(EBOOK/EPUB) Rain Paper Gods #2

  • Paperback
  • 300
  • Rain Paper Gods #2
  • Amanda Sun
  • English
  • 16 March 2020
  • 9780373211111

Amanda Sun Õ 5 review

review Rain Paper Gods #2 ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ Amanda Sun Read Rain Paper Gods #2 American Katie Green has decided to stay in Japan She's started to build a life in the city of Shizuoka and she can't imagine leaving behind her friends her aunt and especially Tomohiro the guy she's fallen in love with But her return is not as simple as she thought She's flunking out of Japanese school and committing cultural faux pa. SO MUCH HAPPENED Oh my gosh And a certain character really surprised me I especially liked all the sexy times with TomoThe middle felt like it was dragging on a bit which is why I took off a star But other than that and a few other minor things looooved this bookNeed the next book NOW

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review Rain Paper Gods #2 ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ Amanda Sun Read Rain Paper Gods #2 Re how to help Tomo Katie turns to an unexpected source for help Jun her former friend and a Kami with an agenda of his own But is Jun really the ally he claims to be In order to save themselves Katie and Tomohiro must unravel the truth about Tomo's dark ancestry as well as Katie's and confront one of the darkest gods in Japanese lege. This review appears on Happy Indulgence Check it out for reviews A wonderful Japanese setting coupled with a rich exploration of Japanese mythology about Kami Rain was an excellent seuel of Ink I love how the Paper Gods series brings the rich and vibrant Japanese culture to life It interchanges the language into the dialogue which is never difficult to pick up talks about wearing traditional yukata having bento boxes for lunch and living in traditional guest rooms with tatami mats Japan is one of my favourite places and the culture and traditions felt authenticRain focuses centrally on the Kami mythology with Katie and Tomohiro struggling to understand the effects of the ink which seems to be spiraling out of control Tomo s loose grip on his powers bring about some pretty epic scenes where a whole festival explodes in a rain of ink and he keeps on succumbing to the dark side during kendo The two have a tumultuous relationship as they try and work through their issues with his powers which only seem to get worse with Katie around I was swept up in the beautiful mythology and the paintings sprinkled throughout the paperback as Katie explores the origins of the Kami and her own pastCompared to the first book Katie was a lot less annoying and mature as she is focused on helping Tomohiro overcome his dangerous Ink powers as a Kami and finding out about her own powers I liked how she shared her struggles of being a foreigner in Japan such as the difficulty of picking up the language learning kanji and of needing to read between the lines when it came to emotions These cultural differences could only be pinpointed by someone who had experienced the culture first hand and the author having been in Katie s situation captured it in a candid way She still continues her stalker tendencies though by turning up to Jun s school now on then to find out about the KamiThe romance leaves a lot to be desired as it succumbs to cliche elements throughout the novel There s a love triangle with Jun the bad boy and enemy to her boyfriend which she sneaks around with and keeps a secret and the interfering jealous girl Katie and Tomo also decide they need to stay away from each other so their powers don t hurt each other even though their feelings are strong Both Jun and Tomo have their own complex stories which made them interesting love interests I couldn t see or feel why they would be attracted to Katie though and the novel doesn t really show us thisI enjoyed the friendship angle here with Katie building authentic relationships with her friends Tanaka and Yuki who helped her with her study struggles and stood by herRain was an improvement over Ink as it explored the mythological aspects of Kami and had some pretty epic scenes with drawings coming to life While the relationship aspect of the book felt contrived this series captures the beauty and the authenticity of living in Japan which I really enjoyed A great cultural YA novel covering the beautiful culture of Japan coupled with rich beautiful Japanese mythology I received a review copy from Harleuin Australia in exchange for an honest review Buddhist Modernities yukata having bento boxes for lunch and living in traditional guest rooms with tatami mats Japan is one of my favourite places and the culture and traditions felt authenticRain focuses centrally on the Kami mythology with Katie and Tomohiro struggling to understand the effects of the ink which seems to be spiraling out of control Tomo s loose grip on his powers bring about some pretty epic scenes where a whole festival explodes in a rain of ink and he keeps on succumbing to the dark side during kendo The two have a tumultuous relationship as they try and work through their issues with his powers which only seem to get worse with Katie around I was swept up in the beautiful mythology and the paintings sprinkled throughout the paperback as Katie explores the origins of the Kami and her own pastCompared to the first book Katie was a lot less annoying and mature as she is focused on helping Tomohiro overcome his dangerous Ink powers as a Kami and finding out about her own powers I liked how she shared her struggles of being a foreigner in Japan such as the difficulty of picking up the language learning kanji and of needing to read between the lines when it came to emotions These cultural differences could only be pinpointed by someone who had experienced the culture first hand and the author having been in Katie s situation captured it in a candid way She still continues her stalker tendencies though by turning up to Jun s school now on then to find out about the KamiThe romance leaves a lot to be desired as it succumbs to cliche elements throughout the novel There s a love triangle with Jun the bad boy and enemy to her boyfriend which she sneaks around with and keeps a secret and the interfering jealous girl Katie and Tomo also decide they need to stay away from each other so their powers don t hurt each other even though their feelings are strong Both Jun and Tomo have their own complex stories which made them interesting love interests I couldn t see or feel why they would be attracted to Katie though and the novel doesn t really show us thisI enjoyed the friendship angle here with Katie building authentic relationships with her friends Tanaka and Yuki who helped her with her study struggles and stood by herRain was an improvement over Ink as it explored the mythological aspects of Kami and had some pretty epic scenes with drawings coming to life While the relationship aspect of the book felt contrived this series captures the beauty and the authenticity of living in Japan which I really enjoyed A great cultural YA novel covering the beautiful culture of Japan coupled with rich beautiful Japanese mythology I received a review copy from Harleuin Australia in exchange for an honest review

review Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ Amanda Sun

review Rain Paper Gods #2 ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review Ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ Amanda Sun Read Rain Paper Gods #2 S wherever she goes Tomohiro is also struggling as a Kami his connection to the ancient gods of Japan and his power to bring drawings to life have begun to spiral out of controlWhen Tomo decides to stop drawing the ink finds other ways to seep into his life blackouts threatening messages and the appearance of unexplained sketches Unsu. I CAN T WAIT FOR THIS BOOK OMFG