Hazuki Kagimura (CV: Tomori Kusunoki) has no friends. She doesn’t even know how to make friends. Instead she reads a lot, and it’s her escape from the discomforts of reality. One day while reading at a hamburger place, she notices someone who no one else seem to notice. She ends up following the stranger to a library and on the other side of the bookshelf, she find a magical land…
I honestly have mixed feelings about this show. While I think it has its good moments, it’s also pretty meh and slow. The plot is more or less dependent on Hazuki’s personal development as a character who avoids interaction with people and what happens when she actually try to. If I would pick something, I suppose the best feature of this currently airing show is its animation. I don’t have much else to praise, I’m afraid.
It’s, in other words, a rather dull show without much going for it. It’s premise is clear, but there’s not much enjoyment to be had in it. If you want cute girls fighting with magic while it looks pretty but don’t care about how well it’s executed, this is your show.
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The show is still airing, so I have no links at this time.
You can find it on Crunchyroll though.