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Peach Girl: Sae's Story Volume 1 (Peach Girl (Graphic Novels)) ebook

by Miwa Ueda


Book 1 of 3 in the Peach Girl: Sae's Story Series. Also each volume has a bonus story in it, the extra in volume one and two are Peach Girl related, the third volume has an extra story that is unrelated to the Peach girl series, but its good. 3 people found this helpful.

Book 1 of 3 in the Peach Girl: Sae's Story Series.

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The Peach Girl saga continues! . The Peach Girl saga continues! A good man is hard to find, especially when you're someone like Sae, who seeks out a guy who will cater to her every whim.

The Peach Girl saga continues! A good man is hard to find, especially when you're someone like Sae, who seeks out a guy who will cater to her every whim. When Sae becomes extremely jealous after seeing how "friendly" Kanji and Ai have become, she conjure. When Sae becomes extremely jealous after seeing how "friendly" Kanji and Ai have become, she conjures up a plan to make sure Ai is never happy again!

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The chapters of Peach Girl are written and illustrated by Miwa Ueda. Currently the series is out-of-print. Peach Girl: Change of Heart. Peach Girl: Sae's Story. Peach Girl ({{{type}}}) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia. 4. Peach Girl: Sae's Story Volume 2.

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Kairi and Momo are off to college, leaving Sae lonely while she repeats her last year of high school, but her mind is still not on her studies when she becomes jealous of others and tries to find her own perfect boyfriend.
Cerekelv
After I finished Peach Girl and Peach Girl Change of Heart I craved more. I thought that was the end of the story, but I looked around on Amazon and found to my pleasure that I was wrong. So I had to order this and the other volumes. The continuation of the story is great and does get a bit more adult, but that was fine with me. If you liked (loved) Peach Girl stories, you'll want to read this. Sae is naughtier than ever. Just so you know, as the name suggests this focus mainly on Sae but, Momo is in each volume. Also each volume has a bonus story in it, the extra in volume one and two are Peach Girl related, the third volume has an extra story that is unrelated to the Peach girl series, but its good.
Opimath
I love 'Peach Girl', which 'Sae's Story' is a spin-off of. It has some content which is not appropriate for the younger audience. When I say that, it doesn't show stuff; but rather, sexy scenes happen.

If you don't mind the ungraphic sexual scenarios, this is a great book for your daughter and or manga enthusiast.
Nalaylewe
I love the Peach Girl series and only recently found out about Sae's story. I found this manga to be hard to put down because I can relate to Sae's feelings. I recommend to any Peach girl fan.
Tiainar
I just finished this series and Sae is actually really pretty cool.
Although the ending of the series was too sudden and it didn't show much of Toji, the story definitely got good esp. on the third book!
I don't want to spoil it, but this story almost made me cry...just like the ending to the original Peach Girl (but a different ending) >o<
It's really good, so you should read it...even if you hate Sae. :)
Āłł_Ÿøūrš
~2.5-3/5

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

I don’t really know what to think of this.

I’ve never been a fan of Sae. She’s kind of a horrible person, even if she got a little better by the end of Peach Girl. Especially since she doesn’t seem all that better in this book. I still kind of hate her. And I think my biggest problem with growing out of that, growing to even like her a little, is that there isn’t enough development. Her story, her background and reasons, have to be extremely believable for me to get into it, and it just isn’t.

I mean, so far we’ve got that her home life as a kid wasn’t good, and she got close to this boy, but then he moved and now he’s back in town, but she doesn’t want that back in her life. And I was ready, and hopeful, to buy her back-story and reason for how she turned out this way. But I just don’t buy it. There just isn’t enough depth for me.

I did like seeing Momo and Kiley again, as they’re great. I also did like the boy from Sae’s past, even though I have a hard time believing that Sae is worthy of him or that he can actually help her be better.

I just don’t buy Sae’s reasons or that she actually will ever want to be a better person.

So I don’t know if I’m going to pick up the other books in this series. There are only two, but I just might dislike Sae too much to be interested, especially since I don’t think there will be enough development by the end of the series. But I might, since there are only two books. I don’t know yet.
Peach Girl: Sae's Story Volume 1 (Peach Girl (Graphic Novels)) ebook
Author:
Miwa Ueda
Category:
Manga
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Publisher:
TokyoPop (August 8, 2006)
Pages:
216 pages
Rating:
4.9
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