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MeruPuri (eBook 2 of 4)
Volume: eBook 2 / 4
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2012-10-02
Suggested retail price: $4.99
Age rating: 13+
ISBN-10: 1421543850 1421543850
ISBN-13: 9781421543857 9781421543857
After Aram's elder brother Jeile fails to lift the spell on him, Aram is forced to stay with Airi. Meanwhile, an unsuspecting Airi recites Aram's full name in front of the mirror and is magically transported to Astale! But to Airi's dismay, the citizens of Aram's kingdom give her the cold shoulder. What do they know about her secret bloodline...?
(added on 2012-08-31, modified on 2012-08-31)
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