I.o.n

I.o.n

Book - 2008
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For years Ion Tsuburagi has chanted the letters of her name as a good luck charm, but after meeting the president of the Psychic Powers Research Society, her chants begin to give her telekinetic powers.
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Viz Media, 2008
Edition: Shojo Beat manga ed
ISBN: 9781421518008
1421518007
Branch Call Number: / 741.5952 TANEMUR
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly ill. ; 19 cm
Additional Contributors: Vivolo, Heidi
Nishida, Miho
Alternative Title: Ion

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crystal_dark Oct 20, 2011

I loved this book! It had a unique and interesting plot and characters. Arina Tanemura is a great Mangaka and I really like her style. This series is only 1 volume long and has less drama than some of her other series but is really good. This is a really fun story about a girl who discovers she has psychic powers and what she does with them. This story is also about how she falls in love with a boy that admires her powers and the relationship that develops between them.

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pansage1123
Nov 04, 2010

good book. ion is also a good luck charm words

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crystal_dark Feb 25, 2013

Ion Tsuburagi is a simple but cheery girl that decided to devote herself to a man that is serious to make their own dreams come true. She then found out that Mikado, one of her classmates, is building up a club for psychic investigators. She fell in love with the guy because he is the one she's been longing for. She planned to join the club but she ended up being the club president. Then after that, an experimental object that Mikado made suddenly changes Ion, giving her psychic powers. (From MyAnimeList.net)

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crystal_dark Apr 06, 2014

“I liked her…I really liked her.
I wanted to protect her.
I approached her in a gentle, playful manner, because she's so precious and I wanted to hold her in my arms because she's so carefree.
She was my treasure.”

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