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~DOWNLOAD E-PUB ⚉ The Irregular at Magic High School, Vol. 2: Enrollment Arc, Part II ♀ Tatsuya and Miyuki Shiba are brother and sister, but they share a bond that transcends mere blood relation Despite the fact that they re siblings who attend the same school, their lot in life couldn t be different Miyuki s a Bloom, one of the elite students of Magic High, while Tatsuya s a Weed, with low expectations and even lower levels of respect But having skillfully diffused a tense situation, Tatsuya finds himself recruited by the school s disciplinary committee and soon discovers there s to Magic High than he realized Satou s editor needs to forbid him from A repeating himself by changing the phrasing of a line only slightly and B using the parenthetical question mark Also, if this was intended to be released only a month after book one in Japan , why is there so much repetition in terms of magical terminology Honestly, this suffersfrom poor editorial oversight than lack of writing skill.Full review eventually appearing on ANN. Altogether, this volume was a little better put together than the last To be expected.Really, the world of Magic High School is what keeps me going with this series and it s so much better explained and expanded in the books compared to the anime.Worth a read. Just could not get into this series these characters Apologies to all of the many many fans of this story and massive props to the author who back in the day was just a regular joe working a soul crushing desk job he s Japanese, you know they were killing him with nothing but a secret dream in his heart and a big idea he dared to put out on the internet Nice to see he found his audience.I wish I could just rate the author, because I d give him 5 stars for sure Thanks for the inspiration b Just could not get into this series these characters Apologies to all of the many many fans of this story and massive props to the author who back in the day was just a regular joe working a soul crushing desk job he s Japanese, you know they were killing him with nothing but a secret dream in his heart and a big idea he dared to put out on the internet Nice to see he found his audience.I wish I could just rate the author, because I d give him 5 stars for sure Thanks for the inspiration buddy THANK YOU I love the uncensored part and awesome moves The characters are a person itself Each of them has a part in the story, not just a side character And of course, their process of unique application of magic. no matter how many times I read this series i love it so much This is book 2 2 of the intro to this series.This book seemed notably weaker than the first, if only because it seemed that the author was in a fervor to finish everything that had been left as a loose string in the first book The key purpose of this book seemed to be the battles and action, but the descriptions of such were greatly abbreviated It largely amounted to overpowered character walks into room and disarms people without a problem.While I m fine with OP characters in stories, as th This is book 2 2 of the intro to this series.This book seemed notably weaker than the first, if only because it seemed that the author was in a fervor to finish everything that had been left as a loose string in the first book The key purpose of this book seemed to be the battles and action, but the descriptions of such were greatly abbreviated It largely amounted to overpowered character walks into room and disarms people without a problem.While I m fine with OP characters in stories, as they are usually tied to interested negative qualities as a result, it seemed like a waste in this book as there was a lot of build up and no reward afterwards My friend loaned this to me, so I should finish reading it soon, part 2 of 3.This volume adds gawd awful capitalist Randian politics to the previous volume s vaguely creepy sexism, extremely questionable incestuous tease, and so literal it s incomprehensible translation.Will inequality always exist in society Yes.Is it society s responsibility to mitigate inequality This novel s answer is NO The author has set up the world so that there is a group that is objectively genetically superior My friend loaned this to me, so I should finish reading it soon, part 2 of 3.This volume adds gawd awful capitalist Randian politics to the previous volume s vaguely creepy sexism, extremely questionable incestuous tease, and so literal it s incomprehensible translation.Will inequality always exist in society Yes.Is it society s responsibility to mitigate inequality This novel s answer is NO The author has set up the world so that there is a group that is objectively genetically superior to others rather than the false differences that we humans usually come up with and the characters 100% buy into the idea that those superior beings have earned and deserve all the power they have Their take on the disenfranchised is if you find your best talent, you will succeed, and if you don t, you re just lazy and a burden on society Fuggoff More a 3.5 due to translation issuesthan anything else With Yen Press official release, they decided to do away with honorifics This is one series where honorifics really come into play Plus there are translation indications throughout the manuscript placed liberally Makes me think the translator was leaving a note to come back and verify their work or to get the editor to verify, but these made it into the official release This is not limited to this volume from Yen Press eithe More a 3.5 due to translation issuesthan anything else With Yen Press official release, they decided to do away with honorifics This is one series where honorifics really come into play Plus there are translation indications throughout the manuscript placed liberally Makes me think the translator was leaving a note to come back and verify their work or to get the editor to verify, but these made it into the official release This is not limited to this volume from Yen Press either