I'm not sure at this time if this is going to be a series, but this felt like a complete story, no loose threads or anything. Overall, this made me laugh, it made me say awwwww, and I enjoyed it! Original Review Metaphors and Moonlight An ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
I was sold as soon as I read that this graphic novel was about a fairy godfather and a beast raising a child. It was lovely to read and also to see how the two main characters get to know and appreciate each other during the time they spend together caring for their lovely child Melody. The art style of the author was also very nice and really liked it. I definitely recommend this one! I'm pretty sure this is the single cutest thing I've ever read in my life.
I love the glimpses of backstory we get into both these characters, and what we see of the world at large- a world of witches among humans and various different versions of "Beast". My only complaint was that I want so I'm pretty sure this is the single cutest thing I've ever read in my life.
My only complaint was that I want so much more! I want to spend more time with these characters, more time in this world, I want to have been able to disappear for hours on end. But, unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. I'm just glad the epilogue was so perfect. This was adorable! Enemies to lovers, fake marriage, and co-parenting -- but make it supernatural.
I wanted more, but it was a joy to read. I will say CW for some physical fighting between the pair. It made sense since given the supernatural dynamic, but that sort of thing could be triggering for some folks. Feb 11, Lauren James added it Shelves: graphic-novel , lgbtqia , fairies.
A really imaginative graphic novel about magical creatures raising a daughter together - I read this in one sitting and it was pure joy! This is a lovely graphic novel about a fairy and a beast who find a human child. Of course as they do so they develop feelings for each other, but not before some ups and downs, sacrifices and a lot of learning. It is a cute story with two main great characters who are both funny and endearing, and a cute baby. This is such a delight to read and the art work and colouring are good t This is a lovely graphic novel about a fairy and a beast who find a human child.
This is such a delight to read and the art work and colouring are good too. Highly enjoyable. Copy provided by Eidelweiss in exchange for an unbiased review. Nov 04, Grace W rated it it was amazing Shelves: i-own , speculative , lgbt , comic. Feb 01, Aryn Elizabeth rated it really liked it. Cute comfort story!!
Two magical beings fairy and one of the troll variant find a baby, decide to raise it both as they don't want the other to do it, have arguments, find jobs, fall in love. There is tons of cuteness, fun, magic. Plus fantastic art! Highly recommended. I came across this one when I saw a Kickstarter for it. I was instantly in love with the gorgeous cover and art and then fell in love further with blurb.
Yep, I had to back this one. And boy, I was super excited when the package arrived with the boo Two magical beings fairy and one of the troll variant find a baby, decide to raise it both as they don't want the other to do it, have arguments, find jobs, fall in love. And boy, I was super excited when the package arrived with the book and other fun extras. I immediately went to read it and loved every page of it.
I am so glad I took the plunge and backed this gem. I have been trying to write a review for 9 days now, but I just can't get the words out. I do want to try, but I think instead of what I normally do I will just list what I liked!
It was just gorgeous and fun. I loved the character designs and also the backgrounds were so pretty. The art really sucked me into the story. I just could see me there with our duo and their tiny little protege. By far my favourite character.
He was soft and sweet but he was also strong and didn't back away from something. He wasn't planning on raising the kid, but he got attached. Plus, it may have to do with him not trusting a certain fairy with the kid.
I was delighted to see how good he was with kids. He is a natural at handling them and I just laughed seeing all those kids hang on to him in various ways like he was a playground equipment. They had a big book full of names but weren't happy with any of them. Despite that they aren't always happy with each other it was just adorable on how they got a name.
He definitely didn't fit with his first job though, he doesn't seem to know the meaning of silence. How to explain this better, mm, I felt like it brought forth a ton of character growth. Both of them weren't too happy with the situation and both of them had to live together one way or another if they wanted to raise the tiny bundle of love they had found, yes they argued and at times it seemed they didn't get closer, but in fact they did!
With arguing and discussing they found out more about the other. I had started shipping them early on in some of their sweet moments together but with the story developing I shipped them even more. I was curious to see how long it would take both of them to figure out their feelings.
See her start as a tiny bundle and then start walking and discovering the world. They made some fabulous friends. I was happy with everything ended though, holy wow, that was just supersweet and fabulous. As the story continued we saw more of that sweet side. So as you can see, I enjoyed this book. I would highly recommend it to everyone looking for a sweet LGBT fantasy story. Update: This lovely graphic novel is now available for purchase softcover or ebook here!
In Life of Melody a fairy godfather named Razzmatazz and a Beast technically, he's a troll variant named Bon happen upon an abandoned baby in the woods at the same time. Each distrusting the other, they come to an uneasy agreement to live and raise the child together in the human realm. What proceeds i Update: This lovely graphic novel is now available for purchase softcover or ebook here! What proceeds is a hilarious and heartwarming romantic comedy about found family. And her ongoing webcomic Peritale is set in the same world and available to read for free online which I will definitely be reading very soon.
Dec 20, Phoebe rated it really liked it Shelves: comics-n-graphicnovels , lgbtqia-two-spirit. This is a surprising book with waaaaaaay too small font publishers, people over age 17 read these books, too and we can't see your willowy, 7. I found the romance to be more earned than many I've encountered in stories like these, though it seemed to me that the writer has not experienced or seen th Man. I found the romance to be more earned than many I've encountered in stories like these, though it seemed to me that the writer has not experienced or seen the realities of professional childcare and maybe has never met a baby??
In any event, these small flights of fancy are extremely forgivable, as is the slightly odd English that made me wonder if this book was a translation. The author-illustrator identifies as Luso-brazilian. The kindness that Razzmatazz and Bon exhibit towards the lost baby, others who come into their orbit, and, finally, toward one another wins the day. Suuuuuper super cute graphic novel about a fairy and a beast man enduring a 'marriage' of convenience and falling in love while co-parenting an adorable girl.
The only thing that kept me from absolutely loving it was that the fantasy setting and world building didn't quite live up to it's potential. There was a lot that went unexplained or was just vaguely described But overall it was such a fun, sweet story with expressive Suuuuuper super cute graphic novel about a fairy and a beast man enduring a 'marriage' of convenience and falling in love while co-parenting an adorable girl. But overall it was such a fun, sweet story with expressive and colorful art.
Tropes: enemies to lovers, fake marriage, forced proximity, co-parenting. Representation: achillean romance. This is a very heartwarming tale about family, love, and embracing differences. A fairy godfather and a beast man both find a human baby at the same time. The young girl was left all alone in the woods. Both want to raise the child even though their reasons may differ. After some discussion they choose to live as a family and raise her in the human world where they will need to don human guises.
Their love for the young girl, named Melody, brings them closer but they are afraid to admit the deve This is a very heartwarming tale about family, love, and embracing differences. Their love for the young girl, named Melody, brings them closer but they are afraid to admit the developing feelings each has for the other. I really enjoyed this title and highly recommend it to for teens and adults.
It is a wonderful dose of comfort and positivity in a quick to read graphic novel. Mar 07, el rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , edelweiss. Garnet returns to Alexandria to reign but never hears back from Zidane. Garnet rushes to the stage to reunite with him and asks how he survived.
Zidane explains he wanted to come home to her and sang their song. It is available to the player by default. This album features a classical guitar arrangement of "Melodies Of Life", arranged and performed by Yuji Sekiguchi , as its 19th track. The same track also appears on the album SQ Swing. It was the 13th song of the line-up. It was the 11th song of the line-up.
It was also recorded and released in the album. It was the fourth song of the line-up. It was arranged by Shiro Hamaguchi. A rearranged version of "Melodies of Life" appears as the third track on this album. A cover version of "Melodies of Life" appears as the Japanese bonus track of the 11th album by the Italian symphonic metal band Ancient Bards. Final Fantasy IX was heavily marketed before and after its release.
The melody from "Melodies of Life" plays in the beginning of the commercial, and the music for it is included on the Final Fantasy IX: Original Soundtrack. Final Fantasy Wiki Explore. Old Sharlayan Thavnair Garlemald The moon. Characters Jobs Races. Explore Wikis Community Central.
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Life Is A Melody. G.E.N.E.. Relaxation. 1, Shazams. PLAY FULL SONG. Get up to 1 month free. Share. OVERVIEW. LYRICS. PLAY FULL SONG. "Melodies Of Life" is the main theme and vocal theme song of Final Fantasy IX. The song was composed by Nobuo Uematsu, arranged by Shirō Hamaguchi. In this charming and full-color LGBT+ graphic novel first released as a webcomic, a fairy godfather and a beast man raise a human baby together.