Time to get reading! || #MangaLoveReadathon

Organised by Shaegeeksout, the Readathon is taking place this weekend - from the 12th to the 14th of February. Although I'm using this as an opportunity to get through as much as my manga backlog as possible, Shae has also given us some challenges, should we care to accept them! These challenges make up the foundations of my own readathon choices for this weekend, so let's take a look at them!

Your Pain? My Pain.: Kizu Review

Kizu, written by Otsuichi and drawn by Hiro Kiyohara, follows the life of Keigo. Like most other children, Keigo attends school, but his school is different. All of the troubled kids - the troublemakers, the abused, the scarred - are grouped in one class. This manga is a really short story. It's only 4 chapters long! But, despite that, it's a really impactful story.

A Game of Life or Death: Worldend:Debugger Review

Boy, I love a death game scenario, so I was quite hyped to get reading this and I am so glad I did. The synopsis sounds a little crazy, sure, I get that, but the first chapter is written so well making me hooked from the start. And as the story progressed, I was obsessed with finding out what the next game was or what the next twist in the story was.

Rediscovering Manga

Whilst at university, reading has become a chore. It's rare I read for pleasure now, for I find it quite time-consuming to get involved a whole new world and immerse myself so much that I enjoy it. That being said, I have recently begun reading manga again.