Light Novels (6)

1 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2024-01-14 21:40 ID:K3ceWuud

I've never read a light novel before, but I've become interested in reading one. Have you ever read a light novel? Did you enjoy? What's your favorite?

2 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2024-01-16 00:06 ID:TiXUq3aW

Haruhi is the only one I've ever read. It was good. That is all.

3 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2024-01-23 13:02 ID:5C+0ewZH

Haurhi, Konosuba, and Spice & Wolf are probably the series I'd recommend to someone new to LNs. But I'm also a weirdo that likes shit like Boogiepop and that one LN series with the vampire astronaut so I have no idea what its like to have good taste.

4 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2024-01-23 16:27 ID:YaxeK3RF

https://royallib.com/read/Takimoto_Tatsuhiko/Welcome_to_the_NHK.html#0
In my early teens I did not understand it so much or did not want to understand it, but as I got older I realized I had lived all of it and how truly pathetic I was. I appreciate this novel a lot now. I think anyone who ends up here will find it relatable, either the present or from a past self.

5 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2024-03-20 11:16 ID:23brhLyv

mushoku tensei, the anime's ending got me interested in the rest of the story and it only recently released the final volume in english.
i don't have much experience with LNs either, but that one is really simple and easy to read.

6 Name: Anonymous Otaku : 2024-04-20 12:22 ID:YWIlDFLu

I thought I already posted in this thread, weird.
Kyoukai senjou no horizon is a really good series. The anime adaptation is well known for being hard to follow, but the LN is much more readable because you can hear character's internal monologues describing what they're doing and why. Although it's classed as a light novel, the novels are hardly "light", they're massive. It's very good though.
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