*Review: The Stories of Edgar Allan Poe adapted by: Stacy King by: Edgar Allan Poe (Manga Classics)~5 stars*


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 First off, I want to give a huge thank you to NetGalley and Udon Entertainment for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

Release Date: October 27, 2017

Adaptation: Stacy King~Author: Edgar Allan Poe

Art Work: Virginia-Nitouhei, Chagen, pikomaro, Uka Nagao, and Linus Liu

Page Count: 308

Synopsis: This book is based off the classic stories by Edgar Allan Poe. The book is a manga modernized version of the stories. The Stories of Edgar Allan Poe includes; The Tell-Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontillado, The Raven, The Masque of the Red Death and The Fall of the House of Usher. This graphic novel is targeted for young adult and teenage readers. It has different artwork by different artist for each story.

Review: I absolutely loved this manga! I know I usually post fiction reviews but I have to admit I like my manga too. My inner nerd was screaming out to me when it saw manga and Poe in one book. I felt like this book was the perfect modernized creation of Poe possible. The artwork was beautiful and the stories had me on the edge of my seat turning pages. Who knew Poe could be so much fun? I think this book is great for students, so they can learn the work of Poe without all that out of date language. Students and other young people will be able to get the same great feel and thrill that Poe gives us, it would just be delivered in an more modernized and artistic fashion. 

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13 Comments on “*Review: The Stories of Edgar Allan Poe adapted by: Stacy King by: Edgar Allan Poe (Manga Classics)~5 stars*

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