Goblin Slayer Review Light Novel Volumes 5 + 6

The Endless Cycle of Rookie Mistakes I don't normally review volumes together unless they are clearly two parts of the same story with no resolution in between, however when I finished reading volume 5 of Goblin Slayer I was kind of at a loss as to what to write and so I simply stacked the … Continue reading Goblin Slayer Review Light Novel Volumes 5 + 6

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Goblin Slayer Volume 4 Light Novel Review

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A series of stories following the characters from Goblin Slayer, but this book can't help but feel disjointed.. That said, there's plenty to enjoy even if as an overall novel it doesn't really read that well.

Goblin Slayer Volume 3 Light Novel Review: It’s A Date, And Goblins

The Harvest Festival is on its way and all the female adventurers and friends suddenly have one thing on their mind. Too bad Goblin Slayer only ever has one thing on his mind - killing goblins. Review: Of the three volumes I've read so far, this one is probably the weakest. And that's because instead … Continue reading Goblin Slayer Volume 3 Light Novel Review: It’s A Date, And Goblins

Goblin Slayer Volume 2 Light Novel Review: It’s Always Goblins

Goblin Slayer has quite the reputation now and in this volume he's answering a quest request from the Sword Maiden herself, a Gold-ranked adventurer who apparently fought a Demon Lord. Review: While this second volume doesn't quite have the drawing power of the first, it is a very decent follow up. There is an understanding … Continue reading Goblin Slayer Volume 2 Light Novel Review: It’s Always Goblins

Goblin Slayer Volume 1 Light Novel Review: A True Specialist

Overview:In a world where the gods grew bored of playing games and so created men and demons and dwarves and elves and goblins in order to play an even better game, adventurers know that they might die on a quest. Priestess knows this as she joins her first party and they venture out to hunt … Continue reading Goblin Slayer Volume 1 Light Novel Review: A True Specialist