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Life in the literary club has settled into a predictable if unusual routine Junior member Konoha Inoue dutifully writes short stories for his club president Tohko Amano who subseuently shreds them and devours each morsel like the book eating. The stories in each volume of Book Girl are self contained fill the reader in on important character traits and could stand alone fairly well but even in this second book there s a lot of development hinging on hints and background from book 1 I d recommend starting thereAs with the first book Book Girl and the Famished Spirit features self styled book girl Tohko a literature loving and eating goblin in schoolgirl form and her force recruited book club junior Konoha His job is to write Tohko snacks and occasionally unravel strange events stemming from reuests left in the club s personal mailboxDescribing the series concept and main characters is a bit of a problem because it makes the books sound different in tone and approach than what they are Tohko s unusual appetite is largely just a character trait in a sense the stories at this point do not center around it nor explain what she is Her love of literature is much relevant Also the absurdity and strangeness of the premise might seem to indicate light whimsical tales Not so FAIR WARNING while extremely well written compelling and laced with subtle touches of humor the Book Girl series is incredibly dark and deals with very heavy themes Creepy doesn t even begin to describe the events Tohko and Konoha get caught up in this time and it starts with a disturbing opening page description of an unknown character deciding to kill someone A few pages of prologue follow recounting Konoha s disastrous brush with fame in the past and the specters that still haunt him It s done in wonderfully direct fashion and before the fist chapter has even begun Nomura reintroduced the main character discussed his personal demons in a way that ties to the themes of this particular story and established a gripping chilling atmosphere that will continue throughout the book Strange notes in the club mailbox and the possibility of a ghostly presence are only the beginning As Tohko and Konoha approach an answer from different angles they ll each run afoul of distinct unusual personalities and mysterious happenings The supporting cast contains a good mix of familiar faces from the first book and newcomers and is used remarkably well to build a multilayered mystery that gets scarier and dangerous the it unravels The suspense elements are nicely done with some pieces falling into place as the reader goes and some vital connections remaining elusive until they are explained The clues are in place though and the author plays fair with the storyline and the readersThere is again a nice literary tie in to the themes and progression of the plot which is fully understandable even if you haven t read the associated works The writing flows well is dripping with emotion and really establishes the proper feeling and atmosphere for the story This is a great accomplishment both on the part of the author and the translator The descriptions are uite detailed in parts but I never felt like the pace suffered If fact I found the story moved along at uite a good clip while still fully conveying what was happening at any given timeDespite being uite unsettled at times I was very impressed with Book Girl and the Famished Spirit But know what you re getting into before reading This is a very odd series that meanders a little sometimes hits hard and isn t afraid to deal with dark depressing topics What s done with it all is top notch so if you can handle the con caveats I mentioned I highly recommend checking out this strange duo s adventures

Summary ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Mizuki Nomura

文学少女と飢え渇く幽霊

Halls matters uickly take an ominous turn Is it possible that ghosts really exist or is there something even disturbing at play But if there is room in the world for a literature consuming goblin then really how unlikely is a famished spiri. Loved this story and really starting to love this series The characters are a tad eccentric but they all mold together to create a mesmerizing tale

Mizuki Nomura ´ 5 Summary

Goblin she is When the club begins receiving cryptic messages though routine goes out the window as Tohko sets out to find the culprit with Konoha in tow When their investigation suggests that a tormented spirit might be stalking the school. Oof I set this down with an audible What did I just read The beginning was strong It had the feel of a typical mangaanime with situational comedy over the top uirkiness with a spirited no pun intended lead and her suffering brooding author friend There was enough mystery to keep me going until the big reveals started hitting towards the last third of the bookI think too that the themes of anorexia abuse and severe mental health became taxing and I strongly warn the reader against it if you re sensitive to that contentHaving never been a fan of Wuthering Heights much of this story went right over my head I had no patience for Catherine and Heathcliff so I have no patience for this and it became mentally stressful by the end You know how a book leaves you in a kind of haze afterwards This one left me feeling just so strange that I have no plans on keeping it The interpretation of characters their complicated relationships it all became too muchview spoilerI also wish I could get through a mangalight novel without the typical comments on underage girls bodies horny pervert characters and strange relationships between young girls and grown men with this one eventually becoming a pseudo romantic absolutely masochistic fatherdaughter relationship My last few have been not great in that department hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “文学少女と飢え渇く幽霊

  1. says:

    The stories in each volume of Book Girl are self contained fill the reader in on important character traits and could stand alone fairly well but even in this second book there's a lot of development hinging on hints and background from book 1 I'd recommend starting thereAs with the first book Book Girl and the Famished Spirit features self styled book girl Tohko a literature loving and eating goblin in schoolgirl form

  2. says:

    For future reference to myself I must remember to do research into books before I read them This is an especially good idea if the book is one that references and is partly based on other famous books Since Book Girl tends to be a series of mysteries wherein the protagonists use their knowledge of other books to solve said mysteries that eerily resemble other famous tales this is especially a good ideaIn Book

  3. says:

    Once again we have to deal with Konoha’s teeth grating submissive attitude towards the page devouring Tohko Amano But matters develop somewhat differently in this story Konoha is showing welcome signs of rebellion ignoring Tohko’s demands and taking off on his own But he’s still subject to weird fits of depression

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    أردت أن أقرأ رواية خفيفة فصدمت عندما وجدت بأنها تبدأ بهذه الكلماتHe would kill herHis body trembled with a tempest of madness as he made the decisionYes Kill her Do itSo that time would never flow back on its original path So that she would be forever bound in his worldEmbrace her corpse drink her blood devour her flesh lay your head on her bones and rest in the same

  5. says:

    Oof I set this down with an audible What did I just read? The beginning was strong It had the feel of a typical mangaanime with situational comedy over the top uirkiness with a spirited no pun intended lead and her suffering brooding author friend There was enough mystery to keep me going until the big reveals started hitting towards the last third of the bookI think too that the themes of anorexia abuse and severe menta

  6. says:

    Totally frightening than the first one absolutely worth your time of reading

  7. says:

    It was a great story Sad ending though So keep a tissue box near by

  8. says:

    Loved this story and really starting to love this series The characters are a tad eccentric but they all mold together to create a mesmerizing tale

  9. says:

    Very sad ending

  10. says:

    Well that was darkBook Girl and the Famished Spirit by Mizuki Nomura was a very good book The second installment of the series is referenced from Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë Not to mention it is darker than the literatureThe story ends with a satisfied but a tragic ending which makes me really wanted to cry because of the hidden truth which maybe considered as it is a selfish decision like Catherine Earn