Occultic;Nine: Volume 1

Q Do you believe in ghosts A Of course not Yuta Gamon, a young boy who lives in Kichijoji, runs an occult blog called Kirikiri Basara He spends his days dreaming of making a fortune off his affiliate links What starts off as a tiny feeling that something s wrong develops into a case that goes beyond imagining Suddenly, Yuta brings together the fates of nine strangeQ Do you believe in ghosts A Of course not Yuta Gamon, a young boy who lives in Kichijoji, runs an occult blog called Kirikiri Basara He spends his days dreaming of making a fortune off his affiliate links What starts off as a tiny feeling that something s wrong develops into a case that goes beyond imagining Suddenly, Yuta brings together the fates of nine strangers Black magic, the afterlife, psychics, fortune telling, other dimensions, prophecies, hypnosis, urban legendsThe world is filled with flim flam This is first book in the Paranormal NVL Occultic Nine series, from the mind behind Steins Gate and Chaos Child Now a hit anime, too
Occultic Nine Volume Q Do you believe in ghosts A Of course not Yuta Gamon a young boy who lives in Kichijoji runs an occult blog called Kirikiri Basara He spends his days dreaming of making a fortune off his affiliate

  • Title: Occultic;Nine: Volume 1
  • Author: Chiyomaru Shikura pako Adam Lensenmayer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Occultic;Nine: Volume 1”

    1. Excerpt from Author Afterword: Now, how did you enjoy the first volume? […] To be honest, though I’m not satisfied with it at all! I mean, who wants a novel that ends like this? Man, I hated to end it this way. I could’ve gone on for 1,500 pages if they’d let me.My stories are always incredibly long to begin with. All the descriptions are rambling, and a lot of it isn’t needed at all.I realized when I was working on this that pro authors are a whole different breed, aren’t they? They [...]

    2. Occultic Nine, one of J-Novel Club's few light novels that has a separate anime edition (the other being Grimgar), this version of the same story adds more context that the faster paced TV version lacked. This isn't your average light novel in that it has a lot of shifting perspectives, similar to a Baccano or Durarara, and it is fairly long for an LN. The focus is on the Occult, as to be expected from the title. If anyone can be said to be our main character, it is Yuta Gamon (Gamotan), a runne [...]

    3. Occultic;Nine is quickly becoming not only my favorite light novel series but also my new obsession. It has very much the same feel as the Steins;Gate visual novel, so if you enjoyed that then definitely give this book at try.

    4. (For those interested in this book, it is officially available in English currently as a Digital-Only release (Kindle, iOS, etc). On July 4th, 2017 there will be a Print edition made available.)Very pleased to come across another solid Japanese teen-novel once again. Occultic;Nine's English translation comes from J-Novel Club, who are among the various newcomers in Japanese "Light Novel" translation, and have proven to have a keener insight into the diversity of Japanese teen literature than oth [...]

    5. The story starts slowly but the end of the first volume leaves you with an ending that will want you to get the second one. Cant wait fort it. =)

    6. Yuta Gamon é dono de um blog sobre supostos casos sobrenaturais. O que começa como uma tentativa de ganhar dinheiro na internet o atira no meio de uma intriga que envolve assassinatos, magia negra e uma série de outros mistérios.Occultic;Nine é a primeira série de livros do escritor Chiyomaru Shikura, mais conhecido pelo seu trabalho em Steins;Gate e outros jogos do estilo visual novel. Neste primeiro volume, desde o primeiro capítulo o autor faz uso de sua habilidade de criar personagens [...]

    7. Occultic;Nine was written by the same author that brought us Steins;Gate, one of the best stories ever. If you're familiar with it, you know it's got super weird characters, looks goofy but has a super serious plot running in the background and is quite complex.So, does that work on a Light Novel format. Nope. It does not! However, if you read it as "Part 1" of a long story, it works beautifully. Will that resonate with most Light Novel fans? Probably not.I for one quite liked it! Would have giv [...]

    8. This book doesn't have a lot of plot, and reads more like a first chapter than a novel of its own.With that said, it's a good first chapter. There's a large variety of characters, so you never have time to get bored with any of them.Translation-wise, I do have some complaints. At least twice a chapter or so, there were missing words or some other obvious error that could have been fixed easily. Style-wise, though, the translator did a good job, so I won't complain too much.

    9. A very good book, but sometimes a tad juvenile.It was hard for me to read though, since it's told entirely from a first person point of view with multiple characters, and chapters are very much like separate short stories.

    10. What can I say about Oc9?This was one of the best stories I have read and watched the last season, good and complex plot, great and very well done mystery that don't spoon feed you and interesting and complex unlikable characters, the third book will be super exciting when it come out, if it come out, and the VN look super prettyIt was a very good read, better than the anime indeed, but the anime is also fun, if you cannot wait for the third volume please see it, but don't trust that ending, the [...]

    11. This was actually really frustrating to read. Most light novels have self-contained stories, this one very definitely did not. Felt like the first third of a book.

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