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Occultic;Nine Vol 2 #FridayReads

Last month I read the first volume of Occultic;Nine (by Chiyomaru Shikura and pako). I had way more fun with it than I imagined, and it left me eager for more. In the end, last week I bought volumes 2 and 3.

I started it the day before yesterday and I’m at 40%. The writing seems to have improved, and now the book has a more serious tone, and the main character is not so much focused on boobs anymore. Which is a huge improvement for me.

Synopsis (Vol. 1): Yuta Gamon, a young boy who lives in Kichijoji, runs an occult blog called “Kirikiri Basara.” He spends his days dreaming of making a fortune off his affiliate links. What starts off as a tiny feeling that something’s wrong develops into a case that goes beyond imagining. Suddenly, Yuta brings together the fates of nine strangers. (Check on Amazon)

First Impressions: The Promised Neverland

I think The Promised Neverland (Yakusoku no Neverland) is one of the most awaited anime of this season, considering that the manga is a HUGE success. Today it finally premiered and I went in blind, without having read the manga or even reviews about it.

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Top Anime That Needs a Second Season

Many titles have just one season and leaves us wanting more. Here’s my top recent anime that I want a second season. To avoid repeating myself, I’ll just say that all titles here have very interesting characters, and I want to know more about them and see how their relationships go and how they develop and grow.
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Book Review: Secondhand Spirits by Juliet Blackwell

I’m a big fan of cozy mysteries and for a long time I was interested on the Witchcraft Mystery series by Juliet Blackwell. Let’s see: it’s a cozy mystery about witches, so what’s not to love about it? So, after seeing that the kindle edition of the first book was on sale, I decided it’ll be finally time to give it a try. And I don’t regret it one bit.

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