Other media: Comics:Aibo - Tatta Futari no Tokumei gakari - / Drama:Aibou Pre season 1
Literature total pnts rank Rank 2,335in 4,625 titlesTotal 2 / Deviation 48.74
Literature rank of 2007 Rank 49in 113 titles
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The Asahi Shimbun Company
Japan Released:2007/10/10(Wed)
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2010/06/25 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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It is a novelization of the trilogy of Saturday wide theater era.
Everything started from here ... I feel deeply impressed.
It is good to read nostalgically while looking back at the time, and those who have not seen the original are good to read for the story confirmation. Because it is cheap in paperback books, it is easy to touch the "buddy" world.
It is also interesting to compare it with DVD etc (depending on the area, there may be parts that are re - broadcasting) etc after reading it again.

2008/11/30 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Since I caught up in "Aibo" from the middle of TV drama Season 2, I wanted to know the contents of the previous season before that.

It is natural that it is written as it is written from the screenplay, but it seems like the dialogue is exactly like "Aibo" and it sounds as if it is heard by the intrinsic inflection of Mr. Ukyo. Descriptions in the sentences of the earth are likable with an easy-to-read stylist compactly delimited. Regarding the story, since it is a novelization of the original, there is not much to worry about, but it was convincing as the origin of "homie".

Even if someone who is not a "fellow" fan read this novel, is not there a sense of satisfaction beyond the average level? The overall evaluation is assumed to be good.