ISBN: 1642751375
EAN13: 9781642751376
Language: English
Release Date: May 7, 2019
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 0.7086614" H x 7.007874" L x 5.03937" W
Weight: 0.6172943 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

The cutthroat school drama light novels that inspired an anime

Students of the prestigious Tokyo Metropolitan Advanced Nurturing High School are given remarkable freedom--if they can win, barter, or save enough points to work their way up the ranks Ayanokouji Kiyotaka has landed at the bottom in the scorned Class D, where he meets Horikita Suzune, who's determined to rise up the ladder to Class A. Can they beat the system in a school where cutthroat competition is the name of the game?

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5
   Not what I expected, but in a good way
I haven't watched the anime, but I heard that there were a lot of changes, so I wanted to read the books first. I knew halfway through that I would buy the second book, and I did. This is a great drama, and cool characters. There are also a lot of tactical moves by the characters that are often difficult to predict.
 
5
   Worth the read
It's the first time I read a light novel _ especially in the English _ I've enjoyed the experience, it's a bit different than the anime, but not too much. After a month of waiting my package from ARAMEX has been lost and my time has been wasted, so I advise you to buy at least 2 or 3 volumes so you won't go through the same experience I did.
 
3
   Perverts
It all started when the boys were "eye-raping" the girls when they were wearing panties, he said.
 
4
   Similar to the Anime but Different.
The story continues until the cruise ship docks in Galveston. However, this is a translation, so it depends upon how skilled the editor is at actually translating the Japanese language right.
 
4
   Separate from the anime but good none the less.
It's a good read, but is nothing like the anime. If you liked that he was emotionless and unfazed then you'll be confused by this novel. The only real similarity between the two is the basic personalities or characters and the plot of the other, which is completely separate. Even though I did recommend this novel to friends, I must admit that once you get settled in with ayanokuji you'll love it.
 
5
   Story
The fifth nominee for fiction is John Greenhill for "Classroom of the Elite." If you are looking for a story that is all about competition then this is for you. A great story, great characters, Raymond said. It's great to hear from Dr. Goin.
 
5
   This is not a Manga with pictures covering every page.
This is my first time reading a light novel, and although it doesn't have pictures everywhere, the story and details give it a completely depressing feel. I love the story and the art on the few pages with pictures and can't wait for the third book, as I have read the first and am halfway through the second. The mailman would definitely recommend, but don't let him shove it in the mailbox.
 
5
   Great read better than the anime
The second part of the story is also very good, if you liked the anime. Even though the anime is well-known, this goes more in depth than the anime and has kept me interested throughout. Even though i know whats going to happen from vol 1-3, i am still going to read all of them because there is more detail. The book is highly recommended.
 
5
   It's a Must buy if you liked the anime
Love the anime, and the LN is even better we get to see what Ayanokouji is thinking so this brings us really in depth with the story and his character, he said.
 
5
   A nice and different story
I enjoyed reading this book, said Dr. Brian Stokes Mitchell, director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The main character and the female leads are very interesting and different from your usual and cliched anime characters.
 
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