Light Novel Review: Book Girl and the Famished Spirit [Volume 2]

Life goes as normal for the two book club members, Konoha Inoue and Tohko Amano. Tohko gives Konoha three prompts and then he writes up short stories for her to eat.

So when the book club starts receiving strange messages of numbers and phrases, Tohko drags an unconcerned Konoha to find the culprit. While further investigation infers that a ghost might be responsible for this, Konoha finally decides to get to bottom of this mystery after all.

When Konoha and Tohko finally decide to stakeout their mailbox, they both see a strange figure; a girl pale and thin as a lifeless doll…


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Update Post + Last Project

If you’ve noticed by the date of the last review, it’s been about a month since. I predicted that this would happen ever since I’ve made the site and the About page. So I think it’s about time…

I will be going on a hiatus for an indefinite amount of time.

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Light Novel Review: Book Girl and the Suicidal Mime [Volume 1]

In the Seijoh Academy, there are two members of the Book Club: Konoha Inoue, a high school student who was once a famous mystery author, and Tohko Amano, the self-proclaimed “Book Girl” and a literature-eating goblin.

Konoha writes a short story for Tohko and she happily eats it, describing the deliciousness of his hand-written story. This is an average day for the members of the book club.

When a love-struck classmate approaches the Book Club asking to help write love letters, Konoha reluctantly agrees, thanks to Tohko’s bullying him into doing so. But as Konoha continues to write these love letters, he discovers that romances are often bittersweet.


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Light Novel Review: Psycome [Volume 3]

Final exams are coming up and Kyousuke Kamiya’s only hope for salvation from this murder academy to see his sister, is a chance at parole. However, he doesn’t have to wait very longer when he realizes that his sister, Ayaka, is the new transfer student in his class. The both them are very glad that they are back together again, but Kyousuke is concerned about Ayaka in this school full of killers. On the other hand, Ayaka thinks has his brother all to herself, but when she soon get introduced to Kyousuke’s other female friends…


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Light Novel Review: Bakemonogatari – Part 3

Ever since spring break, Koyomi Araragi has always admired Tsubasa Hanekawa. She is the class president among class presidents, the most gifted young lady in her generation, and an overall decent human being; but even the ideal model student has very sensitive issues of her own.

The conclusion of this ‘Monster Tale’ begins with the return of Tsubasa Hanekawa’s aberration, a dreaded nightmare for both Araragi and Hanekawa.


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Spring 2017 Wrap Up – Category Winners

My personal selection for the following categories for the Spring 2017 Anime Season:

Artstyle, Animation, Opening Theme, Ending Theme, Soundtrack, Male+Female Voice Actor, Male+Female Character, Best/Worst Couple, and Overall Awards.

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