Thrilling Psychological Books

1984 was, in fact, a book in the psychological genre, just like the Attack on titan manga online, but the way the author writes it makes us think this is a thriller that we are watching, rather than a fiction drama book. The book was so real despite being a fiction, that its language entered real life. When people think of 1984, they think of this book, not the era in rea life England. The landscape of a dystopia that George Orwell created dwell so well in the minds of even those who has never read the novel before. The book stands for the state of public opinion, the history, the truth of the world in all decades, therefore it still remains the must-read the story of all time, just like the Hayate no Gotoku manga. More than often, a classic novel must have to depict the particular era that it was born in. However, for this one, it is more like the history of the world. 

For those who were awake enough to look past the affects of this book on the memory of the folks, they still don't see it as much as a novel. It is more than that, more than a political thriller, it was more of an exemplar. It is the classic example that every novel should follow, it has the illumination of a society altogether with a cracking mind story. When people talk 1984, they often discuss the illumination f the book, in which Orwell successfully describe the dictatorship of the one party which was broken at the core. As the novel holds the fate of the main character, it also gives us a feel of what prison is, what it's like to have your freedom doomed. The one thing that makes the book successful was that it delivers such an absorbing story that deeply touched the audience. 

Food Wars! A Second Review

In this article, I will continue to discuss my review of the manga Food Wars! 

Our main character has entered the cooking school that any chefs would be dreaming about. Obviously, there would be battles from the get-go that can truly test him. Fighting head to head with Erina Nakiri, the young lady with the Divine Tongue in the opening exams showed him that his time in this school is intriguing. Just the thing that the author in the Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Manga did!

The first volume is your essential introduction: the cast of characters, the topics and thoughts we should be expecting, the general tone and temperament, and obviously the style of art we'll be seeing. This volume makes a strong point in showing the people into the story and paints a fairly intriguing  ordinary shonen manga. The main drawback with the first book is that the story doesn't get going all that rapidly. You do get the opportunity to see where things will go, and that is about it. 

In the following two volumes, however, things truly take off. 

The second volume is still fundamentally in the setup field, however, gives a greater taste of what's in store when the cook show-offs and difficulties are presented, which is quite a pleasant change of pace. It is in contrast with the standard fight/activity mangas I've read before, where the adversaries are attempting to improve a dish, rather than the general story line. 

The third volume is the point at which the manga moves into its first enormous circular segment, where the characters must enter the Cooking Camp and face their first genuine test. The manga truly keeps on developing from here, including more characters, ideas, and some somewhat amazing turns to the blend that make up an agreeable read. I can't say much, yet if you still have your doubts about following this manga, this volume ought to make your mind up. 

We think that this manga is no less interesting than the Akatsuki no yona manga, and you should definitely give it a try.