FRIEND OR FOE?Sociable Chocolat and shy Vanilla were best friends until a cutthroat contest to determine who would be the next Queen of the Magical World ended it all. Since Vanilla has come out of her shell and embraced the Dark Magic of the Ogres, she’s now the enemy of all witches, especially Chocolat. And the Ogres are making their move, crashing a magic festival and cFRIEND OR FOE?Sociable Chocolat and shy Vanilla were best friends until a cutthroat contest to determine who would be the next Queen of the Magical World ended it all. Since Vanilla has come out of her shell and embraced the Dark Magic of the Ogres, she’s now the enemy of all witches, especially Chocolat. And the Ogres are making their move, crashing a magic festival and casting a dark spell on Chocolat’s school. And though Vanilla has teamed up with the evil Ogre Pierre, Chocolat can’t seem to get the boy out of her mind. How can Chocolat win the competition when she has a crush on an Ogre and still hopes to save her rival, Vanilla?...
|Title||:||Sugar Sugar Rune, Volume 4|
|Number of Pages||:||192 Pages|
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Sugar Sugar Rune, Volume 4 Reviews
Fourth volume out of eight: 2.5 starsThis is getting worst and I don't know who to blame.The first part was boring and useless; the second part was pure childish and annoying.Overall, I cringed a lot.
I love to read books for people of all ages. But there is something about this series that I just don't like very much. Maybe it's because the story revolves around kids that are in fourth grade and they are all falling in love with each other. Look, I know kids are growing up a little faster these days then they did when I went to elementary school, but kids generally are not dating in fourth grade. I should know, I was an elementary school teacher for a while and still work in the school system. Boys are really only interested in video games at that age, not yucky girls. The other issue I have is with the artwork. I guess I don't like it very much. So many of the panels are cluttered, which causes me not to really look at them very intently. My daughter tried to read this series when she was 12-years old and didn't like it at all. She also didn't like the way the artist drew the eyes, which is way too big, in both of our opinions. Sugar Sugar Rune: Volume 4 continues the story about two girls vying to be the next Queen of the Magical World. It is funny how Vanilla has become the evil one now and Chocolat is the nice one. The artwork, like mentioned above, is cluttered and funky. It is not even close to what I like looking at. The story is hokey and a little scattered, but can easily be followed. Overall, Sugar Sugar Rune: Volume 4 is not bad, but I sure wish it was a lot better. Maybe things will be different in Sugar Sugar Rune: Volume 5. I can only hope so, but I doubt it.I rated this book a 6½ out of 10.
It is a great book to read
This is a fun little series. Except that it always makes me hungry when I read it. I mean the lead characters are named Chocolat and Vanilla and the often do spells involving candy and food. This is really problematic since I read manga right before bed to wind down. But I don't the average kid reader would have the same problem.
I didn't like v.4 quite as much as the other volumes in this series because the "plot thickens" in a fairly predictable and cliche way. Vanilla "turns evil" and the "ogres have their day". *shrugs* Otherwise the volume was quite wonderful.
I'm really curious to see how this series ends. I can't even predict it because when I think one thing, something happens to change my mind. 4 volumes to go and to find out what will happen for our two little witches!
read it loooooooooong ago. when i was in my 'manga phase' xD