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I found this book not long after stumbling across the author s YouTube Channel To put my opinion of the book in one sentence it s One of my favorites I have read many of the other reviews here on goodreads so I am going to try and focus on things that I didn t see from the other review that I want to talk aboutThe most odd thing I found about this book is what audience it is going for For background I am a sopho in college at the moment What I find most strange is that the book cannot seem to pinpoint a target age group In many ways I can see this novel being for a young adult audience maybe 8th grade to 11th or so Many of the main themes it deals with seem to be around that area ideas on growing up becoming independent overcoming struggle finding inner motivation etc All of these are good themes and I think they are definitely done well The main character being nothing than a normal modern girl who ust graduated high school highlights this In truth her character is so bland and 0 dimensional in the beginning that it is very easy for anyone to put themselves in her shoes However it does not take all that long for some odd topics to come up The first that struck me is when the main character Terra is being introduced to the grand Saturn City and all of its wonders She meets a friend and shortly after that friend s mother The mother introduces Terra to a series of drugs that the denizens of Saturn City use One of these makes sex amazing This comes to me out of nowhere and seemed CFNM Model jarring for the relatively normal tone of the book For me to include the topic of aphrodisiacs is pretty advanced something that I could see a book targeted for people around 18 After reading this I mentally adjusted Ok I thought the diction and overall language may be a bit low but the topics are going to be advanced And yet they never do I know there is a runningoke about love triangles for the author and his fanbase but that does not limit the author from making any romantic references I say this because I feel that if he is going to include lore on the sexual activities of the denizens of Saturn City it makes sense that at least some aspect of the story might include something similar Instead this aphrodisiac is rather Strange Weather just dropping into the story It is a bit of a shock but nothing The second and perhaps most strange thing for me is the inclusion of the word bully many many times Perhaps for Terra aged at around 18 it makes some sense for her to say this However when the mean gruff and near psychopathic Lycus to say something along the lines of I have no room for BULLIES in MY school it really made me cringe A person who is aged I believe over a thousand years saying bullyust doesn t make sense For me that word is only used around middle school younger and maybe the early half of high school not a person with a thousand years under his beltThese two things together in the same book is what I am confused about On one hand the advanced topic of aphrodisiacs are discussed but any other reference to love or sex is never again mentioned Then not long after there is several instances of the word bully as if the book is a PSA in middle school My most pressing advice for the author would be to define his target audience and write to that end I have no issue with advanced topics being covered in books for middle and high schoolers I read book series like Gregor the Overlander which had no issue covering many dark and twisted things Yet in Gregor the Overlander these topics did not seem dropped in The fear of death and suffering are common and pressing concerns in the series with many threats around every dark corner However in Aeon Legion that is mostly a dry motivational tale of becoming something from nothing a single comment on sex is ust strange Another thing I wish to talk about is the main character Terra I will try not to spoil too much focusing mostly on the beginning the main character Terra I will try not to spoil too much focusing mostly on the beginning the book most of which is available as a sample Primarily as mentioned before Terra seems even flatter than 1 dimensional to start with This is so bad that you could switch her gender with nearly zero impact on the book an aspect that does not change later on Honestly the most severe impact of Terra being female is that she is not as strong or tall as other characters something that does not have to be specific to a female character This is furthered in her lack of interest of any character The normal interactions between boy and girl ust do not appear with Terra She does not have any interest in any person and neither does any person seem to have interest in her Although it is fine to not deal with romance hints at it even so small as a tiny comment like he looks cute would be cliche but it would at least flesh out her gender a bit Am I saying all female characters need to have relationships or act overtly feminine No However a strong aspect of Terra s character is that she is a relatively normal girlAnother aspect of Terra that seems to be lacking is her overall personality I would say that in general Terra seems to react to most things in a predictable and almost boring way Something time based Weird and unimaginable This is made worse by her strangely ignorant comments When she sees a character she immediately assumes that they must be like how she imagines Knight Must be chivalrous Japanese Must be honorable Muslim Oh my gosh You are going to make be cover my hair To me it was much to obvious that her acting in such ways was an easy way to develop the theme that you can t udge a person based on their appearance or nationality etc The theme itself I find to be a tad simple And with most characters there is only one single twist to them Small spoilers The knight is crafty and the opposite of chivalrous The Japanese woman does not care about honor The Muslim does not care about Terra s hair showing and is very tolerant of others However there is not really all that much to them I think this theme should have been broadened to the cliche DON T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER AT t udge a book by its cover At with that a interesting character could have been crafted instead of ust a negative of a racial archetypeThe third thing I want to talk about is the second most important character in the book the antagonist Put simply I am mostly disappointing in him The author calls him a Nazi however that is a dubious claim Many times in the book Hannes rejects key aspects of the Nazi ideology such as the hate of Jews racial supremacy and many others Essentially Hannes is a German nationalist He wants Germany to win the Second World War not Nazi Ger Plot 45Charcterisation 25 Great characters but JP doesn t show their character enough so that when there are supposed to be emotional moments or punches they don t hit hard enoughWorldbuilding 455 Incredible original world with many cool new ish conceptsThe Mason on the end of her name annoyed meYet I think the author has potential and might improve so I plan to read Best new series I have read in a while Thanks for the new read JP and keep it up This book was forced all of it Over the top clumsy obvious Examples The whole heroism as a concept theme Don t get me wrong it is a great debate but the book itself was in the end too black and white to be the appropriate ground to pose it The book wants to be so philosophical but in the end there are clear good and bad guys at least that is what it is intended Terra wants to be a hero and the Academy trains heros and it bothers me to no end I know it is part of the discussion but it seems that heroism is a ob you can train for by following some steps rather than a collection of traits and decisions as envisioned from a particular perspective whichever those might be The thematically appropriate names and the allegedly timeless Saturn City which is actually heavily based on ancient Greece and Rome Like come on Terra Mason is a girl that likes stones and is strong and resilient as one Lycus Cerberus has a grin like a wolf I wonder if their parents could see their future and named them accordingly Nikias Orion Prometheus all characters from Greek mythohistory Endymion s symbol is a moon ARRRGH breathe Not to mention all the positions in the army consul cohort leggionaire centurion are ripped right from Rome The fights were like a fcking videogame In fact all the book was Am I the only one who noticed Everything happens in stages the enemies and weapons have a number of abilities and very specific limits and there is always a precise way to escape the situation The fact that most of the book focused on the training with little time left to forge relationships and delve in the subplots did not help I didn t believe Terra s feelings positive or negative for other people and the subplots seemed to come out of nowhere with very little previous work Terra leaving and returning home It was very weird First she tells them I m oining the time police and apparently they take it as normal and when she returns they act as if she had gone away for a couple of days to a regular training course The way Delphia is treated is similar She appears early to provide an introduction to the city and then briefly returns in the end to say hi One would think Terra would make the effort of keeping in touch with her since she was so nice to her Oh and her backstory also came out of nowhere and wanted to explain something that really didn t need all that much of an explanationOverall despite all of the above I liked the worldbuilding a lot It shows that it is very well thougt out and I found it uite original I loved the character of Lycus What can I say I have a sweet spot for those Roland and Delphia also made my day I could even empathise with Hanns and his fight with his superior s blind faith in false science Us science people understand each other Terra s character development although heavy handed was very well done I disliked her at the beginning for being so spoiled and whining but I ended up liking what she represented So will I read the following installment It is very likelyThanks for reading This book is entertaining enough and has some interesting ideas The author has a great sense of humor and a good grasp on how to play around with tropes to mess with your expectations The writing is a little on the amateurish side which is perfectly understandable and forgivable for an author s first published work I believe it was self published but I could be wrong It does seem to be a lot better edited than the average self published book All in all I really enjoyed it Is it the best bo. Time travel has made the Edge of Time a dangerous place To protect the Edge of Time from the disastrous alterations of time travelers the Aeon Legion seeks the greatest soldiers and warriors from the most bloody war torn eras in history Those they deem worthy gain a chance to compete in the toughest training program ever designedTerra Mason a plain eighteen year old girl from the modern United States has an impressive stu.

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Aeon LegionTeam by training them or showing his pragmatism and good leadership ualities when leading them He is clearly honest caring and a loyal team leader However I wish there had been moments where we see him cement his friendship with Terra It would have made his death painful and arring for the reader I wasn t surprised though when he died the Sybil s prophecy spoiled it for meMiscellaneous uestions and thoughts How does Minerva control the birthrate in Saturn City It s mentioned in the book that the city s demographics are stagnant But near the beginning Vita mentions there s a baby lottery That means that babies are being born And the only way to keep the demographics stagnant would be for an eual amount of deaths to balance out the births So whenever a Saturnian dies a baby is allowed to be born If using a Restore essentially brings a healthy uninjured copy of yourself back through time why doesn t it affect your mental state or memories The brain is also part of the body so wouldn t Restore be like a reset button on your memories How can sonic ciphers translate both ways I imagined them like hearing aids and it wasn t until I read the appendix that I realised they are meant to work both ways How did Terra convince her parents to let her Ownership and Possession join the time police Beth and Fred seem pretty chill about the fact that their only child is leaving tooin an army of immortals Why does the Legion use dust outs to guard Tartarus Shouldn t the prison be guarded by people that the legion deems competent After all it does contain convincted criminals vicious beasts and dangerous technology It s already a risk keeping all of this crazily dangerous stuff INSIDE their treasured utopia so why take any chances with security Do the tirones not get any time for leisure and recreation I think tirones are allowed to visit the other sectors of the City but we never see Terra do that The mental and physical stress they are already under in the Academy is extraordinary so why isn t it ever mentioned that some tirones go off to the Convivium or somewhere to let off steam Does Kairos already know Terra is Alya s new suire I am convinced she does She was the one who left a white rose in Terra s hair when she came to steal Terra s ID from her shieldwatch White the opposite of black And the type of flower a rose This is such blatant foreshadowing Kairos knows that the Legion is going to send their best Legionnaire to try and stop her and who better than the latest prot I put this book down at around 53%What I LikedFirst I have to give regards to Beaubien s YouTube account Terrible Writing Advice which I greatly enjoy He clearly understands the pitfalls of various ubiuitous fiction tropes especially those in YA novels and it shows I didn t roll my eyes at a love triangle nor was I thrown out of the world by any obvious plotholesThe novel s greatest strength is in its premise Beaubien successfully made a world where knights Nazis martial artists and other historical heroes and villains could interact with each other which I found fascinating Imagine say if Roman gladiators had made a futuristic Colisseum on a level of Saturn City or a debate scene with Greek scholars pitted against Tibetan monks I also liked the idea of his protagonist and to a lesser extent his other charactersWhat I Didn t Likebut beyond their initial impressions they didn t have much depth This could ve been solved through my main problem endemic to the entire book Beaubien s writing styleThe writing is very blunt and relatively unemotional Most sentences ust state something that happened X stared at Y Y shook his head He had a hard time believing it Y activated the machine It then sputtered and turned on That sort of writing A visceral writing style would both increase readers interest through sentence variety That sort of writing A visceral writing style would both increase readers interest through sentence variety descriptive language and add depth to the characters I wanted to see
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the side to get a better sense of the worldMy last major point for Aeon Legion Labyrinth addresses its pacing There are large portions of the book dedicated to explaining the rules of the world and of its technology The information itself is fine and often explained through action though redundant If an object does something it s usually unnecessary to then explain what had happened Alternately if an author explains what an object does the object doesn t have to be used in that exact way a sentence later Summary if you don t mind the blunt writing style Aeon Legion Labyrinth is a fairly entertaining read I wish Beaubien had done with the premise but maybe he ll expand on his writing in the rest of the series This book was written by the Terrible Writing Advice guy on Youtube After reading this book I can say that he followed his own advice up to the part where the plot is neededI ll give you a brief blurb Terra attacks time travelling Nazis and becomes a famous time knight s suire Then uh Terra goes to school and there are Nazis What are the stakes Terra doesn t become a soldie Aeon Legion Labyrinth is an enjoyable read I found it to have very compelling world building with great depth and history It is a fantastic mixture of Harry Potter and Divergent from how it feltmoved not from the setting The characters were interesting and the premise of the book drew me in The style prose can be clunky at times but I got used to it by the end Be forewarned that there are some spelling and punctuation issues but if that kind of thing doesn t bother you too much it isn t a big deal A few of the characters come off feeling one dimensional Terra s the main character parents are the worst in that regard Their reactions and personality are flat and they feel like throw aways to me With that being said I found the rest of the book to be great The cast develops well and are believable The plot takes a bit to get moving but once it does it hits hard I found the book to be an innovative take on difficult tropes time travel and coming of age I found out about this author and book through his YouTube channel of bad writing advice which unlike the name suggests is good writing advice Lots of sarcasm and wit making fun of standard tropes in many different genres though typically YA What attracted me most about this book was the synposis and the twist of the third paragaph Typically you ll see the monoamorous couples described with each having their own paragraph but no he s a Nazi he s her enemy and that s hilarious Although the synopsis is a bit misleading as at no point does Hanns ever try proving Nazis were heroes nor was he all that confused about people referring to him as a monster He ust a normal Nazi who thought what he was doing was Tim and Tobias (Tim and the Hidden People Book A1) just and that Germany should winPerhaps I inadvertantly led myself to have higher than usual expectations but the book is rathernot good Itust feels a bit awkward since I feel the uality of his videos is so high it s a bit of a surprise to see this book written as it isIt starts off in a library with our heroine Terra coming face to face with the Nazi antagonist of the book Hanns The awkward wording kind of threw me off It gets going immediately which was a little The Pool By the Whispering Trees (Tim and the Hidden People Book C1) jarring but otherwise would ve been okay if it wasn t so telly instead of showyI thought perhaps only this first initial scene would ve been like that which would ve been rather interesting to see play out We get told the action and find out the characters perspectives on it later But no this trend persists the entirety of the book It s 100% telling and not showing That s one of the biggest and most well known trope of bad writing of all I must shocked that the author had this problemIt s frustrating in general to read a book that tells you everything without showing but it feels all the frustrating coming from someone who gives out writing advice and good advice at thatSo much happens to our main character but we never get any sort of real reaction from her There is a sentence or a couple words here and there but nothing that feels impactful emotional genuine or lastingShe s approached by Silverwind a protector of time with a Magic in the North job offer of monumental proportions guarding time itself And how does she react Barely at all Perhaps a little shocked confused but other than that I have no idea I m not even told thatShe ends up accepting the offer of course and I was curious to see how the author would handle the parents ButI am a bit confused Terra literally tells her parents what she s doing and we never see their reaction They were apparently okay with it and she sends them an update after she leaves on her ventures then later comes home at the end like it s no big deal and her parents areust chill with it I know it s a little detail and YAs are NOTORIOUS for dropping the parents but this was such adrop Just a weird way to go about itThe main character in general is mind boggling ignorant and plain stupid She s always shocked of every new piece of information she hears regardless if it should come at a surprise any It s like she doesn t have the ability to remember things or logically deduce thingsTerra Blinked A thousand years You re that oldVita sighed Why do they always find that surprisingTerra knew the Saturnians were older than they appeared but she had no idea they were that oldYou were literally told that those people were immortal and you re Imagining Gay Paradise just as shocked every time you hear someone s ageTerraust looked confusedTerra raised an eyebrow I m confusedLiterally one sentence in between separates thatMost of the descriptions in this book stem from the environment or the appearances of people As an example the character Lycus We re introduced with him mostly being in shadow glaring eyes and when he smiles that wolf like grin as we re reminded every time he smiles which is often it creeps Terra out But why Just what was it that made him so immediately scary to her We re told she s afraid of him and that she tries her best to avoid him but we re never told why What is her thought process behind her fear What aspects of him what sort of presence does he give off that s so frightening We re constantly told he s scary and intimidating without actually seeing him do anything scary or intimdating view spoilerAt least not until a bit later but that doesn t excuse the nagging reminders of it earlier with nothing to back them up or explain them I did enjoy the concept of his three faces though each with their own name and personality but it bothered me to have so many characters mis naming him while he was in his Lycus face form whateveryoucallit hide spoiler. D charming a genius inventor of a time travel machine and a dedicated member of the Nazi Party Yet he cannot understand why people from the future regard him and his fellow Nazis as monsters Now he must use his charisma and cunning to challenge the seemingly invincible Aeon Legion and its monopoly on time travel He will not uit Hanns will steal history itself if he has to mistakenly believing it will prove him to be a her. ,
Ok I ve ever read Nope Is it the worst Nope Was it fun entertaining and memorable Yeah I think that it was Also to any perspective writers out there I highly recommend that you check out this author s youtube series Terrible Writing Advice where he gives some very valuable writing advice in a pretty humorous manner The author has given such great writing advice on youtube that I ll have to see how it translates to his actual work Warning This review contains spoilersRight off the bat I König der Welten 1 just want to say I really enjoyed reading this bookI liked the main character and her transformationcharacter development throughout the book was well executed I was very impressed and honestly uite enthralled by the world building The author managed to portray time travel as a real practical science and eternal youth as a plausible and attainable possibility The rules of both are pretty clear cut but don t seem trivial or arbitrary The entire city and Legion are meticulously planned with an attention to detail that reminds me of George R R Martin but thankfully this book didn t introduce as many characters as he doesThe pacing for most of the novel was also good though to be honest I got bored during the interval between the battle at the library in the beginning and Alya coming to recruit Terra at her uarry I know this part is meant to show what Terra s life is like in her home continuum andust how average and mundane her life is but it bored me nontheless The story really picked up for me when the Tirones training started The tasks they were meant to perform were well described and exciting and I found the idea of being able to replicate any kind of terrain weather buildings and even people using salients a very captivating concept The Academy teachers were cool too esp Nikias and sometimes it was like they were Love, and Other Things to Live For just messing with the recruits for fun I found the part where Nikias and co try to ambush Terra in the Academy after her meeting with Lycus uite funnyNow let s come to the vill wait Are they really villains Hanns and Kairos They themsleves don t think so at all Hanns believes he is doing a service for his country while Kairos thinks mindbogglingly that entire worlds need to be ended along with thousands if not millions of lives to save Time itself Both seem to be doing things not for personal gain but what they truly perceive to be the greater good This is another theme that is interwoven through the whole story Who are heroes and villains really Are theyust born that way or do they become like that over time How do you know you ve become a villain or hero The story doesn t really give us a clear answer but encourages us to form our own opinion on the matter as Alya does with TerraComing to the writing style I have to say that I overall enjoy Beaubien s writing though I wish he would include a bit of the thoughts and feelings of the protagonist But I do think I understand why he refrained from doing that see section on Terra Mason There were a few typos and grammatical mistakes that I noticed and found slightly annoying but what bothered me than this was the lack of contractions in the dialogue The dialogues seemed like they were from a movie script and not coming from the mouths of actual peopleTerra MasonTerra s main ualities are STUBBORN or determined depending on point of view blunt strong sense of morality and Treasure Trail / The Crimson Phoenix / Model Murder (The Shadow, justice observent extremely in control of her emotions an honestly unrealistic tolerance for pain brave if not almost fearless if the Trial of Fear is anything toudge byTerra is the story s protagonist who nearly every character in the story underestimes And for good reason She is not exceptionally smart good looking strong or talented She has an overall average skill set but we are told from the start it s because she never truly TRIES to achieve greatness until she Vanity Bagh joins the training program I think it s because all the people in her life excluding her parents and Mr Smith the very disposable history teacher ignored her orust downright bullied her Terra is very reserved but not unfriendly She values friendship loyalty and honesty the most which is why she dislikes Roland so much The confusing bit about her is that I can t really point out any major flaws about her other than 1 her obstinacy which usually isn t a problem because she isn t unreasonable and unnecessarily disobedient like Hikari and 2 her astonishing lack of emotion in some scenes Case in point Zaid s death Sure his death weighs heavily on her when she s still in the Labyrinth but after the storm has passed she doesn t really mourn It s like she s taken all of the grief she felt about Zaid s death and locked it in a vault in her mind This girl is a Severus Snape level Occlumens A master at suppressing her emotions Why is that I think because whenever she showed strong emotions during her childhood throwing a rock at Val and crying in front of her mother afterwards the result was always negative The other kids began to fear her and avoid her even and her mother yelled at her My favourite scene of Terra s arguably my favorite scene in the whole book was when she faced the Captain during the Trial of Worth What she said was really inspiring and something I think everyone should remember Greatness can come from anywhere and if you really want something and are willing to put in the work you can achieve it However the real obstacle comes when no one believes in you It makes you doubt your worth makes you second guess whether or not you are really good enough to achieve the greatness that you seek In times such as these YOU must believe in yourself and persevere It s a very good message especially for young adults There is also a notable lack of love interests for Terra which isn t all that surprising given her character traits but still uite anomalous considering the main character is a teenage girl in a sci fi thrillerHanns Speer A brilliant German scientist from the time of Nazi Germany who fervently believes his country is destined for greatness and is willing to do anything to help achieve that objective Or is he Hanns is the character immediately introduced after Terra and is also one of the two characters Mentioned In The Blurb Keeping This In in the blurb Keeping this in he gets a disproportionately less amount of coverage in the book In between stretches of terrible trials that Terra must tolerate we see a glimpse of what Hanns is up to Though it was insightful by that point I almost forgot he even existed A little background info for Hanns would ve been nice and a look at ust how he was managing his time travel project would have also been appreciated Just throwing in a Hanns POV chapter from out of nowhere really felt weird when I was reading itHanns is a very well rounded character He s cunning charming patriotic but also smug and fooled by his own hubris He wants to be a hero to his country and though is willing to lie and steal to get what he wants is unwilling to maim and murder innocent people That doesn t show him in a very good light but considering most of the established heroes in the story have killed tens of thousands of people already it s ust an interesting contrast I find him to be a compelling antagonist and I hope to see of him in the next bookAlya SilverwindBeautiful powerful rebelious and kind Alya is portrayed as the ideal superhero in the beginning However she is also one Of The Deadliest Members Of The Legion the deadliest members of the Legion the highest confirmed kills and the lesser known title of Bloodstorm She has her moments of seriousness and wisdom but is usually shown to be playful and cheerful I liked her character but never really developed an attachment to herLycus CerberusThis guy was Preaching to a Post-Everything World just amazing He was the one character that always made me sit up straight and pay attention to what was happening Lycus is the brutal and slightly deranged head of the training programme Though he appears absolutely monstrous in the eyes of the tirones he is respected by all his fellow legionnaires I found his three faces the Captain the beast and the scholar very compelling and the connections between his three personas his alias Cerberus the three time cores on his aeon edge and his role as guardian of the gates was also appreciated Somehow the mix of violence and caring in his personalityustworked I didn t expect to get as much attached to him as I did and then he DIED Face palm I did not see that coming Justphenomenal characterisationRoland DelmareArguably the most entertaining character in the book Roland is a charming yet unabashedly unscrupulous knight whose only reason for Mundane Grimoire joining the Legion is to get immortality Pretty straight forward right Well not uite He also appears to have some kind of tragic backstory that I desperately want to know about and strongly dislikes Terra in the beginning because she is the only one who can see past his mask which is as much as if not than a weapon for him as his sword He is also sarcastic funny and manipulative though usually not in a vindictive way which makes him really fun to read The author did a goodob at keeping him in character till the end but the strange thing is that most of his acts of selflessness or bravery are carried out at the behest of Terra He seems to trust her very uickly after that heart to heart he had with her in the Trial of War even going so far as to leave the Labyrinth trials unfinished to help her catch a criminal following her to an unknown time and trying to rescue her from Kairos all at the risk of losing his life andor immortality Pretty big leap character wise Potential friend Potential love interest I dunno let s Hands-On Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn and TensorFlow: Concepts, Tools, and Techniques to Build Intelligent Systems just read the next book when it arrives and find outHikari UrashimaHikari was also an interesting character extremely talented and badass though I didn t like her nearly as much as Roland How could I when she s either beating people up esp our protagonist outright insulting people for no valid reason or challenging people to duelsust to prove that she s better than them sigh It was really very hard to dredge up any empathy for her becauseher abilities Keys to inner space just seemed so unrealistic and her personality so caustic I felt such satisfaction when Terra finally stood up to her during the Trial of Blades I still don t really like her character but I don t dislike her eithersheust came off as mean spirited and uninspiring and if she had died at any point I wouldn t have felt any sadnessZaidZaid was one guy I really liked and I suspect it s got a lot to do with the fact that we mostly only see him when he s showing his dedication to the. Bborn streak Her persistence and bravery gains the notice and sponsorship of one of the Aeon Legion's greatest heroines Now Terra must turn that stubbornness into determination if she is to contend with history's finest soldiers and somehow pass the Aeon Legion's final test the mysterious Labyrinth She will not uit Terra will prove that even someone as average as her can still be a heroineHanns Speer is polite good nature.


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