The hamfisted philosophy is apparent on page one, but the story itself is entertaining and the way the one dimensional characters interact is amusing, if predictable. This is about guilty pleasures, after all.
The comfiest book I've ever read, though it's probably only a step or two above Stephen King in actual objective quality
Sex scenes aside, it was very nice.
>Highschool is long gone and you will never live a moment like this
>Emma Watson will never lead you upstairs and show you her room
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I liked it a lot
Call it Twilight with chinese cartoons or anything but it actually made me feel for the characters
this is one of my favorite books. IMO its the comfiest Harry potter book because its mostly lessons with dumbledore and relationship stuff. i also think its when rowling';s prose became the most refined
>Pic related: anything by Muir
>nonfiction, anything in the life sciences really
>taking a fat shit after a hot shower.
In that case, I can respect that. Too many people around here jump on the "if you read anything but the greeks you are an idiot" train. But really 4chan as a whole just hates everything, so what can you do.
Pic related. Expected to drop it instantly, ended up loving it. So fucking hyped for the third book coming out next week. I usually hate shit like this.
I love sleazy celebrity memoirs
Ava Gardner was sexy as fuck.
I wouldn't call it Twilight at all. Hisui and Kohaku routes goes deeper into psychology than any YA and most 'adult' books.
I kind of wish the vn had no good endings, it ruins the mood of the true endings. Hisui's suicide was a nice way to end the route, there was no need for a good ending.