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    If you enjoy anime stereotypes go for it

    The protagonist has his issues with the relationship to his mother, but that is no wonder. His mother does not understand personal space, boys or males in general and frankly is in desperate need of professional counseling, because these mood swings are not normal. But instead they get transported to this game world and encounter one broken example for a maternal relationship after another and fix theirs one step at a time. I understand that the whole premise of this light novel is comedy, but frankly I did not enjoy this book. Each character is an anime stereotype and the only character defining quirk there is, are the relationship issues to their mothers. Of course the only relative normal one is the protagonist and this was the point that killed the fun for me. Because he has to make constant concessions in the face on ongoing insanity. Honestly, just read "Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku o!" if you want something similar but way better.

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