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  • By MereChristian on August 15, 2017

    Volume 5 ends the first of three arcs in the *Amazing Agent Luna* series of OEL (Original English Language) manga series. The villain of the first arc, Heinrich von Brucken, was defeated, and his evil plots foiled. Also, secrets were revealed, allies gained, and the series set up for a good ending or a continuation. (I think they weren't sure which it would be at the time).Anyways, as for the plot, I was actually presently surprised. I thought it would be the idea of cloning and controlling the world leaders to enable the Count's evil plans. It was close, but not that, and actually was more devious and subtle. It was the cloning of the *children* of the leaders, the kids attending Nobel High, where the kids of folks involved at the UN attend. This might actually be easier to pull off, and would be more subtle. It also fits the title of the evil plan von Brucken had, called "Project *Scion*".All of this was exciting and page-turning, but what really drew me in was the other half of the formula for the *Luna* manga. That is, the story of Luna growing up and dealing with every day issues. Added to this were the struggles of the other characters.Luna has to deal with the pressures of her school life and her spy life, as well as her moral choices. "Control" Jennifer Kujiwara has to deal with the fears for Luna, who is something much more than just an agent to her. Jonah von Brucken, the Count's non-evil son, has to decide for himself if he is going to aid his dad's nefarious plans, or strike out on his own path.On the other end from these plot-heavy details are the growing discord between Control and Dr. Andy, with the blossoming feelings undergirding it, Oliver's troubled home life and relationship with his mom, and the gaining of a new ally in gym teacher/assistant principal Mr. Dreyfuss. These elements, plus Francesca's (Oliver and Luna's friend) activities, become much more important in the next arc.I have been vague and I think that is good to not give away everything, but I can't emphasize just how much the drama works as a part of the story. It doesn't get to angsty levels, but is the right amount of family, personal, and school drama, to add to the overall story without dragging down the plot. I especially am a big shipper for Dr. Andy and Control.One quick thing to mention is that I appreciate how this story had both strong women and strong men as characters. Not all could kick ass, but even then, they were their own people and had their own personalities and what not. It was one of the instances where strong female characters are not paired with weaker males, and males don't (though they do help) swoop in to save the women and fight the bad guys for them.This was a fun story that had me excited for the ending of the adventure, as well as intrigued by the family and personal drama. It also had fun slice-of-life elements throughout these five volumes. It wasn't just action and drama, after all, but also humor.I truly recommend this series, and hope that those who might be put off by it not being actual manga, but American produced (as some folks have that attitude towards OEL manga) will put that aside and give it a chance. I really think that they will enjoy it.Rating: 5/5 Stars.

  • By mhizzrie on January 24, 2013

    It was a great book like all the other Luna mangas if you like all the action / romance manages this one's Gud !;)

  • By Nicole on March 25, 2013

    If you love action, then this is the book for you! I hate that Jonah and Luna broke up, and I feel bad for Oliver. Poor, poor Oliver. Just lovestruck.

  • By Kwayman on October 30, 2012

    Glad that this story os always changing for the better even if poor Luna gets heartbroken more than once its stillna rather different thing for me.

  • By zoey busch on June 13, 2013

    it was really great


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