The Devil is a Part Timer Light Novel Vol Sadao Maou the Devil King has finally been promoted to store manager And who should move next door to his fortress actually a tiny studio apartment in a dingy walk up but a lovely kimono wearing las

  • Title: The Devil is a Part-Timer Light Novel, Vol. 2
  • Author: Satoshi Wagahara 029 (Oniku)
  • ISBN: 9780316385015
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sadao Maou, the Devil King, has finally been promoted to store manager And who should move next door to his fortress actually a tiny studio apartment in a dingy walk up but a lovely kimono wearing lass But the former devil crushing hero Emi Yusa is none too pleased with this turn of events, to say nothing of high schooler Chiho Sasaki, who s still nursing a terrible crSadao Maou, the Devil King, has finally been promoted to store manager And who should move next door to his fortress actually a tiny studio apartment in a dingy walk up but a lovely kimono wearing lass But the former devil crushing hero Emi Yusa is none too pleased with this turn of events, to say nothing of high schooler Chiho Sasaki, who s still nursing a terrible crush on the Devil King Meanwhile, a Sentucky Fried Chicken has opened up right across the street from Sadao s beloved MgRonald It s the first real test of his managerial prowess, and he s facing a pay cut unless he can top SFC s sales Between the two new neighbors, the Devil King s troubles are anything but part time

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    One thought on “The Devil is a Part-Timer Light Novel, Vol. 2”

    1. I'm reading this series of light novels because I enjoyed the anime version of The Devil is A Part-Timer, and I was hoping to get a bit more background on some of the goings-on in Ente Isla. The first two volumes have done a good job of that, and they are as humorous as I'd hoped. My one complaint is that the dialog is often hard to follow. Particularly, one character will say something, and it's not clear who is speaking until *after* the statement. There are also long strings of verbal exchang [...]

    2. Much more time with Emi than the first volume, which pleased me. Not as many comic moments as in the anime, which used some filler to pad out the episodes dealing with this second volume. Maou is either not as heroic or is trolling. Who knows, but still a surprisingly good guy, as he becomes more noble than before. Good stuff.

    3. This was even better than the anime. The characters were more likeable and memorable. And it was still really funny, like wow. Awesome.

    4. Really great story of a Demon King living ordinary japanese life.It's the only book I read (till now) for enjoyment and not for following story or trying to know what's gonna happened next.It's a great read after reading something dark to lighten up the mood.

    5. The stakes are raised from the first book, as we finally find out what's been causing the recent string of earthquakes. Magic is briefly restored! Cliche evil plots are mocked! Maou and Ashiya's living conditions are insulted!There's a bit of a shift in this one, where the focus of the humor is more on the humans finding out about the existence of magic, demons, and an alternate world. Of course, most of the humans end up having their memories of the entire situation wipedbut still.Another large [...]

    6. Though I thought the first novel was uneven, I really enjoyed the second book of The Devil is a Part-Timer. It's funny, breezy, and very pop culture savvy, and where the first volume finished with a blowout battle, this one manages to integrate some light action into its supernatural inflation of dull everyday events pretty well. The pieces set up through the novel click together well, making for a satisfying ending. Most importantly, however, the character relationships, loopy as it is to consi [...]

    7. This second volume still treads on ground covered by the anime however it provides a few really minor extra moments and character interaction moments that make it a must read. Probably, I would say the internal thoughts of both Maoa, Chiyo, Emi, Suzuno, and such regarding their relationships makes it seem to go beyond what the anime covered. For one who may not have seen the anime this wouldnt matter as because of their thoughts and mannerisms in the novel I think we get to see how everyone is a [...]

    8. I'll keep this short. Finishing the second light novel completes the story covered in the anime run. Honestly, if I was recommending reading the first two volumes or watching the show, I'd suggest just watching the show, then picking the light novels up with Vol 3. The show goes into a lot more detail and has overall much better pacing than the books.This volume covers a short arc of Sadau getting promoted to assistant manager and competing with the newly arrived Sentucky Fried Chicken. Of cours [...]

    9. This continues to be one of the most entertaining light novel series to be released in English, with a fun plot, engaging characters, and a very nice translation. My only real complaint about the translation is something I've noticed in several Yen On titles - using commas instead of hyphens to show stuttering (l,like s,so instead of l-like s-so), which is annoyingly grammatically incorrect. Oddly, this only happened in the second half of this novel, so it may be one particular editor. Regardles [...]

    10. I have to say that the second volume in this series is better than the first. After finishing the first novel I was unsure if I wanted to continue on with the second book, I now look forward to reading the third volume. I got the impression from the authors notes at the end of the book that the devil is a parttimer is Satoshi Wagaharas first published work. So maybe he just needed some time to grow.

    11. Pros: Nice questioning of people's motives, what makes "good" and "evil". Interesting to learn more about their history and the way their powers work in our world. Some good humor.Cons: Clueless crush is a little overdone. Also, some of the details of their powers don't quite make sense.Got to see most of the characters in their powered up form. Fight scenes were not quite as confusing this time, which is good since most of this volume was taken up by the fight with Lucifer.3 1/2 stars

    12. Sadao is about to get a higher position at MgRonald. One step closer to world domination! As much as I lament that the anime isn't more about the actual jobs everyone has, it seems a bit more palatable in the manga. Looking forward to more.

    13. It was a fun read. I liked it. To all wondering this is roughly the end of the anime, there are some plot lines that I have been told that appear in book 4, but this is the end of the main plot. I'm looking forward to book 3 :)

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