Classroom of The Elite

Students of the prestigious Tokyo Metropolitan Advanced Nurturing High School are given remarkable freedom—if they can win, barter, or save enough points to work their way up the ranks!

Yōkoso Jitsuryoku Shijō Shugi no Kyōshitsu

ようこそ実力至上主義の教室へ

(lit. “Welcome to the Classrooms Where Merit is Paramount”)

Author: Shōgo Kinugasa and illustrated by Shunsaku Tomose

Anime directed by Seiji Kish

Genres: Suspense, Psychological, Slice of Life, YA, Drama

Where? Crunchyroll but only in English for now.

Kon’nichiwa, dearies! ⭐️

I haven’t enjoyed an Anime in a while, but this one had me glued to the screen, and the best was that the second season had just aired this year, so I got to see both in one go, problem now is that I’ll have to wait for season 3. Or I can read the Light Novel and not wait for that, so I bought the first one, it’s waiting on my Kindle.

After saying that, let’s recap on Classroom of the Elite, an anime that makes you doubt everyone and start saying, repeatedly, don’t trust them.

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Horimiya

‘Kyoko Hori is a bright and popular high school student, in contrast to her classmate Izumi Miyamura, a gloomy and seemingly nerdy boy.’

ホリミヤ
(Horimiya)
by Hero, Daisuke Hagiwara (Artist)

A lovely one.

One of the first reviews I start with a one-liner I know already. 😄

Hello, dearies! 💖

Horimiya is one of those that I first watched the anime then read the manga, but it’s alright, you can do it like that as well, there’s not much difference in the story, except for the ending of the Manga, that’s a plus for us readers.

I’ll jump right in.

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Blog ReCap 2021

“All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence; then success is sure.” Mark Twain

Hello, dearies! Happy New Year! 🎆

A New Year, a new life, nah, just kidding, same life as before, it’s only a new number in the year but same things happening. That sounded a bit dark on my end, but it’s also true.

Moving on.

Now, I don’t usually do recaps or stuff like this, but here we are because 2021 make me write tons of posts for some reason, so I’ll try to convey the ones I liked the most next. Including those where I rambled on about book characters. 😆

And sometimes book challenges.

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5 Christmas-related eBooks

I checked out Smashwords and found some titles that are Holiday, Christmas related, so I decided to share 5 that caught my eye, actually, there were more, but for now, I’m sharing these with you, in case you want to add them to your list and read on Christmas’ Eve.

Hello, dearies! ❄️It’s December 1st! ❄️ 2020 had us on a rollercoaster, but we made it this far, we can make until the 31st, right? Hopefully. 

I checked out Smashwords and found some titles that are Holiday, Christmas related, so I decided to share 5 that caught my eye, actually, there were more, but for now, I’m sharing these with you, in case you want to add them to your list and read on Christmas’ Eve. ☃️

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Other 7 EBooks for Under a Dollar or Free

Okay, readers! Hello again! Here we go once more, I have searched for other 7 Ebooks that are either free at the moment or cost less than a dollar, and considering how bored we all are during quarantine, forced, voluntary or whatever, then we know something to pass the time.

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10 Young Adult Books to Add to Our Reading List

So, this is my first time recommending so many books in one go, but I hope to make a couple of more like this one in the future. I have not read the books I am about to name but the titles called to me or the covers (mostly the covers), so I want to share them with all the readers out there looking for something new to add to their reading list.

I picked these 10 in the Young Adult section, but they might have some fantasy in them as well. Though I am thinking of making another list, as I mentioned, but just for the magical, fantastical books out there. Unless you want to know about other genres then let me know in the comments. You will find the link to each book at the end of every description. Alright, here we go.

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