[Epub] Kokoro (Kojiki, #2) By Keith Yatsuhashi – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk


Kokoro (Kojiki, #2) Masterfully Combining Fantasy, Science Fiction And Japanese Mythology, The Sequel To Kojiki Takes Us Into The Heart Of A War That Spreads Across The Worlds On The Planet Of Higo, Without The Guidance Of The Great Spirits, Its People Are Descending Into Religious Civil War Baiyren Tallaenaq, Prince Of Higo, Is Exiled After Causing The Death Of His Mother Freed From His Responsibilities And The Looming War, He Steals Their Greatest Weapon A Giant, Sentient, Armoured Suit And Uses It To Open A Portal To A World He Never Knew Existed A World Called Earth Home Of A Magical Young Woman Called Keiko File Under Fantasy


10 thoughts on “Kokoro (Kojiki, #2)

  1. says:

    This was much better than the first book in the series, but it still had some problems The story takes place on another world similar to Earth, called Higo and centres around two almighty weapons called mah zhins think huge iron man type thing One member of the royal family has been able to wake up one of the mah zhins and has used it for a while to dominate the world Another is doing his best to wake the other mah zhin up to even the score, so there s a bit of an arms race going on In my This was much better than the first book in the series, but it still had some problems The story takes place on another world similar to Earth, called Higo and centres around two almighty weapons called mah zhins think huge iron man type thing ...


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    Read all my reviews on For the biggest part of Kokoro I felt like I was missing a lot of it It is of course my own fault for not realizing it was a sequel before getting the book, but still this is one of these books I would certainly not recommend reading as a stand alone as you will probably feel as lost as I did It s presented as a combination of Japanese folklore and science fiction, and at times it felt like I was reading a manga without the picturesRead all my reviews on For the biggest part of Kokoro I felt like I was missing a lot of it It is of course my own fault for not realizing it was a sequel before getting the book, but still this is one of these books I would certainly not recommend reading as a stand alone as you will probably feel as lost as I did It s presented as a combination of J...


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    Angry RobotPublishing Date April 2017ISBN 9780857666192Genre FantasyRating 1.5 5Publishers Description On the planet of Higo, without the guidance of the Great Spirits, its people are descending into religious civil war Baiyren Tallaenaq, Prince of Higo, is exiled after causing the death of his mother Freed from his responsibilities and the looming war, he steals their greatest weapon a giant, sentient, armoured suit and uses it to op Angry RobotPublishing Date April 2017ISBN 9780857666192Genre FantasyRating 1.5 5Publishers Description On the planet of Higo, without the guidance of the Great Spirits, its people are descending into religious civil war Baiyren Tallaenaq, Prince of Higo, is exiled after causing the death of his mother Freed from his responsibilities and the looming war, he steals their greatest weapon a giant, sentient, armoured suit and uses it to open a Portal to a world he never knew existed A world called Earth home of a magical young woman called Keiko Review I am not sure what happened here Where Kojiki was streamlined, Kokoro was laden with too much of, well everything Characters, names and places and back history, all inter leaved with constant over the top action This process rendered the story line indiscernible and vague and subsequently lacked the detail required to visualize The clich presented the form of Juno, really put me off this novel Selfish, myopic ...


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    Full review A Bohemian Mind at WorkThis book is good for readers who like a mix of fantasy and science fiction.3.5 Bohostars Please note that I haven t read the series starter, Kojiki Kokoro can be read as a standalone.I received the book Kokoro the second book from Keith Yatsuhashi s sci fi fantasy portal fantasy series Kojiki from the publisher Angry Robot Books via Netgalley.This book has given me some mixed feelings.The characters, while interesting, didn t leave much impact on my mind Full review A Bohemian Mind at WorkThis book is good for readers who like a mix of fantasy and science fiction.3.5 Bohostars Please note that I haven t read the series starter, Kojiki Kokoro can be read as a standalone.I received the book Kokoro the second book from Keith Yatsuhashi s sci fi fantasy portal fantasy series Kojiki from the publisher Angry Robot Books via Netgalley.This book has given me some mixed feelings.The characters, while interesting, didn t leave much impact on my mind Other than Keiko, who I think played the role of an anchor She connected the characters, the...


  5. says:

    Received book from NetGalley for an honest review.I really enjoyed this book Yes, some of the scenes between Baiyren and Juno were a bit cheesy, but it was just such a good read A lot of the book was kinda predictable, but the characters were completely worth reading I really appreciated Keiko s commentary on the goings on of the books At the same time, there were some important plot points that I actually didn t see coming The best part was, while they were surprising, they didn t feel co Received book from NetGalley for an honest review.I rea...


  6. says:

    Portals to other worlds, giant mecha and moody gods Kokoro contains all the exciting elements of a great anime story But it s the characters complex and struggling to make hard decisions with very little information that breathes life into this novel A winner


  7. says:

    I received the book Kokoro the second book from Keith Yatsuhashi s sci fi fantasy portal fantasy series Kojiki from the publisher Angry Robot Books via Netgalley.This book has given me some mixed feelings.The characters, while interesting, didn t leave much impact on my mind Other than Keiko, who I think played the role of an anchor She connected the characters, their life, sorted out their path, and influenced the protagonists Baiyren and Juno Oh, I found Regan interesting Pleasant surpri I received the book Kokoro the second book from Keith Yatsuhashi s sci fi fantasy portal fantasy series Kojiki from the publisher Angry Robot Books via Netgalley.This book has given me some mixed feelings.The characters, while interesting, didn t leave much impact on my mind Other than Keiko, who I think played the role of an anchor She connected the characters, their life, sorted out their path, and influenced the protagonists Baiyren and Juno Oh, I found Regan interesting Pleasant surprise near the end.T...


  8. says:

    Kokoro is an impressive follow up to Kojiki Yatsuhashi managed to scale his story to magnificent sizes and creates a cast of characters that are delightful, complex, and have compelling arts.My favorite thing was that in spite of the size of the world building, there was still room for intensely personal stories The entire conflict within the royal family of Higo really captured my attention In the end, I appreciated the sense of villainy on a cosmic scale and how people ultimately brought th Kokoro is an impressive follow up to Kojiki Yatsuhashi managed to scale his story to magnificent sizes and creates a cast of characters that are delightful, complex, and have compelling arts.My favorite thing was that in spite of the size of the world building, there was still room for intensely personal stories The entire conflict within the royal family of Higo really captured my attention In the end, I appreciated the sense of villainy on a cosmic scale and how people ultimately brou...


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    If you had told me I would like a book about mecha, I would have thought you were mistaken before reading Kokoro I love anime and manga and sci fi fantasy novels, but not mecha Mecha, for those who don t know, is a genre that involves giant fighting robots I don t not like mecha stories, I am just kind of m...


  10. says:

    I didn t like this book at all like I didn t like a mushroom in a ramen bowl.Let s begin with the writing like farts begin with a slight twitch in the bowels The text is corpulent with egregious and convoluted similes like a bloated beached whale on the frigid shores of Brighton beach as autumn wanes and winter dawns, the dialogue as believable as a ...


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