乙嫁語り 6 (A Bride's Story #6)

乙嫁語り 6 (A Bride's Story #6)

La vida transcurre plcidamente para Amira y Karluk, pero la familia Hergal no lo est pasando tan bien:se les echa encima el invierno y necesitan nuevas tierras de pastura, por lo que se alan con otra tribu sedienta de sangre con la intencin de matar dos pjaros de un tiro: arrebatarles sus tierras y recuperar a Amira....

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Title:乙嫁語り 6 (A Bride's Story #6)
Author:Kaoru Mori
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:乙嫁語り 6
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Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:200 pages pages

乙嫁語り 6 (A Bride's Story #6) Reviews

  • Winna
    Feb 01, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

  • David Schaafsma
    Jun 07, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

  • Julie
    Jan 03, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

  • Michael
    Nov 19, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

  • Ruth
    May 30, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

    Amiran heimo, Hargalit, ovat tiukilla. Hevoset tarvitsevat lis laidunmaata ja koko heimon eloonjminen riippuu siit. Armottomat Hargalit liittoutuvat venlisilt aseita hankkineiden Badanien kanssa ja hykkvt Amiran kotikaupunkiin anastaakseen Amiran takaisin ja ott...

    In Summary The Halgal plot another attack on Karluk?s village. This time it?s not about seizing a bride but taking everything. Amir?s older brother is the star of this volume, a stunning contrast to his seemingly deranged father. If you?ve wanted to see the strength of a nom...

    BRIDE'S STORY IS SO GOOD ;_; ...

    After several volumes of slice-of-life vignettes, volume six of A Bride's Story starts with more of the same by checking in with Karluk and Amir, before turning into a huge action set-piece involving the return of Amir's family. It's been more than a year since I last dropped in on ...

    With volume 6 Mori's beautiful tale returns to the original "bride" of the series, Amir. With just a few deft strokes, we're able to see how the relationship between Amir and Karluk has grown--and the areas where perhaps they're still stuck a bit due to Karluk's youth. From height mark...

  • Selvianty Selvianty
    Oct 24, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

  • Kaion
    Feb 07, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

    Amiran heimo, Hargalit, ovat tiukilla. Hevoset tarvitsevat lis laidunmaata ja koko heimon eloonjminen riippuu siit. Armottomat Hargalit liittoutuvat venlisilt aseita hankkineiden Badanien kanssa ja hykkvt Amiran kotikaupunkiin anastaakseen Amiran takaisin ja ott...

    In Summary The Halgal plot another attack on Karluk?s village. This time it?s not about seizing a bride but taking everything. Amir?s older brother is the star of this volume, a stunning contrast to his seemingly deranged father. If you?ve wanted to see the strength of a nom...

    BRIDE'S STORY IS SO GOOD ;_; ...

    After several volumes of slice-of-life vignettes, volume six of A Bride's Story starts with more of the same by checking in with Karluk and Amir, before turning into a huge action set-piece involving the return of Amir's family. It's been more than a year since I last dropped in on ...

  • Laura
    Jan 08, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

    Amiran heimo, Hargalit, ovat tiukilla. Hevoset tarvitsevat lis laidunmaata ja koko heimon eloonjminen riippuu siit. Armottomat Hargalit liittoutuvat venlisilt aseita hankkineiden Badanien kanssa ja hykkvt Amiran kotikaupunkiin anastaakseen Amiran takaisin ja ott...

    In Summary The Halgal plot another attack on Karluk?s village. This time it?s not about seizing a bride but taking everything. Amir?s older brother is the star of this volume, a stunning contrast to his seemingly deranged father. If you?ve wanted to see the strength of a nom...

    BRIDE'S STORY IS SO GOOD ;_; ...

    After several volumes of slice-of-life vignettes, volume six of A Bride's Story starts with more of the same by checking in with Karluk and Amir, before turning into a huge action set-piece involving the return of Amir's family. It's been more than a year since I last dropped in on ...

    With volume 6 Mori's beautiful tale returns to the original "bride" of the series, Amir. With just a few deft strokes, we're able to see how the relationship between Amir and Karluk has grown--and the areas where perhaps they're still stuck a bit due to Karluk's youth. From height mark...

    Welcome back to A Bride's Story by Kaoru Mori. After such sad tales involving Amir, Talas (oh God Talas), and some other unfortunate brides, you'd think this author would continue in the happy vein of the twin brides Laila and Leily, because that story was almost unbearably cute! Of co...

  • Sesana
    Jan 29, 2014

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

  • Kathleen
    Jul 04, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

  • Sarah - Exploring All Genres
    Jul 06, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

  • S.Q. Eries
    Oct 28, 2014

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

    Amiran heimo, Hargalit, ovat tiukilla. Hevoset tarvitsevat lis laidunmaata ja koko heimon eloonjminen riippuu siit. Armottomat Hargalit liittoutuvat venlisilt aseita hankkineiden Badanien kanssa ja hykkvt Amiran kotikaupunkiin anastaakseen Amiran takaisin ja ott...

    In Summary The Halgal plot another attack on Karluk?s village. This time it?s not about seizing a bride but taking everything. Amir?s older brother is the star of this volume, a stunning contrast to his seemingly deranged father. If you?ve wanted to see the strength of a nom...

  • Pamela
    Aug 20, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

  • Mike
    May 24, 2014

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

    Amiran heimo, Hargalit, ovat tiukilla. Hevoset tarvitsevat lis laidunmaata ja koko heimon eloonjminen riippuu siit. Armottomat Hargalit liittoutuvat venlisilt aseita hankkineiden Badanien kanssa ja hykkvt Amiran kotikaupunkiin anastaakseen Amiran takaisin ja ott...

    In Summary The Halgal plot another attack on Karluk?s village. This time it?s not about seizing a bride but taking everything. Amir?s older brother is the star of this volume, a stunning contrast to his seemingly deranged father. If you?ve wanted to see the strength of a nom...

    BRIDE'S STORY IS SO GOOD ;_; ...

    After several volumes of slice-of-life vignettes, volume six of A Bride's Story starts with more of the same by checking in with Karluk and Amir, before turning into a huge action set-piece involving the return of Amir's family. It's been more than a year since I last dropped in on ...

    With volume 6 Mori's beautiful tale returns to the original "bride" of the series, Amir. With just a few deft strokes, we're able to see how the relationship between Amir and Karluk has grown--and the areas where perhaps they're still stuck a bit due to Karluk's youth. From height mark...

    Welcome back to A Bride's Story by Kaoru Mori. After such sad tales involving Amir, Talas (oh God Talas), and some other unfortunate brides, you'd think this author would continue in the happy vein of the twin brides Laila and Leily, because that story was almost unbearably cute! Of co...

    Nice to see a full return to the main characters of this story, though now I want to find out what happens to the traveling doctor and if he ever manages to meet up with that woman he fell in love with. This volume was a bit more action and violence intensive than is normal for the ser...

    While A Bride's Story is a slice of life manga, this volume directly builds off of events and characters from earlier in the series. Much better to start reading with volume 1. ** This review contains mild spoilers. ** After an opening chapter featuring the differing ways Amir an...

  • Hannah
    Dec 18, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

  • Lizzie Darcy
    Oct 01, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

  • Rahmah
    Oct 08, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

  • Heidi Burkhart
    Sep 18, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

  • Travis Mueller
    Feb 15, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

    Amiran heimo, Hargalit, ovat tiukilla. Hevoset tarvitsevat lis laidunmaata ja koko heimon eloonjminen riippuu siit. Armottomat Hargalit liittoutuvat venlisilt aseita hankkineiden Badanien kanssa ja hykkvt Amiran kotikaupunkiin anastaakseen Amiran takaisin ja ott...

    In Summary The Halgal plot another attack on Karluk?s village. This time it?s not about seizing a bride but taking everything. Amir?s older brother is the star of this volume, a stunning contrast to his seemingly deranged father. If you?ve wanted to see the strength of a nom...

    BRIDE'S STORY IS SO GOOD ;_; ...

    After several volumes of slice-of-life vignettes, volume six of A Bride's Story starts with more of the same by checking in with Karluk and Amir, before turning into a huge action set-piece involving the return of Amir's family. It's been more than a year since I last dropped in on ...

    With volume 6 Mori's beautiful tale returns to the original "bride" of the series, Amir. With just a few deft strokes, we're able to see how the relationship between Amir and Karluk has grown--and the areas where perhaps they're still stuck a bit due to Karluk's youth. From height mark...

    Welcome back to A Bride's Story by Kaoru Mori. After such sad tales involving Amir, Talas (oh God Talas), and some other unfortunate brides, you'd think this author would continue in the happy vein of the twin brides Laila and Leily, because that story was almost unbearably cute! Of co...

    Nice to see a full return to the main characters of this story, though now I want to find out what happens to the traveling doctor and if he ever manages to meet up with that woman he fell in love with. This volume was a bit more action and violence intensive than is normal for the ser...

  • Amy
    Feb 03, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

  • Kimi
    Feb 25, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

    Amiran heimo, Hargalit, ovat tiukilla. Hevoset tarvitsevat lis laidunmaata ja koko heimon eloonjminen riippuu siit. Armottomat Hargalit liittoutuvat venlisilt aseita hankkineiden Badanien kanssa ja hykkvt Amiran kotikaupunkiin anastaakseen Amiran takaisin ja ott...

    In Summary The Halgal plot another attack on Karluk?s village. This time it?s not about seizing a bride but taking everything. Amir?s older brother is the star of this volume, a stunning contrast to his seemingly deranged father. If you?ve wanted to see the strength of a nom...

    BRIDE'S STORY IS SO GOOD ;_; ...

  • Veronica
    May 11, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    Aug 25, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

  • Majo
    Apr 20, 2015

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

  • Dbgirl
    Dec 30, 2016

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

  • Gabriela Paige
    Jul 09, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

  • Jenni Joru
    Sep 27, 2016

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

    Amiran heimo, Hargalit, ovat tiukilla. Hevoset tarvitsevat lis laidunmaata ja koko heimon eloonjminen riippuu siit. Armottomat Hargalit liittoutuvat venlisilt aseita hankkineiden Badanien kanssa ja hykkvt Amiran kotikaupunkiin anastaakseen Amiran takaisin ja ott...

  • Laura
    Dec 14, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...

    I'm glad Kaoru Mori tells about Amira and her villagers again. I just didn't like the war situation here because it doesn't interest me, especially because it was hard to "read" the action scenes because everything is looking so messy. Storywise I can understand why there was a war and...

    I'm so deg-degan read this vol. >< Suwerr deh, keren penggambaran perang, kuda, dan Azernya hiyahahaha XD Kayaknya Azer emang udah merestui hubugan Amira dan Karluk. Buktinya dia mau nolongin Karluk yg diserang sama bapaknya *tapi kalah cepat sama Amira*. Kasihan juga sih ayahn...

    4.5 stars ...

    AZEL! dang how did she draw so beautifully. More conflict for Amir here ...

    It was nice catching up, but it seemed like another story. Nothing new happened. ...

    Actual rating: 4.5 ...

    Good volume. ...

    Bit of a change in tone, but I enjoyed return of focus to Amir and her family. ...

    THAT WAS SO INTENSE. I love too many characters. Those fight scenes though! ...

    Shit got real in this volume. Still gorgeous historical drama in painstaking detail, now with tonnes more gundpowder! Love it. ...

  • Brie
    Nov 30, 2016

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

  • Jennifer
    Sep 18, 2017

    Returning to Amir was a good choice. She's definitely my favorite of the brides, and her story is the most interesting to me. This volume brings up the conflict with her family again, and quite possibly settles it. There's a rather unusual amount of action, much more than I would have ...

    After a very long series of segues during Mr. Smith's travels, the story focus finally returns to Amir and Karluk. I was so relieved to see them again! I definitely prefer the stories that focus on their village and extended family. Unfortunately, this is only a brief stop as the ne...

    Back to Amir-Karluk story from volume 2, which is a pretty great story, as Amir takes care of the younger (and still child) Karluk. Meticulously crafted and researched, which is apparently why it takes so long for them to come out compared to other manga. Historical fiction comics at i...

    Another great volume in this series. There was a large battle between clans, which disturbed me, but it really did add to the story and character development. I can hardly wait to read volume 7. The author gave readers a sneak peek of a few characters that she will be weaving back into...

    This is a gorgeous series, full of beautifully rendered textiles and emotions both! It's a great look at a culture hardly recognized in either Japan or America. ...

    Volume 6 shows that Karluk has grown physically in the year he and Amir have been married, but he feels he isn't really taken seriously as a strong husband yet. Since he is so much younger, Amir worries after him, and he just wants to prove his worth as a man. Amir's birth clan has...

    Y volvemos a la accin! En este tomo retomamos al clan Hagal (o Hergal, como diablos sea?) y sus alianza con los Batan. (view spoiler)[ Para conseguir tierras se deciden a atacar la aldea de Karluk. Sus primos, preocupados por ella, le advierten a Amira del peligro, pero ella n...

    This is my favourite volume so far, as it's my favourite couple appearance, Amir and Karluk. I totally fall in love with Azel, he's a nice brother. He seemed to be quite harsh at first, acting upon his father's command, but this volume reveals his soft-side, swoon-worthy. 4 stars! ...

    Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! It's not just that these books are beautiful. It's not just that the romance/relationship stories are so endearing. No, now Kaoru Mori has made me totally love characters I didn't even like before! This volume is partly about Amir's brothers, who are caught in the...

    Me sigue fascinando esta historia y amo cmo dibuja Kaoru Mori! ...

    Seru banget! ...

    Some spoilers. This volume was more action packed than previous volumes. It picks up the story line of Amir's family introduced in vol. 2. There is a great battle between different clans as 2 join forces to try to steal land from another, even though there are married relations bet...