The Twelve Kingdoms: Skies of Dawn
Publish date: March 2nd 2010
Pages no: 656
Edition language: English
Series: The Twelve Kingdoms (#4)
[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 ...
I have now finished all of the books in this series that were licensed and translated into English. If I could ask for one Tokyopop license rescue that hasn't already been announced, I'd ask for this. Ono created a fascinating world, and I'd happily read more about it.Skies of Dawn is probably the m...
This book is by far my favourite in the series, absolutely amazing in terms of both plot and (especially!) character development. Which is why I feel it would be unfair to lower my rating because of the quality of the translation/editing, even though it was quite outrageous: whole words and, I hear,...
The world Ono describes and writes about continues to grow in our minds. A well written story, even as it covers up its "morality play" underpinnings. A worthy continuation of the series.