Yume Kira Dream Shoppe

Yume Kira Dream Shoppe There s a bright and shiny magical place up in the sky where people s dreams come true For a fair exchange the shop s proprietor Lin will gladly turn those dreams into reality But be careful what you

  • Title: Yume Kira Dream Shoppe
  • Author: Aqua Mizuto
  • ISBN: 9781421511733
  • Page: 487
  • Format: Paperback
  • There s a bright and shiny magical place up in the sky where people s dreams come true For a fair exchange, the shop s proprietor Lin will gladly turn those dreams into reality But be careful what you wish for, dear reader Sometimes the most passionate desires can bring about the biggest heartbreak Four short stories of fantasy and imagination recommended for everyoneThere s a bright and shiny magical place up in the sky where people s dreams come true For a fair exchange, the shop s proprietor Lin will gladly turn those dreams into reality But be careful what you wish for, dear reader Sometimes the most passionate desires can bring about the biggest heartbreak Four short stories of fantasy and imagination recommended for everyone who s ever wished for a dream to come true.

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    1. When I was growing up, nothing fascinated me more than magic items with wish-granting abilities. Yume Kira Dream Shoppe is the manifestation of that fascination. It inspired me when I was beginning to dabble in writing, and I will always love it for that. Is it perfect? No. But you know what? It doesn't need to be.

    2. Overall Rating: DSynopsis: This fantasy shōjo, created by Aqua Mizuto, we meet Rin. A mysterious shopkeeper, Rin makes dreams come true, but only for a steep price. The shop in question, Yume Kira Dream Shoppe, is magical and (as is driven home at the beginning and end of almost every chapter) flies through the sky at dusk. If you happen across the shop, or Rin hears your wish, he may grant it in exchange for something valuable in return. For example, in one story a tree wishes to become human. [...]

    3. Yume Kira Dream Shoppe, Volume 1 (Paperback) by Mizuto AquaSo i think this book is the greatest of shortstorys in a book.but htat is perosnaly becasue i really like the things in the booka and how it happened i can see it like it was a movie was so exciting becsue i never read a book like this before the storys are so different. The i liked that the storys are liked in a way toocasue it has the some of the same people in all the stoy and its like an advanture reading it. the storys are like litt [...]

    4. People say that any dream came true, if you work hard toward it. But this story is the exact opposite in this manga, dreams can be exchange for something that one treasure. The Dream 'shop' flies in the sky, and the owner, Rin along with his helper, Alpha help assist people as they grant wishes, but with cost. Throughout you discover four stories that contain characters who are willing to give up anything for a wishes to come true. The moral is shown is that there are always second chances, they [...]

    5. *Warning: Not super good at reviewing things. Please bear with me while I learn to write good reviews.*I LOVED THIS MANGA. I read it a while back when I was like in middle school and a friend gave it to me, honestly one of my first encounters with manga/anime/Japanese works in general. She handed me a whole stack of manga she was going to donate to our local used book shop and she said "I think you'll like these. Read this one first."She was right. I read Yume Kira Dream Shoppe and it was one of [...]

    6. When I finished this short manga, I was torn between wanting more and being satisfied with how it ended. Rin is the owner of the Yume Kira Dream Shoppe where, "y dream can be made true in exchange for something dear to you." The manga has typical shoujo elements, however, its main message is not "love at all costs" bur rather "hope" and in each of the four short stories presented in this volume, hope does indeed take the center stage. In the end, the reader is left wondering, "Who is Rin?" Is sh [...]

    7. This was pretty cute. It was like a cute fluffy version of xxxholic with a much more sober shopkeeper (not that it makes it superior- I freaking love Yuko!!!) The stories were all a little different and I liked the magical items Rin uses to help with the granting. It did bother me that Rin essentially grants wishes for free- I am probably biased after seeing xxxholic and possibly FMA is weighing in here too but it seems like the wish makers should have to pay a lot more for this service and Rin [...]

    8. This book is rated teen and although I was thinking this book was sort of like xxxHoics by the description. Instead I found it lacked any sense of darkness one might have expected from a wish fulfilling shop owner that requires payment of something important(supposedly) from her customers. Regardless the artwork is cute and the stories are humorous (not to mention definitely oriented toward young females)and this book might be a good choice if you are into short stories about love granted by str [...]

    9. Not the best or worst manga I have read. All of the chapters operate as a series of one shots. The plus side to this is you can read any of the chapters, even out of order, and you'll get a beginning, middle, and end. However, the lack of connectivity between chapter to chapter and minimal characterization makes it so you never connect with any of the characters. The stories presented are somewhat interesting, even touching at times. None of the stories though make a significant impact.It's a qu [...]

    10. An ok manga, but I am not feeling too attached to the characters, as they keep changing. Essentially, Rin is the "shopkeeper" of The Yume Kira Dream Shoppe, which flies through the sky at night granting people's wishes, but for a price. Some of the "people" end up being trees and stuffed animals, so the stories end up being about toys becoming real for awhile, that sort of thing. I expected the price for the wishes coming true to be big, dramatic, and didactic, but they end up being not such a b [...]

    11. A collection of four short stories about people who want their dreams to come true and have to exchange something in return for their wish. I thought it was adorable/cute. It consists of only one volume, which I think works out and is for the best. It's full of happy endings and is a good pick-me-up.

    12. i was really surprised about how much i liked this book. it's a collection short stories, but boy were they fun. they were romantic enough to have me excited to read every story. i was beginning to doubt my love of this mushy stuff, but this has renewed my interest in the genre.

    13. a collection of short cute stories. All of these stories are very heart warming and fun and some a little sadazing artwork!

    14. I wasn't expecting much since this is just a collection of short stories, but it was wonderful! The art is stunning and the stories magical. I wish Yume Kira was a series. :)

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