Alice 19th. Volume 1, Lotis master
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San Francisco, CA : Viz Communications, �2003.
180 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 19 cm
Alice was a typical young girl--hopelessly in love and bored, until she follows a magical rabbit that literally changes the course of her life. Alice Seno seems like a normal girl in high school. She's a bit shy, she has a crush on a boy name Kyo, and she has a pretty older sister, Mayura, who is more popular than she is - especially with Kyou. Pretty normal stuff, until one day when, walking down the street, Alice hears strange voices instructing her to save a rabbit from being run over by a car. Alice's brave act almost costs her her life, but the handsome Kyo saves her. Meanwhile, it seems the rabbit is no ordinary bunny, but a magical entity with great powers. Before she can figure out what's going on, the rabbit vanishes, only to reappear as a beam of light with a strange message just for Alice.
Translated from the Japanese.
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Watase, Y. (2003). Alice 19th . Viz Communications.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
Watase, Y�u. 2003. Alice 19th. San Francisco, CA: Viz Communications.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
Watase, Y�u. Alice 19th San Francisco, CA: Viz Communications, 2003.MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)
Watase, Y�u. Alice 19th Viz Communications, 2003.
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