While I thoroughly enjoyed the world building and the classic sci-fi aspects explored in depth in the novel, I am very much perturbed as to why Lafiel was given the name she has considering the language that was created in the light novel. For this, I would have to give character development and story a 1 and nothing more. Good art though.
I enjoyed the part where they flew in a spaceship and then the spaceship blew up I think that happened I think. It was a good part when the book described that the ship blew up because it was a descriptive blow up and
not a bad blow up where it just tells you that it blows up but it actually tells you that this and that fell in to pieces when it blew up and that there was a lot of heat when it blew up and that it blew up.
So far, I have got to the part where the ship blew up and because the ship blew up they had to land on a remote planet because the ship blew up because blew up. I also enjoyed that they used descriptive language when they told us that the ship blew up and not a "tell" sort of language when the ship blew up.
My favorite arc was when the ship blew up. I especially enjoyed that they told us through descriptive words instead of just telling us that the ship blew up when the ship blew up.
Good book. I cannot recommend enough if you like when the ship blows up in light novels.
I still want my question about how Lafiel got her name answered in future side releases.