蜘蛛ですが、なにか? [Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?] by Okina BabaWhat a delight!
I love the premise of being reborn as a spider in a dungeon. The lead and her struggles are engaging. There is a mix of action and downtime. It develops the world in an engaging way and you learn along side the lead. There are additional point of views, but the majority is spent with the spider (honestly her parts of the story truly are the best).
Lots of imaginative critters, a slightly bloodthirsty lead and a mystery yet to be resolved-what more can you ask for?
Of course, reader beware-the sequel doesnt come out till MARCH. Whatever will I do having to wait for more of the story? My overeager self finished this book within 24 hours. Shame on me. Now I have to wait and wait and wait and wait.
Warning: Exploring this aspect of the Kumo Desu ga, Nani ka? Wikia contains heavy spoilers. Shiraori has the appearance of a stunningly beautiful young girl with ghost-white skin and long silver-white hair. She keeps her extraordinarily long, flowing, straight hair loose on the top of her head but from her neck down she styles it in a french braid. This braid is wrapped around her like a scarf and lining for her dress.
Kumo desu ga, Nani ka? So I'm a Spider, So What? In an alternate world, as their final act, a great Hero and Demon King unleash a cataclysmic magic. Said magic tears through dimensions and erupts into a Japanese high school classroom, killing everyone inside instantly. But instead of staying dead, those present find themselves reincarnated into the alternate world. In a subversion of the usual "reincarnated into an RPG universe" story, our protagonist is a quiet, lonely girl who is reincarnated not as the next Chosen One
So I'm a Spider, So What? The series has received a manga adaptation, and an anime television series adaptation has been announced. Asahiro Kakashi launched a manga adaptation of the light novels in the Kadokawa Shoten 's Young Ace Up manga website on December 22, It was reported on July 6, that the series would receive an anime adaptation, according to an early look at the wraparound jacket band on the fifth volume of the manga adaptation. The light novels and manga had a combined 1.