The war is over and a new time of peace spreads across the continent. Violet, an orphan trained to be a living weapon, has survived, but she lost both of her arms and her commander, Major Bougainvillea.
Without orders, she struggles to come to terms with her new life. The Major’s longtime friend takes Violet in and gives her a job in his mail company. Desperate to understand the Major’s final words, she becomes an Auto Memory Doll.
Auto Memory Dolls are contracted to help people write letters, extracting the true meaning behind their feelings and giving it life on the paper. In her new role, Violet travels around the continent assisting a variety of clients as she tries to rebuild her life. Continue reading “Violet Evergarden – Season One”
Well, it’s that time again. I appreciate that two weeks is a long time to wait, but I can assure you it’s worth it. You could wait until they’ve all been released and then binge them, but then you could also be one of the early fans.
It’s always nice to be the first to discover something. Nobody remembers who came in second after all. So, this is the fifth story in the Alteruvium Expanse and I can tell you’re looking at the author’s name. It probably feels somewhat familiar. And so it should be, I’m sure I’ve mentioned it at least once in my monthly reviews.
I’ll give you a moment, I can tell you’re thinking about it. Is it coming to you? Yeah, that’s it. It’s that Jon Cronshaw. Jon is one of my collaborative partners in the Black Death trilogy, but more on that later, shall we get back to the Alteruvium Expanse? Continue reading “Clockwork Titan by Jon Cronshaw”