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This is ADORABLE!
Aug 17, 2010 reviewed by Dilbertchick
I usually just buy and sell my manga, but this one's a keeper! Aristide (the main character), tells class mates to call him Aristo, but he ends up with the unfortunate moniker of Alice instead since it seems as if it fits him better. He ends up being the fabled 101st student let in to the prominent music academy, which normally only admits 100 per enrollment. It turns out that, while Alice can't really read music or interpret well, it literally a genius violinist! His father died when he was very small, and he as also a renowned violinest, and Alic wants to follow in his footsteps, which is why is was so important for him to get into the same school his father had attended. Alice spends lots of time in and out of trouble, and along with a couple of class mates, seems to be in good company. Add a couple of fellow students who are intent on causing problems for him, and the book just takes off! You will love this one!
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