Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari review
The plot is similar to the famous ( or maybe infamous to some ) Sword Art Online and Log Horizon. Although it is only up to the point wherein the protagonist gets stuck in a different world or gaming world. But the similarities end there. What makes this novel distinguishable is that the flow of the story has the capability to make the reader to read continuously. Although some time transitions made me a little bit uneasy because there were not that much information given in the said transition.
I find the characters very enjoyable and lovable. Their traits can make one easily attached to them. Their exchange of dialogues and of course the jokes were good. Characters were well described although I would appreciate if there were more illustrations by the author. They are also developed quite well. The main character, specifically Naofumi, is a very splendid creation by the author. He is much more human unlike some of the characters that I have read from other works.The supporting characters are also good, since they were presented well and did not just appear from thin air.
So would I recommend this to readers?
Yes, I would HIGHLY recommend this. You can even consider me as a living proof that I really enjoyed this, and you might as well. Readers can try reading the manga for the visuals part, but for the whole essence of the story is of course in the novel.
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Autor Aneko, Yusagi