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    Who are my kind?

    Since my stepsister, Nakona Ril, has joined the family, I’ve finally settled into a happy life of cooking and potion brewing at the family inn. But the shadow of war looms ahead, with the fate of the world and my own destiny fast approaching. Monsters are coming, bandits seek to steal my potions, and countries set their sights upon the rumor of a talented alchemist. Why won’t they all just leave me alone?

    ©2021 Kiri Komori (P)2021 Podium Audio

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    This is so annoying

    The protagonist is killing the story for me, she is little more than a stuttering imbecile who can brew potions like a factory. She lost any decisiveness and acts more like a kid than in the 1st book even though she should be years older now, she never experiments with her magic talent even though she knows that it may have a positive effect on her potions and she is unwilling to learn how to fight but then has the gall to ask herself why others always have to defend her.

    Ppl in this story have a talent for talking and thinking about unimportant stuff while it takes forever to get to the important topics.

    And it's painfull how nobody, not even the protagonist connects the rise of impure mana with the genocide of the ppl who were famous for having the purest mana and best mana control.