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The Alchemist Who Survived Now Dreams of a Quiet City Life (light novel)

The Alchemist Who Survived Now Dreams of a Quiet City Life (light novel)

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A GIRL OUT OF TIME, A FISH OUT OF WATER

Alchemists used to be a dime a dozen in the Kingdom of Endalsia, so Mariela was never particularly special. But her skills were put to the test one fateful day when a horde of monsters came stampeding from the nearby forest. In a desperate attempt to escape the horror, the young alchemist put herself in a state of suspended animation that lasted just a little longer than she’d planned—an entire two hundred years! Needless to say, there have been some big changes, and biggest of all: Mariela is now the sole alchemist in the entire kingdom. Her one wish in this strange new environment is to get back her quiet, leisurely, low-key lifestyle!

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Creator: Usata Nonohara • ox
Publisher: Yen On Yen Press
Themes: Adventure Fantasy
Volumes in Original Language: 6 • completed
Volumes in English: 6 • completed
Age Rating: Teen
Trim Size: 5.5" x 8.25"
Format: Paperback
Product Type: Light Novel

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A girl out of time, a fish out of water
Alchemists used to be a dime a dozen in the Kingdom of Endalsia, so Mariela was never particularly special. But her skills were put to the test one fateful day when a horde of monsters came stampeding from the nearby forest. In a desperate attempt to escape the horror, the young alchemist put herself in a state of suspended animation that lasted just a little longer than she'd planned-an entire two hundred years! Needless to say, there have been some big changes, and biggest of all: Mariela is now the sole alchemist in the entire kingdom. Her one wish in this strange new environment is to get back her quiet, leisurely, low-key lifestyle!

Volume Details

Release Date: October 15, 2019
Pages: 224
ISBN: 9781975385514