As I've mentioned before, manga and graphic novels are a new field for me, only discovered within the past year. Thanks to reviews and mentions by great book bloggers, I have been working my way through quite an exciting range of stories. One of the great recommendations I picked up was the Emma series by Kaoru Mori. Told in Victorian England and portraying the differences in class distinction, this manga is a fun read for this English teacher!
(Spoiler Alert) Volume 3 picks up with Emma leaving London. Although William has expressed his interest in Emma and showed that to his family, this interest has not been received well. Now with Emma out of the city and seemingly out of reach, their fears might be for nothing, as William has no way of reaching her or knowing where she has gone.
If you haven't yet tried a manga and enjoy any element of the Victorian period, then I might recommend you give these a shot. Mori has created a fun series thus far, with a story filled with complications and irony. Check them out!
*FTC Disclosure: This review based off of library copies of the story.