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Teen FAP Review: Princess Resurrection

Princess Resurrection by Yasunori Mitsunaga

Bored of reading the same manga? Here’s a new category for you: vampire Vs. werewolf, good vs. evil, and the “OMG” Princess of decade.  Princess Resurrection is the horror and gothic Manga of a lifetime that you will ever witness. Our main character, Princess Hime (obviously in Japanese meaning princess), deals with every mythical, fatal, horror fiction creatures you can ever name of. The unlucky boy, Hiro and his sister Sawawa, along with the adorable android Flandre are delivering their finest skills to help the Princess in massacring these monsters and facing her rival and blood sister, Sherwood.

It gives off a chilling and suspenseful feeling that will keep you in the edge of our seat and begging for more until you’ve read the final chapter. It is located in the middle of kingdom war between royal highnesses and staged during nighttime when beasts and monsters are awaken and ready to take on anything to get human flesh. But don’t worry,  because our heroes are there to save the day for you. And don’t forget, there is also an awesome team of a Vampire and a Half-Werewolf, as they are disgusted toward each other in every step.

**The above review was written by Khondaker, aka Sadman, as part of the Teen Fine Alternative Program.  If you’re interested in working off fines owed on CLP materials and are between the ages of 12-18, please contact your local CLP location.**

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