僕のヒーローアカデミア 雄英白書 I [Boku No Hero Academia: Yuuei Hakusho I]

僕のヒーローアカデミア 雄英白書 I [Boku No Hero Academia: Yuuei Hakusho I] Review

The U.A. High School Hero Course teaches young hopefuls everything they need to become heroes. Between killer events like the Sports Festival and internships, there’s even Parents’ Day! That’s when all the kids get the chance to show their pare...

Title:僕のヒーローアカデミア 雄英白書 I [Boku No Hero Academia: Yuuei Hakusho I]
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    僕のヒーローアカデミア 雄英白書 I [Boku No Hero Academia: Yuuei Hakusho I] Reviews

  • Wing Kee

    Pretty slow.World: The world building is solid, it builds upon the main series and relies on a lot what's be built in there. Story: It's a collection of short stories tied together with one school eve...

  • Teresa

    Being a light novel, this was a quick and fun read. The book explores some of the "daily lives of students" that the creator couldn't quite fit into the manga due to aiming to push the main plot forwa...

  • Sally ?

    As someone who is unashamed to admit to having read a lot of really well written, wonderful, My Hero Academia fanfiction in her time, the writing in this was a bit dry.But the story was still so cute ...

  • Mary Wyman

    If you are a My Hero Academia fan, then I suggest you read this!Written in novel format instead of manga, MHA School Briefs is about some of the action that takes place in between the hectic lives of ...

  • Julie

    Ah, this was just okay. The writing wasn't that great. The author used former and latter a lot, which kind of bugged me for some reason and I often got confused during the dialog because I couldn't te...

  • Isabella

    this was basically fanfiction written by a man who's never written fanfic before and for which i had to PAY TO READsome characters were kinda.... ooc??? not entirely, but their characteristics were ei...

  • Tuna

    Hero Academia School Briefs 1 is a commendable undertaking to present a novelized take on hero academia. While it is worth nothing that quite a ton of people have done the same, with the number of her...

  • Julieanne

    The first in what will be a series of novels, "Parents' Day" works as excellent supplemental reading for fans of the My Hero Academia franchise.It is however recommended that readers be caught up to a...

  • Michelle Smith

    Do you want to read about Mineta being not just lustful but outright misogynistic? This is the book for you!...

  • Kristin

    Cute, fast read. Two main issues: Dialogue, half the time you couldn't tell who was speaking. It got especially confusing during the "Teacher Mayhem" chapter when all the teachers (minus Aizawa and Al...