The Other Worlds are by the Bean Counter Volume 2, book review


I’m pretty sure people in the parallel world have different bodies than ours. (Aresh Indolark)

The employee is mistakenly moved to another world and does everything that can facilitate the creation of an asset by working in the accounts office of the palace. But his addiction to work and nutritional tonics leads to a sudden meltdown on the streets. As long as the stern-faced knight lands with his stern-faced captain Aresh Indolark, Seiichiro can’t wait to get back to work. Since Aresh was forced to heal him by having sex with him (consensual of course), it’s something he’s accepted, but perhaps in denial; it’s a place where they do things differently here. And Aresh walked out of the house in the morning and out and started with a walk from his office in May – and quickly started arriving at the hospital – for a meeting with Ciro Quellbas, a medical director, who acknowledges his condition. as a problem that could be caused by his lack of resistance to magicules, tiny particles of energy in the air. While Sei became obsessed with humanity when he was summoned to the city as a champion, she was protected but she was unharmed. Aresh, who for many reasons feels responsible for Sei (would he have fallen in love with him?) tries to protect him. I suspect that after being told he doesn’t want his own meal. It’s just one thing we have to do. Sei isn’t ready to be pampered (although an early dinner at a worthwhile restaurant is a bit pricey, given the lighter, more delicious fare it was in Japan) and tries hard to resist to a new diet of Areshs. How does he see me? Like his pet? Sei wonders in bewilderment until another clash of wills ensues between the two.

And the lord of the year, Madame Yua. He receives instructions in magic from Aresh, and then follows him to the dining hall where he is in time for the Seis diet. When she watches a rather strange meal, she tells the newspaper that her self-consciousness again means that she never thinks about what he is doing and can never give him a food item for him to eat (at the horror of Aresh). Do you have feelings for this handsome captain? Does he possibly see Sei as an equal rival?

The air almost crackles as Sei and Aresh begin to argue. Sei has worked on earth for too long, that it has become the only way of life he knows. He looks like a drug addict who doesn’t take long to fix it, so he doesn’t see enough potential to come back to his office by Aresh. This leads to frequent heated exchanges between them as they begin to negotiate ways to understand the other things. Says he believes Aresh thinks the way he does because of his humble virtues and extraordinary outlook, but immediately realizes his young captain is more than just a straight man of the ruling classes: he has a lot more respect for others than an ordinary individual, because he wants to protect himself. However, he cannot go out in love with him! The soon-to-be-ending charming bonus story, The Bean Counters Fate Depends on his Subordinates, shows us another side to Aresh and his attitude towards Sei.

The second volume, adapted from the BL light novels by Yatsuki Wakatsus, is perfect for the latest version of the Yatsuki manga. Kazuki Irodori has good taste, giving the first sign of the first promise! Irodori is a very talented pictorial storyteller. The story flows with lots and lots of ease, but isn’t always a constant drudgery for light fiction adaptation, but the characters pop up alive on the page (don’t be mechanical. Even if you don’t like the story of this manga, it’s a shame you have a well-planned set-up from an expert author, he decided to turn his ideas into a witty and realistic approach. Arguing between characters and praise is a real way of telling stories and it’s impossible to forget the truth of the story.

There’s only a third volume in this ongoing series in Japan – and despite its release, Yen Press hasn’t given us a date yet, so we can only hope we won’t wait too long for that this volume ends abruptly on a dramatic suspense.


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