An anime where a demon king works at fast food restaurant and his demon lord play the role of a house husband. Sounds like a comedy? well, it is and a quite good one too. Hataraku Maou-sama! (The Devil is a Part-Timer!), is an anime adapted from a light novel. I know this doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to be good, and not light novels are good as they claim to be. But this time It is Continue reading
Princesses with red hair are rare in Manga, or in general. I wanted to read something similar to these three with red-haired princesses but couldn’t find any. So if you know about one please let me know in the comments sections. Anyways other that the fact that they have read hair princesses, these mangas has lots of similarities. Which I’ll e talking about later. Before that, let me introduce them a bit. Continue reading
Superior and Superior Cross are Shounen manga written by ichthys. Superior is the main series while Superior Cross is the sequel. But you have to read the both of them in order to get to a conclusion. The story is set in a middle age fantasy world where monsters and humans live in the same world and are at war since very long. A Demon Queen has risen and killed half of the human population and bent on destroying the rest as well. To fight this Powerful Demon Queen humans has appointed a hero. This hero has a strong conviction that every life is precious and refuses to kill monsters except for the Demon Queen. Continue reading
“Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru”, Oregairu for short, is a Light novel series written by Watari Wataru. Which later turned into an anime and a manga. When I started watching the first anime season, it looked like a regular slice of life high school drama, seeing Hachiman being an outcast and Yukino being a cold beauty one could easily get to that conclusion. But it’s a bit different than that, Hachiman the Main character chooses to be an outcast and Yukino doesn’t like people much despite her popularity. And the story feels lot deeper than just a Romantic comedy.
This isn’t a review. I just read the “20 Fragments of a Ravenous Youth” by Xiaolu Guo and wanted to write something about it. My intentions are pure I just want someone else to read the book and probably like it just like I did. So I’ll keep it simple, and spoiler-free. I found this book by accident. I was just randomly pulling books out of their shelves at the library(Before you ask I was putting them back exactly where I fond them) and this small book caught my attention. It was small and had the flexibility that small paperbacks have. The book was borrowed a lot and had some mysterious looking stains to prove it. I thought they were curry stains, but I could be wrong. Continue reading
Recently, someone asked me to recommend them a good e-reader app for Android. Even though I waste most of my free time with them, I couldn’t come up with one on the spot. So I blurted out the one I use right now, without thinking whether that person would like it or not. Since it’s been bugging me ever since I compiled a list of apps that I used over time. Hope you like one of them. Continue reading
First off I received this book from NetGally, so thank you for giving me the book Dreamwielder. Blue colored cover with a hint of read has a girl wearing a dress in what looks to be an ice cave. That and the title screamed fantasy, and I didn’t have to read the description to like it. When it finally appeared on my shelf, I was thrilled to be reading it.
For an introduction, Dreamwielder seems to have three main characters. One is a little girl (maybe not so little) that can dream things up, which they call dream wielding. Second is a prince, who is apparently not that magical. The third is a princess, who suddenly became a hair to her father’s throne, is a seer. Princess and her brother seem close, and their father, however, loves the princess more. So I expected some family drama and prospective romance (Prince + Dreamwielder). The villain is the emperor of the land who has a thing against magic and nature. When the prince becomes his glorified hostage willingly to save his sister, things started rolling.
Things in the story changed rapidly. But the story itself was not rushed. There was alway something new and exciting to keep us from putting down the book. The author also changed the point of views in mid page. He somehow managed to pull it off without confusing things. I can give this book 4 stars out of five without a hesitation.