Tuesday 16 January 2024

Book Review: Thousand Autumns Vol. 3 by Meng Xi Shi

Title: Thousand Autumns Vol. 3
Author: Meng Xi Shi
Publisher: Seven Seas Entertainment
Publication Date: 2 January 2024
Pages: 460
Format: Paperback
Genre: BL Fantasy
Source: Bought Copy


Despite the sting of Yan Wushi’s betrayal fresh on his heart, Shen Qiao rushes to save him from certain death only to arrive a moment too late—or so it seems. As rumor of Yan Wushi’s demise spreads far and wide, the winds of change stir across the land. Meanwhile, Shen Qiao seeks to heal Yan Wushi’s grave injuries, and realizes that his understanding of the Demon Lord runs only skin-deep. Yet fate does not allow the pair to remain idle for long.

When an old friend reveals his true nature, Shen Qiao and Yan Wushi have no choice but to aid him on a perilous mission. Only this time, humans aren’t the only monsters to fear.


Volume 3 of Thousand Autumns brought with it not only an uptick to the political strife running through the background plot but also further development in the relationship between Shen Qiao and Yan Wushi. The two characters had some wonderful scenes together in this volume and I look forward to seeing how things will progress when they meet again in Volume 4. As always, the illustrations throughout were great and the book is beautifully presented. In the case of this story, the historical notes at the back are also very useful to aid understanding of the setting and times. I am giving this book 4.5 stars.

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