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What it means to be the last of my kind: My nature as Spherit Folk is becoming more difficult to hide.

I’m faced with a shocking truth: Only one race can produce a Holy Woman who can save the world, and I’m the last remaining descendant of that race! With the human war raging on and traffic to my family’s inn cut off during these tremulous times, I must set off to the Mythical Continent to discover my destiny!

©2021 Kiri Komori (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Loved it!

I'm really enjoying this story. The characters feel genuine and the world building, although obvious, is incredible. I can't wait to see how far the author takes it!

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Love it!!!

it is a great story and I can not wait for the next one to come out.

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really didn't care for the voice acting at the end where a certain character is introduced

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Exposition: the light novel

Most of the story is people sitting around and talking. This is the plot/world building/lore dump that’s likely setting up the rest of the series. It can be a bit dry, but important events do happen and it is short enough to digest in a couple days.

I was completely caught off-guard by the male performer halfway through the book. His performance was still pretty bad, but at least his pronunciation has improved.

The last 30 minutes were grating, and don’t have much impact to the story as a whole. Unless certain events repeat themselves, I would feel safe in saying that it’s okay to skip it if you don’t want to listen to a man voice act as a dog and children.

Thank the air that Tinaris dropped the idiot ball back in book 2. She’s back to being a pretty smart adult trapped in a kid’s body. Her interactions, especially with Renge, truly make this book enjoyable.

Renge alone adds a whole star to the rating. Aloof characters are a dime a dozen, but a well written one that feels believable is not something you see too often in books or tv shows.

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I only got this to have something to listen to at work, and I regret it. Despite themes of human experimentation, slavery, corruption, and racism this is a hard children's book, with the narrators to match. The female narrator is consistently not good, but the male, oh boy the male narrator makes doing terrible while still being understandable a Olympic event.