Light novels: Day 2 #12daysofanime

When I was first starting my blog I was having a hard time figuring out what kind of content to bring to the table. I watched a lot of anime, most I wouldn’t review because they were more of a guilty pleasure than something I would constructively review (i.e. ecchi and harem was what I…

No Game No Life Vol. 2: Ground Zero

And we’re back at it with more laziness, debauchery, and complex strategies that go straight over my head. Only the classiest for No Game No Life! To start out we get a recap of how the previous volume ended. We awake with our favorite trio Sora, Shiro, and Steph early in the morning. After some…

Black Bullet Vol. 1: Light Novel Review

A world filled with hate and discrimination, not much unlike the world we live in now. While I was reading this I often wondered if the author or his family had past trauma with being discriminated against. There is a lot of anger in this volume, while this is not an issue, it brings a…

Black Bullet vol. 1: Ground level

What a cruel world. A boy, runaway from his foster family, sits alone on the corner of a cracked road. Starving, unable to fully grasp the situation at hand or the environment he is in. This boy, a mere 7 or 8 years old, surveys the scene. He sees people everywhere. Others starving in the…

the devil is a part-timer volume 1: a light novel review

“Hello, How may I help you? You want the devil king meal with the 666 sauce on the side? Excellent choice!” Haha so that was my failed attempt at making another bad pun about this story. Anyway, lets get right into the review. The devil is a part-timer is a light novel written by Satoshi…