Why did I start reading it?
Initiation was a review request I decided to pick up because it sounded like an isekai (I was wrong) What is it?
On the road between two towns, people talk of a forest that doesn't exist. Hannah has memories of playing there when she was little but the dreams of those memories are becoming too real and the forest is calling her back. What are the characters like?
Characters were pretty well fleshed out bar a couple of issues I had. I can't say they
I got a free copy of this light novel in exchange for an honest review. Why did I start reading it?
Well, Cross Infinite World has made me discover a love of shoujo and this one is steampunk so I was in the day it was announced. What is it?
Mia's mother was taken away from her by a disease called Demon Claw, locked away in a sanitorium with the rest of the sufferers of this disease. Mia dedicates her life to trying to finding a cure and finally, she enrols at the royal acad
So during my wonderful week away, I finished Magical Girl Raising Project vol 2. Why am I reading it?
Well, I've read the first one. The one the anime was based on and was interested to see where the series went...I was not disappointed. What is it?
Magical Girl Raising Project is a battle royal kinda series. In this book, 16 magical girls are pulled into a virtual game against their will and enticed into playing along for cash rewards. Eventually, they find out it's not al
I just finished getting through the first volume of Magical Girl Raising Project. A Japanese light novel I just had to get my hands on as soon as it was released in English. Why did I start reading it?
I think I landed in Magical Girl Raising Project the same way most people did. Through Madoka Magica. After being thoroughly traumatized by that I heard this was of a similar vein and watched the anime. I'll probably go into reasons why I liked that through the review but afte
The event 'Great Books for Great Causes' has started. Between now and the 6th of June a group of great books (mine included but jury is out on the 'great' part) will be giving 5% of any sales to The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to help find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. Here's a list of the books, what they are and where to find them: Rain by India R. Adams Genre: NA/Fantasy/Folkloire What if you knew you had just met the other part of your soul—the one who coul