Alice 19th by Yuu Watase
Review: The artwork was just okay, nothing like Watase’s current work. The plot and characters were awkward and had no real depth to them. I wish I had more to say about this manga but sadly not so much.
2 out of 5 stars.
Manga. Young Adult. Romance. High School. Magic.
Published by VIZ.
Summary: Alice Seno seems like a normal girl in high school. She’s a bit shy, she has a crush on a boy name Kyo, and she has a pretty older sister, Mayura, who is more popular than she is – especially with Kyou. Pretty normal stuff, until one day when, walking down the street, Alice hears strange voices instructing her to save a rabbit from being run over by a car. Alice’s brave act almost costs her life, but the handsome Kyo saves her. Meanwhile, it seems the rabbit is no ordinary bunny, but a magical entity with great powers. Before she can figure out what’s going on, the rabbit vanishes, only to reappear as a beam of light with a strange message just for Alice.
-Summary from GoodReads.com