I’m a bit behind on other clubs, so I will catch up in a week or two or three or four
Week 2 is upon us!
Discussion will continue to be in the same place.
I’ve already added some vocabulary for chapter 2. Anyone who wants to add page numbers is a kind and generous soul.
It’s week three!
I started a vocabulary list for chapter 3. Please add to it!
Discussions will continue to be in the same place.
It’s week four!
The vocabulary list is blank this week (sorry! I didn’t pre-read it!), so please help me fill it in.
I started a new thread for any discussion of chapters 4-6.
Welcome to Week 5!
We will continue the discussion in the same place. See you there.
Welcome to Week 6!
The discussion for this chapter will continue in the same place.
We only have 4 weeks left, so it’s time to think about whether we want to continue this book club past the first volume. Since there always seems to be people in the “I’ve already read this part” category, there an option to increase the pace.
- I want to keep reading this series at the same pace (one chapter per week).
- I want to keep reading this series, but at a faster pace.
- One volume is enough for me.
- I want to keep reading this series, and I don’t care about the pace.
Welcome to week 7!
Here’s a link to the discussion thread for the last 4 chapters.
If at least 5 people besides me want to keep bookclubbing this manga, I will maintain it, including the vocabulary sheet (which is mostly populated by yours truly), so, please let me know your intentions in the poll, above.
I would like to keep reading this series (already bought Volumes 2 and 3 so I will read those at least), but I don’t care too much about the pace tbh, therefore I was not sure what to pick in the poll
So it looks like we’re already 5 persons including you, which is… a start?
Good point. I’ll add an option.
…I had to do it as a separate poll, but it’s right under the first poll.
Thanks! I do hope at least one more person wants to continue.
I don’t care about the pace either, but I voted for same pace before I saw the extra option
I’m still trying to catch up (still at ch4). Voted for I don’t care about the pace/same pace because I figure I’ll take my time. Irl is a bit hectic
For me the 1 chapter per week has been a good pace, as it gives me some leeway to catch up if life gets busy. But increasing the pace is also okay, then I’ll just keep up as much I can and try to catch up if I fall off the wagon
I just voted after seeing the second poll. I’m okay with any pace. Pls no 1 volume/day though
There is enough interest for me to continue maintaining the book club into volume 2. If you still want to get a paper copy, now it’s the time to get your hands on a copy.
Since most people don’t seem to care about the pace, I’m thinking of increasing the pace to 2 chapters per week–so, about a month and a half for a volume.
- Two chapters per week is fine with me.
- No way, I really need it to be one chapter per week.
Sorry if this is answered somewhere and I just didn’t find it, but we’re taking a break this week?
Looks like we do! I didn’t know either, haha.
Oops! That was just me being incompetent with a calendar!
I didn’t intend to take a break, but since it was in print, I’m putting this week as a week to read and discuss the Shougi articles that follow chapter 1 (page 36, not that the page number is marked), chapter 5 (page 102), and chapter 7 (page 134). I read the first article, and found it helpful. If you’re not interested, this week could be a break.
The shougi article discussion can be found here…
and I’ve started a separate vocabulary sheet for it here.
We will resume reading the storyline next week!
Almost time for me to read the next volume
I hope you enjoyed your week off/week to read the Shougi articles. I had planned to read the articles, but then I started watching a new-to-me anime, instead .
Chapter 8 Starts this week! The discussion is in the same place.
Chapter 9 Starts this week!
Only one more chapter after this!
My family has started a “Screen-free Saturday” tradition, I have to shift the “first” day of the week to Sunday.
Discussion continues to be in the same place.