[PDF / Epub] ✅ More Starlight to Your Heart: Volume 1 By Hiro Matsuba – Thomashillier.co.uk

More Starlight to Your Heart: Volume 1 Akane Is A Charming Young Girl With Two Separate Identities Growing Up As A Princess In The Dainagon Family, She Befriends Aogi, Who, As He Matures, Takes A Position With The Inner Guards At The Imperial Palace, Thus Becoming Unavailable To The Outside World When The Long Lasting Separation From Her Childhood Chum Becomes Unbearable, Akane Must Assume A Second Persona, That Of A Servant Of The Imperial Palace But Entering The Gates Of The Castle Doesn T Get Her Any Closer To Aogi, And Soon, These Star Crossed Lovers Are Breaking All The Rules For That Sweet Reunion They Both Crave


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10 thoughts on “More Starlight to Your Heart: Volume 1

  1. says:

    This was a fluffy book with a few serious elements For a first book in the series, it doesn t really give a lot of information of how the main character got to this point and you have to infer throughout it I wish that it was actually book two instead of one Then it would makesense The story was basically a collection of short stories There were three main stories with a bitcharacter development It didn t seem like there was an overall plot except for the romance The first s This was a fluffy book with a few serious elements For a first book in the series, it doesn t really give a lot of information of how the main character got to this point and you have to infer throughout it I wish that it was actually book two instead of one Then it would makesense The story was basically a collection of short stories There were three main stories with a bitcharacter development It didn t seem like there was an overall plot except for the romance The first story was pretty Wild It wasn t my favorite It started us off though, which was what it was supposed to do The second story was the shortest and tied into the third It was ok Seemed really pointless, though The third story was pretty frustrating Aogi wasn t being smart but he finally figured it out Character wise it was Something The MC Akane wasn t my favorite and was pretty annoying and childish She gets pretty dumb in some spots I know she came from a pretty privileged position but really Anyways, the male lead Aogi was pretty cool and as usual my favorite character The fellow soldiers and maids were funny and quite useful for the plot Akane s brother was my second favorite character and so logical compared to her The cat was a major character too I hated that thing The art was pretty typical of late 90s and early 00 s Some of the angles of scenes were drawn not quite right and I don t like some aspects but I can stand it They really forced the star thing though It didn t seem natural to say in any instance where they did


  2. says:

    Cute little series Akane and Aogi are such a cute couple, and Akane s blunderings make this series giggle worthy Surprisingly, I liked the supporting characters just as much as the main ones I really enjoyed the lighthearted tone of the whole book What I hate is that there are only two books available in the US This is a series I would definitely wantof.


  3. says:

    I found the protagonist bland and one dimensional and the plot too typical to be special I liked the historical aspect and the artwork, but the story is very basic with nothing I found interesting.


  4. says:

    Really Cute


  5. says:

    Very cute


  6. says:

    Volumes One and Two of More Starlight to Your Heart were available through a book fair at my middle school, and this was one of the first manga series I read The artwork is very cutesy and beautiful, but the story line was a little hard to follow I had some trouble telling the characters apart, given their similar outfits but maybe that s because I was new to manga I thought Akane was simply too childish and Kasuga too evil they didn t strike me as real people, but caricatures instead.I Volumes One and Two of More Starlight to Your Heart were available through a book fair at my middle school, and this was one of the first manga series I read The artwork is very cutesy and beautiful, but the story line was a little hard to follow I had some trouble telling the characters apart, given their similar outfits but maybe that s because I was new to manga I thought Akane was simply too childish and Kasuga too evil they didn t strike me as real people, but caricatures instead.I was big into astronomy when I read this, so I liked the title as well as all of the starry things Kakyu had to say It was a cute read, but overall too fluffy and childish for me to fall in love with it In fact, I didn t even know that ADV stopped producing it since I never went looking for subsequent volumes


  7. says:

    well, i like how Akane is sort of childish and is adorable but what really surprised me was that one of minor captain aogis friends or aquaintances was actually Akanes older brother well, i like how Akane is sort of childish and is adorable but what really surprised me was that one of minor captain aogis friends or aquaintances was actually Akanes older brother


  8. says:

    I loved this It s a shame I read this out of order, and that it is basically an incomplete series It is just too cute to not have a real ending Okay, a translated ending Only two volumes is not enough


  9. says:

    cute historical sort of manga Akane pretends to be her mother s servant in order to stay the inner court where her childhood friend is a guard Has some cute moments By the end of the volume I wanted the next one Too bad it s a series that was never finished here in the US


  10. says:

    It s really cute It s a short, innocent romance from the Japanese Middle Ages.


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