March Story, Vol. 1 Paperback – Oct 19 2010
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March Story, Vol. 1
Top Customer Reviews
This story tells the tale of March, and how tragedy can strike because of chance. Many of the episodes illustrate how any intention, when sparked by contact with an "ill" may be unfortunate and tragic. The series illustrates the protagonist, March, beautifully. On a journey to defeat March's own "ill" and learning along the way.
I'd recommend this to readers interested in a darker tale, with gorgeous art.
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For those who have read Natsume Yuujinchou (Natsume's Book of Friends) or D.Gray-Man and enjoyed those series will probably also enjoy March Story. Do take note of the 'explicit content' sticker, as there are some more adult themes and images in the manga.
I eagerly await the second volume's release!
The story was interesting enough to get me to keep turning the pages and wanting to read more. It was predictable in some aspects where others caught me by surprise. I'm usually good at figuring everything out! You should give this story a shot, I do not think that you will regret it.
March Story is at times tragic, and other times funny, but regardless of the outcome you can't help but feel connected to the characters. They feel very 3dimensional and thought-through. And although sometimes predictable the stories are catching and thought-provoking.
the story although still shrouded in mystery,
seems promising so far, and the characters are
interesting. If you're into gothic type stories,
(black butler/vampire knight) this would be a good read.