Amanda Sun



  • Title: Storm
  • Author: Amanda Sun
  • ISBN: 9780373211746
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback

After almost a year in Japan, Katie Greene has finally unearthed the terrible secret behind her boyfriend Tomohiro s deadly ability to bring drawings to life not only is he descended from Kami, the ancient Japanese gods, but he is the heir to a tragedy that occurred long ago, a tragedy that is about to repeat Even as the blood of a vengeful god rages inside Tomo, Katie isAfter almost a year in Japan, Katie Greene has finally unearthed the terrible secret behind her boyfriend Tomohiro s deadly ability to bring drawings to life not only is he descended from Kami, the ancient Japanese gods, but he is the heir to a tragedy that occurred long ago, a tragedy that is about to repeat Even as the blood of a vengeful god rages inside Tomo, Katie is determined to put his dark powers to sleep In order to do so, she and Tomo must journey to find the three Imperial Treasures of Japan Gifts from the goddess Amaterasu herself, these treasures could unlock all of the secrets about Tomo s volatile ancestry and quell the ink s lust for destruction But in order to complete their quest, Tomo and Katie must confront out of control Kami and former friend Jun, who has begun his own quest of revenge against those he believes have wronged him To save the world, and themselves, Katie and Tomo will be up against one of the darkest Kami creations they ve ever encountered and they may not make it out alive.

Recent Comments "Storm"

I am so excited for this one.LE REVIEW BE COMING SOON

EDIT: ok, so I finally got around to writing something about this (not that anyone cares though lol) and I want to say I liked the story overall ^_^ It's great to see something written about other ideas, cultures and beings that are not necessarily always covered. (I'm getting wayyy to sick of seeing vampires, magic, witches, werewolves, those supernatural-powerful-chosen kids, and end-of-the-world things haha, although it's understandable that an idea can be recycled well ^_^ )Anyways, the stor [...]

platypire/j-hooligan/sI have been waiting for this book since the moment I finished Rain, about a year ago. I had pre-ordered this as a Christmas present to myself, because I love me so much and I knew I deserved this.When I did finally get it, I was afraid to start it. Not because I was worried I wouldn't like it, but because I did not want it to end.It didn't take long for my curiosity to get the better of me, and I started reading it.Amusing thing, I knew I liked this serious. I went into thi [...]

So, this thing has been sitting on my "currently reading" shelf for weeks, because I can't muster the strength to discuss it. I usually love to review things right away, even if I hated thembut I just can't with this series. Sorry, not sorry and all that. Also, here's a warning that there will be swearing below.So let's keep this brief:- Katie is the ultimate Mary Sue who is so special despite the fact that she does literally nothing in the entire book. (view spoiler)[She can't even fulfill her [...]


See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was a paperback I got from Vine for review.Diversity Rating: 3 – Closer to Reality Racial-Ethnic: 5 (most characters are Japanese)QUILTBAG: 2 (Ishikawa is gay, but his role troubles me)Disability: 0Intersectionality: 2 (Gay Japanese boy, Tomo from one-parent family, and others)Though my ratings for this series have been a bit middling in the past (3.5 for the first book, 2 for the second), my feelings for this series are a lot more enthusiastic [...]

I already read Ink, which I absolutely adore and love. Rain doesn't meet my expectations, but Storm certainly hits the right marks. It is darker than Ink, and Amanda Sun takes a deeper step into Japanese mythology. I myself have never heard of these gods before (examples include: Amaterasu, Susanoo, Tsukuyomi), but their stories are fascinating. They remind me of Greek mythology, but unlike Greek mythology, these stories are a breath of fresh air. Though they are ancient, they are created anew b [...]

Paper Gods se ha convertido en una de mis trilogías favoritas. Odio tener que decirle adiós. Storm ha sido un cierre decente, sin embargo, como siempre pasa con las conclusiones, fue una de esas cuya poca intensidad se ve concentrada en una escena épica final. Mientras, solo me dan largas. Argh, quizá espero mucho de los finales, pero eso me decepcionó.En general, el ritmo de los libros de Amanda no se caracteriza por ser muy acelerado pero te mentiene enganchado, lo cual no fue el caso de [...]

After the ending to Rain, I was left with a million questions, all with absolutely no answers.Storm picks right back up with where Rain ended, just a few days after. Katie's having issues, Tomohiro's having issues, and Jun's having serious issues. Everyone's having issues. GAH. What has the world come to?Katie and Tomo are on a race to put a stop to the waging war of kami blood inside Tomo, because if not, the kami blood will take over and he'll destroy everything. But to make matters worse, Jun [...]

I still love the insight of the Japanese culture and setting. Overall the book was good but the first part of the book was kind of slow.

Expected publication: June 30th 2015 by Harlequin Teen

3.5 stars I enjoyed this more than I thought the action picked up significantly in this book but it didn't blow me away

Book ReviewTitle: StormAuthor: Amanda SunGenre: YA/Fantasy/RomanceRating: ****Review: I was so excited about the final instalment in the Paper Gods trilogy. This book opens almost immediately after where Rain finished. We see Katie and Tomo looking for a way to put Tomo’s violent Kami blood to sleep but everyone else (their parents, teachers etc.) wants to keep them apart. With Tomo and Jun being on opposite sides of the coming war Katie tries everything to make Jun see sense but at this point [...]

(Review originally posted here: bibliotropic/2016/01/29/ja)The final novel of the Paper Gods trilogy ups the action of the previous 2, with Katie, Tomohiro, and Ishikawa trying to fight against Tomohiro’s destiny as they seek the Imperial Treasure of Japan in the belief that they can end the curse of the ink and kami. As such, it takes a leap away from the strong slice-of-life feel that the earlier 2 books had, abeit slice-of-life mixed with supernatural elements. The trend of introducing aspe [...]

Rule of 3 weird in book set in Japan.pussreboots/blog/2017/comm

I briefly remember seeing the first book when it was first released. I thought it sounded good and wanted to check it out. Yet, I never did and forgot to write it down to check out. In fact, I still had forgotten about this series until I got this book. Which I did not realize was the final book in the trilogy until I picked it up to read it. I almost thought about not reading this book because it sounded like too much history had taken place in the first two books. However I gave in and tried t [...]

I think this book was really GREAT!!!! because this book was talking about a girl name Katie Greene. She has been in Japan for like a year. It's about her boyfriend, there was a terrible secret about her boyfriend name Tomohiro ( For short Tomo). He has deadly secret, He has an ability to bring his drawing to lives he can even bring ancient Japanese gods. Katie has a mission she had to fines the three imperial treasures of japan. But there was a problem. The problem was she needs to fines more s [...]

*sad face*Yes I’m sad.I’m sad because Paper Gods ended. It is one of my favorite YA series. I don’t want it to end. UGH!*MC’s Corner* Note: Spoilers.• I’m gonna miss you so much Yuu Tomohiro! *sob*• If you love YA book don’t miss this series. ITS SO GOOD!It never disappointed me!• Plus! You’re going to learn a bit about Japan. Cool! @gleekidMC

"The third book in the Paper Gods series is filled with action and romance. Reading this well-written roller-coaster ride is like an out-of-body experience, taking readers to a far-away place with a plot made of their wildest dreams. This read, which is part of an amazing series, is worth your time" (RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars).Paper Gods, book 3

Mythology makes me happy :)Mythology that reads like a manga/anime makes it even more fun :DThe Twilight vibe is still pretty strong. But still worth reading because mythology. There's a bit of Death Note feels too~ but still mostly interesting because mythology.

buena conclusion a una interesante trilogia vale la pena darle una oportunidad! :3 #rightinthefeels

What a wonderful way to wrap the series up! One of the most satisfactory series finales I've ever read. I really, really like this whole series!

I loved this book so much the drawing make the story come alive. All in all I have to say this is a great ending to a really good series.

I love profusely all the Japanese incorporation, it made the book refreshing and cool. I just couldn't ever stomach the protagonist. Still, good series.

I am now a sad nugget that this series is over. Full review to come.

Not my favorite in this series.

I’m just going to write my thoughts on all three books here because all books were essentially the same. Rating for all three books are 3 stars so that equals the series as mediocre. Sorry not sorry.Likes:*Love the mythology of Japan’s Kami. Don’t know much about them but it was fun reading about the different ones and what they are the gods of.*I loved how Japanese phrases were in there and there was a lot of Japanese culture throughout.*Tomo’s friend, Ishikawa, is the stand out charact [...]

I highly enjoyed this 3rd entry into the series. Continuing the story of the protagonist Katie, a foreigner girl who came to Japan to live with her aunt, and Tomohiro, a japanese kami who is struggling with his identity. My favorite character in this book was Ishikawa because of his true courage and care for Tomo. I didn't like Katie because she's just such a Mary Sue just like in the other books. This book definitely kept me interested throughout the entire thing. My favorite part was when they [...]

I was initially drawn to the Paper Gods series because I like Japanese culture and the premise seemed original. However, in the first three chapters of INK, I knew I would never be invested in the relationship between Katie and Tomo. I decided to keep reading for the fantasy elements. Early on in STORM we are told that Japanese teens view sex a lot more casually than Americans. (I have not lived in Japan as miss Sun has, but was under the impression Japan was struggling with low birth rates and [...]

It was ok. Kind of not the exciting ending that I longed for. The first two books were great and it seemed like this one was just rushed and splatted out quickly. Also was it just me or did the main character get super annoying and childish towards the end? She seemed to be focusing a whole lot on events from the past rather than facing what was going on in the present. The lack of progress with Tomo and Katie's relationship was super irritating too.

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