Arisa 5 by Natsumi AndoArisa 5 by Natsumi Ando

Arisa 5

byNatsumi Ando

Paperback | November 8, 2011

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Tsubasa thinks that her pretty and popular twin sister, Arisa, has the perfect life. Everyone at school loves Arisa-unlike the hot-tempered Tsubasa, whose nickname is “The Demon Princess.” But when Arisa attempts suicide, Tsubasa learns that her seemingly perfect sister has been keeping some dark secrets. Now Tsubasa is going undercover at school - disguised as Arisa - insearch of the truth. But will Arisa’s secrets shatter Tsubasa’s life, too?

THE KING... IS ON MY SIDE NOW

Twin sisters, Arisa and Tsubasa, are separated by their parent's divorce. But after her sister's suicide attempt, Tsubasa is determined to go undercover and unravel the conspiracy behind the elusive King. But, right now, the King's wish granting abilities may have fallen into the wrong hands... and the results may prove to be deadly to Tsubasa and Class 2B!

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Born January 27th in the Aichi prefecture of Japan, NATSUMI ANDO won the prestigious 19th annual Nakayoshi Rookie Award in 1994 for her debut, Headstrong Cinderella. Her other popular series include Zodiac P.I. and Kitchen Princess. Her hobbies include reading, watching movies, and eating delicious food. The author lives in Japan.
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Title:Arisa 5Format:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 7.49 × 4.98 × 0.57 inPublished:November 8, 2011Publisher:Kodansha ComicsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1935429191

ISBN - 13:9781935429197

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"A well done mystery, a sophisticated story wrapped in sweet, sweet shoujo art." -Mangablog.net
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