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Well, there are 21 novels already, and it's still going.
As far as I can tell, we're probably around Vol 14 or so of the novels, right now. Which means, even with the second half of the season, when it comes out, we probably won't have caught up to where the books are currently.
I've only read teh first one, at this point. The writing is a little amateurish. But the story is excellent. So it's a trade-off.
I've taken to reading it (in my head) as though it is satire of fanfic writing style but also given such a compelling plot that it forces you to sit through the unskilled prose.
Y'know, in case you were wondering about the books.
I mean, there were a fair amount of jokes in this season, even if it went from being a parody to being a full-on shounen. Still, thanks for reading and glad you enjoyed.
Haha, very true :D Can you imagine - 'burial mound architect and his two wives set out to take down an entire government system'. Would be interesting XD
Hmm, that's true, although I really don't think that will work out, given the government situation. There's no way they'd let him marry both of them, since she must also have someone assigned to her, so in the end the best they could do would be have an affair. I mean, I know Ririna wouldn't mind, but they'd have to hide it from the government for sure, which would not end too well.
Really? I'd say chickening out and picking both is more fucked up. I'd be very annoyed if that's how they end it, since that's really just cowardice on the part of the mangaka. Weirdly for a harem manga, the supports of each girl is about evenly split, so there's no clear way to piss of the most people by picking the one no one likes XD I'm definitely in the Ririna camp. I mean, she actually seems to care about his stupid burial mounds (I think Ririna brought them up at least three times voluntarily and even offered to go to one with him, whereas Takasaki briefly mentioned them once), she's a super nice person, and even actively encourages Nejima and Takasaki's relationship despite being in love with him because she thinks it's what's best for them. And frankly, he is definitely more in love with her than he lets on. Hesitating over dissolving the marriage? He would have jumped at the chance originally. I don't think even he's realised it though, because he's been in love with Takasaki so long he can't even realise his feelings have changed.
Yeah, he has basically no chance of ending up with the mc (unless the mangaka turns out to be a closet fujoshi), but I still love him. I always find secretive characters like that interesting, since I like trying to figure them out.