R.O.D. Read or Dream 1

Three Sisters One Power Michelle is a romantic daydreamer and hardcore book collector Maggie is a soft spoken bookworm who always gets mistaken for a boy Anita is a tomboy who doesn t have time for reading Together, they re the Paper Sisters, three very different siblings united by a strange power Michelle, Maggie and Anita all have the ability to control paper in anThree Sisters One Power Michelle is a romantic daydreamer and hardcore book collector Maggie is a soft spoken bookworm who always gets mistaken for a boy Anita is a tomboy who doesn t have time for reading Together, they re the Paper Sisters, three very different siblings united by a strange power Michelle, Maggie and Anita all have the ability to control paper in any way they desire And from their Hong Kong detective agency, they solve any and all cases involving books
R O D Read or Dream Three Sisters One Power Michelle is a romantic daydreamer and hardcore book collector Maggie is a soft spoken bookworm who always gets mistaken for a boy Anita is a tomboy who doesn t have time for re

  • Title: R.O.D. Read or Dream 1
  • Author: Hideyuki Kurata Hideyuki Kurata Ran Ayanaga 綾永らん
  • ISBN: 9781421505107
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “R.O.D. Read or Dream 1”

    1. This is the first volume in the series featuring the Paper Sisters Detective Company - two women and a young girl who use their incredible paper-manipulation skills (more in the realm of telekinetically created bullet-proof paper walls and other creations than good origami) to help people with their problems. With the exception of the young girl, Anita, who hates reading, the Paper Sisters are book addicts. These are the kind of women who will spend their food budget on books, despite having a p [...]

    2. I was prompted to read it due to a teacher complaint for inappropriateness/full nudity - neither of which I found in the first volume (teacher did not indicate which volume).No language, no sexuality, no nudity, no graphic violence. There is magic of sorts, because the sisters can manipulate paper (like make it become a Godzilla creature to obtain the bad guy). The only thing that could turn some people off is that one of the sisters wears skin tight clothes. Also, another one of the sisters loo [...]

    3. Billed as a followup to the hit series “Read or Die”, the Paper Sisters can also command paper to do their bidding. They are very different types, with Michelle acting as the happy dreamer, perfectly willing to forego food for books. There’s Maggie, the stolid middle sister, a hoyden and a bit of a homebody. And then there’s little Anita. More level headed than either of her older sisters, she doesn’t care for books and is constantly struggling to get her flighty siblings to focus on d [...]

    4. Um, yeah. three sisters have power over paper. this was a freebie book at the library, about girls who like to read (well, 2 out of the 3 do), so I figured why not give the genre another try? meh. I just don't love manga itself, the format, the art. the girls are cute, and I thought Maggie was a sympathetic character, but Anita is bratty (although perhaps with reason) and Michelle is annoying and kind of pointless. The one story arc I was interested in, about the blind girl and Maggie, didn't se [...]

    5. Three sisters have been given the power to control paper. lame right? Wrong its amazing anyways. the three sisters have started a company called Paper sisters detective company. they get hired to do anything with books. they can find them, sell them, get them back for you, and even translate the books. but in this book they get a stolen book back. the middle sister helps a cancers young girl accept the surgery needed and having a crush both ways. the youngest sister finds a monkey for a client. [...]

    6. I adore the animated series and movie of rod, so I squeed when I saw this on the library shelf and made a teenage boy very uncomfortable when I snatched it up in front of his face. Reading it wasn't as satisfying as snatching it off the shelf a few chapters were good, most fell terribly flat, and one was great. sigh. I was so excited to spend some quality time with Anita, Maggie and Michelle! hope the books get better!

    7. I liked this better than the Read or Die manga, but it's very different in style. In Read or Dream we're looking at three sisters with paper powers who run a detective agency. Each chapter is a stand-alone story although there are links between them. This is much more of a humorous manga rather than an adventure manga as Read or Die was. Rated T for teens although there's not much provocative here compared to some other T rated mangas. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.

    8. Cute graphic novel, especially good for librarians and other bibliophilesMichelle, Maggie, and Anita are three sisters. Michelle and Maggie love books and reading. All three can control paper in magical ways to make it do what they want. They have a detective company and solve book-related mysteries.

    9. Is this manga going to change your life or how you view the world. No. But it will make you laugh at loud and squee at the sheer adorableness of these three "paper" sisters. Bookworms will really love this--two of the sisters are obessed with books and the entire series centers around literacy and the importance of books. A fun and quick read.

    10. I haven't read manga in a while, so I forgot how quickly I read graphic novels! It's great to see intelligent, compassionate, and diverse women solving mysteries and prioritizing sisterhood (rather than being obsessed with boys/romance). Their paper master powers are interesting and often fun. It's also comforting to see other female bibliophiles.

    11. This review will be for the whole series (4 volumes). I loved this series. It's all about girls obsessed with books and so I can totally relate. They're both funny and sweet. Any bibliophile/bibliomaniac worth their salt should read these.

    12. Recommended by Genesis this is a Super cute manga of sisters who love books. Fave chapter is 5. Check it out.

    13. I couldn't finish this because it was just too cheesy. It wasn't terrible and I didn't hate it- it was just ok. However, not worth reading the whole thing.

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