[Novel]Uchu no koe
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2015/08/25 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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This work was written as so-called serial novel, unlike short shorts which the author is good at. That is why there was a thrill of pulling readers in each chapter and a sense of exhilaration that the characters faced with it. Each character plays a lot of perspective because each character draws wisdom and puts out a solution that hits the knee while making the most of the wisdom.
Also, the SF setting has been made. I am thinking that light and durable special plastic is used for the material of the robot.
In the sense that it seems easy to process. In addition, we get all the tolerance with self evolution, and the horror of the monster plant which is getting stuck with hands is explained. It absorbs metallic ingredients from the roots so that it will not be burned to the fire, as soon as the roots are left there is reason to be reasonably detailed, and there is a sense of hopelessness even under construction.
"Simple star" of simultaneous recording is a contrasting style which consciousness of the stars' wonder is consciously more than the adventure showroom. Although it is the same space travel, these two can be enjoyed as variations.
Because of the circumstances that allocated the gaze to each character in a balanced manner, the success of Minoru and Haruko, who are the hero, is not so remarkable. A calm adult Kida member, a robust Pubo robust and bizarre, and an alien scientist Degi who came to find space for himself in childhood as a child, so two people pulling out like a child are hazy Sometimes it happens. Since the degree of activity is impartial, it may be a good behavior to teach that it is important to rely around children for their circumstances.
"Maboroshi no Star" eliminated adventure elements, so even if it seems to be a pinch it can be dealt with easily. In reading this work, it is good to follow the observational heroes and read thoughtfully.
While written in easy-to-read sentences for children, setting and deployment has new taste. Because the author wrote ordinary works with a transparent style, I think that readers from short shorts can also read without discomfort. If you read it by chapter you can enjoy it as long as the author's short short series.
Because it is solid and polite, the evaluation is "good".