Yamashita Minato & 山下湊

Ouroboros Record ~Circus of Oubeniel~

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[This is an everlasting love story.] The second son of the Count family, Tullius Shernan Oubeniel, was a person who reincarnated from modern day Japan. That is, a person who has a single experience of death. With no understanding as to how he was reincarnated, he thought that perhaps, he might be reincarnated next time in the same way. Yet, his fear of death was greater than anything – above that, he could only do things such that he avoids death. Peculiar to this world were certain kinds of magic and one of them was alchemy. Choosing this class of magic, he was said to be able to attain perpetual youth and longevity. With that as his only salvation and goal, he had to reach out his hand towards the deepest secrets of alchemy and did so as though it was the only way for him to live. Even if there were sacrifices to be made for that end. A slave maid admired him from his youth. A Count family. Adventurer. Slave. Citizen. Aristocrat. Country. Humans. Other beings that were not human…… Just because of one man’s delusional obsessions, many lives were changed, warped, torn apart. Even then, Tullius’s footsteps never knew pause. Everything was so that he could reach the forever he longed for.

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  1. Rodrigo Pereira

    I liked it, just amazing

  2. aidas baranauskas

    Heckin awesome. I may say this to most (every) new novel I read but “this is the best novel so far”… and I’ve read like 5 I’ll have you know. Not once did I question the protag’s actions, not once was I like “wow, he could have taken that shortcut, it was so obvious”. Or maybe I forgot but regardless, this is damn awesome

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