乙嫁語り / Otoyomegatari / Young Bride's Story, Otoyome-gatari, The Bride's Stories, Pariya-san wa Otoshigoro
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Marks: 3.2K Reading , 1 Completed , 1 On hold , 1 Dropped , 1 Re-reading , 32 Plan to read
Views: it has 2.4K monthly / 1.1M total views.
Genres: Japanese , Seinen , Drama , Historical , Romance
Official status: Ongoing
MPCRS(?): A - No age restrictions
Summary:
It's the 19th century in a tribal town near the Caspian Sea, Central Asia. People lead simple lives along the Silk Road, believing in various customs and traditions as they have for many years. Amir Halgal is a beautiful 20-year-old woman skilled in archery, hunting, and horseback riding. She has come from a faraway village for an arranged marriage to a charming 12-year-old boy by the name of Karluk Eihon.


Due to the large age difference, the relationship between Amir and Karluk is a little awkward initially. However, everyday interactions between the two allow them to develop feelings of love and respect for each other that eventually strengthen their bond. Otoyomegatari follows the daily lives and challenges of Amir and Karluk alongside various other couples across Central Asia, in a beautiful portrayal of the culture and traditions of the brides of the era.
Extra:
Otoyomegatari won the 7th Manga Taishou Award in 2014 and the intergénérations prize at the Angoulême International Comics Festival in 2012.


The series has been published in English as A Bride's Story by Yen Press since May 31, 2011; in Polish as Opowieść panny młodej by Studio JG since June 20, 2013; and in Spanish as Brides Stories by Norma Editorial since October 31, 2013.


Publishers:
  • Harta (magazine)
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English
[102 chs / c1 - c97 / 32 days ago]
Hungarian
[96 chs / c1 - c90 / 94 days ago]
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[87 chs / c1 - c86 / 4 days ago]
Russian
[80 chs / c1 - c73 / 94 days ago]
Bulgarian
[75 chs / c1 - c69 / 94 days ago]

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