On the surface, The Sword of Kaigen can be summarised as Poppy War meets Avatar: The Last Airbender, but it is so much more than that.
In its heart, The Sword of Kaigen tells a story about the titular peninsula, where clans of warrior have been guarding the peninsula from foreign invasion for generations. After decades of peace the invasion is looming yet again, and this time, the ripples of the dark past it brings may break the families apart.
Delivered with crazy elemental magic action and musings about the natures of water, this book is a complete package of delight and melancholy, war and peace, lies and honesty, and family and duty.
Interesting world and engaging characters. I've been using unlimited for years and this is my first review. I recommend anyone with some free time give this a go. Took me a few chapters to really get into it, but after that it was a joy.