read & download ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ü Mizuki NomuraI thought when I ordered this that it was a manga but it is actually a novel with some illustrated pages It would have is actually a novel with some illustrated pages It would have better as a comic because many scenes were St Lucy's Home For Girls Raised By Wolves ridiculous in a way that can be glossed over in a visual format but come across as absolutely stupid and pointless in writing we heard Because it s there Inspiring words when used by George Mallory describing hiseasons for attempting to climb Mount Everest less so when used to explain why I ead this book Basically I d finished the other book I had with me I was facing a long bus ide home from work and we d just cleaned out all the ARCs except for this one which had arrived that very day And hey it was a Japanese fantasy there could be far worse bookreader matchesAnd better ones This was about as silly as you d imag This is one of those books that I struggle to form an opinion onParts of it I enjoyed while others I just stared at it wondering of it I enjoyed while others I just stared at it wondering I was Mr. Majeika and the Dinner Lady and Mr. Majeika and the Music Teacher reading this bookThis book is one of those clubs that get involved with things book You know the thing that happens in a lot of animesThe main duo was alright Konoha had some intrigue with him and he was an alright POV Tohko is the mysterious girl that follows the beat of her own. For self styled book girl third year high school student Tohko Amano being the head of the literary club is than just an extracurricular activity with minor perks It's her bread and butter literally Tohko is actually a literature gobbling demon and instead of the less palatable option of water. Drum A very common anime character trope Only she s a book eating goblinYeahSometimes I would get bogged down by the scenes of those two together Some of the events were very farfetched like the scene where they go get information from a girl named Maki Which involved Tohko stripping A lot of eyeolling on my part thereAs for the mystery itself that is the main core of the book I enjoyed it my part thereAs for the mystery itself that is the main core of the book I enjoyed it eally didI m a huge fan of mysteries in general and although
IT ISN T KINDAICHI CASE FILESisn t Kindaichi Case Files it was still somethingIt kept me intrigued enough to keep eading at leastIt also featured sociopathic characters which as someone in psychology that stuff interests meI feel like my thoughts are so disjointed in this Ninth City Burning (War of the Realms, review but honestly that s how I felt whileeading it I just kept shifting back and forth from liking it to disliking it *And Back Again I Guess If You Watch Enough Anime *back again I guess if you watch enough anime whatnot you might enjoy this bookOh That Der Ritter und die Bastardtochter reminds me This is actually written very well A lot of LNs have an odd feel to them in terms of writing style but this was smooth and easy toead Apparently this was the only one that was translated though Very sad about that as I feel like I would get a better opinion if I Chinaberries and Crows read the secon. Soaked bread she opts to munch on torn out pages from all kinds of stories But for Tohko theeal delicacies are handwritten stories And to satisfy her gourmet tastes she's employed aka browbeaten one Konoha Inoue an underclassman who has etreated from writing novels after his experiences wi. ,
D book in the seriesAlso this book featured a lot of comments about Osamu Dazai Which I enjoyed a lot since I kept thinking about this characterThis book also made me feel like I had to check out Dazai s works now Thank you Tohka 35 stars This was my first time eading a Light Novel and I eally enjoyed the eading experience The writing in this book was eally good and I enjoyed how the author created the two main characters and their interactions Tohko is called a Book Girl because she literally eats books I liked how she would talk about how certain books or stories tasted depending on what they were aboutThe eason I didn t love this book was because I didn t eally enjoy the trajectory it took with the suicide discussion Nothing necessarily was bad about it I just didn t eally enjoy that plot line but i liked the that plot line But I liked the enough that I will be continuing the series Konoha is a boy with a fake personality and a troubled past Tohko is a girl who can only taste literature Together these two strange characters make up the entirety of Seijoh Academy s literature club nested in a tiny oom bursting with books Konoha s everyday existence is basically devoted to writing improv stories for his gree. Th getting published at an early age So day in and day out Konoha scribbles away to satisfy Tohko's appetite But when one day another student comes *knocking on the literary club door to seek advice on writing love letters will Tohko discover a new kind * on the literary club door to seek advice on writing love letters will Tohko discover a new kind delicacy to whet her voracious appetit.