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  1. I started reading Akatsuki no Goei ~Tsumibukaki Shuumatsuron~ back in August, got to the beach vacation where I realized that the fan disk revealed Kaito's backstory so I went back to read that before continuing to finish all the other routes. My impression that Kinugasa's works are all about the journey and not the ending have strengthened significantly. His stories are very thriller-esque and he builds them up quite well but his final plot twist doesn't always live up to what he built up. Not that it's terrible since I definitely enjoyed reading it all.
  2. I recently finished marathoning the LN YouJitsu and since there's a 2-3 month wait for vol14, I've decided to continue on Kinugasa's other works. I read the Akatsuki no Goei 5.5 years ago so now I'll read the sequel, Akatsuki no Goei ~Tsumibukaki Shuumatsuron~ before finally moving on to Reminiscence. Been so long since I read the prequel so hopefully I didn't forget too much. Also can't believe it's already been 3 years since I last read a VN (Sen no Hatou)...
  3. * Maji de Watashi ni Koishinasai! (Miyako) * ef - a fairy tale of the two (Miyako) Oh what a coincidence.
  4. Thanks for the suggestions. Going to look through a few of these. Noticed quite a few Light and Nitroplus works. I did also enjoy Baldr Heart, though obviously not to the degree of Baldr Sky. The pacing in both were quite well done. Any recommendation which one I should move onto next? At first glance, Baldr Bringer seems thin on plot and focused on the gameplay Baldr Zero? It's a different story and different writer so seeing Kou and Rain in it give me second thoughts due to the potential to ruin the characters built up in Baldr Sky. Maybe Baldr Force? I actua
  5. Trying to get back into a VN. I enjoyed: Baldr Sky Aiyoku no Eustia Sen no Hatou, Tsukisome no Kouki Trying to understand why I liked them: There is generally some clear world-moving motive the characters are pursuing in each Doesn't revolve around high school life to drive the story (mostly) The setting and plot maintains tension in the atmosphere which keeps me hooked. Plot with action in it helps. I tried reading Dies Irae and finished the first 2 routes (Kasumi and Kei) a few months ago. It was okay, but didn't hook me enough for me to curre
  6. As a casual reader, my first reaction when I reached the end of Yandere's patch one year ago was not "That was terrible, I hope he stops translating this!" but immense disappointment that I couldn't read on. After seeing this debate, I now understand what the second post in https://forums.fuwanovel.net/index.php?/topic/1888-japanese-help-thread-for-translators/ was referring to
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