Well, finally done with Inganock. It didn't have as much pathos as Sharnoth did for me, but as for everything else, it was just about as great as Sharnoth was. I'm a little irked that we don't find out much about what happened to Ati, Kia and Gii after the end
, though. The best parts of the novel are probably the setting and the soundtrack. And I've learned to appreciate Hikaru Sakurai's style of repetition; somehow I appreciated it more than I did with Sharnoth. I'll be writing a more detailed review at the usual place, I suppose.
Guess I can read the Inganock and Sharnoth webnovels now. Also, since I'm replaying Sharnoth, I think I know what causes the gaps in the sky in Seikyou: Inganock's sky having been cleared and the Infinite Mist being dispelled
edited 15th Jun '12 11:28:20 PM by LiberatedLiberater