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Light Novel Review: No Game No Life [Volume 5]

After temporarily leaving the Sirens’ game, Sora and Shiro travel to Avant Heim in order to gain the knowledge necessary to beat their game. When they arrive, they quickly meet Azril, the first Flügel created, the Representative of the Winged, and Jibril’s “older sister.” Azril holds much love for her “younger sister” Jibril, so she agrees to help […]

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Light Novel Review: No Game No Life [Volume 4]

Upon beating the Werebeasts and creating the combined nation of the Elkia Federation, a person visits Sora and Shiro in hopes to save her race from exinction. She is the representative of the Dhampir race, Plum. Sora and Shiro decide to … Continue reading

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Light Novel Review: Psycome [Volume 2]

Kyousuke Kamiya has spent almost half a year at the Purgatorium Remedial Academy, a special school dedicated for juvenile murderers–for a crime he didn’t commit. Together with his friends Maina, Renko, and Eiri, they must survive the cruel activities that the school has … Continue reading

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Light Novel Review: Sword Art Online: Progressive [Volume 4]

Kirito and Asuna have arrived at the fifth floor of Aincrad. Upon arrival, the two set out to do some questing in the deep dungeon catacombs. While Asuna encountering her least favorite monster is a problem, it’s the not the … Continue reading

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LN Review: My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong as I Expected [Volume 1]

Hachiman Hikigaya firmly believes that youth is a farce, a false ideal accompanied by failure and deceit. So when he turns an essay explaining his values, he is sent to the Service Club as a newly appointed member as punishment. The only … Continue reading

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Light Novel Review: Re:Zero [Volume 1]

Subaru Natsuki was returning from his trip to the local supermarket when he gets transported to an alternate world filled with magic and fantasy beings. For an ordinary boy that has been influenced by anime and video games, he isn’t … Continue reading

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