Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody, Vol. 1

Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody Vol Programmer Ichirou Suzuki is transported to another world In a foreign land he finds that life is an adventure that s sometimes fun sometimes serious and full of girls

  • Title: Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody, Vol. 1
  • Author: Hiro Ainana
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Programmer Ichirou Suzuki is transported to another world In a foreign land, he finds that life is an adventure that s sometimes fun, sometimes serious, and full of girls
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    • Christina says:

      A good start to a great series of reads. I plan to continue reading this great work of art.

    • Kathleen Townsend says:

      This review originally found on Looking Glass Reads.I have read a lot of stuck in another world type fantasy. High fantasy, light novels, manga, stuck in a video game, or fallen through a wardrobe – I read them all. Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody by Hiro Ainana is one of my all-time favorites within the genre. While bearing a different sort of humor and extremely different main characters, Death March is just as excellent a deconstruction of the genre the light novel Konosuba. It i [...]

    • Scott says:

      Having read the fanslated web-novel was keen to get my hands on this book.Overall this book is pretty average, introducing us to the world, it's mechanics and some characters. However, if the web novel is anything to go on this series slowly builds and gets more exciting.Compared to the web-novel the light novel is more condensed form as one would expect. With only a few noticeable differences that don't affect the plot.I'm keen to continue reading this series and hope it lives up to its web-nov [...]

    • Tomcat says:

      Weak story and characters.The idea of the story is not original, but that's not the problem. The main character doesn't grow or evolved through the book. Starts with super abilities (literally a Godkiller!), spending half of the book just strolling and shopping in the city. Then is a dungeon mission and that's it.

    • Christina says:

      An amazing read. I'm now binging this like crazy. Going to enjoy reading this like crazy.

    • LJF says:

      Gorgeous, unique art enhances this wildly fun story.

    • Sean O'Hara says:

      This is the most generic of the isekai/trapped in a game novels I've read so far. Normally an author will come up with some unique twist, but the only thing this has going for it is the protagonist realizes exactly how OP he is and tries to hide it, which is paltry compared to being stuck with only a shield as weapon, or resetting to a save point upon dying.On top of that, the plot is pretty thin -- half the book is the protagonist going sight seeing, with detailed accounts of not one but TWO sh [...]

    • Alec Rebert says:

      I enjoyed reading it and it definitely wasn't bad in any way, but nothing really stood out too me too much in terms of a "trapped in fantasy world" genre.I'm hoping that the next few volumes evoke more something special in the future

    • Alisha Tarran says:

      So, this caught my eye because of the synopsisI was so intrigued and curious and so I threw myself in to reading this, nearly as soon as I received it! I read this in one sitting, which actually isn't that hard for LN's, but I became completely engrossed in the world of this book! The opening paragraph was intriguing and pulled me in to the story immediately. Death March is fast paced, moving from one event to the next, although during the labyrinth portion of the novel, I was kinda disappointed [...]

    • Matthew Dye says:

      Fun storyGuy ends up in fantasy world with a power boost. Common concept, but it's a fun concept, and done well. Thanks!

    • Love says:

      This is another light novel in the so called Isakai-genre, where an everyday guy is somehow transported to a fantasy world. Basically the Japanese version of Narnia. What makes Death March different from the competition is that there is relatively little focus on adventuring and combat. In some ways it more of a travel narrative. A lot of time is spent on describing all the delicious food the "hero" consumes. The beautiful sights he is treated to and (maybe less uncommon for the genre) the beaut [...]

    • Nurus Samsudin says:

      Recomended for those who love transported to a fantasy world. Enjoy the tour as our mc fighting and kills demons. Rather than strengthening himself, the mc really enjoying his new world, along with his companions.

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