Dawn of the Arcana

Dawn of the Arcana

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Graphic Novel - 2017 | Shojo Beat edition.
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Princess Nakaba of Senan is forced to marry Prince Caesar of the enemy country Belquat, tantamount to becoming a hostage. While Caesar is pleasing to the eye, he is also selfish and possessive, telling Nakaba outright: 'You are my property.' With only her attendant Loki at her side, Nakaba must find a way to cope with her hostile surroundings, her fake marriage and a mysterious power!
Publisher: San Francisco :, VIZ Media, LLC,, [2017]
©2009
Edition: Shojo Beat edition.
Branch Call Number: YOUNG ADULT GRAPHIC NOVEL
Characteristics: 164 pages :,chiefly illustrations ;,20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Smith, Alexander O.
Notes: Original Japanese edition "Reimei no Arcana" published by Shogakukan, Inc.
Translated from the Japanese.

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Watermelody Dec 02, 2020

Dawn of the Arcana is a beautifully-drawn, well thought-out manga series. Set in a fantasy world where kingdoms are at war, Princess Nakaba is forced to marry Prince Caesar of the opposing kingdom. Having been shunned all her life for her commoner hair, Nakaba has to learn to use her voice (and h... Read More »

Fantasy, forced-marriage & love triangle! When princess Nakaba is bartered away as part of peace negotiations between north and south, she is openly mocked and despised for her 'commoner' red hair. But deep within her lies a power that can make or destroy kingdoms. Prince Caesar is a bit of a... Read More »


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Watermelody Dec 02, 2020

Dawn of the Arcana is a beautifully-drawn, well thought-out manga series. Set in a fantasy world where kingdoms are at war, Princess Nakaba is forced to marry Prince Caesar of the opposing kingdom. Having been shunned all her life for her commoner hair, Nakaba has to learn to use her voice (and her mysterious powers), while Caesar needs to learn to hear her in order for their two countries to heal - despite grave animosity between the two royal families.

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sleepybookworm
Aug 24, 2017

Dawn of the Arcana is a great first manga to start out with.

I'm not normally a fan of manga, but I would like to start to get more into the manga world. Dawn of the Arcana is a great and fast paced read. I really enjoyed the fantasy aspects of the story, and the art was very eye pleasing.

I wish the library had more of the series' volumes!

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ABenoit
Jun 27, 2014

I liked it

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stellam8
Oct 11, 2013

Great series but I renewed the book and still got fined!!!

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peaceismyname101
Mar 28, 2013

A very interesting plot with alot of realism

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Chelseyknipe1
Nov 03, 2012

re-read over and over! Too good :)

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Watermelody Dec 02, 2020

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Apr 27, 2015

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Mar 28, 2013

peaceismyname101 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 20 and 16

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