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Chie Shinohara

Autor/a de Red River, Vol. 1

122+ obres 4,063 Membres 44 Ressenyes 1 preferits

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Obres de Chie Shinohara

Red River, Vol. 1 (1995) 285 exemplars, 8 ressenyes
Red River, Vol. 2 (1995) 196 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 3 (1995) 188 exemplars, 3 ressenyes
Red River, Vol. 4 (1996) 174 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 5 (1996) 173 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 6 (1996) 159 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 7 (1996) 159 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 8 (1997) 150 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 11 (1997) 148 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 10 (1997) 147 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 9 (1997) 139 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 14 (1998) 138 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 13 (1998) 136 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 12 (1998) 135 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 15 (2006) 123 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Red River, Vol. 16 (1999) 120 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 21 (2000) 118 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 18 (1999) 117 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 17 (1999) 116 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 22 (2000) 111 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 19 (2000) 106 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 20 (2000) 106 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 23 (2001) 105 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Red River, Vol. 24 (2001) 100 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 28 (2002) 99 exemplars, 5 ressenyes
Red River, Vol. 25 (2001) 96 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 27 (2002) 94 exemplars, 1 ressenya
Red River, Vol. 26 (2001) 90 exemplars, 2 ressenyes
Mizu ni Sumu Hana, Vol. 1 (2004) — Autor — 10 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 1 (1992) 9 exemplars
Mizu ni Sumu Hana, Vol. 2 (2004) — Autor — 6 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 2 (1992) 6 exemplars
Mizu ni Sumu Hana, Vol. 3 (2005) — Autor — 5 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 5 (1993) 5 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 4 (1993) 5 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 11 (1994) 5 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 3 (1992) 5 exemplars
Mizu ni Sumu Hana, Vol. 5 (2006) — Autor — 5 exemplars
Mizu ni Sumu Hana, Vol. 4 (2005) — Autor — 5 exemplars
Umi ni Uchiru Tsubame (2006) 4 exemplars
Red River, Vol. 19 (2013) 4 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 10 (1994) 4 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 9 (1994) 4 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 8 (1994) 4 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 7 (1993) 4 exemplars
Ao no Fuuin, Vol. 6 (1993) 4 exemplars
Akatsuki ni Tatsu Lion (2003) 3 exemplars
Kiri no Mori Hotel, Vol. 1 (2007) 3 exemplars
Red River, Vol. 17 (2013) 3 exemplars
Red River, Vol. 13 (2013) 2 exemplars
Red River, Vol. 21 (2013) 2 exemplars
天は赤い河のほとり 7 (2007) 2 exemplars
天は赤い河のほとり 2 (2006) 2 exemplars
Kiri no Mori Hotel, Vol. 2 (2008) 2 exemplars
Red River 1 exemplars
Kaette Kita Musume, Vol. 2 (2008) 1 exemplars
Kaette Kita Musume, Vol. 3 (2008) 1 exemplars
Escape Express 1 exemplars
Someone in The Dark 1 exemplars
Kaette Kita Musume, Vol. 5 (2008) 1 exemplars
Kaette Kita Musume, Vol. 4 (2008) 1 exemplars
天は赤い河のほとり 3 (2006) 1 exemplars
天は赤い河のほとり 5 (2006) 1 exemplars
天は赤い河のほとり 6 (2006) 1 exemplars
天は赤い河のほとり9 (2007) 1 exemplars
Kaette Kita Musume, Vol. 1 (2008) 1 exemplars
Il Sigillo Azzurro 1 exemplars

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Nom normalitzat
Shinohara, Chie
Nom oficial
篠原千絵
篠原, 千絵
篠原 千絵
Gènere
female
Nacionalitat
Japan

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Welcome to the volume 28--the final volume and one that not only wraps up the wedding, but also gives us some interesting side stories.

I want to first say that when I first read Red River (or Anatolia Story or Sora wa Akai Kawa no Hotori) I knew nothing about the Hittite Empire. Oh I read about them in conjunction with Egypt, but it didn't interest me overmuch. After re-reading the entire series I want to know more.

What saddens me about this though is that Shinohara goes on to explain--in one of the companion stories "Orontes Love Story"--that thought Kail and Yuri had a peaceful and prosperous reign the Empire didn't stay as such. The decline began soon after their deaths and I can see how that would happen. They were the driving force behind change and action in that country (or so the story goes, history is...different as no one really knows what happened to Hattusa. 150 years after their deaths the country just...vanishes).

We have their wedding (which is super cute) and that closes the official "Red River" series.

The short story "A Day in the Life of Kikkuri" features our Kikkuri, but is based on an actual set of tablets found about horse training by a man named Kikkuri (they haven't found them all). Shinohara posits that maybe this is what his life was like (twin daughters, twin sons...)

The short story "Cappadocia Story" is classic Yuri from start to finish. Its set 10 years after she takes the throne as Queen, but she's still as reckless and headstrong as ever. This time her son, Crown Prince Dail, comes to collect her (and chide her).

Then of course there's "Orontes Love Story" which takes up the bulk of the book. Its worth reading because we find out what has happened to the Hittite Empire as well as Egypt and the ending is...well I think it suits the kind of person this Yuri was and the kind of person our Yuri was. But it leaves me with such bittersweet feelings. I like to believe that Yuri and Kail lived for a long time and had a prosperous empire, but it sounds more like it broke down into squabbling once they passed away. That's a true shame.
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lexilewords | Hi ha 4 ressenyes més | Dec 28, 2023 |
Welcome to volume 20 where Nefert pretty much proves that Ramses gets his pervy ways honestly (she spends much of the book undressing Yuri).

I'll give Ramses credit - Kail is his enemy and he would gladly see him run through, but he won't take advantage when the playing field is uneven. Good on him. What I don't understand is he claims that Kail must not love or honor Yuri enough because he keeps her as his concubine (apparently his news is super old otherwise he'd know she's engaged). Yet Ramses is the first to figure out the best way to get both of them back to their former fighting selves.

Meanwhile Shinohara continues her campaign to make me not like Nefertiti (not gonna happen lady) and more love! I totally forgot about this couple that crops up in this book! Like to the point where I thought the guy was pretty asexual and the girl was happy without. Go figure!

And I'd swear something happens between Rusafa (that poor beleaguered man his panicked "I saw nothing!" plea when Nefert undressed Yuri before his and Ramses' eyes was priceless) and Nefert, but that may again be my own wishful shipping heart.

Nakia, though name dropped, is not seen in this volume.
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lexilewords | Dec 28, 2023 |
Welcome to Book 27 where ALL THE TEARS are in fashion.

Let's start with the fact that Rusafa has to tell Nefert (repeatedly) that "No means NO" which is just great because she really doesn't listen. Meanwhile Nakia fails because...because...:sobs: I can't say it! But damn Juda way to be as extreme as Kail (in a different way).

However Kail sends Juda to oversee his mother in her exile and let me tell you I've never seen a person more willing to do such (the book also helpfully explains that Karkamesh outlasts Anatolia by several centuries--more on that later).

And Kail actually ASKS Yuri to be his wife, instead of everyone demanding it of them. Its a sweet moment.
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lexilewords | Dec 28, 2023 |
Welcome to Volume 24 where I am deducting a star because HALF the book is taken up by Kail and Ramses being stupid and macho and neglecting their IMPORTANT duties. Like I don't know, the WAR THEY STARTED AND SHOULD MAYBE FINISH?

I love that everytime a leader is needed and Yuri is like 'Oh but where will we find one?!' and everyone looks at her and she looks at them and they look at her and she's all flustered and like 'No but wait! I can't!' Except Yuri we know you can because by this volume you've led more successful military campaigns, covert operations and hell rebellions then EVERY CHARACTER COMBINED. That includes Ilbani who is really close as your second.

Also I love that Kail realizes, before Ramses, that higher things are at stake and that Ramses realizes that THAT is what makes Kail a better man. Not his power, not his looks, not the fact Yuri loves him, or his physical strength and battle prowess--Kail realizes more keenly then almost anyone else in this series that emotions have a time and place. Yeah he got swept up for a while, but he didn't let it subsume him.

Also HA! Ramses is like 'well I can't have Yuri so my son will marry her daughter and look how great that will be!' (it actually turns out to be his grandson and her granddaughter, but hey doesn't matter).
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lexilewords | Dec 28, 2023 |

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Obres
122
També de
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Membres
4,063
Popularitat
#6,195
Valoració
3.9
Ressenyes
44
ISBN
238
Llengües
2
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