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    Content PDF Cover PDF. Front Cover of Kizumonogatari Anyway, I really, really want the monogatari light novels, I love the series, adore it, and was. Monogatari Series Monogatari Series - / Chapters List Monogatari Series Monogatari Series - Bakemonogatari - volpdf · up. Don't know about reading them online, but the light novels are available on The books that were translated were Bakemonogatari and Kizumonogatari. I've never seen a PDF of the actual novels floating online, though.

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    Kizumonogatari Light Novel Pdf

    Kizumonogatari. Bakemonogatari – Part One. Bakemonogatari – Part Two. Bakemonogatari – Part Three. Nisemonogatari – Part One. 3: Kizumonogatari, Nisemonogatari, Nekomonogatari, 8: Kabukimonogatari, 9: download Monogatari Series [LN] epub pdf free. Monogatari Series - Bakemonogatari - volpdf - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. Flag for light novel. Before the Kizu Monogatari.

    Shelves: humour , fantasy One might point out that light novel as a medium, as well as the whole japanese animated industry, are going through a long period in which competent authors and writers are snobbed, producing rather more of the same so that the public is satisfied without risking money on anything new or unfamiliar. Of course, this can't be totally blamed on the downloaders since even competent authors apparently become so engrossed in their own fame they think fans will forgive any missteps, once it's clear your wo One might point out that light novel as a medium, as well as the whole japanese animated industry, are going through a long period in which competent authors and writers are snobbed, producing rather more of the same so that the public is satisfied without risking money on anything new or unfamiliar. Of course, this can't be totally blamed on the downloaders since even competent authors apparently become so engrossed in their own fame they think fans will forgive any missteps, once it's clear your work will sell no matter how you wrote yourself into a corner and ran out of ideas years ago: Tanigawa's Haruhi Suzumiya series is a much woeful but clear example of this, and Nisio Isin apparently did not much better with its Monogatari series, suffering in this Kizumonogatari the exact same problems of condescension we have witnessed for years. The story is nothing more nothing less than your average rewrite of Campbell's monomyth, where one plain read 'boring' or 'made just for self-insert' character is thrown into the world of fantasy and mysteries by a series of not-so-coincidences, he has to fight the villains to retrieve the magical item, there is the old sage aiding him at every turn so he doesn't get himself killed, the damsel in distress, the final boss, the moral and a few predictable twists. I often heard Nisio being revered as an unusual author, who plays a lot with puns, wording and crush stereotypes, and admittedly he does this in the Zaregoto series sometimes, whereas Kizumonogatari shows the understanding of its own genre just as much Snyder's Superman shows an understanding of what made Nolan's Batman so fresh and innovative for superhero movies. Being mostly a character-driven novel it's hard to talk about the plot without considering the cast, but in this case it only furtherly proves how little thought was put into the story to begin with. Our protagonist is presented as apathetic, isolated, cynical but, in truth, deeply scared of human interactions, which would have been for a much interesting albeit hardly orginal characterization, if explored well. Instead Nisio is only able to copy your everyday Ikari Shinji 13k from Neon Genesis Evangelion, which isn't really a hard feat in itself considering how many authors already stole the character before him, yet while mimicking what young readers could relate better to, he failed to reproduce the insightful background that made Shinji a complex human character to begin with. So what we are left with is Ararargi Koyomi, whose main feature is behaving in a completely random fashion and contradicting himself, being at the same time a cowardly self-deluding prick and a masterful warrior of the streets whose strategies only come second to Sun Tzu, despite never knowing anything about his enemies and acting on pure recklessness. This lack of character is often times presented as deliberate but it doesn't make it any less ridiculous.

    Thats why I leave everything in the school locker. If I have all my stationery with me, I dont need a bag. Since I dont need a change of clothes for physical education classes either. I see. If I dont have my hands free, I wont be able to fight when the time comes. Her whole body is a weapon. A human weapon. Though Im against leaving sanitary items in school, thats about the only thing that bothers me. I cant borrow from others, since I dont have friends.

    Dont say that so casually. Whats wrong? Since it is for sanitary purposes, theres nothing to be embarrassed about. Hiding it would be more disgusting, dont you think? I think hiding it is also rather problematic. Well, its up to the individual. Its not my place to comment on it. More importantly, what had caught my attention was the way she had dismissed her lack of friends. Oh, that reminds me. Not that I really cared about it, but the previous issue about skirts had brought to my attention the fact that Senjougahara was a girl after all and wouldnt want to dirty her clothes.

    Because of that, I made some effort to search for a bigger entrance and upon reaching it, I turned to her. Ill hold your 'stationery'. Ill hold them for you, so take them out.

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    What did you say? She looked as if I had made an unreasonable request to her. As if there was something wrong with my head. Though Oshino is kind of a weird guy, hes my saviour. I wont let him meet someone dangerous, so Ill hold onto your stationery.

    I didnt expect you to say that after wed arrived. Senjougahara glared at me. You tricked me, didnt you? Do you have to put it that way? Senjougahara did not say anything, but her expression was a mixture of serious contemplation and conflict.

    She stared at a point near her feet, but turned her head to glare at me several times. I thought that we might leave without going inside, but after a while, Senjougahara said I understand as if she had made up her mind.

    Hold out your hands. With that, the stationeries fell from her as if they were a thousand petals, as if it was a magic show and she was pulling off a trick. The stationery she had threatened me with back in the corridor had barely been the tip of the iceberg.

    Her pockets might be four dimensional. It might be a twenty-second century technology. Even though I had said I would hold them for her, the amount made me worry if they would fit in my bag. The government must be neglecting public safety allowing someone like her to be walking freely about in public. Dont misunderstand. It doesnt mean that I trust you now, said Senjougahara, when she had finished passing me all her stationeries. What do you mean, trust If youre thinking of leading me on, bringing me to such an isolated ruin, thinking to pay me back for the stapler wound, then youre making a huge mistake.

    Well, I think its a mistake too. Listen carefully. If I don't call them every minute, five thousand of my minions would go after your family. Itll be fine.

    Are you saying that itll only take a minute?! Do you take me for some boxer? More importantly, how dare you threaten my family. How outrageous. Five thousand people, what a huge lie. A daring lie for someone who doesnt even have friends.

    You have two younger sisters in middle school, dont you? She knows about my family. Even if its a lie, thats not a joke. Anyway, I had shown her my invincibility against injuries and it seems like she doesnt trust me at all because of that.

    In view of the fact that Oshino had said that trust was important, this was not a good situation. Well, it cant be helped. From now on, its Senjougaharas personal problem. I'm only the guide. Past the wire netting, we entered the area and into the building.

    Even though it was only evening, it was pretty dim. Because the building had been left in disrepair for so long, the footing was bad, and if one wasnt careful one would stumble.

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    It was then that I realized. If an empty can fell, it would be only an empty can, but to Senjougahara, it would be an empty can with ten times its normal weight. If we think in relative terms Ten times the gravity, one-tenth of gravity, is a problem that, unlike in manga, cannot be clearly defined. The simplistic thinking that light weight equals high physical ability is wrong. Moreover, this is an unfamiliar place for her. It cant be helped that Senjougahara is like a wild animal on guard.

    Even if she is ten times faster, her strength is only one-tenth of what it was. I understand why she was so reluctant to let go of the stationeries. Also, why she doesnt carry a bag. Its this way. I stretched out my hand towards Senjougahara, who had stopped at the entrance, grabbing her wrist, and showing her the way. Senjougahara looked bewildered by my sudden movement, and muttered what, but she followed me closely.

    Dont even think that Ill thank you. I get it. Instead, you should be thanking me. I dont get that. After all, I purposely planned for that wound to be on the inside of your cheek so it wouldn't show. No matter how you think about it, that sounds like something an attacker would say: so it doesn't stand out so much, Ill punch you in the stomach rather than the face.

    In any case, if you had pierced through my cheek, it would have still stood out. But you had thick skin to begin with, so I somehow concluded that it would be fine. I cant be happy about that.

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