I do not, sadly. orz I was going through your 吸血鬼 lists in the hopes I’d see something I recognized, but my 吸血鬼 game is too weak to be able to suggest anything good. It’s not a book, but I can at least recommend the PURE BLOOD (series) | L24?? manga; it’s only two volumes, so should be pretty quick. Only downside to that is that I’m pretty sure they’re both physical-only at the moment (I edited the Natively pages to reflect that).
To be fair, most of the stuff on the list is pretty obscure. Like, I wouldn’t even be surprised if I was the only person ever to read through 吸血鬼の劣等感 | L31 (searching for it on google brings up the Natively page.) Either way, this is why object 2 is great. We get to improve our 吸血鬼 game while also letting our fellow 吸血鬼 enjoyers know which out of the hundreds of weird, obscure books might actually be worth reading.
Very true! I’m hoping to expand my 吸血鬼 repertoire starting in the new year so I can some recommendations on what’s good/what to avoid.
Good afternoon, enjoyers of 吸血鬼. I recently remembered that this cool site called http://www.vampyre.jp was a thing. It’s basically a Japanese 吸血鬼鑑賞 blog/database that reviewed a whole bunch of 吸血鬼 works. It seems like it hasn’t been updated since 2018, but I still think it would be useful to any 吸血鬼 appreciator.
I actually went through 吸血鬼の館††幻想館††[吸血鬼の手帖]: 日本 アーカイブ a while ago when I was first making the 吸血鬼 list, but I didn’t add all the old books without kindle versions. Maybe I should go back sometime and add them just for completion?
Either way, I think I’m definitely going to use the reviews on this site to help me choose my future reads. Considering how relevant the site is to this thread, I think I might as well put it in the OP. I can’t believe I forgot about it!