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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, Vol. 2

by Fujino Omori

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I found this volume a bit harder work than the previous one. The rather bland language came across more prominently, and at times it was even a bit confusing. I feel like there's some definite over-literal translation going on, and a freer hand would really have helped out.

This volume puts a very heavy emphasis on a new character, and I'm not sure she really stands up to it. There's a rather obvious plot arc around that which didn't do a huge amount for me. The sideplots featuring other characters were actually much more interesting to me this time around. I mean, I still read it in one sitting, so it clearly has something going for it. ( )
  Shimmin | Jun 3, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316340146, Paperback)

"Hello, white-hair."

When someone calls out to Bell with these words, he discovers that the voice belongs to a girl who introduces herself as Lilly. Somewhat goaded into teaming up with her despite the many doubts running through his head, Bell has a successful turn in the dungeon with his new companion.

Though their alliance is short-lived, the negative rumors swirling about the guild to which Lilly belongs, the Soma Familia, are anything but. Later Bell is confronted by the tales of a mysterious sacred wine said to steal the hearts of all who drink it, and--?!

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Bell has a successful turn in the Dungeon with new companion Lilly, and though their alliance is short-lived, the negative rumors about the guild that she belongs to are not, and later Bell hears of a mysterious sacred wine that can steal hearts.

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