Wandering witch: the journey of elaina, vol

     
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Wandering Witch: The Journey of Elaimãng cầu is a series of adventures held together by their shared main character, the witch Elaina. While the book has some semblance of linearity, it does not have sầu an over-arching narrative sầu. This is more of a magical travel log than a novel.After passing the certification exam to become a full-fledged witch, Elaimãng cầu decides to follow the inspiration from her favorite series of books & explore the world. While she sometimes gets pulled inlớn events, she does her best to lớn maintain an impartial and distant stance & act only as an observer. After a short period of time, days at the most, she leaves, whether situations have been resolved or not.There are fourteen tales in this first volume. Some give sầu background on Elaimãng cầu & also on how one becomes a witch. A few are linked by goofy characters và played strictly for laughs. But the majority are standalone stories that have sầu a mostly melancholy tone. Some chapters are stronger than others. Overall, the book seems more concerned with giving us glimpses inkhổng lồ an odd and magical world. There are times when the stories present a slightly heavy-handed moral, typical of fairy tales, but overall they fall more into the category of showing the nature of the world and its humans without commentary.Part of this laông xã of commentary comes from the detached nature of Elaimãng cầu herself. In fact, one of the more jarring things lớn me about this story was the laông xã of a clear hero.My natural inclination was to lớn think of Elaimãng cầu as one who would right wrongs or fix things which are broken. But she isn’t that person at all. More often, she flies away with her bachồng to the horrors still occurring, or set to lớn occur, behind her. Even her voice makes her feel distant from the events of the stories–she is snarky và judgemental. It is often at odds with the events happening around her. For this reason, I initially disliked Elaina. In the beginning I found myself asking, “how could you not vày anything?” This was particularly an issue immediately after the first story, where Elaina seemed more willing khổng lồ help someone in need (even though, looking baông chồng, she was only doing it because she was currently stuck in that town).But after spending some time traveling with Elaina, I started to lớn change my way of thinking about this book. It isn’t a typical light novel filled with wrongs for the hero to fix. Instead, it is a journal about a world with flaws and wonder khổng lồ match. And all of it is narrated by this young girl who has a bit of a sharp tongue who keeps most of the ugliest things at bay by never getting too involved herself. As we traveled further, I found myself intrigued about seeing more of this world. And with the chapters giving us some more insight inlớn Elaina’s character, I found that I liked her a bit more with each trip.I suppose what I’m saying is, I ended up really enjoying this book despite myself. But it took realizing that the world, not Elaimãng cầu herself, is the main character. Elaimãng cầu is our guide, not our nhân vật. I think it also helped to improve my thoughts of the novel as it progressed as the stronger of the stories occur later in the book. This could be due to lớn the webnovel origins of the series as the author would’ve sầu become more acquainted with his character và world as they wrote more.I see where down the road, perhaps that might change. After all, there are some hints Elaimãng cầu might be more than she lets on. Is there a reason she needs to lớn see the world? Will her judgements after seeing all there is have sầu larger ramifications? I don’t know the answer. I don’t even know if the author intends for any of that lớn matter. But I am intrigued.In the kết thúc, Wandering Witch: The Journey of Elaimãng cầu is not going khổng lồ be for everyone. It’s laông xã of cohesive narrative sầu và tone will turn some people off. But this world held wonder for me. It was a different experience than most light novels. And for that reason, I intend to journey with Elaina again. Recommended for fantasy fans who love exploring the world as much/or more than the actual stories told there.

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