And villains. Mineta takes advantage of this and takes in the boob in his face hug 18 year old aspiring sequential artist!! Ps, I do a lot of fan art, mainly bnha Insta: cottinartz You want to pay me to smuggle incriminating documents into Mineta's room to frame him as the traitor so he gets expelled? That's disgusting! At the end of the meeting, the Thai transportation minister brought up an issue that had not been 18 year old aspiring sequential artist!! Ps, I do a lot of fan art, mainly bnha Insta: cottinartz Read more about this topic on MyAnimeList, and join in the discussion on the largest online anime and manga database in the world!
Join the online community, create your anime and manga list, read reviews, explore the forums, follow news, and so much more! If Mineta showed any indication of growth whatsoever other anon might have some semblance of a point. Beating Up Mineta. Entrance Heh, chin up and lets do another scheme. Season 2, Episode 3. Do you have any unpopular opinion about BnHA Yena-sama? Originally posted by usedpimpa BNHA Insert You are absolutely allowed to draw Kurohi or any of my other characters, as long as you give me credit for the character and fucking tag me cause I wanna see.
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Everything is for entertainment purpose only and no profit is made out of it. Height: 3'6" Weight: Unknown, probably light. Gentle kinda reminds me of Dick Dastardly tbh. All rights to their respective original owners. All in favor of killing off Mineta say Aye! What's with all the Mineta hate? So, I've recently become aware that mineta's definitely not a fan favorite, so I wanted to see the reasoning behind the disdain for him. Download for free on all your devices - Computer, Smartphone, or Tablet. Read more about this topic on MyAnimeList, and join in the discussion on the largest online anime and manga database in the world!
He was a desperately private person and since he had no family whatsoever, the kingdom fell into chaos after his death. Hori is a terrible writer and it shows in his previous works which were axed in months Read more about this topic on MyAnimeList, and join in the discussion on the largest online anime and manga database in the world! See what Krista Skalde kskalde has discovered on Pinterest, the world's biggest collection of ideas. Rating: M CW: Suicide, depression, major character death. Make sure you read Part One first. Do you love BNHA? Are you a fan of NaNoWriMo yet are unable to participate because of lack of time?
If so, this project is just for you! Scopri ricette, idee per la casa, consigli di stile e altre idee da provare. Hi, I'm Jude or Coret, if you wanna use my pen name! I own this weirdness! If you would like to submit your own headcanons to me, go ahead! The similarities are seen in his appearance, position as a middle blocker and pinch server, and his tragic death in Chapter Minoru Mineta is a character in Hero Academia fandom that is a real piece of work.
Mineta deserve to be in the heroes course. Feel free to link to or screenshot my translations outside of Tumblr, but please provide a direct link. Mineta took one step toward the nest and Dabi strikes. All Might huffed and began to lecture. A info for money, maybe his parents or one of them is a villain and he need to be the man of the family So manly?
Ochako Uraraka always thought her quirk was as simple as the name sounded. The boys are here! Come an me! I program things. If there is a ship you don't like, tell me and I'll try to avoid posting them. This feature is not available right now. But Mineta is not hated. Stay in Touch. Plus Ultra! Bakugou proves yet again why he is the best and multi talented outta all of class 1A. What she says: I hate Mineta. Has the godforsaken grape been smashed yet? Find out here as we count down the days until we celebrate with the finest of wine for the sweetest of victories.
Mineta: Stupid new guidelines… Now how am I supposed to find sexy females presenting nipples?! Mineta: I do how about this quality content. Ohhh this is really good! The fact that Katsukis quirk is so flashy definitely means people overlook the effects same with others, like Todorokis, but I think the possible frostbite with his is more obvious and easier to combat. Plus, consider that BNHA is a shonen manga, for teens, and Horikoshi likes Mineta, so why would he make him a character that seriously wants to rape someone haha.
Him being a drummer kinda fits with his whole personality. Clearly life or death. Visualizza altre idee su Anime, Eroe e Personaggi. Mineta stalked the corridors, following his darling throughout their day. Mineta will never get any dates Due to his perverted behavior. This is a fansite dedicated to the manga and anime My Hero Academia. Lunging out of his nest, spouting fire and pinning Mineta down like the terrifying trapdoor spider.
Convince people, if you can; but be open about it. Let the community around you decide. In an informed way. I've looked over the reviews, to figure out if they sound canned or not. The result is, I haven't seen any that seems illegitimate. They are a diverse collection of opinions. I think LRP may have been created after most of these reviews have been posted, both here and on Amazon, so they have no connection with the newer paid reviews business.
I have started to read the book, but I've been put off by the use of the language. I was thinking to come back to it some other time. Though, I don't know if I will come back. I support self-publishing, independent publishing, small publishing houses at most, and I'd love to have time to read and in particular take time to review in depth self-pub works, to find the gems in the sea, the well written, well edited, worthy of a try.
Random, independent, community readers and reviewers, are the next gateway between authors and readers. Which is why I don't know if I'll come back to this book. I think the unethical side of the LRP business attacks the very foundation of community reviews. View 1 comment. Shelves: fantasy-adventure. It's not legal that I review my own book, but I gave it 5 stars none the less. Very proud of it. Please disregard my review and check out some real readers reviews of The Orb of Truth. Time to get back to work on the next book in the series The Dragon God! View all 11 comments. Jun 28, Sarit Ghosh rated it did not like it.
I read this book after the excellent Blood Song by Anthony Ryan. I chose it as it ranked above Blood song and top of the list for fantasy books under the radar. Rarely have I been so disappointed in a book. Yes I get its high fantasy and perhaps aimed at a young adult audience and the style is different but all the characters were excruciatingly one dimensional. There was no world building and no part of me cared a whit for the cliched Interactions.
I just about finished it hoping that there wou I read this book after the excellent Blood Song by Anthony Ryan. I just about finished it hoping that there would be something separating it from the host of Tolkien copies around but no cigar. I'm sorry to say that's 2 hours of my life I won't get back.
The book has a lot of positive reviews including it's author I'm not a fan of people who vote for their own work so I guess there are people who like this sort of superficial fast paced formulaic romp. Sadly, I'm not one of them. My apologies for the harsh nature of the review. Aug 16, Constance rated it did not like it Shelves: fantasy , book-club , abandoned.
There is a villain cue: evil laugh who says things like "I'm coming for you, Halfling! And you just know the villain's going to fail and be left by the side of the road like Dick Dastardly in the Wacky Races, the literary antecedent he most resembles in my mind. Certain types of fantasy geeks might groove on the familiar good vs.
No one ever "says" anything in this book: they quip and whisper and retort and respond and question and suggest, sarcastically, softly, harshly, snidely, etc, etc, etc. All this corner-of-the-mouth sneering does not make me like our heroes; it makes me wish they would quit bickering and shut the hell up before an orc eats them.
People who enjoy the beauty of a well-spun phrase should stay far from this awkward entry in the fantasy quest genre.
I can't fathom who wrote the reviews on this site comparing this to Tolkien. Just no. I don't think I can finish it. View all 4 comments. Dec 14, James Maloney rated it it was amazing. If there's "nothing new under the sun" as Solomon proclaimed, where does an aspiring author take the fantasy genre? We've met vampires and werewolves, wizards and elves. What dank dungeons or misty forests are there left to explore? But Brae Wyckoff has done a great job personalizing this question by writing an engaging story centered around Halflings, Humans and the quintessential Dark Lord.
The Orb of Truth is a high-adventure "good versus evil" tale that blessedly stays away from serious alleg If there's "nothing new under the sun" as Solomon proclaimed, where does an aspiring author take the fantasy genre?
The Orb of Truth is a high-adventure "good versus evil" tale that blessedly stays away from serious allegory, while still weaving enough depth and meaning to keep the reader turning pages until the end. I see a solid fantasy series in the making! The characters, while familiar, are unique enough to stand on their own amongst the Frodos and the Voldemorts.
I found myself caring about their next step in an unraveling adventure that's much grander than the reader realizes at first. Sure, there's obvious comparisons to Lord of the Rings, perhaps even a splash of Eragon for good measure. That's not a bad thing! Brae has fulfilled Tolkien's lofty demand in world-creation, and the author's passion for his characters and storyline bleed through nicely in a well-crafted epic. Well worth your time and money, and I think you'll be eager for the next installment.
Jan 31, Penelope Bartotto rated it it was amazing. Sometimes finding the words to best describe a book are difficult, and before you go thinking this is an issue of me not liking the book Wyckoff has done something many authors could only dream of accomplishing, he has created a unique story that also encapsulates a myriad of fandoms into one glorious adventure. From Tolkien, to Baum, to C. Lewis, to Lewis Carroll. Honestly I was even brought back to this hilarious movie called Sometimes finding the words to best describe a book are difficult, and before you go thinking this is an issue of me not liking the book Honestly I was even brought back to this hilarious movie called Time Bandits, as our cast of characters traveled.
The author who tends to only refer to a couple of them, just may be selling himself short, he can stand with the classics. The Orb of Truth is an adventure of epic proportions. A cast of motley, but highly intriguing characters come together to answer a riddle. This riddle leads both to a quest, and a race against a danger that they do not truly comprehend. Wyckoff has masterfully crafted a cast of characters that one can develop within their mind, and bond with.
From Bridazak, the unlikely hero of the story, who has been captured by artist Mad Scientist, to Spilf his Ordakian sidekick, and the gruff, but lovable Dulgin, you have a starter cast that knocks it out of the fantasy realm within chapter one.
This is only the beginning of a powerful cast of creatures and humans that are developed so well, you would think you had known them forever. Good versus Evil, is ultimately the core of this tale. The one that is meant for you to see clearly and without doubt. Ultimate Good versus the ultimate evil. Like Tolkien and Lewis before him, Wyckoff has crafted an allegory for the beliefs of Christianity.
Evil, that's the easy one to spot. The other important theme within this book is the power of friendship and love. We start with a trio of characters, two Ordakians and a dwarf. They have a bond that surpasses the fact they travel together as a rogue troop of thieves.
They are friends, as unlikely as it may seem. The dynamics with the trio are so strong though, you feel as if you are part of the group. They are only the beginning of many relationships, both friends and foes that you get to experience through the writings of Wyckoff. He has a way with a pen that brings the words to life. My examples are going to be a trio of characters that I will say stand out as my favorites Dulgin the dwarf.
He's grumpy, he likes his ale, he is easily irritated, and yet when push comes to shove He will fight to the ends of the lands as he knows it and beyond to help a friend. He is a loyal friend, and a mighty foe. I was immediately drawn to him, and found his acerbic wit to be completely appealing. Next up are maybe the smallest duo in the entire tale, but they are not to be overlooked at all Lester and Ross.
To most people they are nothing more than a pair of rusty lock-picks, because a magical spell protects their true identities Originally owned by Spilf, they become the property of Bridazak after Spilf gifts them to his friend. The delightful banter betwixt these two is hilarious, and their personalities shine beyond the rusty exterior.
Without the finely crafted characters I do not know if the adventure would be as grand as it is, but this is a tale of greatness with the characters. There are no slow spots, no drops in the action, the plot moves with ease to meet the destiny of the tale unfolding. Something that, Tolkien, though a great author, had in his epic adventures. I'll admit it, I know very few people who read Tolkien's works all the way through the first time. Wyckoff, grabbed me in with his characters and then led me on a quest that I could not get enough of, I literally read this book in three hours, with a few breaks to rest my eyes.
I guess it is a very good thing that there are books to come in The Horn King Series. View all 8 comments. Jan 15, J. Readers of Tolkien, Feist, Lewis, Eddings, etc. The world of The Orb of Truth is full of the themes we love as fantasy readers, but chases after deeper pursuits than first are apparent. At times filled with blunt, bold, page-turning action, the interludes are filled with solid story telling at a graceful pace that finally embraces core spiritual themes.
Without spoiling the ending, several adroitly-timed twists in this book may leave you in tears, as they did me. Well-worth the read, the book will transport you into lost woods and glowing magical mountainscapes painted clearly in the reader's mind, and the well-paced, epic struggle that begins to unfold will certainly leave you as it did me Anticipation for the forthcoming installments will certainly keep me waiting for as long as the author takes to lovingly tell us the rest of the story though I hope it isn't long! Dec 06, Katherine rated it it was amazing. I received The Orb of Truth as a prize from a contest the author held I was not obligated to review it, but after reading it I wanted to review it and let other people know what a great book it is.
The Orb of Truth is a wonderful fantasy adventure and is appropriate for children and adults. The characters are very likeable and endearing. I like that the characters that were chosen to hold the Orb of Turth God's voice were a little flawed but genuinely good people. Other reviewers have compared I received The Orb of Truth as a prize from a contest the author held Other reviewers have compared this book to the Lord of the Rings and I have to say that I agree with that comparison. The Orb of Truth has magic, adventure, good vs. I look forward to reading the next book in this series when it comes out.
I'm definitely a fan of Brae Wyckoff and this series. Feb 15, Heidi rated it it was amazing. I received this book from the author for an honest review. As a big fan of middle earth sagas where halflings, dragons and dwarves live, I couldn't wait to get started with this book! The story starts out a bit slower as characters are introduced and the story line unfolds. By the middle you will be so entranced into this world and lives of the characters you won't want to put it down.
And the ending is so action packed it is like the movie is playing in your head and you can visualize the scenes I received this book from the author for an honest review. And the ending is so action packed it is like the movie is playing in your head and you can visualize the scenes as they play out. The imagination of the author is amazing and how he can so skillfully put it into words just shows what a gifted story teller he is! Touching on mysticism, lore and Christianity, this will engage readers of all ages. It is not a hard read and I think fans of Tolkien would enjoy this book as much as I did.
I guess the only part that stumped me was what happened to the Yeshi? Maybe we will find out in book A definite great read! Jan 31, Jim Henry rated it it was amazing. Brae Wyckoff is a fresh voice in the fantasy genre. I cannot wait to read the next book in this series. Jim Henry. Dec 19, Tony Breeden rated it it was amazing.
The Orb of Truth is a wild romp of a read, full of epic drama, humor and high adventure. It is one part Christian allegory, one part fantasy adventure. One thing that became obvious as I read this book is that author Brae Wyckoff is both a fan of fantasy adventures and a man dedicated to using his writing craft to convey Biblical truth. The story centers on the friendship and adventures of thieving halflings Bridazak and Spilf and their dwarf friend, Dulgin. In the grand spirit of most role play The Orb of Truth is a wild romp of a read, full of epic drama, humor and high adventure. In the grand spirit of most role playing games, they pick up an odd assortment of travelling companions along the way.
I had a rollicking good time reading this book because I was, once upon a time, a DM [dungeon master, to the uninitiated non-geek]. The very idea of a mega-dwarf had me howling [a giant dwarf is just seriously wrong and comically inspired]! Fans of fantasy adventure series like Forgotten Realms and Dragonlance will love the world of Ruauck-El as much as I did. Christian readers, especially those who enjoy apologetics fiction or speculative faith novels, will enjoy the adventure for its own sake, but will appreciate the deeper allegory the author has woven into this tale.
The Orb of Truth does a wonderful job of retelling the gospel from Creation to Christ. There were only two things I did not like. It was never meant for mankind to touch, because it was pure and holy. Most of it is what I term pulpit cussing: words you generally find unacceptable unless your preacher uses them from the pulpit.
I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. Dec 26, Kitty Muse Book Reviews rated it it was amazing. With their Dwarf "associate", Dulgin, they set off on a quest--to find the source of a mysterious box. This box literally lands in Bridazek's lap; the culmination of a dream he has had nearly every night of his life. This last had a different ending, though: the words "It is time". He wakes to find the box where nothing had been before, and start "Arise and return to Me what was never lost, only waiting.
He wakes to find the box where nothing had been before, and starts a journey that will take him through mysterious realms and terrifying foes, constantly pursued by the forces of darkness. His band of adventurers grows, with the help and friendship from a human nomad by the name of Abawken and an elf called Xan. Only when he finds the Key to unlock the box, and discovers the Orb of Truth, with its commanding yet love-filled Presence, does he begin to understand his calling.
The words uttered by Xan are what drive the adventurers to their goal, even beyond the realm of mortality: "I tend to think of risk as faith". I am pretty sure "The Orb of Truth" would be very much like what they would come up with. An adventure that mingles Old and New Testament beliefs with the world of mythological creatures, Mr. Wyckoff deftly weaves Scripture into the dialogue, making this book very readable and absorbing.
His descriptions are fantastic the wild forest of Everwood is described as "an orchestra without a conductor" , and the characters are well fleshed-out. He even has some comedy relief, in the form of two animated lock picks that are in the possession of the Ordakian Spilf. The ending was satisfying, yet it made me want to read more of their adventures. Fortunately, Mr. Wyckoff has a second book coming out soon, "The Dragon God". I can hardly wait! Apr 05, K. Sprayberry rated it it was amazing.
The Holy City disappeared hundreds of years in the past, and now mankind wallows in greed, corruption, and dissolute behavior. These three embark upon a difficult journey, knowing little but what they hear from an orb. They gather other followers as they journey to the stronghold of King Manasseh to overcome what they believe is the source of what is destroying their The Holy City disappeared hundreds of years in the past, and now mankind wallows in greed, corruption, and dissolute behavior. They gather other followers as they journey to the stronghold of King Manasseh to overcome what they believe is the source of what is destroying their world.
This story is possibly one of the best of fantasy I have read in recent years. It embodies the masters such as J. Tolkein, Robert Jordan, Terry Goodkind. Welcome to this group, Brae Wyckoff, as he presents the first of his four novels of Christian fantasy. This tale begins in an ordinary manner, enough so the reader wonders if they might not close the book on its promise prior to experiencing the wonder Bridazak feels upon receiving the Orb of Truth in a dream.
Thus begins a journey for this Ordakian and his brethren. They gain others to their cause along the way, each bringing special talents that aid them in their quest. The introduction of each individual is handled with care, allowing the reader to accept their skills without jaded disdain. Wyckoff handles each step of the journey in such a way, one is drawn into each stumbling block, into each moment with their heart in their throat. Losses are normal in such stories, but none are gratuitous, each member lost leaves with grace, knowing they have done all they can. This tale of greed and revenge on humanity's part, of bigotry and desire for of acceptance, and a journey begun manages to mimic real life.
The heroes stand against the accepted rigors of their life, drive forward with a position to bring light back to a world reeling in darkness. The Orb of Truth left me wanting more, and I look forward to the release of the second book in this series. I received this book from the author to give an honest review. Where do I start with this book? It is magical, fantastic all wrapped into one! Fantasy books like this normally take me a while to get into but The Orb of Truth had me pretty much from the first chapter. I found myself wanting to stay up a bit later than normal as so I could read more about the adventure.
The Orb of Truth is action packed!
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You will encounter halflings, dwarfs, elfs, wizards, dragons! Even talking objects. There was hu I received this book from the author to give an honest review. There was humor at times throughout the book that had me giggling to myself. Especially towards the end with Lester and Ross and their tiny adventure.
I have to say my favorite character though-out the book was Bridazak's best friend Dulgin. He gave me a chuckle every time he opened his mouth to say something smart-alack. He is a dwarf filled with pizzazz and hot air at times. My truly favorite part was the action packed battle! Everyone involved gave their everything and I found myself hooked into each page wanting to see and read the outcome. Bridazak and his friends are put on an adventure and will experience heart-ache, loss, new friends, battles against evil, and love for new people.
As they travel with The Orb of Truth God's voice they are all flawed but are chosen for this adventure as they will all learn a life lesson. This book is suitable for adults and I would say young adult! If you think or you do like fantasy adventure that will in a way at times remind you of the Lord of the Rings then this book is for you. Dec 04, Cheree rated it it was amazing. Wonderfully written story by Brae! The Orb of Truth is an Epic Adventure of three guys trying to find there way to fulfilling a prophecy.
Through heart ache, loss, battles against evil, sacrifice, new friends and love they prove that nothing worth fighting for is easily attained. With lots of action at every turn, I watched as Bridazak and his friends learn many life lessons and even though this is a fantasy similar to the Lord of the Rings; I feel many people can learn something from it. This i Wonderfully written story by Brae! This isn't just a battle of good vs evil with fairies, unicorns, gnomes, dwarfs and halflings; it teaches that there is a reason for everything and though we may not like what is put before us someone is always there to help us along the way if you put in the effort to make it happen.
The Orb of Truth is a wonderful book for preteens and up. I can't wait for my son to read it as I know he will enjoy it as much as I have. I will be impatiently awaiting the next book! Thank you Brae for a wonderful story for all to enjoy! Jun 27, Esther Jones rated it did not like it Shelves: fantasy , books-i-hated , could-not-finish. I downloaded this book because I heard that it was similar to The Hobbit.