Sirius: Twin Stars- A Story of Love, and Astronomy


Before we begin this review, I would like to thank TokyoPop and NetGalley for the opportunity to review this title.

It has been one month since I reviewed a manga title, and this time, we’re taking a brief break from Shonen Manga and moving into my very first yuri manga review.

Sirius: Twin Stars focuses on a young lady named Dani, who was an Elite Tennis Player with a bright future ahead of her. That was until she suffered a heart attack during a match. It forced her to retire from the sport, not only affecting her health but also affecting her relationship with her mother and her career.

Dani wanted to get away from it all, her problems, and the big city. So, she decided to go to a small village on the coast where her cousin was staying. She meets a girl named Bianca, who is full of life, and has a love for astronomy. Bianca reminds Dani that life can be beautiful, and she can shine again as the stars do.

I’ll be honest about this story, it has a great premise, and it was downright adorable. A story about chasing your dreams and finding the person that accepts you for all that you are. It reminded me of Wandance in some ways, in the aspect of chasing your dreams and meeting that one person that could change your life forever. I felt bad for Dani in the beginning, having to retire early from something she loved and having to wrestle with the feeling of being a disappointment to her family, and the impact of her newly discovered health condition is a lot to process, something a lot of readers can relate to.


Bianca was one of my favorites in this story. She was emotional and vibrant, not to mention well-written. The script was good, but the only downside to this was the use of tropes, such as Miscommunication, which is a common factor when it comes to romance and romantic comedies. I was impressed with Ana C. Sánchez’s artwork and writing. It was my first time reading her work, and I am happy I got the chance to read this beautifully drawn manga.

Sirius: Twin Stars is available now in Book Stores, and Digitally.

Final Grade:

Rating: 7 out of 10.

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