Book Girl and the Captive Fool (light novel) e-book
by Mizuki Nomura
Mizuki Nomura's writing is practically art. The pictures she paints with words are almost tangible
Mizuki Nomura's writing is practically art. The pictures she paints with words are almost tangible. The way she described characters and events made them feel real, and really terrifying. Despite the pain and heartache characters suffer, it was still the most cheerful ending, which kinda says something about what type of series this is. I normally don't like this type of angsty series, yet author Mizuki Nomura just somehow makes it work and I ended up really enjoying the series.
For a Book Girl novel, this is almost light and fluffy
For a Book Girl novel, this is almost light and fluffy. By which I mean, there's (view spoiler). Hey, by Mizuki Nomura standards, this is practically a Judy Garland musical.
Author Mizuki Nomura is best known for her light novel series, BOOK GIRL, which has been adapted into multiple .
Author Mizuki Nomura is best known for her light novel series, BOOK GIRL, which has been adapted into multiple manga franchises and was transformed into an animated film in 2010 by Production . She currently resides in Japan.
When Tohko learns that someone is vandalizing books in the school library, she immediately launches an investigation. After all, there is hardly a more serious crime imaginable to a literature-eating goblin! Of course, Konoha is pulled (reluctantly) into his capricious club president's latest obsession, and when the culprit is caught, his penance is to participate in a play that Tohko has decided to organize for the school's cultural festival.
Hey! There are pages missing in this book!'. One day Tohko borrows a book from the library, but there are pages missing-sliced right out of it. There's no way the Book Girl, who loves books so much that she devours them, is going to stay silent about this! Caught up in Tohko's rampage, Konoha and his classmate Akutagawa are even forced (though they have no idea why) to perform a play for the school's culture fair. But Tohko and Konoha glimpse the darkness in his classmate's heart and of the madness that has driven him into a corner.
She relies on two conceits: the Book Girl herself, and the overt parallels between the story and its source, which are discussed thoroughly within the story - they're not subtle, they're a deliberate savouring and echoing of the old, and a fact of the setting. Providing you're willing to accept these (not a big ask) they are excellent.
Novels: – Main story: 1. Book Girl and the Suicidal Mime 2. Book Girl and the Famished . This Light Novel is Amazing!) without an anime nor manga associate. 3. Book Girl and the Captive Fool. Book Girl and the Famished Spirit 3. Book Girl and the Captive Fool 4. Book Girl and the Corrupted Angel 5. Book Girl and the Wayfarer’s Lamentation 6. Book Girl and the Undine Who Bore a Moonflower 7-8 Book Girl and the Scribe Who Faced God – Short stories: 1-. Novels: – Main story: 1. Book Girl and the Suicidal Mime. 2. Book Girl and the Famished Spirit. 4. Book Girl and the Corrupted Angel. 5. Book Girl and the Wayfarer’s Lamentation.
Book Girl is a collection of Japanese light novels written by Mizuki Nomura, with illustrations by Miho Takeoka. The series centers around Konoha Inoue, a writer in high school who joined the literature club after meeting Tohko Amano, the president and sole member of the club.
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