Savage Garden

Savage Garden In th century England Gabriel an orphan girl from a fallen noble family befriended a young man named Jeremy who was rud to be an illegitimate child of a nobleman After an incident occurred resul

  • Title: Savage Garden
  • Author: Lee Hyeon-sook
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 18th century England, Gabriel, an orphan girl from a fallen noble family befriended a young man named Jeremy, who was rud to be an illegitimate child of a nobleman After an incident occurred, resulting in his tragic death, Gabriel must impersonate her friend Jeremy, taking his place at an all boys academy for nobles, a place that may seem like heaven to others, butIn 18th century England, Gabriel, an orphan girl from a fallen noble family befriended a young man named Jeremy, who was rud to be an illegitimate child of a nobleman After an incident occurred, resulting in his tragic death, Gabriel must impersonate her friend Jeremy, taking his place at an all boys academy for nobles, a place that may seem like heaven to others, but really hides a harshness which she would never have imagined.

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    1. Lee Hyeon-sook

      Lee Hyeon sook Hangul born November 12 is a South Korean manhwa artist who made her debut in 1992 Her works include Seduction More Beautiful Than Love, about a teacher and her student, and The Flower of Evil, a dark story about twins.Source

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    1. It's the eighteenth century in England,Gabriel, an orphan girl from a fallen noble family befriended a young man named Jeremy, who was rumoured to be an illegitimate child of a nobleman. After an incident occurred, Gabriel must impersonate her friend Jeremy, taking his place at an all boys academy for nobles, a place that may seem like heaven to others, but really hides a harshness which she would never have imagined.


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