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A Bride's Story, Volume 6

by Kaoru Mori

Series: A Bride's Story (Volume 6)

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Acclaimed creator Kaoru Mori's tale of life on the nineteenth-century Silk Road heads back to Amir and Karluk. In the year since his marriage, Karluk has grown a good deal, but Amir can't help but feel overprotective of her much younger husband. Karluk wants nothing more than to prove that he can be a strong and competent man--and he may soon have the opportunity to prove just that. Desperate for land to feed their flocks, Amir's former tribe prepares to attack her village with a fearsome arsenal of cannons and guns provided by their new allies. This time the Halgals are not interested in capturing Amir--no one is safe from their terrible assault! Crafted in painstaking detail, Ms. Mori's pen breathes life into the scenery and architecture of the period in this heart-warming, slice-of-life tale that is at once wholly exotic, yet familiar and accessible through the everyday lives of the characters she has created.… (more)

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Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ( )
  emeraldreverie | Nov 15, 2018 |
This series continues to amaze. Another great chapter with Amir and her child groom Karluk, featuring plenty of action. Katniss Everdeen has nothing on Amir, especially when it comes to archery. ( )
  villemezbrown | Jul 28, 2018 |
Since their wedding, Karluk has grown up a lot, but Amir is still very overprotective of her much younger husband, fearing that he will die and leave her by herself. I really like hanging out with Amir and Karluk and their care for each other is very sweet. I like the descriptions of the culture that Mori provides and her art is wonderful as well. Great series! ( )
  -Eva- | Apr 23, 2016 |
Amir's story continues as warring tribes invade her village to try and take the land. ( )
  lilibrarian | Nov 10, 2014 |
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XIXème siècle, Asie centrale. Le temps a passé depuis qu'Amir Hargal a rejoint la famille de son époux, Karluk Eyhon, et tandis que les poulains deviennent des chevaux, et que les agneaux se couvrent de laine, chacun grandit à son rythme.
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Acclaimed creator Kaoru Mori's tale of life on the nineteenth-century Silk Road heads back to Amir and Karluk. In the year since his marriage, Karluk has grown a good deal, but Amir can't help but feel overprotective of her much younger husband. Karluk wants nothing more than to prove that he can be a strong and competent man--and he may soon have the opportunity to prove just that. Desperate for land to feed their flocks, Amir's former tribe prepares to attack her village with a fearsome arsenal of cannons and guns provided by their new allies. This time the Halgals are not interested in capturing Amir--no one is safe from their terrible assault! Crafted in painstaking detail, Ms. Mori's pen breathes life into the scenery and architecture of the period in this heart-warming, slice-of-life tale that is at once wholly exotic, yet familiar and accessible through the everyday lives of the characters she has created.

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