14 Chapters (Completed)
In Japan, the camellia flower is called “tsubaki” and symbolizes divinity. It’s often used in religious and sacred ceremonies. The flower also represents the arrival of spring.
A girl cursed by the gods and rejected by the world meets the legendary “Princess Tsubakiri”, a vengeful demon with a fairy tale to tell and a cruel offer for the one deepest in despair.
A medieval dark fantasy with a tortured heroine, this is a tale of those who renounce the self-proclaimed righteous, even if they must stake their bloody claim against all the world.
|Sep 16, 2020||I Do Hobby|