E–pub [Give to the Heart Volume 1] Ù Wann
E–pub Give to the Heart Volume 1 Ù Wann
He and Sooyi have that I hate you I love you I never want to see you again I don t want to leave your side type of relationship And it is so intense that it made me uestion Sooyi I mean come on you don t just go kissing around the man you want to kill But maybe the roblem relies in the fact that her true motives to kill Lord Ganok are not fully explained or detailed or even illustratedI do not recommend this but if you want something of a bridegod story I would suggest this lovely manga instead Bride of the Water God Volume 1 25About the artworkThe artwork is really high uality It s in the Japanese anime style including the typical anime emotions of anger comical crying face embarrassed face etc The drawings are all in black and white and though I would have refered them to be in colour they re still beautiful At times without colour though I found it a little tricky to understand what was happening in some of the drawingsFor artwork alone I d give this graphic novel 55About the storyI found it a little difficult to understand what was going on at first and think maybe it could have used an editor s help to clarify things but towards the middle of the book I started understanding what was going on betterIf I had to classify the genre of this graphic novel I d say it was a supernatural romance Though the main relationship shown in this book is the kind of love hate relationship that s abusive with a lot of arguing and shouting threats of killing or injuring one another and romantic scenes that feel like they re on the rapey side If you ve ever watched Japanese anime tv series some of the humour reminded me a lot of the same style as thatThe story ends on a cliffhanger which makes you want to read volume 2About the sound effectsYou know how comic books have the typical sound effects like POW BANG and stuff like that This graphic novel has uite uniue uses of sound effects like KRNK KRNK for knocking and a few I didn t uite understand like FROOSH and FRRR and PADADA Another one that I found uite funny is that when a character was anting say from overexertion they had the sound effect HAA HAA which for me has associations with laughter and sometimes this was used at times that were not meant to be funny at all which had an unintentional comic effectOverallIt s clear that the artist is very talented but I m afraid the story was a little too focused on unhappy situations for me to enjoy it I was given this book in exchange for an honest review I liked art style a lot and thought that made this super readable but i just did not connect with the story I found the characters a bit flat compared to other mangas and wish that certain chapters did not feel so rushedI received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review An intriguing Manga and one which throws the reader a curveball early on with shenanigans about a strange world with its own mythology from the The Cowboy and His Baby point of view of artefact dealers and hunters before getting us much intimate inroceedings ethereal Too intimate if truth be told as the sexual relationship as Secure Location played out in unfortunately circuitous and annoyingly unattributed dialogue is a little unsavoury to see in such detail at times Still with some easyatterning for shading the artwork is a step above the usual for the genre the characters are attractive yet still human for once and the story is definitely on the interesting side And the The Everyday Witch (Beatrice Bailey, production values go as far as completely making it a western left to right beginning to end edition unlike so many others Unlike too some instances of Manga being split into twoarts for little reason on netgalley I was certainly happy to go back for a second helping. Ple human woman named Sooyi Lord Ganok uickly learns that the human heart contains intense storms than he could ever hope to create Further Sooyi seeks out a ower of her own in order to fulfill an old vendettathe ower to slay the Water King once and for all.
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I ve read the authorillustrator Wann s 100% Perfect Girl a few years back and although I had a lovehate relationship with that manhwa when I saw Give to the Heart on Netgalley I immediately reuested it because as much as 100% Perfect Girl made me rage about the characters at times it kept me at the edge of my seat with it s soapy angsty drama I knew that this was originally a webtoon so I was expecting this to be in full color like most webtoons I ve read and it was a bit of a disappointment that it wasn t I ve always enjoyed the author s illustrations though which is another reason why I was curious about this in the first Reign of Ash (The Chosen placeGive to the Heart is very different from 100% Perfect Girl because unlike the latter s contemporary setting the former is of a fantasy Years in the future Earth has becomerimitiv I liked this I liked how it opened and you didn t know the characters or what was going on and you had to figure out what was happening I also liked the illustrations Lord Ganok s hair is everything along with his sculpted body I have the second book so I ll get to reading it soonThumbs up Give to the Heart Volume 1 by Wann4 starsLord Ganok rules as god of the waters Sooyi is bent on assassinating the Water King after he held her captive It should be easy to slay him but he has Bred by the Beastmen (Bred by the Beastmen power and charming ways I did a horrible way of describing the story line for this manga The storyline isretty awesome I actually happen to love it Volume 1 is a lot of fun and I flew threw it The storyline writing Fline en Lingerie plot and characters are all fascinating The artwork is beautiful It s definitely worth checking out if you are a manga fanWhimsical Writing Scale 4I can t remember much about Sooyi besides the fact that I liked her Kick Butt Heroine Scale 3Ganok is an entertaining character and heretty much made me love this story I know some Surface people will hate him but I love him He s very true to the manga god stereotype but I kind of love that stereotype OOPS Swoon Worthy Scale 5There are some characters in here that I really like and then there are some that I m not crazy about Character Scale 4Plotastic Scale 425Here s aicture of the artArt Scale 5Cover Thoughts I love this cover I love the way the blues bleed in the background into darker and lighter blues It s not amazing but it s a Orange 5 (オレンジ, pretty good cover for a manga Thank you Netgalley and NETCOMICS forrovided me a copy in exchange for an honest review Give to the Heart Volume 1 by Wann is an interesting remise for a story My only uestion after reading it is Why can t the male characters manage to keep their shirts onIn the far distant future civilization as we know it is a distant memory Humans live in new rimitive cities but the old cities still remain Three gods rule things One of these is Lord Ganok who rules the waters He is the most tempestuous Denying water or sending too much Some of this could be due to his missing wife Meanwhile his wife is trying to find her way to the Dead City in order to destroy Lord Ganok When he finds her he has to decide if loving her means keeping her captive and making her miserable or letting her go and making himself miserableIt s anime style but it reads like conventional Western comic The anime emotions are all evident as little comic heads or character thoughts outside of word balloons I liked the art and story It s not complete in this volume but as long as you know that and that it leans heavily on it s Asian story roots it s a good story I was a little The Scot put off by the overy aggressive domination of theoor human female in this bookI received a review copy of this graphic novel from Diamond Book Distributors Netcomics and NetGalley in exchange for. In the far off distant future the Earth suffers a cataclysm that destroys modern civilization Over centuries human survivors regroup and organize into rimitive cities Three godlike beings arise and oversee the well being of the world Lord Ganok rules all wat.
An honest review Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel As I don t normally read graphic novels my friend asked me to me to give this a go Not bad at all I liked the mythology that started it off Great artwork through out and I managed to finish it in one short sitting very roblematic manga WHAT THE HELL I should have known better We have a The Greatest Victory problem hereHere is the Goodreads description for this bookIn the far off distant future the Earth suffers a cataclysm that destroys modern civilization Over centuries human survivors regroup and organize intorimitive cities Three godlike beings arise and oversee the well being of the world Lord Ganok rules all waters Nations Second Chance Pass (Virgin River, prosper or starve on his whim He nourishes farmlands with rainfall or blights entire realms with drought He can unleash violent storms that level entire cities Yet despite all his awe inspiring abilities the Water King can t win the heart of a simple human woman named Sooyi Lord Ganok uickly learns that the human heart contains intense storms than he could ever hope to create Further Sooyi seeks out aower of her own in order to fulfill an old vendettathe Fates Monolith (MacLomain, power to slay the Water King once and for allAnd here is the NetGalley description for this bookThe most fantastic journey is growing up Eleven year old Pepe s world turns inside out when he finds himselfulled inside the walls of his own home seemingly trapped in a strange and surreal At the Wolfs Table place As he searches for a way out he discovers a myriad of strange intriguing and frightening characters who ultimately lead him to complete the greatest journey of them all growing upA fantastical trip through a strange landscape that explores the changingerspective of a young boy facing adulthood As surreal as Alice in Wonderland with a A Family Scandal powerful truth underneath it all This beautifully illustrated watercolored tale will make readers long for the simplicity of youth while embracing the wonderful complexities of adulthood RESPONSIBILITY LOVE CONSEUENCE and ultimately the shocking inevitable realities of LIFE and DEATHWritten by Pierre Pauet this honestortrayal of a moment from his own life will take readers to a land of contemplation and adventureWHAT THE HELL Naturally this is the one I read because I trust NetGalley and that is where got this book from Why wouldn t I But I can tell after finishing this manga with my eyes hurting from rolling them so much that there is no eleven year old Pepe who finds himself embracing the wonderful complexities of adulthood And except for some Ruthless Game (GhostWalkers, pages at the beginning it was in black and white A mangaBut this is not why I gave this title a one star rating It has to do with it yes because I was expecting something completely different but it s really the story that had me cheesied out of my mind That word does not exist I just invented it I guess I should have known better since obviously the book coverortrays no eleven year old kid but you never know and NetGalley doesn t usually do these kinds of mistakesThis is the story of Sooyi who escapes again and again from the Water King s clutches dwelling and tries to find the Dead City in order to kill him But Lord Ganok always finds her and that with reason After all she is his brideBut we don t know this until 13 of the manga She just wanders around the Mooga city and saves a random guy that is well drawn and interesting but uite out of character in a scene in which he wishes impulsively to rape Sooyi And Sooyi forgives him after like 2 3 The Perfect Weapon pages And then we never see him againAnd the Water King bangs head on desk He isn t that well drawn honestly He has that half finished kind of face And his character WILL DRIVE YOU CRAZY. Ers Nationsrosper or starve on his whim He nourishes farmlands with rainfall or blights entire realms with drought He can unleash violent storms that level entire cities Yet despite all his awe inspiring abilities the Water King can't win the heart of a sim.
Debuted with Stupid in 1997Main works Honey The return of the Princess Louina Fining A Hidden Handsome Man Miracle I Wanna Be Happy Anne the Lover