In this post, I talk about the light novel that I am currently reading and how I set my new reading journal. I also finished reading the first volume of Harry Potter!
Even twenty years of time cannot erase some names from our memory. In 『ボクたちはみんな大人になれなっかた』, seeing one name appearing on Facebook brings back the past, scene by scene. As the narrator let the memories come back, he gives a personal picture of the ’90s.
This is a rough study plan for the year!
I am reading two Japanese novels and I started reading Harry Potter in Japanese! I also discovered the band Yonawo.
A presentation of the books I will be using to prepare the JLPT N1. I also explain why I chose them.
A quick announcement about the format of my blog in 2019
I am taking a little break on the blog! I am busy reading all the tips I can find on the web to prepare for JLPT N1, and I will certainly order some books next week: novels and JLPT textbooks for 2019! Happy end of the year!
I have finished 『リカーシブル』by Honobu YONEZAWA (米澤穂信), and with it, I have completed both my reading challenge for the year and my goals for the month of December. A novel with various themes 「この街は確かに、どこかおかしい」(p.394) Haruka, her mother and younger brother Satoru have to move back to the mother’s native little town. While Haruka, who starts her first year of middle-school, tries to make her place in the class hierarchy, a growing feeling of uneasiness will change her priorities. There is something strange with this town and Satoru is acting weird: Haruka will investigate. This mystery novel is quite long (+500 pages) and encompasses a wide range of topics. First, the daily preoccupations of the protagonist Haruka. As a transfer student, she has to find her place in the class hierarchy and make friends. We also soon find out that her family is not what it seems and Haruka has to find her place in it too. Another important point is the town itself: the town is slowly dying, many stores have shut down, the school is …