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|Title||:||水神の生贄 2 (Suijin no Ikenie #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||183 pages|
December 25, 2017
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As the second volume of a manga this volume completes the storyline started in the first and continues a new one. I have similar feelings toward it as I did for the first volume. See my review of volume one... OR check out...
November 27, 2017
Today's post is on The Water Dragon's Bride volume 2 by Rei Toma. It is the first in her Suijin no Hanayome series. It is 192 pages long and is published by Shojo Beat. The cover has two of the main characters on it looking at each other. The intended reader is someone who likes shojo and histori...
February 10, 2018
The creepy overtones continue as an immortal god with an adult form shows a discomforting interest in the pre-treen girl he has taken as a bride. For instance, there is no subliminal penis in this image as the god teleports away after watching the girl and her friend sleep.
And this is magic dripp...
September 16, 2017
Our heroine's further adventures.
She learns of someone who couldn't go back, the dragon reacts to the village (for the first time), her friend protects her, the other gods still find the whole thing interesting, and more.
August 28, 2017
(Contains light spoilers.)
So far, this series seems beautiful and sad. Asahi and Subaru have a true friendship, a connection despite everything going against them. The Water God is making it hard on them, and Subaru's mother is awful, and even the village as a whole is awful. Then the Water...
December 30, 2017
Back in the land of humans, Asahi is suffering from burns because well, they tried to test her again. It seems Subaru's mother is very intent on keeping her son away from the strangely charming child that came into their world. But now, the Water God has developed a soft spot for his tribute and...
December 11, 2017
While I was leery about this series after the first volume, the second volume has managed to secure my interest. Gone is overly obnoxious Asahi of the first volume, and thank goodness because there is fine line between an awful snot character and a spunky outspoken one.
The cons: the motivations...
January 10, 2018
"These creatures may revere the gods but they also wish to force the gods to do their bidding."
Alright, I'm digging this series. The heroine is lovely and she suffers so much it's hard to watch. Yet, she does her best despite having her voice stolen, being a child, and being hunted by those who c...
December 11, 2017
Thoughts and Plot
Things are finally starting to pick up. The Water Dragon God becomes angry with the people of the village for trying to force him to do their will through their silly rituals and prayers. He sets out to destroy the village after rescuing Asahi from Subaru's abusive mother...
July 16, 2017
The story continues. One thing I will saw, I'm really enjoying the simple, uncluttered pages and well-drawn, clean characters. It's refreshing. I'd give this volume 3 stars just for the page of the water dragon god looming/lurking in the water. I love he only has one horn (why? Who knows?)