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this book series just keeps giving those feel good vibes. sure it is kinda crazy to imagine everyone being so lovely and weird in their own adorable way but it warms you emotionally when real life just makes you feel down and this third book doesnt disappoint whilst the core "don't work like a corporate slave and live life" is here its gotten mellow but it would be nice to get that "oh heck no no overtime no work till ur fingers are grounded to stubs" interjection would be nice cos it is a core drive of Azusa which is a bit missing but i guess the author doesnt want to keep beating that dead donkey but it would be nice to see it just rear its head a little or be an azusa fever nightmare dream that she finally wakes to find reality is everything is normal and her peaceful life didnt get overrun by it. plenty of laughs still can't wait for more.
Just like book 2, this volume continues to be more of a collection of short stories strung togther in chronological order. Think the typical bonus stories many light novels include at the end of a book - but now make the entire book these short stories.
They're not bad as such, but after book 1 I was hoping for more long term plot and direction.
I enjoy Isekai books. This isn't the traditional male protagonist gets harem, but it's similar (female protagonist adds misfits to her family) it's fun (especially volume 1) but volume 2 is a bit weaker
At first i was not sure, about the story as it is a bit different style from what i see in the west, the pictures did not appeal very much to me . After reading more of the 1st book I found I really enjoyed it,and the style of the artwork fit the series perfectly and once I realized that I knew that the artwork fit the series perfectly . I have now read the first 3 volumes and the artwork fits even better Basically a lower tier female japanese office worker works herself to death at 27 years old but a good fairie (I think that's what she is or a spirit maybe ?) Grants her a new life in a new Fantasy type world ,Is is immortal and after all her life of work just wants to have a laid back life and be mostly self sufficient ,so she spends 300 years of just living as a 17 year old , in a small isolated mountain cabin,and journeys to town for supplies on the way to and from she kills slimes for money ,The slimes and most monsters drop gems that are traded for cash or goods to buy food clothing etc ( Similar to most PC/Video games, Loot drops) The first time she enters town the Guild ID system ranks her as an Immortal Level 1 Witch She made healing potions and various cures . As the years pass she gains a reputation as the Witch of the Mountain . 300 years later she is ID'd by the Adventurers guild again and and she is found to have maxed out levels and stats and be level 99 I think .from here the story continues with people needing here help or wanting to see if she is really the strongest ,She is shaken out of her comfortable lazy life and starts helping the village and people and accumulating friends ,followers, family members, adopted pseudo sisters etc Any way it is a fun read and i can't wait for volume 4 to come out in a few months .I preordered it
I've enjoyed each one of these novels. They're nicely written, though episodic in nature. The episodes tie together well in the novels, making for a wonderful story so far covered in the three novels I've read (4th one just came out, I've ordered it but not yet read it).
The story is nice and upbeat, not overly dark (not saying that dark stories are bad, but everyone likes different things at different times). It conveys a rather peaceful feeling to me, leaving me in a happy mood when I've finished one of the books, even though I'm always eagerly awaiting the next one.
Its a good read if you enjoyed the first two installments. I quite enjoy the series but the cast living in the house is getting a little large. Its not as compelling to keep reading though as some other novels at the moment so hopefully volume 4 picks it back up.
I gave up on the series. The story just repeat itself. And im not paying $10 to just read how to build a family and cook and find more family members and cook. I just buy a $20 The SIM 4, way more fun.