I Really Don’t Notice


By Nozomi Kota
Illustrated by Takatsuki Ichi




Volume 1
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Volume 3
Volume 4
Volume 5
Volume 6


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20 Responses to I Really Don’t Notice

  1. Thanks for the translation !


  2. Thanks, I’ll be waiting for more updates.


  3. gesternia says:

    Suzumiya haruhi!?


    • As a devote fan of Haruhi, I am not sure if that comparison interests me or offends me- well, I probably wouldn’t be interested in picking up a rip-off either way, especially when I have yet to finish the actual Haruhi novels.


      • Muhtar Lutfi says:

        I don’t think that’s a good coparison imo. Different setting, different plot, different character types.

        The similarities limited to the fact that both have a time traveller as well as psycic power users that work under a secret organization. Even then, they operate differently & for different purpose.


  4. ShinItsuwari says:

    From the cover it reminds me a lot of :
    Of which the manga is sadly updated once every four month, and the LN translation dropped very early in the story.


  5. nickaido says:

    Thanks for the translation yoraikun-sensei,can you please considering translating this novel as well:Seven Cast no Hikikomori Majustu Ou(5 volumes actually)it’s good novel and I hope you’ll pick it up.


  6. The Genie Inside The Pudding Cup says:

    You know, it seriously pisses me off when I have a great idea to write a book, and then I find out that it’s already been written. It feels like a conspiracy against me. At this rate I’ll never write a book. Although seeing how bad I am at writing, this may be a higher being trying to prevent the end…

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    • Great ideas dont make a good book, contrary to popular belief. People believe it so because it would be easy: think up a few great ideas and you have a great novels on your hand. Marketing and advertisers like it so because it would be easy to attract interest to the novels.
      Readers dont believe so. Or at least, they wont behave like they believe it.
      A great novel require interesting characters AND interest interactions between them. or at least, that is the standard of the current era’s novels. Good writings are not that essential (see the Fifty Shades of series) but still of great help. Good ideas are, well, dime a dozen nowaday.
      All these words to say you still have a chance to write the novel you plan to PROVIDED that you can hit your niche exactly right, in both characters and characters’ interactions.
      Current era’s top SF/space opera series, Vorkosigan saga, are not that interesting in plots and settings, but its stable of characters are excellently memorable, with the hero being an hyperactive curious dwarf-like of a character. Its interactions between the various characters are also of excellent quality.
      OKay, let’s say in term of words. Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time should hit the top spot for being most wordiest series, ever. His stable of characters are also very interesting, with the main MC being a half insane split personalities for at least 3/4 of the series.
      And back to our Seven novel. Its settings and plots are NOT that unique either. But I read it for the funny characters and their hilarious interactions.

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    • Muhtar Lutfi says:

      Huh? So what? Just make it different from that book in an interesting way.

      Dragoon is a good example of this. The story of a dragon riding knight is nothing new, but the author makes it interesting with all the “dragon petting” shenanigans that he invented.

      Mishima’s other work, Sevens, also has the hilarious post-growth state which set this story apart from other RPG-like fantasy novel.


      • Kurvivor says:

        Are there many dragon rider knight stories? News to me
        Dragons of Pern, and that’s about it


        • Muhtar Lutfi says:

          Seikoku no Ryuukishi, alternatively spelled Seikoku no Dragonar/Dragner. The MC of this LN is a student of an academy founded to groom dragon knights called Dragonar.

          For western literature, there are Inheritance Cycle and How to Train Your Dragon. Btw, the animated movies & TV series of How to Train Your Dragon are almost entirely different from the books, so you better check them if you have not.

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  7. hidadsek says:

    The story starts off not too great in book 1 but becomes really interesting later on. The story is much deeper than i initial thought of as pure comedy novel. Great work like always Yoraikun.


  8. nicholaevich says:

    Where can I find the insert images, yorai kun?


  9. Rin says:

    Cant wait to see how it ends. Thank you for translating this series


  10. Rin says:

    Thank you for these. Really looking forward to volume 6!


  11. Yoraikun says:

    Finally figured out how to do accordian menus

    Liked by 1 person

  12. arden says:

    PDF please


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