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“Well, I don't know what a gronom is, but I know a kirin is a sort of Japanese unicorn who has something to do with chiising an/or identifying future rulers.”
“A sweet, simple story of a boy's efforts to grow into his magical self as a kirin of the Twelve Kingdoms, destined to choose and guide the king of Tai.”
“TAIKI: But I was born in Japan and have only recently come to this world, and don't know how to take on my kirin form, or tame demons, or anything.”
“I think one of the really appealing things about Enki in particular is that he has this sarcastic, blunt personality but that he's fundamentally a kirin, so more than Keiki (who is quite stoic) and Taiki (who is a boring, personalityless golden child) he's really interesting to me.”
“And all this was without bringing in the Chinese kirin, which looked more like a dragon, so far as she was concerned!”
“For instance, when he is told there are eleven other kirin in addition to him, he then wonders if that means there are twelve in all.”
“This book is the story of Taiki, the kirin of the kingdom of Tai.”
“Since Tai has no king, a lamia hatches to care for the imminent kirin of Tai.”
“Taiki begins as a fairly weak protagonist since he is very apologetic and cries a lot, not at all like the typical kirin.”
“However, the lamia and the oracles of Hohzan are not prepared to give up on Taiki and continue to search for him even when he has been unaccounted for longer than any kirin in history.”
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The Japanese get their own list now because there are so darn many of them!
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