From Storm in Heaven: The Song Princess possesses the power to protect the kingdom with her song. Though the role is passed down from mother to daughter, the current Song Princess, Cain, is actually a man, singing in his dead sister's place. The only one who knows of this secret is Thomas, the head of the village where they live. One day, they come across an unconscious woman who is being chased by the Royal Guard. Why did she run away? And why did she come to see Cain?
From Yen Press: From on high, the gods make sport of the mortals who toil below them. None know the cruelty of these beings better than Ganymede, a beautiful prince who was torn away from his family by the gods’ divine hands. Granted immortality, Ganymede now whiles away his days in an inescapable miniature garden for the amusement of the gods, particularly Apollo. But the gods themselves are no strangers to the boredom of eternal life, and as Ganymede quickly discovers, they will do anything to keep themselves entertained, both at his expense and at
In a society where money is king, the young men known as "flowers" hold a special role. In exchange for the financial support of those who have the means to patronize them, they serve their flower masters as symbols of taste, status, and wealth. Bought and sold at the whim of their masters, theirs is a precarious existence - save for the few who are lucky enough to have masters who can see the person behind the flower.
A dream-like story between the king and his subjects. One night a courtier (Reguna) of the king dreamed a voice that shouted "Die!" Thus he begins to search for the owner of that voice. To protect the young, well-loved king, the courtier begins to investigate in private.