Tengoku

Rae D. Magdon

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Tengoku

Tengoku Aozora Kaede is on the run Forced to flee from home after a violent disagreement with her aunt and cousin she is a wanderer with a spirit wolf as her only companion Homura Imari lives in the lap of l

  • Title: Tengoku
  • Author: Rae D. Magdon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Aozora Kaede is on the run Forced to flee from home after a violent disagreement with her aunt and cousin, she is a wanderer with a spirit wolf as her only companion Homura Imari lives in the lap of luxury As the daughter of a daimyo, her duties are clear stay home and learn how to rule the province she will inherit But when fate brings the two of them together, ImariAozora Kaede is on the run Forced to flee from home after a violent disagreement with her aunt and cousin, she is a wanderer with a spirit wolf as her only companion Homura Imari lives in the lap of luxury As the daughter of a daimyo, her duties are clear stay home and learn how to rule the province she will inherit But when fate brings the two of them together, Imari notices Kaede s connection to the spirits and decides to ask for a favor She needs someone to guide her to Hongshan, a faraway mountain where a magical blacksmith is rud to live a blacksmith who can hopefully replace her missing left hand Together, they must travel across the treacherous Jade Sea, protect themselves from Kaede s vengeful family, and perhaps even save the Empire from destruction.

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    1. lov2laf on said:

      4.25 starsTengoku is another solid tale from Rae D. Magdon that does not disappoint. This is a fantasy, adventure story based in Japanese culture told through an engaging cast of humans and spirit animals (i.e. animals that talk and/or can shape-shift). Magdon does a great job in characterization, world building, and delivering a naturally flowing narrative.The story centers around Kaede and Imari. Kaede is on the run from her family, rejecting her role in causing more deaths after her Aunt's po [...]

    2. Val on said:

      4.5 stars. I truly enjoyed this unique fantasy novel. I've always been fascinated by Asian cultures and this book is set in a fictional Japanese kingdom. It has spirit animals who can talk and there's even a dragon! It's just a really cool story and has a heartwarming romance to add to its appeal. I loved it.

    3. Flowerscat on said:

      4.5 stars. Not quiet enough for the 5. More when I have a chance to think about it.

    4. Angelica Yanza on said:

      This is the first transgender story I have ever read and I think Rae D. Magdon has spoiled me for all other transgender stories, except for her fanfiction story "Taking the Shot." I don't think that I will ever read another transgender story and not find it wanting in comparison to those and the latter isn't even completed yet. However, it is not because of that one aspect that I decided to read this book; I was curious to see how she was going to take her niche of writing and turn it into an or [...]

    5. Chris on said:

      I have read all of Rae’s published works and I will say that this, by far, is her best. From her characters to the setting, I was absolutely enthralled with every word. I’m not sure if I can explain it properly without giving too much away, but I’ll start with the characters.I find the growth of the main characters happens at a good pace overall. They were well rounded, not flat at all, and very dynamic. What got me though, was the minor characters. I sometimes read stories that have a mul [...]

    6. Wesley on said:

      Tengoku is fabulous. Of Magdon’s other work, I have read only her Amendyr series so far, and while those books were also excellent reads, the author has certainly honed her technique since then. Tengoku offers an exciting and moving blend of fantasy adventure and (mostly) Sapphic romance. The setting is a well-drawn analog of feudal Japan, and the characters are layered and engaging. The story incorporates trans characters and characters with disabilities with respect and sensitivity. While so [...]

    7. Lea Hurst on said:

      One of the best period-fantasy-drama works I’ve read in the past year, Tengoku is a rush from start to finish, and contains some of the most beautiful love scenes I’ve read that deal with gender identity and dysphoria. You will fall in love with Imari, and I think that’s only fair. Highly recommend for any fans of yokai legends combined with LGBT themes, and anyone in general.

    8. Cartand on said:

      It comes to no surprise, there is a lot of action in this book, awesome, totally enthralling, heart pounding action scenes.

    9. Heather Henkel on said:

      Good storyThis was a great story and I loved that the main character was non binary. I really liked all the characters.

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