LiEat – The Lie-Eating Dragon and the Forgotten-Color Songstress


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LiEat – The Lie-Eating Dragon and the Forgotten-Color Songstress is a book by △○□× (Miwashiba), a novel based on their Wolf RPG Editor game series of the same title.

The series as a whole follows a con artist of many names and a young dragon girl named Efina who can eat people’s lies. The novel is a story which precedes the games about Violet Town, a town with the legend of a mythical wish-granting bluebird.

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Related Series
Alice mare (Shared Universe)
The Elf Is a Freeloader (1)

Latest Release

Date Group Release
01/25/16 vgperson extra 1-2 +...
01/21/16 vgperson c2
10/11/15 vgperson prologue 1-2 + c1
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HelloMello rated it
April 18, 2017
Status: Completed
Short and sweet.

Reading this and playing the games mutually enhance the experience of both. All 3 games in the trilogy are available free and translated on the translator's (vgperson's) website, or for a small price on Steam if you wish to support the author.

I highly recommend the entire series!
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Poor_Hero rated it
March 6, 2016
Status: --
ヽ (≧◡≦) 八 (o^ ^o) ノ it's good. So the MC is a con artist, using fake names, hopping from one city to another city to complete his quest from the employer, by gathering info. One day, he got an egg, which turned out to be a dragon egg and a dragon who eats people's lies. One day, the con artist and his partner, the dragon, who named Efina, searched for bluebird who grants people's happiness. The plot is kinda interesting for me, not purely mystery. I am not good... more>> at being detective, but there are a lot of clues here that you can guess which lead to the problem. Not going to spoil the ending, but I like that kind of ending. The main and supporting casts are pretty well-written in my opinion. The comedy is not that bad. I like the novel's cover. Recommended if you are looking for novels that aren't full of blood and if you like mystery. <<less
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