We’re off to the Holy City! Luciel is moving up in the world and people, both good and bad, powerful and weak, have begun to take notice of this peculiar young man. Bent on becoming the best healer he can be in order to aid the many people who can’t afford treatment from the price-gouging clinics, he accepts his new position with trepidation, heading straight for the source of the infamous guild’s corruption. But something is up with the Church — a labyrinth of monsters lurks beneath the floor of the healers’ headquarters, and a number of players are moving in the shadows as Luciel desperately continues to cling to his hope of mundane normalcy. Will he succeed in finding comfort in his new life abroad? Will his talents lead him to some sense of stability? Or will he find himself getting far more than he bargained for? New faces, new trials, and new offensive nicknames await the Masochist Healer as his journey continues!
Good but disappointing
Though I truly enjoyed the story and characters the writing here wasn’t nearly as good as the first book, for example skipping multiple months of story in the middle of a fight. Not to mention it moved so fast you don’t learn new developments in the main characters power until he actually uses said spell