Sorcerers and Secretaries, by Amy Kim Ganter

sorcererThis was my very first Manga. My son bought it at the library sale last weekend, but it’s rated for 13+ so I decided to read it before letting him have it. And for the record, it certainly is too old for him. He’ll have to wait until the recommended age, I think.

I wasn’t terribly impressed with this book. It was a little too young for my tastes, and I don’t really like Manga art. Not that I’ve yet seen anyway. The story was trite, just a girl who daydreams a lot of fantasy and who is in love with a player but won’t tell him because…well, because he’s a player. This is volume 1 of a series, and I’m not really interested in reading the next edition. I’m sure this would appeal to a younger age, but it didn’t for me. That’s probably just because I’m completely and utterly unfamiliar with Manga. There wasn’t really anything wrong with the book; it just wasn’t my taste.

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