How does it feel to have a smartphone in a world with magic? Can a modern Japanese boy live in a world different from the world he came from?
As his class fell down to another world, will Hajime and his classmates survive the new world? Check out Arifureta.
“When you close the book, does the story end? No! That’s such a bland way to read. Every story goes on forever in our imaginations, and its characters live on.” – Tohko Amano What would you think if on your school’s opening day you saw a girl in the shade eating a book? You’d probably think something along the lines of, “that’s weird,” and decide to avoid her. While the first part was true for Konoha, the second was Synopsis: Konoha Inoue is a second year student in high school. When he first entered the school, he met Tohko Amano, a yokai girl who eats books. The two currently attend the school’s literature club, but as the only two members, they tend to slack off. Each day Tohko prepares writing prompts for Konoha so that he may write for her a story that tastes good. […]
“Living has it own challenges. I’ll give you just one piece of advice. Don’t quit. Yes, when you die, you die. But if you give up, you’re definitely going to die. That, I am sure of.” – Brittany
Want to read a light novel that has a twist like having the main character reincarnated to another world while remaining the memories from the previous world? Try to read World Teacher.
“Do you… like games?” -Aqua
“Who will win: the power of science or magical powers?”