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Alice the 19th : Inner Heart, Vol 2
Alice the 19th Inner Heart Vol 2
Author: Yu Watase
In this volume, Lotis Master Frei explains the power of the Lotis words to Alice. That's fine, she thinks -- but when he decides he wants to marry her, much to her chagrin -- he tries to seal the deal with a kiss, and Alice is ready to fight. Rabbit-girl Nyozeka sees that Kyou has the potential to become a Lotis Master himself, if only he wo...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781591162292
ISBN-10: 1591162297
Publication Date: 12/31/2003
Pages: 200
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Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Book Type: Paperback
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Cant say Ive had any cute guys come up to me and claim me as their fiancée, but I would probably be a bit wary too. Such happens to Alice right in the hallways of her schooland right in front of her secret love, Kyo. But Frey, the strange marrying guy, has a much deeper purpose and joins Kyo and Alice in their mission to save Alices sister from a strong darkness, bringing to the table a more expanded knowledge about the Lotis Words and the groups destinies as Lotis Masters. The main foe the teens face in Inner Heart isnt very scary (she comes in the form of Oishi, a prissy, stick-up clique chick with a bit of scary on the side), but it does help the group gain a better understanding of how the whole otherworld, darkness-of-heart, kidnapping spirits thing works. Sure, Freys protective presence makes things a bit confusing, but Alices unintended love triangle is an adorable one with, considering theyre illustrated manga characters, two quite hot guys.

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