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- Print Length: 186 pages
- Publisher: J-Novel Club (December 17, 2016)
- Publication Date: December 17, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MEEX5DR
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Yes there's some good jabs made at Light Novel tropes but the novel uses the tropes at least as much as it abuses them. Do you find humor in dumb as a brick main characters, dirty old men, absurd plots about saving the world through the power of Moe (cute girls) and the healing power of non-blood related little sisters? If so you'll enjoy this. I did, it's rare to have a straight humor LN translated so I'm happy to see it here. If you read the preview and don't laugh, the book is not for you.
My complaints are minimal but largely based on the fact that the earlier chapters are the funniest.
There's some good messages contained within about not judging a book by its cover or format, but by the content. These messages will ring true for many, especially for those who have tried to explain their misunderstood fandoms.
I still don't think I'd recommend this to people that aren't well versed in anime / manga exposure as some of the tropes can be downright insulting, especially I hazard to guess to female audiences (lots of talk by the MC and his novelist friend about novel scenes of woman in undress as "literature", and him making stupid comments to woman now and again, which don't go unpunished entirely by at least his main sister, but that often get excused or ignored by others; the novelist friend is a perverted old man trope too). The novel doesn't quite push its stance against this sort of behavior enough, though it clearly skirts the line between criticising light novel content and giving in to its tropes. The novel ends just as you're starting a new arc, so there's a sequel hook for you to want to get the next volume.
The remarks of Kuroha are really fitting for the most of the time.
I thought it was going on with their normal daily lifes and their normal day to day stuff. But no, we actually got some sort of story here! This was quite the surprise. I'm quite interested in how it will continue.