Tokyo Ever After
ISBN: 1250766621
EAN13: 9781250766625
Language: English
Release Date: May 3, 2022
Pages: 352
Format: Paperback
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The instant New York Times bestseller
A Reese Witherspoon x Hello Sunshine Book Club Pick and #1 Indie Next Pick

The Princess Diaries
meets Crazy Rich Asians in Emiko Jean's Tokyo Ever After, a refreshing, spot-on (Booklist, starred review) story of an ordinary Japanese-American girl who discovers that her father is the Crown Prince of Japan.

Izumi Tanaka has never really felt like she fit in--it isn't easy being Japanese American in her small, mostly white, northern California town. Raised by a single mother, it's always been Izumi--or Izzy, because It's easier this way--and her mom against the world. But then Izumi discovers a clue to her previously unknown father's identity.and he's none other than the Crown Prince of Japan. Which means outspoken, irreverent Izzy is literally a princess.

In a whirlwind, Izumi travels to Japan to meet the father she never knew and discover the country she always dreamed of. But being a princess isn't all ball gowns and tiaras. There are conniving cousins, a hungry press, a scowling but handsome bodyguard who just might be her soulmate, and thousands of years of tradition and customs to learn practically overnight.

Izumi soon finds herself caught between worlds, and between versions Read More chevron_right

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   Cute story.
I want to find out how her mother re-adjusts her royal life.
   Loved it!
Similar to Princess Diaries, but in Japan. A romantic story for all ages to enjoy with a wonderful, funny vibe.
   Great Story of a Girl Juggling Her Cultural Identities
This is an excellent story of a young girl who juggles her cultural identities in the United States and Japan. Even my 13 year old daughter found it relatable because I am full Asian while her father is full Caucasian. Family, tradition and finding where you fit in the world.
   I wanted more....
3.5 stars : I really enjoyed this and the audio was great ( but I expected more. Still a cute, solid fun read.
   Loved It
It's Crazy Rich Asians meets The Princess Diaries meets The Bodyguard! From the beginning to the end, it is entertaining. Can 't wait for the next book to be released!
   The implausibility is annoying🤘🏻
I'm sorry, I'm trying to like and enjoy this book, but here I think so many things could have been done simply take the usual cookie-cutter tropes. The love interest is apparent, the protocolprincess lessons are BS and seem excessive based on a teen who is who she is and goes to visit her estranged father. I feel like the trope of the predictable cousin characters is bitchy, like come on! This book had so much potential and is falling flat for me. The important points related to race and diversity are well written, but because the plot and major obstacles for the MC are so common, this book has not surprised me at all. It's super disappointing.
   Beautiful story!
I want to start my book just by saying that the cover of this book might be one of my favorites. For the book itself, I found myself dragging this book out for days. Not because it was not good, but because I was not prepared to say goodbye to the characters or the story and I wanted to savor it as long as I could. Izumi is a girl who just wants to be accepted and loved for what she is in both worlds, and is apart of. She grows up and learns throughout this book and her journey was beautiful. I was upset when Izumi found out who really went behind her back about her and her bodyguard, but I think that she handled it just when she confronted the person who betrayed her. I loved it well.
   Unique Retelling of PRINCESS DIARIES through Japanese Culture
I am a fan of HNIGHT & iCON '' is one of my favorite countries in Japan. The book was PERFECT for me. Izumi is beautiful, thinking, and an inspiration for young women. With the help of her closest friends, Izumi learns that she is the daughter of the crown prince of Japan. While talking about herself and her father, Izumi learns about Japanese culture, language and traditions. I love romance as well as the challenges Izumi and her love of interest encounter. This book is highly recommended.
   Princess Diaries meets Crazy Rich Asians
Princess Diaries meets Crazy Rich Asians meets American Royals in this new YA novel in April 2021. Izumi finds out in the middle of her senior year that she is a princess of Japan and the novel follows her as she finds herself in a new role and also gets to know the father she never knew. Oh, and he happens to be the future emperor of Japan, no biggie. She navigates crazy cousins, a forbidden romance, a nosy press and finding her true self, wedged between two cultures. I loved learning more about Japanese culture in this book and it was a quick read that I devoured in one sitting!
   Fun and sparkling
Emiko Jean's writing is delightful and Izumi is totally charming and funny. I loved all the delicious dresses, the fabulous food and the palace drama. The dream group of the girlfriends. I can 't wait to read more from Emiko Jean.