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New shoujo series by New York Times bestselling author of Alice in the Country of Hearts Crimson Empire Circumstances to Serve a Noble is an all new shoujo manga series by QuinRose, the creator of Alice in the Country of Hearts and Alice in the Country of Clover.Featuring a strong heroine who is a deadly assassin yet awkward when dealing with the many male suitors who surNew shoujo series by New York Times bestselling author of Alice in the Country of Hearts Crimson Empire Circumstances to Serve a Noble is an all new shoujo manga series by QuinRose, the creator of Alice in the Country of Hearts and Alice in the Country of Clover.Featuring a strong heroine who is a deadly assassin yet awkward when dealing with the many male suitors who surround her, Crimson Empire Circumstances to Serve a Noble combines romance, fantasy and swashbuckling adventure Each volume contains impressive shoujo style artwork and color pinups.From the time she was sold into servitude as a young girl and told by a handsome demonic figure that she had a destiny to fulfill, Sheila s childhood was anything but easy After joining an assassins guild to undergo rigorous training, Sheila is later taken in by the dashing Prince Edvard to serve as both his housemaid and bodyguard.As skillful as she is with a blade, Sheila hasn t a clue when it comes to courtly romance While she uses her talents to help Edvard win the throne, can she stave off the many admirers who vie for her heart


  • Title: Crimson Empire Vol. 1: Circumstances to Serve a Noble
  • Author: QuinRose 双葉 はづき
  • ISBN: 9781937867232
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback

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QuinRose 双葉 はづき

Quinrose is a games company which is also responsible for the manga based on their games.


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Comments Crimson Empire Vol. 1: Circumstances to Serve a Noble

  • Jenna

    Hm, I'm not sure what to make of this. Amusing to read another game-to-manga series, but rather than an MMO, it's one of those choose-your-love dating sim stories (I don't know the proper term for it). It's even more of a harem than the author's previous Alice in the Country of Clover. Things I liked: the idea of a female bodyguard who's trained as an assassin, the relationship between the two Princes, and Meissen and Michael. What I disliked: the inundation of new characters coming from left ri [...]


  • Taylor K.

    Crimson Empire, another series by QuinRose, has my attention in this first volume. With the appeal of a classic drama historical Otome game this first volume sets the stage up nicely as our heroine is displayed as a no nonsense bodyguard to a Prince with a borderline sociopath personality. But you immediately start to sympathize with him after you get the first couple of hints that he had a fucked up childhood. I'm looking forward to reading the next volume and I'm looking forward to even more s [...]


  • Alex Hainsworth

    Rating; 3 It sets out interesting character development for hopefully the plot in the next novel, (this one didn't really have much of a plot just introduced the characters).


  • Inessa

    Mon avis : betweendandr/2013Après Alice au Royaume de Cœur, QuinRose nous revient avec une toute nouvelle série, Crimson Empire avec cette fois, Hazuki Futaba au dessin.J'étais impatiente de découvrir cette nouvelle série. En effet, les intrigues et les complots à la cour m'ont toujours fascinée et j'étais donc très curieuse de découvrir ce que QuinRose nous réservait dans ce manga. Finalement, je dois avouer que cette lecture me laisse assez perplexe. Ce qui m'a le plus gênée dans [...]


  • Kim

    Hard to understand at first. The passage of time isn't well depicted. But I kept reading because the story is interesting.


  • Selena

    When I saw QuinRose had a new manga, I was really excited. I had really enjoyed Alice in the Country of Hearts, so I figured I'd really like this one.Maybe it was the high expectations, but I was severely disappointed with this book.Unlike AitCoH, the huge cast of characters fades together. I can't tell one person from another other than Sheila (and only because her designs differ a lot from the others). Their personalities don't make them stand out either, making me go, "meh" to bothering to le [...]


  • Rachel

    Plots, assassination attempts, and secrets fill this game-based otome manga. Sheila is a strong lead. She protects her master, takes her job seriously, and is a good fighter. Fate has placed her as a bodyguard amongst nobility, and much of her time is either spent foiling the plots of enemies, or speaking to her fellow bodyguards. While she is certainly surrounded by a reverse harem, it is far from the typical one, so far, there has been little "romance". While the plot is the more important, it [...]


  • R

    LOVED! I wasn't sure if I would like it based on the bonus stories in Alice in the Country of [] but I really do like it! I look forward to the next two volumes!!


  • Jnyama

    I like the art and the general concept of bodyguard/assassin maids, but the plot is developed in such a disconnected manner, it seems more like a series of short scenarios than an actual story. It doesn't help that there are a jillion guys who are only distinguishable by whether they have white or black hair, and it really doesn't help that Sheila seems to have almost the same relationship with all of them except her main prince. I'll give the second volume a try to see if it develops better, bu [...]


  • Emma

    Read - April 2015Re-read - June 2017I still enjoy this series. I decided to read it because I've been playing Fire Emblem, and this is set in a similar fantasy world with battles and kings. So far this series is really satisfying my craving for stories similar to the game! I own the first volume, and the library I work at now has volume 2 and 3, so I decided to finish the series. This series has a complex cast of characters, some of which look similar, but they provide a handy "who's who" with p [...]


  • Mal

    The main reason I picked this up was because it was by QuinRose - and Alice in the Country of Hearts gets such great reviews, and I was staring to like it and everything. But this This is nothing like how I thought it would be. It's beautiful, devious, funny, and guess what? Shelia isn't annoying! A++ for this one. The ending was fantastic and I simply must get my hands on volume two! Read it guys :D


  • Artemis

    The drawing and the characters are not exactly the best/my favourite, but the plot is certainly interesting enough And the names are "white" enough that you can sort of say, it isn't a Japanese mangaka's (failed) attempt to create something that sounds "British" but is entirely "Jap-British" If you know what I mean. -_-"'This is an intense manga with a lot (way too many?) characters. I liked it enough that I finished it. But I didn't like it as Shouoto Aya's Barajou no Kiss.


  • MJ

    I can be superficial and enjoy a manga for it's art and eye-candy. This manga relied on some 'about' bubbles at the beginning for who the cast was, then made sure each got several pages of 'time' with our heroine. Obviously the story lacked, but these generally pick up in the following volumes as we get connected stories with particular characters.


  • Ashley Downey

    Very interesting. I picked it up because same person who created the Alice in the country of hearts series created this. I really like Sheila since she is a strong female lead. The plot keeps me wanting to read more and never wanting to put the manga down.


  • Kaleigh Robbins

    Good art and interesting story so far. I liked this better than Alice in the Country of Hearts. Just better art, characters and story all around. I noticed, however, that it doesn't have the smooth-flowing, charming side that Alice had. Hmm.


  • Tasha

    Not really my kind of book (I don't like reverse harems, or regular harems, either). None of the characters were very likable, and I had a hard time telling them apart and keeping track of all of them.


  • Tiffany

    It had a great summary and great potential start. The characters were intriguing, but they were introduced so quickly that I had trouble distinguishing some of the characters from each other. The plots were short and solved quickly.


  • Stéphanie

    De jolies dessins mais une histoire bordélique avec trop de personnages et une VF bourrée de fautes d'orthographe.


  • Vi

    Fantastic story line. I'm giggling with glee.


  • Kayla Eklund

    I loved it. Towards the end it started to get a little slow. However, the beginning wasn't confusing at all, which is rare for manga.


  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    This was okay but good. The art was good.


  • Lucille

    I like it. The story is cliché, but the characters are pretty cute! Prince Justin and Michael are my favorites!


  • Brittany

    The whole idea of a deadly maid is kind of awesome and the story has a lot going on. Good read, will be checking out the next one.


  • Sophie.Jxxx

    3.5 stars. It was good but not big enough or enough plot to get a higher rating. I am looking forward to the next book, though. Apparently there's only 3 in the series.


  • Annie Boismenu

    This manga's story is so confusing. It feels like there are pages missing.


  • Teeny

    This sucked. Not as fun as the Alice series.


  • Joya Alkhatib

    A very lovely story <3 Another masterpiece of Quin Rose


  • Angel

    I just have Chapter 1 of this book so I only have 44 pages instead of 192. So far all love routes that I've read seems very intriguing.


  • Khushi Nagpal

    Love this manga so much


  • Kate

    Kind of reminds me of Apothecarius Argentum and the Story of Saiunkoku.


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