A Bride's Story, Vol. 5

A Bride's Story, Vol. 5

Acclaimed creator Kaoru Mori's tale of life on the nineteenth-century Silk Road takes on an air of celebration as, at long last, Laila and Leily's wedding day arrives! But the marriage ceremony may be even more taxing for the girls than their search for a pair of grooms. Sitting still and silent as their guests celebrate and eat is a trial that will push the girls' patienc Acclaimed creator Kaoru Mori's tale of life on the nineteenth-century Silk Road takes on an air of celebration as, at lon...

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Title:A Bride's Story, Vol. 5
Author:Kaoru Mori
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:乙嫁語り 5
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:199 pages pages

A Bride's Story, Vol. 5 Reviews

  • Elizabeth (Miss Eliza)
    Dec 11, 2013

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

  • David Schaafsma
    Jun 02, 2015

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

  • Julie
    Apr 09, 2014

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

  • Sarah Evans
    Feb 05, 2018

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

    Such detailed illustrations and excellent research goes into the series. ...

  • Selvianty Selvianty
    Oct 24, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

    Such detailed illustrations and excellent research goes into the series. ...

    Bueno, a pesar de que este y el tomo anterior fue exclusivamente relleno, fue realmente interesante y divertido :) ...

    Maish soal si kembar, ga bisa diem tu anak LOL gregetan liatnya ...

  • Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)
    Sep 03, 2018

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

  • Elizabeth A
    Nov 03, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

  • Selena
    May 04, 2013

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

  • Ashur
    Nov 18, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

    Such detailed illustrations and excellent research goes into the series. ...

    Bueno, a pesar de que este y el tomo anterior fue exclusivamente relleno, fue realmente interesante y divertido :) ...

    Maish soal si kembar, ga bisa diem tu anak LOL gregetan liatnya ...

    That was beautiful! So much historic influence involved. I love it! ...

    Blazing through this series! It's gorgeous and has plov. ...

  • Sesana
    Aug 13, 2013

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

  • Melumebelle
    Jul 17, 2018

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

  • fonz
    Oct 26, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

  • Mike
    Jul 23, 2013

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

    Such detailed illustrations and excellent research goes into the series. ...

    Bueno, a pesar de que este y el tomo anterior fue exclusivamente relleno, fue realmente interesante y divertido :) ...

    Maish soal si kembar, ga bisa diem tu anak LOL gregetan liatnya ...

    That was beautiful! So much historic influence involved. I love it! ...

    Blazing through this series! It's gorgeous and has plov. ...

    Another really good volume. The characters I kind of like and love that art style. ...

    Viidenness osassa seurataan perusteellisesti riehakkaiden kaksostyttjen Leylan ja Leylin hit. Pikkutarinassa maailman coolein mummo ratsastaa vuohella ja Amira lyt arolta haavoittuneen metsstyshaukan. ...

    While A Bride's Story is a slice of life manga and these chapters would stand reasonably well on their own, they do continue directly from volume 4 and feature characters introduced throughout the series. I would recommend starting at the beginning. ** This review contains mild spoi...

  • Mandy
    Jun 09, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

  • Rahmah
    Oct 08, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

  • Diana
    Jul 08, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

  • Arsenic
    Jul 08, 2018

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

  • Heidi Burkhart
    Aug 12, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

  • Berber
    Mar 01, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

  • Emily
    Aug 31, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    Aug 24, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

    Such detailed illustrations and excellent research goes into the series. ...

    Bueno, a pesar de que este y el tomo anterior fue exclusivamente relleno, fue realmente interesante y divertido :) ...

    Maish soal si kembar, ga bisa diem tu anak LOL gregetan liatnya ...

    That was beautiful! So much historic influence involved. I love it! ...

    Blazing through this series! It's gorgeous and has plov. ...

    Another really good volume. The characters I kind of like and love that art style. ...

  • Majo
    Apr 20, 2015

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

  • Anniken Haga
    Jul 08, 2018

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

  • Gabriela Paige
    Jul 08, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

    Such detailed illustrations and excellent research goes into the series. ...

    Bueno, a pesar de que este y el tomo anterior fue exclusivamente relleno, fue realmente interesante y divertido :) ...

    Maish soal si kembar, ga bisa diem tu anak LOL gregetan liatnya ...

    That was beautiful! So much historic influence involved. I love it! ...

  • Jenni Joru
    Sep 27, 2016

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

    Such detailed illustrations and excellent research goes into the series. ...

    Bueno, a pesar de que este y el tomo anterior fue exclusivamente relleno, fue realmente interesante y divertido :) ...

    Maish soal si kembar, ga bisa diem tu anak LOL gregetan liatnya ...

    That was beautiful! So much historic influence involved. I love it! ...

    Blazing through this series! It's gorgeous and has plov. ...

    Another really good volume. The characters I kind of like and love that art style. ...

    Viidenness osassa seurataan perusteellisesti riehakkaiden kaksostyttjen Leylan ja Leylin hit. Pikkutarinassa maailman coolein mummo ratsastaa vuohella ja Amira lyt arolta haavoittuneen metsstyshaukan. ...

  • Laura
    Dec 06, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

  • Brie
    Nov 30, 2016

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

  • Jennifer
    Sep 16, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

  • Natalia
    Jul 20, 2018

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...

    This volume lost a lot of the original spark, for me. The first half was about the twins and their marriages, and the second half, when it returned to Karluk and Amir, was extremely disjointed, as though the author had run out of ideas. There was even a section where Amir listed off wh...

    Les dessins sont toujours un super niveau. Le mariage des jumelles tait intressants mais elles sont trop expansives mon got, je prfre la famille de Karluk. L'histoire avec le faucon tait sympa. Un solide 3.5 toiles pr ce tome. :) ...

    Lanjutan dari kisah pernikahan Layla dan Leyli. Beneran kocak banget 2 orang kembar ini. Nggak bisa diam, suka nyuruh-nyuruh Sam dan Sami, tapi malah suka sama mereka hahahaha XD Semoga aja di vol. lain mereka ada lagi :) ...

    Me encant la historia de estas gemelas. Realmente este es un manga nico, totalmente recomendado a aquellos que busquen algo distinto, refrescante y pasado, rico en escenarios, cultura y diversidad. Love it! ...

    Continued gorgeousness. Historical fluff depicted with stunning detail and gleeful humor. Love it. Kaoru Mori is a master. ...

    I love this series!!! It's slow but awesome!!! ...

    Such detailed illustrations and excellent research goes into the series. ...

    Bueno, a pesar de que este y el tomo anterior fue exclusivamente relleno, fue realmente interesante y divertido :) ...

  • Monrucha▪♡▪
    Nov 30, 2017

    4.25 stars Most of this volume centers around the twins' wedding. They are, of course, their usual impulsive, self-indulgent selves, and I felt bad for Sarm and Sami. I don't think the boys are going to know what hit them as they are ordered through life by their new demanding bride...

    We continue this series with a much anticipated wedding. The twins are finally getting hitched. I continue to love the historical setting, and the art is astoundingly good; the pen and ink details showcases the talents of a master craftswoman. I really loved getting an insider look at ...

    For me, the absolute best part of this volume was knowing that we were probably seeing the back of Laila and Leily. Sorry, but shout-y characters just annoy me. I loved that this time, we got a much more in-depth view of a central Asian wedding ceremony of the time. It looks like we're...

    I really liked the wedding of the twins, it was so sweet. Also, I know I've mentioned this before, but once in awhile I feel lost because I don't remember every single detail from each volume, but not this one! It was very well self contained but still with continuing story arcs. Also,...

    Laila and Leily's nineteenth century Silk Road wedding day arrives, painstakingly rendered with carefully researched historical detail by Mori, so there's festivities as one might expect, and this is something readers have been waiting for, but there is this darker aspect of it that Mo...

    Another wonderful volume in this series! I loved the twins and their storyline, so I hope we get to see them again. It was nice too seeing Amir again. My favorite chapter was the small side-story about Amir?s grandmother being the queen of the mountain. Beautiful art, a relaxed p...

    "And they lived happily ever after". Wow that's about the cheapest trick in the book for a writer. ...

    So entertaining! ...

    Volume 5 completes the twins' story with their wedding reception. It's nice to see them get excited about their wedding, and grow more comfortable and fond of the brothers, their husbands. With the twins done, the story goes back to Amir and Karluk, beginning with a sort of day-in-...

    Estuvo muy interesante que explicara cmo eran las bodas, las preparaciones de las novias, de los novios, de las familias, la dote? Pero, Laila y Leily se me hicieron pesadas en estos captulos (view spoiler)[ se portaron de una manera muy malcriada y egosta, solo pensando en s...

    This volume made me cry multiple times. I feel invested in the story of the twins and their (soon-to-be) husbands. So sweet... And the week-long wedding celebration is really impressive. Again, the clothing by itself is quite the feat of detailed drawing. Also, Amir is still awesome...

    I always love Kaoru Mori's art so much. Seeing her drawing of the twins' wedding was breathtaking. And had enough of her quirky humor to make the art just come to life. ...

    En estos dos ltimos tomos se lleva el concepto "historias de relleno" a un nuevo nivel. Nada menos que casi dos volmenes dedicados a la subtrama de una subtrama, la del antroplogo ingls que, de regreso a Ankara, se encuentra por el camino con dos gemelas que parecen salidas de ...

    This volume chronicles the twins' (Laila and Leily's) double wedding. Their hilarious antics (including ditching part of their wedding activities) are hinted at on the book's cover. In spite of their selfish tendencies, they have matched themselves well with supportive husbands. Althou...

    5th book in this manga. I still love the artwork and the general story telling style. I was a little miffed that the twins were the center of half of this book, as I didn't like them much, but we seem to have left them behind and return to Amir and Karluk for a while, which I'm rea...

    Trigger warning : people would are uncomfortable with blood,dead animals and flesh should be cautious with this volume. There was food preparation for the wedding celebration and they basiacally slaughtered a whole herd of sheeps and skin as well as butchered them on the pages. Another...