Review: Emma Bangaihen

Emma Bangaihen (Image grabbed from mydailymanga.com)Emma Bangaihen

Author

Kaoru Mori

Personal Rating

8/10

Personal Opinion

One would expect to see the continuation of the manga Emma from this title. Unfortunately, that’s not the only thing we get from Emma Bangaihen. With Emma Bangaihen, we see other stories before and after the story about Emma.

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Review: Emma

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“I just hate tradition simply for the sake of tradition. That’s just being stubborn.”

Author

Kaoru Mori

Personal Rating

9/10

Personal Opinion

Emma is a story of a maid living in Victorian-era England who falls in love with a man named William Jones. Her encounter with William Jones is a trick of the fate. Nevertheless, it was love at first sight. Both Emma and William Jones loved each other. However, their different social background got in the way. The Jones family does not allow William to love a mere maid.

A typical love story might not be interesting, but it’s not the romance that interests me. The thing that made me eagerly read this manga is the fact that the story took place during the Victorian-era where lower class people are not entitled to associate with upper class people. How will Emma and William struggle to unite their love?

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