On this second edition of Reading into Novels, we will look at the only series that I fully finished so far: Mushoku Tensei. This was a truly wonderful series that left me feeling completely empty and hollow inside when I actually finished it, because it was just so good, I invested my whole into reading it. And now, to convince you people to read this amazing series that will probably never get an anime adaptation for reasons unknown, I will try my best to analyse its strengths and weaknesses as a novel.
Novel name: Zettai ni Hatarakitakunai Dungeon Master ga Damin wo Musaboru made(WN)
Chapters read: 111
Now that we’ve shown off a manga that I’ve been reading, why not move on and showcase a novel that I’ve been reading too? In this first edition of Reading into Novels, I will read into Lazy Dungeon Master’s strengths and weaknesses as a novel, and assess how good it actually is based on the chapters I’ve read so far.
To describe Lazy Dungeon Master in one sentence would be pretty hard, simply because of how this novel is a nice blend between slice of life, strategy and comedy all at the same time. So, let’s go into more details and break it down into it’s strength and weaknesses! Continue reading “Reading into Novels: Lazy Dungeon Master”→