The Story of Saiunkoku, Vol. 7

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The Story of Saiunkoku, Vol. 7

The Story of Saiunkoku Vol Shurei Hong destitute but of noble birth has always dreamed of working as a civil servant in the imperial court of Saiunkoku but women are barred from holding office The emperor Ryuki however ref

  • Title: The Story of Saiunkoku, Vol. 7
  • Author: Kairi Yura Sai Yukino
  • ISBN: 9781421541808
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shurei Hong, destitute but of noble birth, has always dreamed of working as a civil servant in the imperial court of Saiunkoku, but women are barred from holding office The emperor Ryuki, however, refuses to take command, leaving everything to his advisers Shurei is asked to become a consort to the emperor to persuade the ne er do well ruler to govern.Though Shurei and EShurei Hong, destitute but of noble birth, has always dreamed of working as a civil servant in the imperial court of Saiunkoku, but women are barred from holding office The emperor Ryuki, however, refuses to take command, leaving everything to his advisers Shurei is asked to become a consort to the emperor to persuade the ne er do well ruler to govern.Though Shurei and Eigetsu passed the Imperial Exam with high marks, they are being bullied as they go about their duties as new civil servants in the palace But it seems the pair may have found an unlikely ally

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    One thought on “The Story of Saiunkoku, Vol. 7

    1. Tammy Smith on said:

      The story is set in the country of Saiunkoku with the majority of the story taking place within the various ministries, at least so far. I first encountered this story as an anime. I didn't finish watching all the episodes, but Viz started releasing the manga here in the US and the anime has been released here as well.Saiunkoku is ruled by an emperor with the different ministries running specific aspects of the government. The country is ruled by a fool of a young man named Ryuki Shi who doesn't [...]

    2. Estara on said:

      I think there's an interesting juxtaposition in this volume between Shurei and her net of support and her uncle Reishin's protégé and adopted son Koyu Ri (who was never offered the Hong family name), the vice minister who is one of the most trusted civil servants of emperor Ryuki.He compares the way that Reishin has been treating him and that Shurei has been treated by her father, Reishin's older brother Shoka - and only a talk with Shoka makes it clear to him what Reishin actually means with [...]

    3. Su on said:

      Shurei gets cooler and cooler. XD Also loved all the Koyu bits in this part, especially his chat with Shoka. It was nice to see some development on Seiran's part too--he's usually so externally viewed in this manga (I guess cuz we're usually either in Shurei's or Ryuki's heads). And the power of the Hong Brothers lol, I oddly find Kuro very cool. And Eigetsu XD He just gets cuter and cuter. Hakumei too--wish he had more screen time! Here's hoping he'll eventually rise up the ranks to become Koyu [...]

    4. Rebecca Weinstein on said:

      Shurei Hong is one of my favorite female protagonists, if not THE favorite. She is a strong young woman who knows what she wants and takes much abuse in order to succeed. I love this series. I'm not sure if I like the emperor or Seiran more though.

    5. Miss on said:

      Yay Kocho! \o/ I love this woman, she will end you if you challenge her. What an excellent mom to Shurei. This manga is chock full of amazing parental figures, it's no wonder the main cast are all so excellent. 4 stars

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