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Post  Oda Taichi on Sat May 27, 2017 11:55 pm

Now that I have invested in a kindle, this one is reading much more LNs and the like recently. So I'm interested in anything you guys suggest so let me know if there is a good read out there.

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Post  Vita Vesta Caesar on Wed May 31, 2017 2:48 am

Are you in the mood to sit down for a long, top-quality story? Do you have a shit-ton of time on your hands? Do you want humor, action, suspense, romance, battles, mystery, and every genre under the sun in one series, done fantastically well? Well then, I have a series for you. Read [Literally Anything by Kawakami Minoru] today!

...Yeah, the guy's amazing. To be specific, his series are City Series, Owari no Chronicle, Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon, and Clash of Hexennacht. Not sure about how far along the first is since I haven't read it yet, but the translation of the second is completed, the third is at 18/31+ volumes, and the last is at 3/4+. They're all of part of the same setting, but they're set thousands and thousands of years apart, so you can read any without worrying about the others (though if you've read others, you'll be able to connect neat dots). The huge volume numbers might remind you of Index, but look at the size of the books and re-evaluate that. His stuff are like epics like Wheel of Time or Tolkien or whatever giant series you want to use as an example rather than LNs (though they're definitely in the LN genre, still).

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