Sasaki and Peeps


Tired and unfulfilled by his dead-end job, Sasaki decides to adopt Peeps, an adorable pet Java sparrow. Peeps, however, is really Piercarlo, a powerful sage from another world! After Peeps bestows Sasaki with magic and the ability to cross worlds, the two decide to export household items for profit in pursuit of a leisurely lifestyle. But when Sasaki’s new magic gets him mixed up in a whole other kind of supernatural struggle back in Japan, will it destroy his chances at realizing the relaxing life of his dreams?

Genre –
Fantasy, Science

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Official Yen Press

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Comments 5

  • This is a good read, I’ll give it a 7.5/10.

    I first thought the peeps thing referred to people as in Sasaki and the people surrounding him. That sort of fits too though it’s really the name of the bird.

    Anyway unlike most LN’s this one is quite maturely written (although there is a tendency towards young girl (so far side) characters). Also the author doesn’t seem to be in it for the paycheck, not yet anyway. The first volume is packed with actual storytelling without dragging things out just to inflate the page count. You can just relax and read the story without getting frustrated due to bad writing practices.

    So yeah I recommend you give this one a go.

    • You praised this one quite a bit but still it’s only a 7.5 hu? I really want to know what sort of series you consider 9+ ?

      Mind recommending Mc some of your favorites.

      • My grading system works as follows: 1-3 bad, 4-6 mediocre, 7-9 good, 10 masterpiece.

        It’s “only” a 7.5 because it’s still a light novel. Well lets face it light novels are generally rather “light”. So it’s actually a pretty high score for a light novel. I mean the grading system also includes works from the likes of Brandon Sanderson and others that have produced some really good stuff (Sanderson’s Reckoners series for instance I can give a 9 for it’s gripping story told from a brilliantly executed first person perspective).

        Not sure what to make of that Mc bit in that last line there. Do you want me to list some of the more enjoyable LN series I’ve read?

  • synopsis looks interesting, I hope it’s good.

    • I think it’s got promise. It was only published last year of January and it already got an anime adaptation announcement. I’ll definitely read this one as well

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