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Re: Apotheosis - Aftermath

de Robert B. Marks

Sèrie: Re: Apotheosis (2)

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The Aftermath Begins The war between the creations is over. The survivors, now known as "Arrivals," must pick up the pieces and create a future for themselves. In the story worlds, isekai protagonist Daiki Yamato makes his long way home to his beloved Athena. But Daiki's author is dead, and it is up to him to figure out how to give his story a happy ending. In America, Alice Matson and her creation, monster hunter Jenny Calhoun, make a desperate call for help to mech pilot Atria Silversword Kaguyama and JPRG mage Princess Stellaria, setting off an encounter that will change the course of all of their lives. And in Japan, Lt. Colonel Atria Silversword falls out of her story into the real world to discover that her author is the legend Atria Silversword Kaguyama, the creation who became her own creator.… (més)
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First of, I would like to thank the author for the ARC of this book. That being said, this is an honest review, and all opinions are my own. This being the second book, I purchased the prequel and read that first. Upon finishing the Afterword from the first book, my expectations weren't that high with this one. I guess that played a factor on how it took me a while to finish this Aftermath. Though the writer said that this book was inspired by the anime Re:Creators, it didn't feel that way to me. After reading Book 1, I checked out the anime and the book felt more like a rip off. The names of the characters, their abilities and the setting were pretty much the same. To make an analogy from the first book, this series felt like the version of the demon lord in the first book, and the anime as the demon lord in this one. If I wasn't made known of that fact, I think it'd be different.

Now that being said, I actually liked the plot of Aftermath better than the prequel. I liked how there were substories. Daiki's story moved slow though and I'm a bit disappointed that that was majority of this book. I admit that learning how this series was based off of the anime and Daiki's story's pacing, I have lost motivation in continuing to read the book. After that chapter, it actually got more interesting. I liked how the first part tied in with the second, and the second being tied in with the third. I would say that helped me power through and finish this book. When it comes to the writing style of the author, the romance and intimate parts can be underwhelming. It's either add more to it or just skip it altogether.

Moving on, I have already invested in this book so I am interested to see which direction this story is going. I would keep my expectations low, but hope it'd be more different than the anime. This book has a lot of potential, it just needed to veer away from the show. ( )
  angelmyoung | Dec 3, 2023 |
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I only got this book and not the 1st so it was a little difficult to follow, but I'm sure once I give it to my kids they'll love it.
  dulegstmiramherzen | Sep 1, 2023 |
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This was an interesting take for a story. It was neat being able to view a chars after as a real person from a story. I liked the first book much more than the last two but yet they all tied together which was great. I think there should had been more of Yaki in the second and third book though.
  emilee003 | Aug 14, 2023 |
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"Whether it was a grand adventure like Daiki Yamato's, short stories like First Contact and Apotheosis, or quick footnotes like Coda, everything just felt right when reading it and it gave us a nice look into the aftermath (no pun intended) of the story and brought to the table something a novel series rarely does... ties up all loose ends and gives us a definitive end to the story."
 
"...a fun and creative multiverse romp that pulls from anime and videogames in delightful ways. The novel’s multiple character narratives weave into a satisfying sci-fi plot. [....] The characters are entertaining and draw the reader in, intentionally playing off genre tropes while still portrayed with depth and substance."
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The Aftermath Begins The war between the creations is over. The survivors, now known as "Arrivals," must pick up the pieces and create a future for themselves. In the story worlds, isekai protagonist Daiki Yamato makes his long way home to his beloved Athena. But Daiki's author is dead, and it is up to him to figure out how to give his story a happy ending. In America, Alice Matson and her creation, monster hunter Jenny Calhoun, make a desperate call for help to mech pilot Atria Silversword Kaguyama and JPRG mage Princess Stellaria, setting off an encounter that will change the course of all of their lives. And in Japan, Lt. Colonel Atria Silversword falls out of her story into the real world to discover that her author is the legend Atria Silversword Kaguyama, the creation who became her own creator.

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