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On the cursed island of Envecor, everyone is doomed to wear their heart outside their bodies, and are immortal—unable to die, to change, to have children— until they find their soul mate. Paired soul mates are then turned mortal, freed from the curse, and able to leave. But all fairy tales have a dark side: those who don’t want to lose their immortality pay “Heart Hunters” On the cursed island of Envecor, everyone is doomed to wear their heart outside their bodies, and are immortal—unable to die, to change,


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On the cursed island of Envecor, everyone is doomed to wear their heart outside their bodies, and are immortal—unable to die, to change, to have children— until they find their soul mate. Paired soul mates are then turned mortal, freed from the curse, and able to leave. But all fairy tales have a dark side: those who don’t want to lose their immortality pay “Heart Hunters” On the cursed island of Envecor, everyone is doomed to wear their heart outside their bodies, and are immortal—unable to die, to change, to have children— until they find their soul mate. Paired soul mates are then turned mortal, freed from the curse, and able to leave. But all fairy tales have a dark side: those who don’t want to lose their immortality pay “Heart Hunters” to find their soul mates and kill them so they may remain immortal. Psyche, a Heart Hunter, is hired by the king to kill his soulmate. As she sets out on her quest, she begins her own journey of mending her broken heart and learning to trust again.

22 review for The Heart Hunter

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tricia Levenseller

    This was beautiful and powerful. Also Marius is my favorite.

  2. 5 out of 5

    toointofiction

    Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐You can check it out on my blog as well.This was sooo cute!!I have been waiting for someone to put this concept to paper for so long. It has been going around the web for a while. People do not age or die (unless their heart is pierced with a specific magical arrow) or change at all until they meet their soulmate. And once they do, they must leave the cursed island or risk dying, regardless of whether the soulmates leave their family or children behind. I had a huge crush on this con Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐You can check it out on my blog as well.This was sooo cute!!I have been waiting for someone to put this concept to paper for so long. It has been going around the web for a while. People do not age or die (unless their heart is pierced with a specific magical arrow) or change at all until they meet their soulmate. And once they do, they must leave the cursed island or risk dying, regardless of whether the soulmates leave their family or children behind. I had a huge crush on this concept and it's so great that it was so well executed. It's so awesome that I found this story and in a comic no less. I love it when an awesome story is illustrated. Fortunately, it was also very well written. I would've been so pissed if this concept was completely butchered and ruined. Not to mention the incredible, beautiful art that accompanied this awesome story.The idea that some people would rather live forever than have a soulmate, and therefore sent a Heart Hunter to track their soulmate down and kill them adds a bit of more realism into the fantasy of the story and I really liked that. I also liked the idea that hearts can change the way people change and that means they can find a new/different soulmate. So if a soulmate dies, one way or another, and the heart changes then it will be linked to someone else's heart.The story was so touching and beautiful. People's hearts are outside of their body and they take a form according to how they are treated by their wearers. Just like any living thing, the heart needs to be nurtured, otherwise it tears and bleeds, and rots. The relationships between the MCs, whether soulmates or not, were so beautiful, and sweet, and well-written.I did find some plot holes, however. I don't understand how more than one child is born on the island if only soulmates can procreate, and once mated, must leave the island or risk dying. Also, while I liked the idea that it's not only romantic love that can mate two people (Psyche, the Heart Hunter mated to her sister because they somehow completed each other), it was specifically mentioned, in the beginning, that people didn't bother forming romantic relationships because of the curse, and those that did were scrutinized and judged. So the mating bond between Psyche and her sister doesn't make much sense.I still loved the comic, though. It's really, really good and I would definitely recommend it to a friend.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mackenzi

    Good Lord this book is so lovely. Both the story and visuals are stunning. What a beautiful tribute to love in its many rare and precious forms.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Samm | Sassenach the Book Wizard

    I will read anything this author puts out after Speak Easy, Speak Love.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shannara

    I almost knocked a star off this rating due to the image about 25 pages in. It probably won’t bother most people, but I’m super sensitive about things going near eyes... so here it is in case you are curious... (view spoiler)[ She sticks a dang needle in her eyeball!!!! Like WTF!?!? (hide spoiler)]. But other than that, this is absolutely perfect!!It took me a bit to get used to the art. It looks just a little rougher than what I’m used to, but now I really think it just adds to the charm!! The I almost knocked a star off this rating due to the image about 25 pages in. It probably won’t bother most people, but I’m super sensitive about things going near eyes... so here it is in case you are curious... (view spoiler)[ She sticks a dang needle in her eyeball!!!! Like WTF!?!? (hide spoiler)]. But other than that, this is absolutely perfect!!It took me a bit to get used to the art. It looks just a little rougher than what I’m used to, but now I really think it just adds to the charm!! The characters are each so interesting to look at and I really enjoyed the individual hearts. Who would have thought that everyone’s hearts would be so different from each other!.? It was such a fun little detail. The story was just so intriguing that I had a hard time stopping once I got into it. And just when you’re pretty sure you know how it’s going to go, things get flipped over and you don’t know where everything is going to fall. The ending!!! I’m still all mushy from that ending and I am tempted to reread it just to take it all in again. That’s how much I liked it. I recommend this to those who enjoy graphic novels that have adventure, humor, and a sweet side. This is such a fun read!!Thanks so much to NetGalley, Legendary Comics, and Mickey George for providing the opportunity to read this for my honest and unbiased opinion.

  6. 5 out of 5

    akacya ♡̷̷ˎˊ

    I received a complimentary review copy in exchange for an honest review. This did not affect my rating.A curse in Envecor has doomed its residents to stay on the island and be immortal until they find their soulmate. The king, however, sends out Heart Hunters to kill his soulmates so that he can live forever. The story follows Psyche, a Heart Hunter, and Isaac, the king’s soulmate.This art style is so unique and not something I normally see in graphic novels. This graphic novel has a great balan I received a complimentary review copy in exchange for an honest review. This did not affect my rating.A curse in Envecor has doomed its residents to stay on the island and be immortal until they find their soulmate. The king, however, sends out Heart Hunters to kill his soulmates so that he can live forever. The story follows Psyche, a Heart Hunter, and Isaac, the king’s soulmate.This art style is so unique and not something I normally see in graphic novels. This graphic novel has a great balance of storytelling through both the words and the art. Additionally, there is such a beautiful exploration of platonic love, as well as romantic love. I highly recommend to graphic novel lovers!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Isabel Hinen

    Age group: 13+Genre: graphic novel, sci-fi/fantasy, YAContent: some blood because of exposed hearts (duh)Sensitive subjects: LGBTQ+, trauma, deathAs a mostly conservative Christian, I was disappointed in this story. The premise sounded pretty cool, but there was a heavy theme of LGBTQ+; some of the characters were completely gender-fluid, which was very confusing to me. I don't agree with that idea/lifestyle, but I looked past it for the sake of the story. I found the story itself to be decent- Age group: 13+Genre: graphic novel, sci-fi/fantasy, YAContent: some blood because of exposed hearts (duh)Sensitive subjects: LGBTQ+, trauma, deathAs a mostly conservative Christian, I was disappointed in this story. The premise sounded pretty cool, but there was a heavy theme of LGBTQ+; some of the characters were completely gender-fluid, which was very confusing to me. I don't agree with that idea/lifestyle, but I looked past it for the sake of the story. I found the story itself to be decent- I loved the whole idea centered around the heart curse, and the way that so much of the story was metaphorical for the way we experience love and heartbreak and our coping mechanisms. That was really cool. I just wish there was a little more in-depth character development, world development, and a less abrupt end. Overall it was pretty good, but I just wish I could find good graphic novels with more traditional values. I would be okay with some background reference to same-sex partnership, but I feel like every graphic novel I've come across beats you over the head with it and makes it the central theme. I just wish for more inclusion of traditional values in this genre. Anyway, I'll get off my soapbox and let you think whatever you want. Everyone is free to their opinion and I'm just sharing mine. I liked the idea of the story, honestly. Just could have done without some of the details.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Bartos

    I thought the concept of this graphic novel was such a cool one, and I think the art is really great. However, the plot gets sort of convoluted, and by the end, I was just reading for it to be over. I wish I had liked it more, obviously, but I don't really have a ton of positives or negatives. I thought the concept of this graphic novel was such a cool one, and I think the art is really great. However, the plot gets sort of convoluted, and by the end, I was just reading for it to be over. I wish I had liked it more, obviously, but I don't really have a ton of positives or negatives.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Starr ❇✌❇

    TW: suicide, death of siblingI received an ARC from EdelweissI am so, so obsessed with this, I know I'm going to be going crazy over it for weeks now. Not only is the art so good, and the character designs- especially for Time and Death- great, but the concept? Fantastic. The idea of being immortal until you find your soulmate is not completely unique, but compelling all the same- and the idea of the brokenhearted becoming basically assassins to destroy the hearts of the soulmates of those w TW: suicide, death of siblingI received an ARC from EdelweissI am so, so obsessed with this, I know I'm going to be going crazy over it for weeks now. Not only is the art so good, and the character designs- especially for Time and Death- great, but the concept? Fantastic. The idea of being immortal until you find your soulmate is not completely unique, but compelling all the same- and the idea of the brokenhearted becoming basically assassins to destroy the hearts of the soulmates of those who want to live forever? Phenomenal. This book is also chock full of metaphors about grief, connection, and emotional well being, in some really cool ways, and includes non-romantic and non-concrete soulmates at its core!Plus, man, I just really love these characters. I want more Marius and more Isaac right now please (and more Psyche would be nice too, she needs a hug). I feel totally sucked into this cast of characters and their world, and I am legitimately sad to have to leave them now.

  10. 4 out of 5

    carley (ꈍ ᴗ ꈍ✿)

    💕💕 this was amazing

  11. 4 out of 5

    Isaiah

    To see more reviews check out MI Book Reviews.I got an ARC of this book.I am not exactly a fan of metaphors in general, just say what you mean. Hiding behind some flowery language doesn’t make it clearer and can just make it difficult to understand. Yet, this comic was just a giant metaphor about healing and love and I liked it. It is a bit wild.The plot was interesting. The way that the curse worked, the way that the hearts worked, the different elements really sold it. I loved that there were To see more reviews check out MI Book Reviews.I got an ARC of this book.I am not exactly a fan of metaphors in general, just say what you mean. Hiding behind some flowery language doesn’t make it clearer and can just make it difficult to understand. Yet, this comic was just a giant metaphor about healing and love and I liked it. It is a bit wild.The plot was interesting. The way that the curse worked, the way that the hearts worked, the different elements really sold it. I loved that there were hearts of gold, bleeding hearts, broken hearts, you get the idea. There was a role for every type of heart. The idea that someone can be stagnant in their pain and cruel in their desire to only have love was fascinating. I really can’t say enough about the plot and the mechanics of the hearts.The art was ok. There were times I wasn’t impressed with it. There were other times when the art was perfect. I think it just wasn’t an art style that meshes well with me. Others have praised it for being breathtaking and I guess I can sort of see it. I picked up this book for the plot though. The art doesn’t carry the story. Often times it felt like the art didn’t live up to the greatest parts of the story. Overall, this was a wonderful book. I read it in one sitting and felt satisfied with it. The ending was a little bit cheesy, but also the only ending that really made too much sense. I would have liked a polyam situation, but I don’t often get what I want. I did love that the soulmates did not have to be lovers, that was a really nice detail. That detail alone would be enough for me to recommend this book to people.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Demi

    Thank you to Netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.I've always been fairly indifferent to the Soulmate trope, it doesn't do much for me, but this concept is fantastic! I don't know what it says about me that I'm only interested in Soulmates if one wants to assassinate the other but it sounds fairly On Brand to be honest.It's very cleverly executed. The writer uses feelings and trauma and intangible concepts in very interesting ways and there also a lot of play on word Thank you to Netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.I've always been fairly indifferent to the Soulmate trope, it doesn't do much for me, but this concept is fantastic! I don't know what it says about me that I'm only interested in Soulmates if one wants to assassinate the other but it sounds fairly On Brand to be honest.It's very cleverly executed. The writer uses feelings and trauma and intangible concepts in very interesting ways and there also a lot of play on words which I'm always a real sucker for. I also really enjoyed the personifications of Death and Time, and their role in the story. It has great rep going on too! Very important.I really liked the art style, it was stunning and bold and engaging. However I thought that parts were a little confusingly drawn, or maybe the issue was with the information given in the word balloons/narrative blocks... I don't know. But it hindered the experience some when I had to stop and try to figure out what I was meant to understand from certain pages/panels.I will also say that people should approach with caution. It deals with some particularly tough topics: grief and neglect for yourself and suicide and euthanasia. (The last is how I took that plotline, at least, other people's opinions may vary.) Plus, if you're squeamish, be aware you'll be seeing medically drawn hearts in all sorts of states: bloody and split apart and various objects shoved through them. Highly recommend!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sophie - biblisophagist

    "Joy? It... aches. Why isn't it happier?""Joy is never shallow. If a heart is whole, it slides right off. Only deep cracks of suffering create room for it."This unique story and gorgeous art stole my entire heart. There was truly a point I almost cried. The Heart Hunter is a story about a town where people are immortal until they find their soulmate. At that point, they can leave and grow old together. After hundreds of years of this... not everyone wishes for a mortal life, especially those wit "Joy? It... aches. Why isn't it happier?""Joy is never shallow. If a heart is whole, it slides right off. Only deep cracks of suffering create room for it."This unique story and gorgeous art stole my entire heart. There was truly a point I almost cried. The Heart Hunter is a story about a town where people are immortal until they find their soulmate. At that point, they can leave and grow old together. After hundreds of years of this... not everyone wishes for a mortal life, especially those with broken hearts. We follow Psyche, who as a Heart Hunter, is sent out by the King to kill his soulmate. Only when she meets the soulmate, everything changes. This GN was truly depicted so beautifully. The amount of emotion used in the deep and vibrant color choices really added to the characters and words on the page. The art style is phenomenal and I can't wait to read more that the artist has worked on and more from the author after this debut! The story itself felt so one of a kind. The use of hearts in actuality, using things such as Coping Mechanisms and Bleeding Hearts, etc. as story tools was innovative and made the story easy to connect to. The story and its characters are so beautiful as they consider broken hearts, losing those you love, allowing yourself to move forward and love again. Add to that the beautiful art and this is an altogether stunning piece. Isaac, Psyche, Jez, and Marius all have my heart.(The story also has queer characters, possibly (?) non-binary characters (never outright stated by "they" is used in reference to them, and characters of color)Thank you to NetGalley and Legendary Comics for my ARC!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ana

    Envecor is an island cursed by immortality, it’s citizens wear their hearts outside their bodies in indestructible jars, the only way to break the curse it’s to find your soulmate but there’s a curse in it too because once you find them, you have to immediately leave the island, meaning abandoning your family and friends otherwise you met certain death.The story starts with the King of Hearts employing the services of a Heart Hunter, people that had their heart broken in unimaginable ways, they Envecor is an island cursed by immortality, it’s citizens wear their hearts outside their bodies in indestructible jars, the only way to break the curse it’s to find your soulmate but there’s a curse in it too because once you find them, you have to immediately leave the island, meaning abandoning your family and friends otherwise you met certain death.The story starts with the King of Hearts employing the services of a Heart Hunter, people that had their heart broken in unimaginable ways, they are the only ones who can locate soulmates and Psyche is the best of her kind. As it happens the King needs her services because he wants to kill his soulmate, after all it’s the only way for him to continue to be king but every single Heart Hunter he had sent after his soul mate were unable to killed him and instead were found with their hearts fully mended. The plot is so inventive and clever it was really easy to immerse myself on this world of hearts, curses and soul mates. The beautiful thing about it, is that is not only romantic love that it’s depicted, it was really nice seeing the different types of soulmates that can exist.The characters too were so well written, they had dimensions and I could completely understand their choices and holdbacks.But really the best part about this comic was the art, it’s so completely beautiful, the amount of details and colors used were so well done I couldn’t help but be mesmerized and it only added to make a fantastic story.Definitely recommend for those who want an incredible story and amazing art.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Rose

    The island of Envacor is cursed. Everyone is doomed to wear their heart outside their bodies, and are immortal—unable to die, to change, to have children— until they find their soulmate. Paired soulmates are then turned mortal, freed from the curse, and are able to leave Envacor.Psyche, our protagonist, is a Heart Hunter. People used to hire Heart Hunters to find their soulmates for the old-fashioned reason, a happily ever after. But times have changed, and people are finding that they might lik The island of Envacor is cursed. Everyone is doomed to wear their heart outside their bodies, and are immortal—unable to die, to change, to have children— until they find their soulmate. Paired soulmates are then turned mortal, freed from the curse, and are able to leave Envacor.Psyche, our protagonist, is a Heart Hunter. People used to hire Heart Hunters to find their soulmates for the old-fashioned reason, a happily ever after. But times have changed, and people are finding that they might like immortality after all. Heart Hunters are now assassins for people who wish to keep their immortality, people like the King, who has just hired Psyche to find and kill his soulmate. But when Psyche finds Isaac, things don’t go quite to plan...'The hallmark of a Heart Hunter is a broken heart.'I loved this graphic novel! It has such an intricate, established world and characters. It explores grief, friendship, and different kinds of love. I adored the casual LGBTQ+ rep, and how many messages it had to tell. You could take away something new from this story every time you pick it up.This is a fairly short novel, but so much was packed within its pages! I feel like I could talk about this world and it's mechanics for hours. The exploration of soulmates in particular, and how unique each case could be was so interesting. "...isn't that what a soulmate is for? They're supposed to be the catalyst that changes you into what you're supposed to become."Each of the main characters were so well developed, with really distinct personalities. Some were more likable than others (Isaac was my favourite- definitely one of the best characters I’ve read this year), but through the slow reveals and exploration of their backstories- which was absolutely heartbreaking, I found I had a soft spot for everyone by the end of the novel.The art style perfectly matched the vibe of the book, it was bold and vibrant, and emotion was conveyed deftly through the panels.Actual rating: 4.5 starsThank you to Netgalley and Legendary Comics for providing this e-arc in exchange for an honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Theediscerning

    Hmmm... Slightly clunky, and unevenly paced, this still might appeal to some of the teenaged audience it seems aimed at. It's an interesting premise – this kingdom is cursed, and the terms of the curse are that everyone stays as an adult, never ageing, with their hearts outside their bodies. If they find their soulmate, they can leave together, and they age naturally together to the natural end. Nobody else can get out, and there's actually a dark new career of heart-hunter, whereby you pay an a Hmmm... Slightly clunky, and unevenly paced, this still might appeal to some of the teenaged audience it seems aimed at. It's an interesting premise – this kingdom is cursed, and the terms of the curse are that everyone stays as an adult, never ageing, with their hearts outside their bodies. If they find their soulmate, they can leave together, and they age naturally together to the natural end. Nobody else can get out, and there's actually a dark new career of heart-hunter, whereby you pay an assassin to kill off your soul-mate, thus leaving you immortal, until a new one crops up. The king is using Psyche, the first and best heart-hunter, to get rid of the bloke who's supposed to be his current soul-mate, but of course nothing is going to be that easy...Reading this isn't easy at times – the page is deliberately made dynamic, making those peculiar frames and use of Norman arches in, say, Fables, look quite staid in comparison. Some scenes are fine, text wise; others are certainly rushed. Action scenes aren't handled very well at all. And the script forces all kind of idioms concerning the relevant organ on to the page, so we see the embodiment of a bleeding heart, a heart of gold, someone pouring out their heart... It gets really cheesy quite quickly, and smacks of those teen-friendly texts that try to dramatise the strongest of emotions by turning them into genre fantasy characters. All told it's pretty much worth a look, but in trying to work out how well this great concept had been handled, I quite quickly learnt that it wasn't that great and doable an idea in the first place. Two and a half stars.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Allie // Kitasai

    Thankyou to publisher for sending me a copy of this graphic novel as an e-arc via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.The beginning of this was set up beautifully, I felt the whole idea behind this story was very promising ... but then we met the characters and I fell out of love. The biggest issue with this was the lack of personality and the lack of development in the majority of the characters - especially those at the forefront of the story. I did enjoy the art style for the better pa Thankyou to publisher for sending me a copy of this graphic novel as an e-arc via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.The beginning of this was set up beautifully, I felt the whole idea behind this story was very promising ... but then we met the characters and I fell out of love. The biggest issue with this was the lack of personality and the lack of development in the majority of the characters - especially those at the forefront of the story. I did enjoy the art style for the better part of this, but some parts didn't feel as worked on as others, and then there were long portions of text that took you out of the story. I tend to like my graphic novels to have more action and less text, as I feel they really show the story better that way. Overall this was just alright, the whole idea is very unique and interesting, but the execution and content within needed to be worked on a lot more for me to really enjoy this. 3/5

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    What an amazing story! It takes the concept of soulmates, curse, broken heart, and healing together and I enjoyed every second of it. The Envecor island is cursed. People have to carry their hearts outside their bodies, and do not age or die until they meet their soulmate. Only then can they leave this cursed island and grow old. Not everyone wants to find their soulmate and bond, forcing them to leave Envecor, and that's why Psyche is a heart hunter. Killing someone's heart is the only way for What an amazing story! It takes the concept of soulmates, curse, broken heart, and healing together and I enjoyed every second of it. The Envecor island is cursed. People have to carry their hearts outside their bodies, and do not age or die until they meet their soulmate. Only then can they leave this cursed island and grow old. Not everyone wants to find their soulmate and bond, forcing them to leave Envecor, and that's why Psyche is a heart hunter. Killing someone's heart is the only way for them to die. Psyche, who had her heart broken, goes in search for the king's soulmate, to kill his heart and allow the king to stay on Envecor to make the change he wants around the curse for the island. My favourite things about this story are how soulmates are not necessarily romantic, the casual LGBT+ representation, the heart expressions being literally (bleeding heart, wearing your heart on your sleeve, broken heart, golden heart, etc), and, of course, Psyche's journey and her relationship with Isaac, Marius and Jez.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lizzy // The Bookish Unicorn

    Actual Rating: 4.5 starsThank you to NetGalley and Legendary Comics for giving me an ARC in exchange for an honest review!I really loved this standalone graphic novel. The story and world mythology were really original and the characters felt fleshed out for a story that had a lot of world building to do. The overarching theme of grief and dealing with a broken heart was woven into the story really well. The art was phenomenal and I absolutely loved the character designs and color palette.What I Actual Rating: 4.5 starsThank you to NetGalley and Legendary Comics for giving me an ARC in exchange for an honest review!I really loved this standalone graphic novel. The story and world mythology were really original and the characters felt fleshed out for a story that had a lot of world building to do. The overarching theme of grief and dealing with a broken heart was woven into the story really well. The art was phenomenal and I absolutely loved the character designs and color palette.What I really appreciated the most about this story that is focused so much on soulmates and love, is that it isn't all about straight/ heteronormative romantic love. The author has characters who are queer and also characters who experience familial and friendship love, and it all being shown as a valid form of how you feel about someone.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    Thanks to Netgalley for the copy provided for this review.I'll start by saying that I really liked the style of illustrations, although there were some panels that were really busy that took me a while to figure out what was happenning. The story itself was interesting and the premise engaging, I wished it would have been more developed : The trauma of Psyche was shown a bit shallowly and I would have loved to see more of the relationship with her sister, and the characters ended up being a bit Thanks to Netgalley for the copy provided for this review.I'll start by saying that I really liked the style of illustrations, although there were some panels that were really busy that took me a while to figure out what was happenning. The story itself was interesting and the premise engaging, I wished it would have been more developed : The trauma of Psyche was shown a bit shallowly and I would have loved to see more of the relationship with her sister, and the characters ended up being a bit one dimensional. Still it's was a quick and enjoyable read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Molly Em

    I loved this graphic novel! I'm always interested in quirky fantasy stories about hearts being worn outside the body and this is a gem. I loved all the intricate folklore, including having a heart of gold, wearing your heart on your sleeve, the concept of heart hunters, everything! The story is full of adventure but at the centre it has - you guessed it, heart. Was that too cheesy? But really, it does, and it's not cheesy. I loved all of the characters and their own personal journeys. There's LG I loved this graphic novel! I'm always interested in quirky fantasy stories about hearts being worn outside the body and this is a gem. I loved all the intricate folklore, including having a heart of gold, wearing your heart on your sleeve, the concept of heart hunters, everything! The story is full of adventure but at the centre it has - you guessed it, heart. Was that too cheesy? But really, it does, and it's not cheesy. I loved all of the characters and their own personal journeys. There's LGBTQ+ rep and it doesn't feel out of place or forced. Some books feel like they're just going down a list and checking off the boxes of stuff they want to include - this isn't one of those stories. The artwork was amazing. I hope to read more by this team.Thank you Net Galley and Legendary Comics for letting me read this amazing book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sofi Mascaró

    Thank you so much to the publisher for the free copy in exchange for an honest review!!Well, this was interesting for real!! The story was really cool and the prologue really had me wanting to read more. The problem was the art. I mean, it was beautiful but I felt that most actions were missing and sometimes I felt lost while reading. And I hate when that happens 😭 yet the characters were so worth it and my fave thing 💕

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