This is January 1940, an era when civilian uprisings and Michael Collins’s revolutionary movements were at the heart and mind of many locals, where clashes between the Irish Republican Army (IRA), Sinn Féin, and British troops were brewing, where Protestants and Catholics fought and killed one another over religious and philosophical views, where women and people of color had no voting rights—least to say, no equal rights—where family is all one had to hold on to and the only respite from the psychological effects of the civil unrest, and where even marriages were had at early ages, in order to escape poverty, though many ended in disaster. However, there are some genuine, love-filled marriages that succeed in spite of all obstacles to pursue their dreams.
This is John David Cedeno’s story about Cora’s Revenge. Beautiful but deadly no matter where she goes sacrifice follows.
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Meet Kobato Hanato, a sweet and rather simple young girl on a quest to have her single, dearest wish granted. But first, she must learn the ways of the world from Ioryogi-san, a gruff blue dog whose bark is just as bad as his bite! Under his "tutelage" (read: constant verbal abuse), Kobato puts her efforts into passing various trials of common…