Posts Tagged ‘ Light Novel ’

Summer Break 2014 Recommendation Requests

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So as it happens, today was the day I graduated from high school and I’m…..still not sure how I should feel.  I mean, on one hand, it feels so liberating to be free from high school, preparing for the glorious world of college, and at the start of a long, beautiful, relaxing summer with a lot in store.  At the same time, however, I’m really gonna miss my friends and the other fabulous people I’ve met at school.  I never thought much about it, but my class was really amazing and had some of the greatest people I’ve ever met, and it’s sad to think I won’t be seeing some of them for a very long time, though I know they’re capable of great things and I’ll definitely be seeing the results of that in a few years.  Feelsy reminiscing about high school aside, however, the long summer vacation has arrived.  So what does that mean for you all?  Well, this shall be the first time that I ask for recommendations from everyone who is reading my blog. Continue reading

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Angel Beats! Track Zero Review: The Beginning of the SSS

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Wow, it’s been almost a month since my last post, and probably a great deal longer since I read through what I’m going to be writing about this time around.  The last month and a half or so has been extremely hectic for me due to schoolwork, college apps, and whatnot.  It was certainly very stressful and my free time was severely limited, but luckily for me that’s all come to pass.  Well, mostly, I do have one more semester of school to live through and one more class to attend tomorrow (though my work is all done so it’s mostly obligatory attendance stuff) but for the most part, I’m off to the freedoms of winter break, and with that I’ll actually have time to make more blog posts about the variety of series I’ve seen recently (and not so recently).  Anywho, all that aside, this time around I’ll be taking a look at Angel Beats! Track Zero, the prequel light novel to the Angel Beats! anime series.  Track Zero may not be the greatest display the series has to offer, but it provides some nice insight on the background of the SSS that the anime never got a chance to show and it’ll do a pretty good job of giving fans something to enjoy while waiting for the release of the upcoming Angel Beats! game, which I’m extremely excited for. Continue reading

Death Note Another Note: The Los Angeles BB Murder Cases Review: Naomi Misora’s Murder Mystery Investigation

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So the last week has been quite a busy one, and as a result I haven’t been able to write about anything until now.  It’s a sad thing, because what I’m writing about here is indeed something I finished exactly a week ago, and it certainly doesn’t help that two of my ongoings (Danganronpa and Shingeki no Kyojin) just ended.  Adding on the fact that I’m getting close to finishing Chobits and Angel Beats! Track Zero and, well, there’s quite a task ahead of me.  But anywho, back to the post at hand.  I happened to have some time to start reading light novels, and it just so happened that the one I decided to read through was Death Note’s prequel, Death Note Another Note: The Los Angeles BB Murder Cases.  I can definitely say that it’s very different from the story that Death Note provides, but it is a great read for any fan of the series regardless and does a fine job of expanding on the cast. Continue reading