The Bestiary Vol. 1: The Staff of Kyade – James L. Craig
When royal soldiers attack his village in search of a magical relic, Kenji watches in horror as all that he loves is destroyed. Determined that they will not get what they want, he takes the staff they seek and flees, vowing to avenge all those he lost as soon as he can.
Boring shit and cheesy too but not so abysmally bad as to merit one star.
2 Stars – it’s a struggle to finish the damn book
I found the hum of his computer rather soothing, but it was the complete lack of unicorn carcasses that really pulled the room together.Diana Peterfreund
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Ringo ni Hachimitsu – Hideyoshico
Chapter 1-2 & extra
1- The blue parasol on the beach
2- Things like love and passion
A story about university student Matsuda Natsuki and his thoughts about his life; about how he slowly began to withdraw himself from people and eventually ended up mostly alone.
The first chapter is second chronologically. In chapter one, Natsuki and Komano are already a couple. Chapter two is the story of how they met.
Kare no Barairo no Jinsei is a sequel of these two chapters
Chapters 3-4 & 5
3- The summer of the end of the world and its shape
4- The middle part
5- The last part
A guy go to visit an old classmate to confess his love, stating as it will soon be the end of the world, he doesn’t want to have any regrets? The other one couldn’t care less about him or is it…
Hideyoshico is one of my favorite mangaka and she does the opposite attracts style really well. I enjoyed the first story more as the couple had better chemistry.