Book Girl and the Corrupted Angel With college exams approaching Tohko Amano president of the literary club closet book eating goblin and shameless procrastinator does the unthinkable and declares club activities suspended Unencumb

  • Title: Book Girl and the Corrupted Angel
  • Author: Mizuki Nomura
  • ISBN: 9780316076944
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • With college exams approaching, Tohko Amano president of the literary club, closet book eating goblin, and shameless procrastinator does the unthinkable and declares club activities suspended Unencumbered by the demand of his taskmistress to deliver handwritten improv stories, Konoha finds himself helping his oft estranged classmate, Nanase Kotobuki, in the music roomWith college exams approaching, Tohko Amano president of the literary club, closet book eating goblin, and shameless procrastinator does the unthinkable and declares club activities suspended Unencumbered by the demand of his taskmistress to deliver handwritten improv stories, Konoha finds himself helping his oft estranged classmate, Nanase Kotobuki, in the music room after school When one of Kotobuki s friends goes missing before Christmas, though vanishing amidst rumors of her being an Angel of Music Konoha finds himself swept up in a mystery unfolding as if from the pages of Gaston Leroux s seminal work

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    1. The stories in each volume of Book Girl are relatively self-contained, but this book really builds off of previously established characters and plot lines. At least read book 3 first, better yet to start at the beginning. With Tohko's college exams on the horizon, Konoha is left strangely devoid of literary club activities and somehow ends up helping the music teacher alongside Kotobuki after school. Then one of Kotobuki's friends goes missing…As always summarizing the premise of a literature [...]

    2. Wow.I didn't see that ending coming. Did not see that coming.This installment of the Book Girl series centers around The Phantom of the Opera. A female opera student is missing after having sent Kotobuki texts regarding her "Angel of Music." Now the search is on to find the missing diva. Twists and turns abound, reflecting the mysteries within Phantom.In this volume, we revisit old friends and meet new characters. Our favorite Book Girl is largely absent in this volume due to studying, but being [...]

    3. I’m sorry, but no matter how many times the other characters said they love Kotobuki Nanase, how adorable she was really, how cute she was, I couldn’t like her with the way the author presented her. I couldn’t even understand why they love (big word, because if only like I could understand) that much. It’s not that I think she was a bad person. I don’t hate Kotobuki. I thought she was pretty cute sometimes. But the thing is… Kotobuki’s positive trait wasn’t her cuteness, wasn’t [...]

    4. #booksiboughtonsummervacationcuzijustcantresistthetemptationduh no.1Like- Great improvement on characters' development. It's nice to see that Kotobuki isn't just a(n) asshole tsundere.- The illustrations. Takeoka did a great job.- As usual, Amano provided good summaries and analysis of The Phantom of the Opera.- Straightforward about mental illnesses.- WTF happened between Asakura and Inoue? I've wasted so much money on this series I can't give up now. So far we've learned that Asakura is a douc [...]

    5. I love that we finally got some focus on Nanase and what makes her tick. Another wonderful installment to this series.

    6. This installment takes its theme from Gaston Leroux’s The Phantom of the Opera. As usual, the plotline is so Byzantine, with various characters giving vent to outbursts of emotions or being so icy, as to baffle the average reader. The story features the usual gang of misfits: Konoha Inoue, suffering from panic attacks when he thinks of his school chum Miu; Tohko Amano, the bibliophage; Nanase Kotobuki, whose antagonism towards Konoha is revealed to be something completely different; and the sl [...]

    7. Yet another great book. A bit different from the previous ones, the overarching story takes centre stage and the book that is used as the basis for the story is just there as background.The author keeps building up Konoha's story, and I'm really curious to see how it ends! 4 books to go :)

    8. If there's one thing that's missing in this novel, it's the titular book girl. Tohko only appears in a few scenes, and really only has an impact in the last third of the book. The rest has to deal with the relationship between Nanase and Konoha, and I have to say, I was really bored and kind of annoyed with it. Nanase doesn't really seem to be that interesting. Yeah, she's kind of grown as a character, but it's something we've seen before in countless other tsunderes in anime and light novels. S [...]

    9. This is the bleakest Book Girl installment yet. I've inured myself to the sociopathic characters, existential despair, and death, but this time Nomura pulled something different -- something that makes even the child abuse in the second book seem mild.The story opens with everyone's favorite book-munching goblin decreeing a temporary hiatus for the Literature Club so she can study for exams. Given that the club has only one other member, this isn't too much of a hardship for anyone. But before K [...]

    10. Akutagawa vâng, chính là vì bạn này bị "mèo cào" mà mình phải dừng lại viết chút review. Tất cả những hành động khả nghi, hỏi han này nọ chỉ có thể liên quan đến một người - Miu mà thôi. Hiện giờ thì không biết kế hoạch trả thù của Miu thế nào, nhưng cá nhân mình thấy hơi nản khi ngày đến tập ấy càng gần. Đó có thể là lý do vì sao suốt một thời gian dài mình bỏ bẵng "Cô gái văn c [...]

    11. This is more about the series as a whole, and as this is the first volume that I haven't seen many reviews for, and the volume where I'm stopping, it seems an appropriate time for a review."The Book Girl is a goblin who eats books" says the back cover of each volume, and is a poor way to introduce the story. The Book Girl Toko has no superpowers. She just reads a lot. She isn't even the main character. Her sidekick and the only other member of her book club, Inoue, is the main character.Each vol [...]

    12. Finally a story for Kotobuki Nanase (my favorite character ) but actually her role is pretty faded and hard to be considered as the main character. Anyway, the story is really good despite the unnatural love scenes involved between Nanase and Inoue, still a good book of the series.

    13. This book is a shadow to The Phantom of the Opera. As a third-year Tohko is busy studying for exams, leaving Inoue to his own devices. Kotobuki's friend from a music school goes missing, and Inoue agrees to help her, this time without the nudging of Tohko. Before she went missing, Kotobuki's friend told her about an "Angel of Music" that helped her gain the lead in her school's opera. As Kotobuki and Inoue go deeper into their investigation, the question arises if her Angel of Music was really a [...]

    14. This book focuses on Konoha and Nanase's character development, though I was most intrigued by Omi's narration in Epilogue--as if he was making a prophecy of where this series is heading. What would Miu's message to Nanase trigger now that Konoha is slowly recovering from his traumatizing past? Time to pick up the next volume and find out.

    15. Câu chuyện lần này hết sức đen tối. Tôi cho 4 sao vì sự phức tạp của nó và những dư âm mà nó để lại. Nhân vật phụ lần này rất tuyệt vời. Omi chỉ xuất hiện trong 1 tập nhưng diễn biến lẫn phát triển tâm lý của cậu ta tốt hơn hẳn những nhân vật chính vốn xuất hiện từ tập 1.

    16. it wasn't quite as good as the three previous books in the series. I kind of missed Touko throughout the whole book.

    17. This volume was not one of my favourites, I must say, but it was still stunning. I cried so many times, especially when they found out Mito died. I loved Tohko's revelation of the story very much.

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