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This final volume of Real/Fake Princess managed to satisfactorily tie up all of the sub-plots that were running through the series, though some of the minor characters could have used a few more pages to fully flesh out the end of their stories.  Boy Princess Vol. 5
Boy Princess Vol.5 Cap6 - YouTube

Boy princess vol. 5



This final volume of Real/Fake Princess managed to satisfactorily tie up all of the sub-plots that were running through the series, though some of the minor characters could have used a few more pages to fully flesh out the end of their stories.  This is the first DrMaster title that I have read to completion, and overall, it was an emotionally engaging read.  The books are attractively packaged, but the editing really needs some work.  As in previous volumes, there are a number of jarring, obvious typographical errors littered within the pages.

To protect his throne, the Emperor must deny his relationship to Zhi Li.  This somber, regrettable  truth weighs heavily on his shoulders.  To save his reputation, he can never accept Yi Fu and must order her death.  She has become a liability to his rule, and there’s no way to quell the ugly rumors that have surfaced.  Until the meeting between Zhi Li and her brother, I considered the Emperor a weak, pliable individual.  Now I see him as a sad, solemn man who has to make some very difficult decisions to ensure the peace and prosperity of his subjects. 

Though it got off to a rocky start, Real/Fake Princess was a surprisingly enjoyable series.  Though at times the plot was uneven and the art a little inconsistent, this title gave an entertaining glimpse into historical China during the end of the Northern Song dynasty. 



 
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