Cyber Blue (ＣＹＢＥＲブルー ＣＹＢＥＲ burū) is a manga series that was featured in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1988–1989. The series was written by co written by BOB & Ryuichi Mitsui and illustrated by Tetsuo Hara. Volume 1 contains chapter 1 to 7.
Some would say my life is perfect. But I'm here to tell you that it's not. I lost my father in a boating accident when I was eight years old. He was the love of my life and I was his princess. I never got over his death, even after my mother, Madeline, married my father's best friend, Edward. She was a big believer in fate. I wasn't. Fate had done me wrong and left me with an emptiness that could never be filled. Not only did I lose my father that day, I also lost my best friend. After landing my dream job in New York City, I met a very sexy man named Andrew London. I fell head over heels for him instantly, and I was sure he was the one who could fill the emptiness I felt inside. I felt it every time we were together, and he loved me like no other man had. I ignored the signs from the beginning because I was so immersed in him. Then one day, everything unfolded, and I found myself in a relationship that was built on nothing but deceit from the very start. I couldn't understand why he would do this to me until I discovered the truth behind his lies.
In his riveting first novel, If I Were an Eagle, David Hale takes us on a journey through the life of a young girl coming of age in the mountains of Tennessee. In Southern Appalachia Karen Quincy, daughter of devout, Southern Baptist parents, was a beautiful young girl, well endowed for her age, and she attracted the attention of the most popular guy in school. Her boyfriend headed off for college, leaving her behind to bear the burden of her condition all alone. Hale spins a tale of woe, for not since the Perils of Pauline has so much misfortune befallen a young damsel, in so short a time. But it was 1948, and the good folk of Karen's rural community, were either piously unyielding in their adherence to what they understood about the teachings of the Good Book, or they were too hypocritical and haughty to let on that they'd ever been anything but perfect. The plight of Karen Quincy was not unlike that of many young women in the rural south-- betrayed as much by their own carnal awakening as by the young studs and dirty old men who seduced and abused them. Worse than a scarlet letter, Karen had to endure the knowledge that she would bring shame and embarrassment to her family. David Hale skillfully weaves the details of Karen's bleak existence in this story with a foreshadowing of events to come that leaves the reader anxiously anticipating what might happen next, And that makes for a good read every time. *Book Review by Jacquelyn Brown Community Services Manager for the Knoxville News-Sentinel, where she formerly served as reporter and columnist - August 2001
They wanted each other... but how far would it go? Is it worth getting her pregnant? Jack had to stare... Mandi had grown up and was such a knockout. There were plenty of times he had to restrain himself when Mandi gave him a rise in his pants. Mandi had no idea what she was doing to Jack when she walked around in her little nightie or sat in his lap and wiggled around but you would think that it was obvious by the bulge she gave him with her little teases. It was like that until one weekend when both of their limits would be tested on how far they would go with their games...
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Student Guidebook for Dummies 2: Pintar Itu Relatif, Nyontek Itu Alternatif Bagi para pengajar, nilai adalah hal penting, tapi Kevin tahu satu hal; jadi pelajar keren, nggak melulu soal rapor bagus. Di kepalanya, sekolah—yang dianggap banyak orang membosankan—juga bisa jadi tempat menyenangkan.
Lihat saja pengalaman absurd-nya; berkostum ondel-ondel saat MOS, terpilih jadi ketua OSIS karena menang suit, menantang guru killer untuk menyelesaikan rubik, sampai menyontek berjamaah yang berujung apes. Itu semua bikin Kevin nggak pernah bosan untuk dapat uang jajan menimba ilmu. Ternyata sekolah bisa, kok, seseru itu. Jadi yuk, yang semangat sekolahnya! Student Guidebook for Dummies 2: Pintar Itu Relatif, Nyontek Itu Alternatif adalah buku kedua dari Kevin Anggara—pelajar kreatif yang sering gila-gilaan di Youtube dan Instagram. Penasaran dengan isi kepala Kevin yang absurd dan kreatif? Langsung aja kita sontek saja dari bukunya!