The Fox's God

The Fox s God Five friends set out to save the world Not all will return In the cold north a cult attempts to wake an old god Akakiba Yuki and their friends form an alliance with the Emperor s men to stop this c

  • Title: The Fox's God
  • Author: Anna Frost
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Five friends set out to save the world Not all will return In the cold north, a cult attempts to wake an old god Akakiba, Yuki, and their friends form an alliance with the Emperor s men to stop this cult, but both sides have reasons not to trust the other There may be betrayal in the end, but of a kind no one had foreseen.

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    1. This is more of a review for the entire trilogy than just this book. That said:I love this trilogy (it is still a trilogy, right?). If it hadn't ended so perfectly I'd be begging for more. As it is, I'm looking forward to author's future works. Her storytelling, interesting characters, and references to anime have made me a lifelong fan.The plot: Each book contains it's own small plot connected to the overreaching plot. These plots are woven together in ways that, while not apparently obvious (d [...]

    2. Firstly, let me just sayI KNEW IT~! There was to my eye always a element of underlying lust between Akakibi and Jien, and Jien admits in this book that it could/might have happened if not for something.(view spoiler)[What that something is and how they met is something that Akakibi starts to tell Yuki but it's a story we will never know because THE BOOK ENDS THERE!?! I might cry. (hide spoiler)]The Fox's God leaves off where The Fox's Quest left off, with Akakibi, Yuki and company heading to whe [...]

    3. What a stupendous ending to the trilogy. I really really wish this series was an anime; it would be fantastic in that medium.The action, suspense, and intrigue kept me on the edge of my seat for the duration of the story, and the heartfelt characterization kept me engaged. It's extremely difficult to write a review for this book, and for the trilogy as a whole, without gushing over every perfect detail and giving everything away, but the ending was exactly what the story needed.If you want a sam [...]

    4. The final installment of the Kitsune Trilogy left me with mixed emotions - on one hand, it was nice to see everything tied up. (Especially Yuki and Akakiba's relationship! *flails wildly*)On the other hand, the actual plot only took up the first quarter of the book or so.Don't get me wrong - I loved seeing everybody finally get the endings they deserved (view spoiler)[except for poor Saena (hide spoiler)]but there just wasn't enough action to drive the entire book. Once the actual god slaying wa [...]

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