L'esercito del regno di Rakia avanza. La minaccia delle truppe guidate dal dio della guerra Ares incombe improvvisa. I soldati in marcia verso la città labirinto sono trentamila. Di fronte al rimbombare dei passi delle truppe che si avvicinano, a Orario... non è cambiato nulla. «Lasciamo Bell e la sua Familia tranquilli per una volta.» Mentre fuori dalle mura cittadine riecheggiano le grida di dolore degli aggressori caduti per mano di fortissimi avventurieri, la vita continua serena. La proposta di matrimonio di un pallum, una bella guardia del corpo, il segreto di una ragazza di città, la canzone d'amore per una certa divinità... e infine le parole romantiche di una dea. Una raccolta di episodi di vita quotidiana tra Dei e Bambini. «lo sarò sempre con te, Bell.»
- ISBN: 8832758679
- Casa Editrice: Edizioni BD
- Pagine: 396
A collection of stories that focus on the romantic feelings between some of the lesser characters. The author was quite good at including important main plot tidbits around the book, making it unskipable. There is also an atempt to clarify the whole god+adventurer relationship and in the end there i Leggi tutto
Book number 8 finished... Lots of short stories this time round, aimed at each other the individual characters love interests with some good comic relief.. While the individual stories were playing out there is a bigger overall story of the city going on int he background and throughout each story th Leggi tutto
Not my favorite of the series but still really liked it as a whole. Any time you put together a collection of stories some will be better than others... and such is the case here. None of them was truly awful but a few certainly stood out. And as usual, there is often not a consensus on which ones a Leggi tutto
Lots of Fluff While the story still follows the same characters, this felt more like a side story than something that contributed to the actual plot. I believe this one should have been advertised separate from the series to allow readers wanting more content to be able to read it separate from the m Leggi tutto
This volume provides a more personal insight into some of the secondary characters of the story, but there are still some progression in the story setting up many instances of foreshadowing. If you were looking for more plot-progression I would recommend that you skip this novel, but I would recomme Leggi tutto
Each story was great. They were well written and very entertaining. I will admit this took way longer than any book I have ever read. It wasn't a bad book. I just was never into books of short stories. Each story was well written and good in the own right. Each story takes place during a war between Leggi tutto
Great book and story. One hiccup. I've been enthralled with this series and this book is no exception. I feel bad about taking a star away, but the annoyance I felt needs to be noted. The chapter images were setup as links. So if you are like me and tap to change pages, instead of it continuing like i Leggi tutto
Gods in Love This volume plays out in a series of vignettes revolving around major players and their love for a god, or a god's love for them. In the beginning it felt a bit disjointed, but does come together in the end for a worthwhile read as well as some heavy foreshadowing at things to come.
This book was somewhat of a departure from the series in that it's more about various side stories with romantic undertones. There's a plot thread that loosely ties them all together. I enjoyed the slice of life aspect and of course, the romance angles which let a lot of side characters grow and bec Leggi tutto
Was this written in 1950? Ōmori's primitive ideas about women and romance have always been embarrassing, but in a collection of slice-of-life romantic-focused stories, his chauvinism REALLY takes center stage. The only redeeming quality to this collection is the legitimately (and surprisingly) moving Leggi tutto
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