The Devil Is a Part-Timer!, Vol. 3 (light novel) (Anglais) Broché – 29 décembre 2015
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Satoshi Wagahara is the author behind the hilarious fantasy light novel series, The Devil is a Part-timer!
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Things are settling down to a routine of sorts with the Hero Emilia and the Devil King Maou interacting with their friends and so forth when a surprise arrives express (though only Maou suspects this at first) from Emi's mom, the archangel Laylah. It is a fruit that hatches to release a little girl named Alas=Ramus. The girl calls Maou her daddy and Emi her mommy, much to their chagrin.
This wacky scenario is about to get gut-wrenching as sinister forces are in play who want the little girl, and the enormous power that she holds, for their own purposes. Can Emi and Maou protect this new child of theirs, even while not liking being bound to each other?
A few things I liked about this volume were that it continues the story past the anime and that it has Emi be badass instead of either helpless or second-fiddle to Maou. Like the second book, it shows her resolve and morality. Despite her sometimes bitchy behavior to Maou (which is kinda justified, really, when you think of it) she is a good person and a true hero. Maou himself continues his character development of the first book in admitting he made bad mistakes before which was nice. I can't wait until he turns more truly good.
Chiho is further fleshed out and is shown to be conflicted and a good person at heart even while she wrestles with thoughts that are hard for anyone, especially a teenager, to grapple with. The rest of the cast is given further characterization, Ashiya and Lucifer are kind beneath their exteriors, and Suzuno is the steadfast ally and basically walking encyclopedia to info-dump on us. And also to provide comedic moments with her fish out of water behavior, speech, so forth.
This volume finally began to introduce the myth arch of the series as a whole, as I understand from spoilers. I am happy for that, as it gets us from one-off "monster of the week" style adventures, and to a longer and more detaileld story that will lead to a definitive end in a few years (in Japan, a few *more* in America and other English-speaking countries.).
Other than the pace feeling a bit off with half the book leisurely and the other half a big rush of confrontations, I think the author did a great job with this installment.
I like the novel when its more focused on Maou and his pursuits at his part time job. Raising a child seems like an odd direction to take as that doesnt really seem like it fits in with his goal. I don't know really where the writer is going with this for either Emi's sake or even Maou's sake, and in a larger thing, Chi and her relationship with Maou.
In any case the character enables world building to take place and the book remains a page turner so all wasn't lost.