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  • This novel was my highlight of 2020.

    At this point, you should be very familiar with Carlos Zen's packed, monologuing style. It comes to no surprise that Volume 7 delivers much the same in terms of content. I personally really enjoyed this volume, given the unfaltering pace in Tanya's narration. As a reader, this novel drills into you how despite Tanya's victories at large, like a real war, the movers and shakers aren't individuals, but instead entire bureaucratic structures. Once again, Youjo Senki left me with the feeling that "I get it." I understand your struggle Tanya! The highers squeezing the workers for all they're worth is really the theme of this volume. Basically, what I really wanted to say was that this volume continues the spirit of the series. We get this sense of impending anxiety... I can really empathise with her struggle. It seems the road of the future will be paved by the sweat and tears of the future Lieutenant Colonel Degurechaff. It's a light novel so clearly you came for the pictures /s. 10/10. The despair is very cute as always. Get the volume. If you've read this far you won't be disappointed.

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  • Kazinaki.

    Carlo Zen once again gives us what we want, a genius military commander who, with the grace of God, smites down the enemies of the Fatherland. The plot is very similar to what we've already read, just in a new locale. As we've come to expect, philosophical ideas are covered superficially and then recycled repetitively by different characters, but never so much that the read itself is boring. Very enjoyable for fans of the series so far.

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