3 More Light Novels I Want in English

As an anime fan, it is common to watch a light novel based anime and end up wanting more. Unfortunately, many times we don’t get an English translation (official or not). I already posted 3 novels that I want a translation, and now I’m here with 3 more.


This anime was so fun. A lot of misunderstandings, funny situations, and characters that we can relate to. I’m very curious about how everything is going to be, and how they are going to fix all those misunderstandings.

You can buy the anime at Amazon


With two anime seasons released, the show delivered a wonderful blend of story, service, characters and the doujinshi world. As I love this kind of story, about creators or the industry, I had a great time watching it, and I would like to see what’s happens next.


This is kind of a guilty pleasure, but again, it’s a light novel about light novel authors. With the English release of A Sister’s All You Need, hopefully some publisher will release Eromanga-sensei too.


Top 3: Light Novel Translations I Want in English

Official light novel translations are gaining traction, and every month we get a bunch of new releases.
From Yen Press’ to J-Novel Club’s digital only releases, we have plenty of choices about what to start reading.
But of course, we are never happy, as there’s a HUGE amount of titles being published in the Japanese market.
Many of them are adapted into anime and, as we finish watching it, we’re left wanting more, and without knowing the rest of the story.
Below I’ve listed 3 light novels that I want to have a translation.

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