“She’s gone! She ran away!” “What?” “She told me to wait ten minutes before I told you. But I’m a grown man and she’s a little girl, so I waited eight.” “You waited eight minutes to tell me my daughter ran away!” “Don’t tell Louise I didn’t wait the full ten!”
THE KING IS DEAD– and so a new war begins. twenty years have passed since robert’s rebellion. twenty years since the dragonn prince set aside his dornish lady to marry the wolf maid. elia martell and her children returned to dorne, the two targaryen babes now bastards in the eyes of lords and ladies. now they are ready to return to king’s landing to take back what was stolen from them. rhaegar’s heir, his youngest son, sits upon the iron throne, the threat of another dance of dragons already hanging over his reign like a great shadow. now is the time for the great houses to choose who they will support. to choose to support the dornish dragons or the northern dragon and pray that the realm is not burnt away in the process.
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Subject: Dragon Ball’s 30 years Publisher: Shueisha Published: 2016 Origin: Japan Language: Japanese ISBN: 978-4-08-792505-0 Pages: 252 (including cover) Pages in color: All Dimensions: 19 x 26.2 cm (3.5 x 10.2 in) Cover type: Hard cover + Dust cover + Protective case Reading direction: Japanese
Hey, as usual, it’s been a while since the last review, sorry about that! You know, I turned 30 a few weeks ago (and I couldn’t care less), but something else turned 30 not so long ago too, something that has been quite important to me since I was a kid, obviously I’m talking about Akira Toriyama’s “Dragon Ball”. Since I’ve started writing reviews and sharing scans on ArtbookIsland, I’ve realised that a LOT of people around the world have a lot of love for Dragon Ball, it’s incredible and what I like about that too, is that even young people (born in the 2000s) are fans too. That shows how Toriyama managed to create an almost timeless story to which a lot of people of different ages can relate.
From Son Goku’s careless and innocent childhood to his many savings of the world, his friendships, travels and quests, reading Dragon Ball makes us experience life with somewhat realistic and funny/emotional moments as well as incredibly action-packed fantastic battles against overwhelmingly strong opponents (wow, it has to be the most complicated english sentence I’ve ever written!). What I mean to say is that all this will probably stick with us until we die - if you are a true die-hard DB fan, you know what I mean!
Chapters: 1/1 Fandom: Original Work Rating: General Audiences Warnings: Graphic Depictions Of Violence, Major Character Death Characters: Faelin | Lylitenes, King Torgirl of Delinmar Additional Tags: Original work - Freeform, not so good, Blood and Gore, Mild Gore Summary:
It’s always unwise to bargain with a demon queen, but it’s just plain stupid to leave your end of the deal unfulfilled…
“Miss Targaryen.” He stood from behind his desk and began to walk in a slow circle around where the student was seated. “Is there anything you would like to tell me? Perhaps things you were lighting on fire?” he could smell tobacco smoke on her, and even if he coudln’t, she had been hauled in by the hall monitor for smoking.
I loved The Storm Coast. Its one of my favorite areas in the game and even when I am finished I still go back from time to time. I live in the desert so the sound of the sea and the waves is very relaxing to me. Its just beautiful and peaceful.