Why is my skepticism meter off the charts with this cover art? Can it hold a candle to Say I Love You, or is it gonna be a toss like Hare-kon?
Okay. The cover art is compelling. Now is the story good?
As a continuation from last week, let’s continue our review of The Shield Road by Dewi Hargreaves. This time, we’re looking at the second section of the book: Tomb. This time, instead of Rensa and Theod, we turn to the traveling witch and her sought out tomb at the bottom of a lake. This one…
A pastel college coming of age slice of life . The story arc is worked out, but will it engage?
Is it romance or full of tropes? Does it push the boundaries of what we know of BL Romance? Can it go the distance, or is it a flash in the pan?
Alright, it's got monsters and a well represented cast and a bit of heat. Can it do the whole story arc thing though?
A validly angry MC, a cute tanuki woman, an isekai world. What possibly could go wrong?
Why all the Latin? I get a lot of that one actually. “The Latin is difficult…” “The Latin’s weird…” etc. etc. So why all the Latin? If it helps, the characters were originally named: Bark, Twister, Blackmoon, Saint, Doc, Molly, Pony, and Clerk. Urbs Aquarum was Tuloma, and this whole dang thing was supposed to…
So, I have two sections in Subgalaxia – Chambers and Subgalaxia. I wrote the first three chapters of Chambers back in high school and then shelved the book for almost a decade. Had no idea what to do with a handful of pages. I wanted something fascinating, but was lost. It was just a little…
The Shield Road is short work wrapping up a series of stories. Does the pacing work? Are the arcs complete? What about the character development?