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#ARCstravaganza // Children of the Whales Vol. 1

BOOKSTAGRAM MONDAY IS HERE!! I received this e-arc of a manga and wanted to include it because the ART! THE ART!!! Check it out…

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#ARCstravaganza is a weekly meme hosted by Flavia at Flavia the Bibliophile to give book bloggers a chance to show off the ARC/eARC beauties they received and spread the word about their most anticipated new releases! (Check out her page for more information.) Feel free to post your photos on your blog, Instagram, and Twitter with the #ARCstravaganza hashtag…


Children of the Whales, Vol. 1 by Abi Umeda

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I totally consumed this as soon as the ARC was on my hot little reader! I LOVED it and will be posting my review this weekend… I love the fusion of genres and post-apocalyptic is totally intriguing to me! And I LOVED that aspect of the art and the story! YES! I found a new manga series to read…

The whales (that blue and green stone blob) travels along endless desert sands… I wanted to include a couple of the characters so I crammed them in too! It’s not the prettiest picture but it is super informative about the series and I’m hoping tantalizing you to try this manga…


About Children of the Whales, Vol. 1

34852844In this post-apocalyptic fantasy, a sea of sand swallows everything but the past.

In an endless sea of sand drifts the Mud Whale, a floating island city of clay and magic. In its chambers a small community clings to survival, most dying young from the very powers that sustain them.

Chakuro is the Archivist for the Mud Whale, diligently chronicling the lives and deaths of his people. As one of the saimia wielders, whose life spans are cut short by their own magic, he knows his time is limited and is determined to leave a better record than his predecessors. But the steady pace of their isolated existence on the Mud Whale is abruptly shattered when a scouting party discovers a mysterious young girl who seems to know more about their home than they do…


by Abi Umeda
Published November 21st 2017
by VIZ Media LLC

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Post-apocalyptic fantasy manga… all of those don’t seem to go together, but such a fusion is tantalizing to me! What do you think about fusion? What genres do you want fused?

Do you read ARCs or instagram? Does Children of the Whales sound intriguing? My review coming soon!!

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