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Their banter is fun to read. I enjoyed the whole “It could be you. It could be me. It could be anyone except for her, since she’s incapable of using basic technology” bit.
It was also interesting to see マトバ’s reaction after ティラナ turned a man into human sashimi. He knows she’s not a child, but it’s still difficult to get over her appearance.
I ended up reading along with the audiobook this week so I could get through a bit faster, and definitely helped a bit at getting through some of those longer sentences.
Besides the action focus of the chapter it’s been interesting to see their disagreements causing more issues as time goes on, though I wonder how and to what degree things will be reconciled by the end.
their disagreements causing more issues as time goes on
Very much this. Individually, they are lethal, but they were just tripping over each other during the operation in this chapter. I may have been simultaneously facepalming and ROFLing at them throughout.
For this chapter as a whole, I liked the action sequences very much. Also got to see ティラナ’s cool armor
This. Both have impressions of the other as being basically a helpless child in need of being kept safe, when in reality both can take care of themselves but they would do well to have each other’s back.
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