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Having overcome many trials and tribulations, Haruhiro and the others succeed in returning to Grimgar. However, though they have returned, they are a long way from the human sphere of influence. When Haruhiro and Yume go scouting, they're lucky enough to encounter members of another party in the Day Breakers clan, the Typhoon Rocks. However, they engaged in a battle agains Having overcome many trials and tribulations, Haruhiro and the others succeed in returning to Grimgar. However, though they have returned, they are a long way from the human sphere of influence. When Haruhiro and Yume go scouting, they're lucky enough to encounter members of another party in the Day Breakers clan, the Typhoon Rocks. However, they engaged in a battle against groups of orcs and undead in order to accomplish a certain goal, and Haruhiro and Yume, along with the other four who were left behind, are caught up in the fighting. In the world they've returned to, more comrades, encounters, and battles await. As the ashes dance, no one yet knows what lies waiting beyond the fantasy.


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Having overcome many trials and tribulations, Haruhiro and the others succeed in returning to Grimgar. However, though they have returned, they are a long way from the human sphere of influence. When Haruhiro and Yume go scouting, they're lucky enough to encounter members of another party in the Day Breakers clan, the Typhoon Rocks. However, they engaged in a battle agains Having overcome many trials and tribulations, Haruhiro and the others succeed in returning to Grimgar. However, though they have returned, they are a long way from the human sphere of influence. When Haruhiro and Yume go scouting, they're lucky enough to encounter members of another party in the Day Breakers clan, the Typhoon Rocks. However, they engaged in a battle against groups of orcs and undead in order to accomplish a certain goal, and Haruhiro and Yume, along with the other four who were left behind, are caught up in the fighting. In the world they've returned to, more comrades, encounters, and battles await. As the ashes dance, no one yet knows what lies waiting beyond the fantasy.

30 review for Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash: Volume 8

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sean O'Hara

    Well, just when you think Jyumonji only knows how to kill characters off, he finds a way to do something even worse. It's a relief to realize that he recognizes Ranta's toxicity, though on the flip side I'm not a fan of what Merry goes through here, which is the main thing keeping this from being a four-star book. If not for Merry's ordeal, this would be the best volume since #3, and for much the same reason -- for once Haruhiro's band actually has a goal beyond making do. We also get POVs from c Well, just when you think Jyumonji only knows how to kill characters off, he finds a way to do something even worse. It's a relief to realize that he recognizes Ranta's toxicity, though on the flip side I'm not a fan of what Merry goes through here, which is the main thing keeping this from being a four-star book. If not for Merry's ordeal, this would be the best volume since #3, and for much the same reason -- for once Haruhiro's band actually has a goal beyond making do. We also get POVs from characters beyond Haru and Ranta, which is always a nice change, and the story offers some insight into the bad guy culture, which is more nuanced than previously hinted at. Onwards to volume 9.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    3.5 stars Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash is a series that gets better with each volume; there's new characters, new settings, and new plot twists. Volume 8 of Grimgar is a novel that definitely delivers when it comes to the above. Saying that, this volume was not as good as the seventh one. Volume 7 blew me away, and this book slightly paled in comparison. What made me enjoy this book less than its prequel was the introduction of the new characters-- I just didn't care about them that much. I don't ev 3.5 stars Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash is a series that gets better with each volume; there's new characters, new settings, and new plot twists. Volume 8 of Grimgar is a novel that definitely delivers when it comes to the above. Saying that, this volume was not as good as the seventh one. Volume 7 blew me away, and this book slightly paled in comparison. What made me enjoy this book less than its prequel was the introduction of the new characters-- I just didn't care about them that much. I don't even know if they're going to come back in Volume 9 and forward. If they do, I may change my mind about how I feel about them. I enjoyed the ending of this novel, and I felt that it was worth reading the rest of this book because of it. Grimgar excels at climax scenes in a lot of its volumes, including this one. Overall, this book was pretty good-- not the best in the series, but I still enjoyed it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    Is this series still worth your time at volume 8? Yes it is. There are chapters from Ranta's point of view, and some of the other characters besides Haru. This is so important, especially Ranta, because Haru is so single-minded, so introverted and wrapped up in his own head and insecurities that we need an outside perspective. The party is split up for most of this novel, which also adds to the tension and makes them vulnerable all over again. The best part has to be the insight into the goblins a Is this series still worth your time at volume 8? Yes it is. There are chapters from Ranta's point of view, and some of the other characters besides Haru. This is so important, especially Ranta, because Haru is so single-minded, so introverted and wrapped up in his own head and insecurities that we need an outside perspective. The party is split up for most of this novel, which also adds to the tension and makes them vulnerable all over again. The best part has to be the insight into the goblins and orcs, the "enemies" that they have been fighting all this time are not so very different, and yet Haru and his friends must fight and kill in order to survive. The character descriptions in the beginning of the story are not as actuate anymore. (view spoiler)["Haru is a passive-type", but he has taught himself how to take action when he needs to, when his friends are in danger and he is a good leader, even if he can't see that for himself. I love how Shihoru has slowly grown stronger. She was"shy and withdrawn" and hardly is at all anymore. Shihoru is becoming a second in command - and it works - and her original shadow magic is fascinating, almost like the demons that belong to Dread Knights. Ranta is the "#1 most unpopular" and he knows it and acts like he doesn't care, or at least doesn't actively try to be considerate. However, this novel changes things. When we're in his point of view we see how insecure he feels, and then, when he joins the enemy camp, he finally finds companions that accept him as is. If Ranta does leave the party I'm okay because he has found a better place. Merry is the "cool beauty", but she is broken down in this chapter and faces death on her own. Unfortunately, she is the damsel in distress, and I wish she could have overcome her fear and tried to escape on her own, rather than just despairing. Her trust in Ranta is betrayed, but she can't even bring herself to betray him. The "airhead" Yume is very reliable, and her silly misunderstanding endear her to their allies. Yume is the most admirable of the three girls, and a welcomed relief to everyone's 'I'm so pathetic' attitude. Lastly, Kazuku, "The new guy, hard to tell if he's motivated or not". He will be the new guy, until they find another 'new guy'. But he knows he needs to improve himself and it's not going to happen overnight. (hide spoiler)] Not everyone changes in this story, but slowly from volume to volume someone is motivated and begins to change.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Terrence

    A pretty sweeping volume, well, for the most part. I think it moves a bit too fast in terms of character introductions, as we get bombarded with a new cast of adventurers along with our first real "human" enemies. One of the big parts to this novel is that it serves to split the group. This leads to some interesting stuff, like furthering / complicating relationship triangles, and new battle tactics. Battles were ok in this volume. There's a lot of fighting, and maybe that's what doesn't make the A pretty sweeping volume, well, for the most part. I think it moves a bit too fast in terms of character introductions, as we get bombarded with a new cast of adventurers along with our first real "human" enemies. One of the big parts to this novel is that it serves to split the group. This leads to some interesting stuff, like furthering / complicating relationship triangles, and new battle tactics. Battles were ok in this volume. There's a lot of fighting, and maybe that's what doesn't make them all hit home for me, but I'm not a huge Shounen action fan to begin with. The moves that our heroes can make are, overall, pretty well established, and they haven't gotten anything new yet. The new cast we meet have some different techniques, but nothing earthshattering that comes through during any of the major battle scenes. Typical of Grimgar, this one ends with more movement. You just wonder when or if our heroes will get back to town to relax.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ricardo Matos

    Unexpected yet again :D Grimgar manages to pull off these volumes where it breaks with the traditional fantasy. Can't go too deep into the story because I don't want to spoil. All I will share is, the team splits up into 3 pairs, and it gives us an opportunity for some characters like Shirohuro to share a bit of their inner thoughts. Smashed the volume really fast! Ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, can't wait for volume 9!!! Unexpected yet again :D Grimgar manages to pull off these volumes where it breaks with the traditional fantasy. Can't go too deep into the story because I don't want to spoil. All I will share is, the team splits up into 3 pairs, and it gives us an opportunity for some characters like Shirohuro to share a bit of their inner thoughts. Smashed the volume really fast! Ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, can't wait for volume 9!!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ivan

    Great character development This is the first time on all volumes I feel such deep and rich character development. They each have a unique personality and/or story. It is also the first time I see Haruhiro really grow significantly. I hope it would be more though. It still feels the mc is developing too slowly.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tomcat

    No progress. Volume 8 of this series, and everything remains the same. The main character spend half of the book talking about how insecure he is. Once again Yume is here but at the same time there is nothing about her to create a bond. Some plots are pointless, without connection or reason. The story has a lot of potential but is poorly executed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Huy Nguyễn Phúc

    Ranta why? So sad

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    This is probably my favorite one since vol 4. It had a lot of similar character development moments that I really liked.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jenifer Díaz

    OMG! Definitivamente el volumen 8 de esta novela es mi favorito hasta ahora. CHAMA quedé IMPACTADA, el drama lama esta potente, todo se fue a a chingada AAAAH COMO A MI ME ENCANTA.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Eldon Siemens

    Never seems to be any resolutions to the main storyline (not that there is much as far as side plotlines) but I am enjoying it nevertheless.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sergey

  13. 5 out of 5

    Brian Krahenbuhl

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lasse Rosenkilde Olsen

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lachlan

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lewis John Mitchell

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jaydon Van Gent

  18. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ish

  20. 5 out of 5

    Luke

  21. 4 out of 5

    D.gardes

  22. 4 out of 5

    Carl Hamlin

  23. 5 out of 5

    R01Frosty101

  24. 5 out of 5

    BadWolfVindici

  25. 4 out of 5

    Vandush

  26. 5 out of 5

    Book987

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sean Jaghasbanian

  28. 5 out of 5

    BronzeAge

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dustin

  30. 5 out of 5

    Aulyaghibran Margantara

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