Series: Rosario Vampire - Season II

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Rosario Vampire, Season II, Vol. 1 by Akihisa Ikeda1
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 2 by Akihisa Ikeda2
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 3 by Akihisa Ikeda3
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 4 by Akihisa Ikeda4
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 5 by Akihisa Ikeda5
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 6 by Akihisa Ikeda6
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 7 by Akihisa Ikeda7
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 8: The Secret of the Rosario by Akihisa Ikeda8
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 9 by Akihisa Ikeda9
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 10 by Akihisa Ikeda10
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 11 by Akihisa Ikeda11
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 12 by Akihisa Ikeda12
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 13 by Akihisa Ikeda13
Rosario Vampire: Season II, Vol. 14 by Akihisa IkedaEnd

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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