A mysterious young woman washes up on a deserted island, where she finds herself falling in love with one of the lost girls. With the help of her protector, who has the gift of visions, the author explores the hidden life of this fascinating cast of characters, and also their little secrets. In the process, it also takes the reader on a journey into the strange world of fantasy literature.
The first thing you should know about this novel is that there are no guns or swords. This is not a film where people are shown doing violence. To be honest, the "history" books of the Lost Girls are very different from our reality. Because of this, I think the author needs to get away from the "Sword and Gun Culture" trend, and adapt the story to be more in line with the time period and culture, which makes the overall story much easier to understand.
The novels of the series have all been translated into the languages of the series. If you are unfamiliar with Japanese, then the author has done her homework and made sure that it is very easy to understand. Furthermore, the author has done the same for the languages of Germany, Sweden, and Norway. Many have enjoyed this book and enjoyed the overall story. This is what it is all about, if you are going to read a novel about a series of women and their world.
However, if you want a movie, then this book is not for you. There are three movies on the market for the Lost Girls series, and they were all made by independent producers. In addition, no major studio will finance a movie based on a series of novels. If you are looking for a movie, then consider a different form of entertainment.
This book is still rated as "PG-13", which is recommended for people that are in the age group of 15 and older. Unfortunately, there is nudity in this book, so it might not be appropriate for younger children. Also, some of the scenes involve women having sex, so some people might not enjoy the book as well. If you are comfortable with adult content, then this is probably not the book for you.
The only reason that I even mention the rating of the book is because it can be hard to make up your mind about a series of novels. When someone recommends it to me, I usually look at the covers of the books, and if they don't look interesting, then I am not interested. The first three books are the "Light, Shadow, and Sword" series, which are set on the island of Genua. The remaining books are called "Black, White, and Blood", which consists of four stories.
For those of you who are familiar with The Roman Law, this is a clever mash up of real life events and fictional characters, which have many similarities. But, there are many that are different. This series is very good, and I look forward to reading the next book. So far, I have enjoyed the first one a lot and am eagerly awaiting the second and third.
If you want to read about the cast of characters and their history, then this book is for you. If you want to see a movie version of the series, then this book is not for you. If you enjoy fantasy novels, this book is not for you. There are plenty of great fantasy novels out there, but this one is a nice change of pace.
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