The introduction to this world is perfect and captivating. There are so many questions to ask, but none that hinder the reading experience. It rather enhances it.
The art is really pretty and well done, and I love all the colors. The pacing is perfect and exciting. I really enjoyed being introduced to the characters. Ereya feels like a strong character; even though she’s a princess, she’s willing to put herself in danger to save others, and she doesn’t let her past trauma stop her.
Toward the end, the weapon used is a lot like the quinque Mado uses in Tokyo Ghoul. That was a super cool and exciting weapon to see, and my bias and love for Tokyo ghoul helped me really enjoy the last bit of the book.
I look forward to the next.
One Planet. 7 Houses. The 200 Year War. A ban on expanding and colonizing other planets based on religion and prophecy. The creation of chimeras, lab-made animal-human hybrids and their struggle for emacipation. And a looming cosmic doom. All that has to be solved by the soldier and princess Ereya of House Dorrean. Will she succeed or will a fate worse than death await her?
Roeyan Saga Volume 1 contains chapters 1-5 and the extra Noble Houses.
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