Just came home late at night after work, and I just feel like writing this before diving into bed.
With everyone focusing on volume 12’s developments, just wanted to remind you guys that Saekano Koisuru Metronome volume 7’s also out.
Tomoya Aki was chosen to be the editor in charge of popular light novel author Kasumi Utako a.k.a. Utaha Kasumigaoka. With the character designs for “Pure Love Hectopascal” decided, the road of anime adaptation will be smooth sailing… or so we thought, until a big development suddenly shakes everything!!
“I don’t want to write the anime script nor the sequel to the original series anymore.”
With the overly deep in love and jealousy (!?) Utaha Kasumigaoka as the main heroine, this is the volume 7 of Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata Koisuru Metronome!
Probably won’t be able to do a quick review on Saekano volume 12 since I’ve been occupied with work and lots of night shifts in these past few months, but here is a longer teaser. Hopefully you guys don’t mind.
Another important thing to note is that the series will be concluded in the next two volumes: Girls Side 3 and volume 13, just like what I’ve mentioned previously in the page.
The long-awaited Megumi volume of Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata has finally arrived! After experiencing what I would call “Eriri route” and “Utaha route”, we’re back on track for the main course.
Today, Saekano volume 10 is finally released; and while I haven’t got mine to read this time around, the summary’s basically out. This won’t be a detailed one, but it should cover the important points.
Saekano is one of my personal all-time favorite light novels, and I have been all over volume 8 since I got my hands on it last month. The introduction of the “new” blessing software, the dynamics of the heroines, and the charm of Megumi got me hooked even more. With story written by White Album 2’s Fumiaki Maruto and illustrations drawn by Cradle’s Kurehito Misaki, Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata (How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend) is showing signs that it can still improve with each new volume; I am personally hoping for a satisfying ending this time.
By the way, here is a summary of Saekano volume 8 that I wrote by myself; although I said “summary”, since this is my first time posting one, I tend to translate the whole part from some scenes and simply narrate less important ones. If you can bear with that, then read along. And for those of you who are anime-only viewers, this is a spoiler territory, so proceed with caution.
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