Two notes before I begin. For starts, I now do reviews on Tuesday, so look forward to that. Secondly, this is an ongoing manga. I’ll be reviewing what’s out of it (the first four volumes), but there’s definitely more to come. Anyway, with that out of the way… This week, I’m reviewing Otoyomegatari. It’s done by Mori Kaoru, who has also done Emma… Which I’ve heard of, but never read. From what I understand, it’s another historical piece though, so that’s kind of the niche Mori Kaoru writes in. Whereas Emma was a Victorian era romance, the setting for Otoyomegatari is a bit more unique (and I think more enjoyable for that). It takes place in 1800s central Asia.