- By Hiro Ainana

Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody, Vol. 2

  • Title: Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody, Vol. 2
  • Author: Hiro Ainana
  • ISBN: 9780316507974
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody Vol Satou has broken free of the demon s labyrinth rescuing Pochi Tama and Liza And after liberating two girls from slavery he s on his way to building an entire harem But beautiful girls aren t the o

    Satou has broken free of the demon s labyrinth, rescuing Pochi, Tama, and Liza And after liberating two girls from slavery, he s on his way to building an entire harem But beautiful girls aren t the only ones coming his way

    1 thought on “Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody, Vol. 2

    1. Satou has broken free of the demon's labyrinth, rescuing Pochi, Tama, and Liza. And after liberating two more girls from slavery, one of which has a surprising knowledge of Japan, he's on his way in to a new adventure as it's now long before a new character makes an appearance and a rescue mission is launched in to place. But once the missions completewhere's Satou's next destination?Okay, so I fiddled with the synopsis a bit to give you a smidge more information without spoiling the volume! For [...]

    2. Another good edition to the series building on the first novel.We get introduced to some new interesting and integral characters in this novel, but don't expect too much in the way of character development.The plot continues to follow that of the web-novel but starts to hint at things in the future.Keen to continue reading this series.

    3. Poor character and story.As the first book, the main character doesn't have any struggle or growing through the story, which is also poor. The combats and fights are just boring, defeating enemies without any problem. An unlimited amount of money, skills and items makes everything too easy for the main character. Not recommended.

    4. IF you liked the first one, then you'll continue to like this series. The main character is in fact OP, but it's funny in that OPM type of way where his problems stem from not going overboard and trying to be normal.

    5. it was very enjoyable, maybe not as much as the first; but Arisa is a interesting new character so I'm looking forward to more

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