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eBook Moon Boy, Vol. 9 ePub

by YoungYou Lee

  • ISBN: 0316102253
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: YoungYou Lee
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Yen Press (November 30, 2010)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1531 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1951 kb
  • Other: lrf azw mobi rtf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 118

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Moon Boy, Vol. 9 book. One thing that is just absolutely spot on in this volume is the artwork.

Moon Boy, Vol. All this time, Myung-Ee has wanted nothing more than to save Yu-Da. If you look at how she layers out the scene between Hang-Ah (in Chi-In's body) and Yumei, the effect is just striking. The contrast between Hang-Ah at the window and Yumei in bed, how we watch Hang-Ah's back as he talks while Yumei watches him from bed then climbs out of bed slowly - that is how you make a dialogue-heavy scene dramatic.

Other books in this series. YoungYou Lee is a Korean manhwa artist born 11 April 1977 in Seoul, South Korea. She made her comics debut in 1998. She was a popular independent comic book artist before making her debut and still writes indie books under a pseudonym. Her major works include K2 (which made her a name abroad), Spring, Spring, and In the Flower Garden. Her series Priceless was also released in English. 7 Paperback – December 15, 2009. by YoungYou Lee (Creator). Book 7 of 9 in the Moon Boy Series. Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl Read the absorbing new psychological suspense thriller from acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Marisha Pessl. 9 - eBook. But when both she and Yu-Da regain the memories of their past lives, Myung-Ee is suddenly preoccupied with a new conviction to save Hang-Ah! What does this change of heart mean for Yu-Da, her childhood friend, who has the power to do just that with his death?! Find out as Myung-Ee and Yu-Da face off in the intense conclusion to Moon Boy! Moon Boy, Vol.

YoungYou Lee is a Korean manhwa artist born 11 April 1977 in Seoul, South Korea. She was a popular independent comic book artist before making her debut and still writes indie books under a pseudonym

YoungYou Lee is a Korean manhwa artist born 11 April 1977 in Seoul, South Korea. Moon Boy, المجلد 9 Moon Boy.

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Lee Moon Young is an S-Class fighter and second year student at Wild’s High. She is the president of the Boxing club. She is Wild’s Boxing Welterweight Champion and one of the main female protagonists of the series. She is the best friend and confidante of Queen, friendly rival of Dal Dal Choi and coach to Jae Gu Song. Lee Moon Young’s most prominent feature is her pink hair which is kept in a loose, messy bun at the top of her head. She has pink eyes and her body is toned and muscular.

All this time, Myung-Ee has wanted nothing more than to save Yu-Da the Black Rabbit from the horrific fate of being killed and having his immortality-granting liver eaten by Hang-Ah, the leader of the Moon Foxes. But when both she and Yu-Da regain the memories of their past lives, Myung-Ee is suddenly preoccupied with a new conviction to save Hang-Ah! What does this change of heart mean for Yu-Da, her childhood friend, who has the power to do just that with his death?! Find out as Myung-Ee and Yu-Da face off in the intense conclusion to Moon Boy!

Comments

Gaudiker Gaudiker
The ending was very disappointing. It felt rushed and it would have benefited from at least one more book to clear up TONS of issues.

Gave it four stars because I started this series years ago and I'm glad to see it make it to the end (even if the ending was awful).
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i loved the art but the story was a bit confusing, had me re-reading to make sure i was reading it right but other than that it was a sweet story, a bit weak and out of wack but very amazing and sad.

with it being the last vol. i was a bit upset about the ending, it could have been better but even so i was a bit satisfied
Enila Enila
The author managed to end all the story lines. There were some twists but they gave it more of an unfinished feeling, as if she had to end it quickly and needed a way or she couldn't think of a way to end the story in a more natural progression without going "Hey! It's over!". Myung-Ee ends up with Yu-Da of course (still think that was a bad decision) and everyone is supposed to live happily ever after. The last chapter feels rushed, not well thought out, and we should have had at least a couple more pages on the main trio to explain their present/futures. I won't be looking for anything else by this author. There were a few really bright moments in this series but they couldn't make up for the rushed ending or the "twists" that feel more like the author can't flesh out her stories and figure out how to plot them to a satisfying end. So many interesting characters that were jumbled into a ending that had nothing to support it from the rest of the series (first 2/3).
Raniconne Raniconne
Deez nuts,