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Where Can I Read Cirque Du Freak Manga For Free?

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You can't legally as authors are like everyone else and want to be paid for their efforts - so it would be irresponsible to guide you to specific sites where you can.

Only in rare cases do artists allow their work to be published on the Internet for free use. That's not to say there aren't places online where you will find what you're looking for. If you do come across the works though, they will either be someone's fabrication, or, more likely, they will be pirated.

If you want to read a book for free, head to your local library. Darren Shan's Vampire Blood Trilogy is certainly popular enough to be in most moderately sized libraries. The Manga versions will be harder to find but Abebooks might be a place to start. It sources bookshops all over the world and you can pick up books on there for under $1 sometimes.

The first is Cirque du Freak: A Living Nightmare which was first published in Great Britain by HarperCollins in 2000. The trilogy is actually the first three works of a 12 book saga.

Cirque du Freak is now a major motion picture too.

Darren Shan is actually a pen name. The author's full name is Darren O'Shaughnessy. He was born in 1972 in London but at the age of six he moved with his family to Ireland where he has lived ever since.

The Manga series is illustrated by Takahiro Arai who won a contest to draw the series. It was first published in the magazine Sh_nen Sunday from 2006 to 2009.

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