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Eugene Woodbury
Eugene Woodbury graduated from Brigham Young University with degrees in Japanese and TESOL. He has twice been a Utah Original Writing Competition finalist and is a recipient of the Sunstone Foundation Moonstone Award for short fiction. He lives in Orem, Utah, where he works as a free-lance writer... show more
Eugene Woodbury graduated from Brigham Young University with degrees in Japanese and TESOL. He has twice been a Utah Original Writing Competition finalist and is a recipient of the Sunstone Foundation Moonstone Award for short fiction. He lives in Orem, Utah, where he works as a free-lance writer and translator.
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Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it 3 years ago
Note: This work is currently available for 50% off at Smashwords. Yuki is a werewolf who's been kicked out of three schools in the past four years for getting into fights. She has a habit of acting without thinking first, and her amber eyes and brilliant white hair do an excellent job of attractin...
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Familiar Diversions rated it 3 years ago
Poseidon of the East, Vast Blue Seas of the West is Eugene Woodbury's fan translation of the book Tokyopop translated as The Vast Spread of the Seas. It takes place 500 or so years before Youko's books, although I'd still highly recommend at least reading Youko's first book before this one. Otherwis...
Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it 3 years ago
[If you want a review of the story, check out my 2015 post about Tokyopop's release. This particular post is limited to comments about Woodbury's fan translation.] I wanted to read Youko's arc all in one go, so I went straight from Woodbury's translation of the first book to this one, which takes ...
Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it 3 years ago
I downloaded Eugene Woodbury's fan translations of the Twelve Kingdoms books ages ago but dragged my feet about reading them. For one thing, I was still holding on to the hope that Yen Press (or maybe Haikasoru?) would announce a Twelve Kingdoms license rescue. For another, Woodbury's decision to tr...
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