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Tokyo Dreaming
Tokyo Dreaming: A Novel | Emiko Jean
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Return to Tokyo for a royal wedding in Tokyo Dreaming, the sequel to Emiko Jean's New York Times bestseller Tokyo Ever After...
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BookBelle84
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I love these covers!

IndianBookworm Beautiful covers😍 2mo
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kissmehardy
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This was SUCH a good sequel! None of the development came at the expense of the previous book, and the new characters (or new sides of old characters) were just fantastic. And I'm glad Izumi heard me screaming what her major should ACTUALLY be! #yalit

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MallenNC
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First book of August finished! I liked this sequel as much as the first, and if there aren‘t any others in the series this would be a satisfying ending. Izumi and her mom are trying to find their own way in the royal world in Japan. This one has a little bit of fake dating, some unlikely allies, and a good setting. My only issue is the amount of pressure Izumi puts on herself to figure everything out — she‘s young! There‘s plenty of time.

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BookNightOwl
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I loved book number one and enjoyed book series number 2. I just love the story about a girl who finds out she is a princess and the pressure that is put on her now that she is in the line light of everyday news. Truly enjoyed this read.

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Jody3
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After enjoying Tokyo Ever After, I knew I had to read the sequel. And what a sequel! In my opinion, it was better than the first book! If you love stories with us against the world vibes and family discoveries, you have to read this one! It‘s perfect for fans of the first and who love the Princess Diaries sequel vibes.

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oddandbookish
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First off, I loved the first book in the series, Tokyo Ever After. It was one of my favorite books of 2021 which made me very excited to read the sequel. I still think that the first book was a tiny bit better, but for the most part I found the sequel to be a worthy successor.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2022/06/05/tokyo-dreaming-tokyo-ever-after-2...

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asterese
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This sequel really delivered. Izumi's story has that Princess Diaries inspiration woven into it, but the author gives her own distinct mark on the ordinary-girl-is-secretly-a-princess tale, and that's what makes me love this series more. It was also a little refreshing, if not sobering, to see a glimpse of what imperial life could be like in Japan. Culture is a major element here, and anyone interested in Japan will surely have fun reading this.

asterese I hope this isn't the end of Izumi's story. 🥺

⭐: 4.5

(Photo in the background belongs to Kentaro Toma)
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Twainy
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🎧 I loved this book even more than Tokyo Ever After! Zoom Zoom is back & trying to find her place in the world!

The Shining twins are also back 😆

Tropey but tropes I enjoy! A bit predictable but it was a fun read! Great cover art.

A royal wedding is in store or is it? Read the publishers summary, it‘s spot on & the narrator‘s great! Publication date - 5/31/22.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Hazel2019 Is this part of a series? 9mo
Twainy @Hazel2019 this is book 2. I‘m not sure if there will be more. 9mo
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