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R.O.D: Read or Dream, Volume 4 (R.O.D.: Read Or Dream)

by Hideyuki Kurata

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The first half of this volume is quite heavily concerned with Hisa and Anita, a relationship I've always enjoyed and I appreciate seeing more. We then get to see a slightly altered (from the TV series) origin story for the Paper Sisters and a quick cameo from another beloved ROD universe character. This volume ties up the storylines quite succinctly and ends a fairly good manga series. ( )
  The_Kat_Cache | Jan 24, 2009 |
For love of books or love of money (to buy books), the Paper Sisters will take on any job. But as bodyguards for Hisami, a child-prodigy author, they may have bitten off more than they can chew. When a mysterious love letter gets in the way of Hisami's struggle to write her new novel, Michelle, Maggie and Anita will have to call upon all their paper powers - and the bonds of their sisterhood. We delve deeper into Maggie desire for friendship The more I write about this series the more I remember. Definitely read the series from book one (if you can get through book one) but the story does follow a logical order from book two on.

Also, the sisters' origins are revealed for the first time... and a certain fellow Paper Master makes a special appearance! The only problem with this book is that it ends the series. I had no idea and was shocked and disappointed that the series was over. I also thought that the ending just dropped off with no natural progression which was disappointing. It was as if the writer just got sick of it one day and said, today I will work in the last part of the series. ( )
  librarygoddess2 | Aug 26, 2008 |
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For love of books or love of money (to buy books) the Paper Sisters will take on any job. But as bodyguards for Hisami, a child-prodigy author, they may have bitten off more than they can chew. When a mysterious love letter gets in the way of Hisami's struggle to write her new novel, Michelle, Maggie and Anita will have to call upon all their paper powers and the bonds of their sisterhood.… (more)

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