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Having escaped the Dusk Realm, Haruhiro and the party enter another world that is not Grimgar, one where the sun never rises. Even with no information to go on, Haruhiro still must lead his comrades. Fortunately, they discover a town where the residents of this new world live and they are able secure their safety for the time being. However, the environment is harsh and th Having escaped the Dusk Realm, Haruhiro and the party enter another world that is not Grimgar, one where the sun never rises. Even with no information to go on, Haruhiro still must lead his comrades. Fortunately, they discover a town where the residents of this new world live and they are able secure their safety for the time being. However, the environment is harsh and there are still a mountain of problems left to deal with. What's more, they have no leads on the all-important method for returning to Grimgar. They question whether they will they be able to go home, and if the real home that sometimes flashes through their minds is actually some other place entirely. With many feelings in their hearts, Haruhiro and the others proceed to explore the new world. As they wander through the ashes, what lies ahead for them?


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Having escaped the Dusk Realm, Haruhiro and the party enter another world that is not Grimgar, one where the sun never rises. Even with no information to go on, Haruhiro still must lead his comrades. Fortunately, they discover a town where the residents of this new world live and they are able secure their safety for the time being. However, the environment is harsh and th Having escaped the Dusk Realm, Haruhiro and the party enter another world that is not Grimgar, one where the sun never rises. Even with no information to go on, Haruhiro still must lead his comrades. Fortunately, they discover a town where the residents of this new world live and they are able secure their safety for the time being. However, the environment is harsh and there are still a mountain of problems left to deal with. What's more, they have no leads on the all-important method for returning to Grimgar. They question whether they will they be able to go home, and if the real home that sometimes flashes through their minds is actually some other place entirely. With many feelings in their hearts, Haruhiro and the others proceed to explore the new world. As they wander through the ashes, what lies ahead for them?

30 review for Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash: Volume 7

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gabriel d'Matos

    It is ok. But Ranta is too much.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tarl

    I enjoyed this book a lot more than I was thinking I was going to given how the series was progressing. Presenting a new world with a lot of huge threats and new monsters, readers are treated to some interesting material and situations. You also get to see the team making smarter decisions, such as turning away from a difficult situation until they were better prepared. We also get to see what happens to adventurers who get trapped in other realms with no means of escape and how they survived. I I enjoyed this book a lot more than I was thinking I was going to given how the series was progressing. Presenting a new world with a lot of huge threats and new monsters, readers are treated to some interesting material and situations. You also get to see the team making smarter decisions, such as turning away from a difficult situation until they were better prepared. We also get to see what happens to adventurers who get trapped in other realms with no means of escape and how they survived. I found that to be one of the more interesting parts of the novel, though it was also kind of depressing. As with every previous novel the protagonists continue their march forward and growth as people. Unfortunately, their leader continues to second guess himself and it gets annoying fast, especially since we've been reading about this for 7 books now and it's always the same. He's lead the group into some pretty good situations and though they may have lost some comrades, you think that he would have at least gotten some experience and confidence. The other characters also continue their own personal tropes which doesn't help the story in that regards. As much as they grew in this story, some (like Ranta) continue to be very much the same character they were in the first book, and that is a bit disappointing as, with their leader, they should have grown a lot more than they have. In the end though, I liked this book, and am interested to see what happens when the characters move to their next location. Hopefully the characters evolve in the next book, and some of the events that have come to pass create some interesting interactions between the characters and helps to change their relationships. And honestly, if you have made it this far you are going to keep reading. But at least you know that the book series starts to get interesting again.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Terrence

    I think this is one of the better Grimgar volumes yet. I always get concerned in these Isekai, when the world gets established, that they're just going to stagnate with internal conflicts and no actual adventure / discovery. Luckily, Grimgar is about characters who are always on the move for one reason or another. In this chapter, our characters find themselves leaving the Dusk Realm for an even darker realm. The comfort and safety they felt traveling with Lala and her manservant dude are fleetin I think this is one of the better Grimgar volumes yet. I always get concerned in these Isekai, when the world gets established, that they're just going to stagnate with internal conflicts and no actual adventure / discovery. Luckily, Grimgar is about characters who are always on the move for one reason or another. In this chapter, our characters find themselves leaving the Dusk Realm for an even darker realm. The comfort and safety they felt traveling with Lala and her manservant dude are fleeting, and they're on their own again quickly. This was definitely really depressing at times. It gets really existential, talking about death as an inevitability. The world established in this new region is very harsh too. There is a bit of talk about being paralyzed into staying in one place as well. It just feels like a very anxiety driven chapter. This particular story is all about Haru and his mindset, whereas other stories I think focused more on establishing other characters, even if Haru has been the lead. I don't really know how to take some of the developments in this chapter. Things are left unresolved a bit character relationship wise, but resolved in terms of the over arching "adventure". There's good progress in this chapter towards something, though just teases of where they could be going with the story from here, and the end goal is still not quite clearly in sight (probably won't be until Haru and Souma are on equal footing / come back together). The next volume should be interesting...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tomcat

    Poor end. Even though the story advance, the characters doesn't. More than half of the book is spent narrating over and over how low is the self-esteem of the main character is and how annoying is Ranta. This is the 7th installment of the series and honestly the main character hadn't advanced or improved at all. The secondary characters in this installment were more like NPCs without will or personality. Is a shame the author hadn't delve deeper in each one of them. It looks t like the author wis Poor end. Even though the story advance, the characters doesn't. More than half of the book is spent narrating over and over how low is the self-esteem of the main character is and how annoying is Ranta. This is the 7th installment of the series and honestly the main character hadn't advanced or improved at all. The secondary characters in this installment were more like NPCs without will or personality. Is a shame the author hadn't delve deeper in each one of them. It looks t like the author wished to leave this book with a cliffhanger, but instead the end was a mess, totally incomprehensible.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo Matos

    Simply couldn't put it down. The team is back on their own, discovering how to survive by themselves again. Some of their reactions are childish but this is one of the few series where teenagers thrown into a deadly situation actually break down and have difficulties like what you'd expect from teenagers :D Really really really great entry for this series! Restored my faith in Grimgar after volume 6 that wasn't that great tbh. Simply couldn't put it down. The team is back on their own, discovering how to survive by themselves again. Some of their reactions are childish but this is one of the few series where teenagers thrown into a deadly situation actually break down and have difficulties like what you'd expect from teenagers :D Really really really great entry for this series! Restored my faith in Grimgar after volume 6 that wasn't that great tbh.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Roxanne Nelson

    After the Dusk Realm, we enter an even darker one. This is reminiscent of the first novel, with our party struggling to make a living in a world they don't understand, but the author handled it better overall. After the Dusk Realm, we enter an even darker one. This is reminiscent of the first novel, with our party struggling to make a living in a world they don't understand, but the author handled it better overall.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kayleigh

    Absolutely outstanding!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Michael Cowan

    Getting really good. Getting really good. The writing is much better, I wish they would go back and re translate the first four books.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Yan

    This volume seemed longer then the others, but in a good way. I loved it. Also, I really want to know how the group will perceive their environment and be perceived by others when they go back.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Raven の Nest

    I've posted my review of Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash: Volume 7 on my blog (link here) I will be really glad if you check it out I've posted my review of Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash: Volume 7 on my blog (link here) I will be really glad if you check it out

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kito

  12. 5 out of 5

    Melancholy

  13. 5 out of 5

    steven garner

  14. 5 out of 5

    Vaughan Peake

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ben

  16. 4 out of 5

    Charles CE

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alvaro

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ulises

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bob Valmont

  20. 4 out of 5

    Xavier Lariviere

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kruszer

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joël St-Amour

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jorge Valdez

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Pauley

  25. 4 out of 5

    Voldenuit

  26. 4 out of 5

    George G

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stone

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lachlan

  29. 5 out of 5

    cindi montgomery

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

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