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Poseidon of the East, Vast Blue Seas in the West - Fuyumi Ono, Eugene Woodbury
Poseidon of the East, Vast Blue Seas in the West
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When only an eggfruit, the kirin of the En Kingdom, Rokuta, was transported to Japan for his own protection. But he was abandoned soon after birth by his surrogate parents, left to fend for himself in the mountains. It just so happened that at the same time, a young boy in the En Kingdom named... show more
When only an eggfruit, the kirin of the En Kingdom, Rokuta, was transported to Japan for his own protection. But he was abandoned soon after birth by his surrogate parents, left to fend for himself in the mountains. It just so happened that at the same time, a young boy in the En Kingdom named Koya was also abandoned by his own parents, after which he was raised by demon beasts. Their similar circumstances aren't the only thing to bind these two boys, though. Twenty years after their abandonment, their destinies intersect, with potentially disastrous consequences for the En Kingdom.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 4062551683
Publisher: Eugene Woodbury
Pages no: 198
Edition language: English
Series: The Twelve Kingdoms (#3)
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Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it
3.0 Poseidon of the East, Vast Blue Seas of the West by Fuyumi Ono, translated by Eugene Woodbury
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
3.0 The Twelve Kingdoms, Vol. 3: The Vast Spread of the Seas (book) by Fuyumi Ono, translated by Alexander O. Smith and Elye J. Alexander
Although I've previously reviewed this, I decided I'm going to write a new review for my reread.This is my least favorite book in the series, although it was less emotionally draining to read than Sea of Shadow. The fantasy aspects of the world of the Twelve Kingdoms seemed to be less on the forefro...
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4.0 The Twelve Kingdoms, Volume 3: The Vast Spread of the Seas
A great continuation to the series. Once again, the author gives us the story of another Kingdom. We get to return to En, which was introduced to us in the first book. We reunite with Enki and the King, Shoryu. This book focuses on how the two met, and how the prosperous rule under them began. ...
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4.0 The Vast Spread of the Seas (Twelve Kingdoms #3)
the story of En. The Taiho chooses a king. The king appears lacksadaisical and everything. A regent of the land starts up a rebellion ostensibly to make things better for the people. In truth he just wants praise. The King gets things taken care of with minimal bloodshed and the Enkai/Taiho, etc, et...
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