하백의 신부 [Bride of the Water God], Volume 8

Bride of the Water God Volume Ambiguous loyalties vengeful old flames and the schemes of jealous gods fill Bride of the Water God Volume with heartbreak and intrigue After Soah is kidnapped from the magical land of Suguk Haba

  • Title: 하백의 신부 [Bride of the Water God], Volume 8
  • Author: Mi-Kyung Yun
  • ISBN: 9781595826879
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ambiguous loyalties, vengeful old flames, and the schemes of jealous gods fill Bride of the Water God Volume 8 with heartbreak and intrigue After Soah is kidnapped from the magical land of Suguk, Habaek the cursed, lovelorn Water God is forced to reconcile long suppressed feelings for Nakbin, his dead bride, with strong, new yearnings for Soah Writer artist Mi KyungAmbiguous loyalties, vengeful old flames, and the schemes of jealous gods fill Bride of the Water God Volume 8 with heartbreak and intrigue After Soah is kidnapped from the magical land of Suguk, Habaek the cursed, lovelorn Water God is forced to reconcile long suppressed feelings for Nakbin, his dead bride, with strong, new yearnings for Soah Writer artist Mi Kyung Yun s Bride of the Water God series has surprised voracious romance readers with its breathtaking artwork, intricate plot threads, and multi faceted characters.

    One thought on “하백의 신부 [Bride of the Water God], Volume 8”

    1. Yikes. I really need to read this series starting from a few volumes ago to get back into the story properly. One of my issues with this series has always been the story itself. The art is gorgeous; the story is confusing. Having finished the prior volume quite some time ago, I found it very hard to get into the flow with this new volume (I was really lost)

    2. And of course Soah becomes the contrived little thing that has to be won over by ALL the guys. So there emperor, with his uncanny likeness to the monster-in-law, suggests a dance competition between soah and ‘nakbin’. I mean wow. The dance was actually cutsie poses with no flow or rhythm to them. Honestly, even the detailed art around that scene looked strained and unauthentic. It didn’t manage to capture the emotion of the moment at ALL. Also, add sexist to the list of offences for this m [...]

    3. The intrigue continues among the jealous gods. Habaek, the cursed water god, is being magically tricked and forced to deal with his emotions regarding his long lost love Nakbin. The emperor is enjoying the trauma and has also kidnapped Habaek's new human bride, Soah. Will Habaek remember the past and present correctly and fall in love with Soah again?Beautiful artwork. The characters are hard to differentiate, but perfect for those who love the plots of the powerful.

    4. That ending is just \(♥O♥)/ my nerve endings are so alive! First thing, I really like Hooye despite him being the Emperor's lapdog, and Bi Ryeom is so charming and I root for his feelings for Mura, then there's Mura's part in Habaek's plan which blew me away! And Habaek, who had me worried, then annoyed the hell out of me only to reveal that what he all did was planned. I know, I'm gushing and I'm unapologetic about it! XD

    5. My interest in this story ebbs even lower. It’s gotten very confusing. If nothing else, a glossary would have helped because it’s very steeped in Korean lore and I’m sure if I could understand that better, this would be less confusing. It doesn’t help that while beautiful, the art isn’t as distinctive as it could be. I have issues telling some characters apart and there are a lot of characters.Further muddying the waters is the fact that Habaek, the water god, has been drugged and lost [...]

    6. I don't find this series as satisfying as 'Fruits Basket', It's really hard to tell the different people apart, even the costumes seem to extend beyond where one character ends and the next begins. But I appreciate the work that went into them. And I have to see how the story turns out.

    7. The artwork is still breathtaking, and the surprises never seem to stop, ever!I can't wait for the rest of the series to be released to I can finally, feebly put the pieces together of this million piece puzzle.

    8. The story is becoming confusing and hard to follow. It frustrates me. I've also become bored with the slow story progression. Spoilers belowAnd I'm annoyed that the bride and the water god are still not together.

    9. Though I really like this series, I didn't like this one very much. As I wrote before, I dislike Nakbin really much, and also this volume was mostly about her.What was good baout this vomule is the end. I'm wondering now if Habaek/Mui is faking not remembering Soah!

    10. OMG this is just way too exciting!He is saying that line, does that mean he was just acting all the way?!TO the ninth volume!

    11. This was an ok edition to the series but the two of the characters kept blurring together making it hard to know what was happening in some parts so I only gave it three stars

    12. If this story is what really happens to the girls that are sacrificed Then I don't mind getting sacrificed

    13. While this series does provide a confusing plot that is what intrigues me. The book leaves me with more questions than I started with.

    14. So I was right all along! Mwhaaaaaaa okay gone over board there. Poor Soah though, Habaek why do you have to be such a frustrating guy!

    15. I can't properly review this series anymore. Seriously. It just gets mind-blowingly awesome from volume 6-on. I'm so glad I stuck with it. And all I have to say is: I knew it!

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