The Grand Maze has been around for as long as anyone knows. Daily many go into the maze, however none have ever reached the bottom. An out of work Bladenzer, changes jobs to the more profitable healing trade and returns to the maze to see if she can find the end and make a bit of coin doing it. However one does not delve into the Maze alone, she drum up a rag tag band of followers to help her along the way. What lurks below the town and what secrets do the monsters have there?Read More
This book went with the disappointing ending that I knew it was going towards about the time it started. It had so much potential to be the “fuck you dude” book, but slipped back into the “girls only date shitty abusive boys” novels that have already been brought over. (See: Violet Knight, Silver Siren)
It could have had the plot twist ending where she ended up with the harem too and escaped the game. No, she went with stalker bro and even ditched the much better Eita. Abusive men don’t need to be rewarded for suddenly acting decent. She tells the guy a million times to leave her alone and he doesn’t. He only had a change of heart to suit himself. He’s still getting what he wants, and that’s an object to put into his collection.
What gets me is that she doesn’t ever question her liking at ...Read More
The books still have the Shun parts in them and honestly they give more book over t...
This book is so bad it doesn’t even have a decent ending. It’s one of those “You imagine what happens next!”
Overall this book has a tone of “women can’t do anything without a man, especially old women.” They bite each other’s backs and always talk about doing things, but never get them done.
The author, a dude, waxes on how weak old women are so much that when the bear attacks, they just turn into gibs like in FPS games. That.. doesn’t happen. Of course the women fail to attack the Village and thus the men are saved, as women hating men is baaad. Men hating women and thus tossing them onto a Mountain is goooood. I get the feeling the broauthor has some pent up issues about his grandparents.
Overall another misogynistic book, byt ...