(5-21) An Update
Nothing much has changed.
After reading Island, I haven’t gotten the urge to read another novel yet. I think that this is due in part to two primary reasons. First, I’m unsettled, as I don’t know what Island was about — it’s still in the back of my mind, preventing me from fully moving on to another work. While I don’t claim to leave every work, appreciative of its entirety, for Island, I’ve yet to comprehend it basics. Second, as of late, I’ve been having more fun with non-novel related matters. Graduation’s around the corner after all.
(5-11) Island Review
(5-9) Island & Midterms
I should be studying for my midterms. But Island is too enticing. I think that it may be one of the better works in recent time. I think that I’m approaching the final route(s).
I don’t see how this work’s going to get adapted. On one hand, it’s disgustingly visual novel in structure (necessitates multiple routes). On the other hand, some of the content within the work isn’t appropriate for an alleged ‘all-ages’ novel, much the less, a more mainstream anime adaptation. I don’t think that making this work an all-age one was the most sound decision.