Gods with everlasting lives. Sura who possess unrivaled power. And humans, caught helplessly in-between. When Kubera’s peaceful village meets its fiery end, a mysterious magician named Asha comes to her rescue. Together they begin on a journey in search of answers and revenge. Meanwhile across the realms, a web of entwined fates is growing tighter. One by one the other players of the game will emerge, each with their own agenda to pursue. At the center of this maelstrom stands Kubera, the girl with a god's name. Will this sixteen-year-old be the salvation of the world or its destruction?
Kubera is one of my favorite stories I've ever read, despite the beginning of the story takes a long time to progress. The art is amazing, I really love its aesthetic. The main character is a bit of a ditz at first, but as she learns more about magic and parts of the world she doesn't know, she became a lot more mature. If you're expecting romance in this story, then this story might be for you. There is romance, for sure, but the romance takes a long time to progress and the story focuses more on how the main character develops in the story. The story takes an extremely long time of progress, so if you want to read this story, you have to be prepared that this story takes quite some time. I really recommend it for people to read it though, it's worth it.
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