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Garden Dreams (GN)
Title: Garden Dreams
Distributor: Digital Manga Publishing
Release date: 2007-10-24
Suggested retail price: $12.95
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1569707634 1569707634
ISBN-13: 9781569707630 9781569707630
In the age of Victorian England, Falhaat decides to leave his future up to the fates and journeys to the western country together with a bard. At an estate with a strikingly beautiful flower garden, he encounters a baron with soft eyes and a kind heart.
Story and art by Fumi Yoshinaga.
(added on 2007-10-13, modified on 2007-10-13)
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