Happy Wednesday! This week’s official topic is ‘Latin Lit’ but after going through all my books I realized I don’t have enough books to fill the post! That I’ll have to fix, so if you have any books written by Latinx authors, do let me know!
So today I’m doing the Alternate Topic that was supplied: Topaz. Because it’s November and topaz is the birthstone of November, the topic is to show books with topaz colors! Topaz I know can be many colors but one of the most common ones is yellow-y, so I’m doing yellow-y manga! Specifically yellow-y spines.
This is what I’ve chosen! (There are more than five, hush, I know):
The ones shown are:
- Inuyasha by Rumiko Takahashi – A historical portal fantasy
- Case Closed by Gosho Aoyama – A mystery with a hint of the fantastical
- Waiting for Spring by Anashin – A fluffy shojo romance
- A Man & His Cat by Umi Sakurai – A fluffy cute thing that is unexpectedly feels-y
- Wild Adapter by Kazuya Minekura – A gritty crime series with hints of romance
- O Maidens In Your Savage Season by Mari Okada – A coming of age comedy
- My Hero Academia by Kohei Horikoshi – A shonen action set in a hero school
- Noragami by Adachitoka – An urban fantasy with bits of comedy
- Assassination Classroom by Yusei Matsui – A crazy science fiction with bits of comedy
Now, most of these I’ve read, but there are a few I haven’t. I’ll get there though, I’ll get there!
If you’ve read any of the above, do let me know! Happy reading!