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Her application for citizenship had been approved but the oath-taking was still weeks away.
They had barely finished eating before Ifemelu turned her computer back on. Just to make sure Barack Obama was alive and well. Blaine made virgin cocktails for their friends.
Araminta arrived first, straight from the train station, holding two phones, checking for updates on both. The news from Iowa is conflicting. He had won the states of Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Paula was sitting next to Ifemelu a short while later when the flash of graphics appeared on the screen: Barack Obama had won the state of Virginia. Her hand trembling at her mouth. Her phone beeped with a text from Dike. My president is black like me. She read the text a few times, her eyes filling with tears. On television, Barack Obama and Michelle Obama and their two young daughters were walking onto a stage.
They were carried by the wind, bathed in incandescent light, victorious and smiling. We have been and always will be the United States of America. Ifemelu watched, mesmerized.
And there was, at that moment, nothing that was more beautiful to her than America. By all means, put this friend to work.
So there is, in much of America, a stealthy little notion lying in the hearts of many: that white people earned their place at jobs and school while black people got in because they were black. But in fact, since the beginning of America, white people have been getting jobs because they are white. Many whites with the same qualifications but Negro skin would not have the jobs they have.
Let your white friend say it.
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When my father was in school in my NAB country, many American Blacks could not vote or go to good schools. The reason? Their skin color. Skin color alone was the problem. Today, many Americans say that skin color cannot be part of the solution.
And, by the way, you and the guy who imprisoned you are now automatically equal. So if that legacy lives, why not the legacy of slavery? And have your white friend say how funny it is, that American pollsters ask white and black people if racism is over.
White people in general say it is over and black people in general say it is not. Funny indeed. More suggestions for what you should have your white friend say? Please post away. Ifemelu said nothing. She and Aisha were alone in the salon; Halima had just left. Ifemelu was tired and her back throbbed and the salon had begun to nauseate her, with its stuffy air and rotting ceiling.
She was eager to leave. A sacrilege, that question; immigrants did not ask other immigrants how they got their papers, did not burrow into those layered, private places; it was sufficient simply to admire that the papers had been got, a legal status acquired. People like her could not, of course, get theirs from an employer. She slowly, almost lovingly, combed the section of hair she was about to twist. Aisha shrugged.
It just come and after it go. Because of papers. But maybe, if Chijioke marry me, when my mother die, I can go. She is sick now. But I send her money. So you talk to him. It will be okay. Her eyes melted, her mouth caved and a terrifying thing happened to her face: it collapsed into despair.
She was about to go back home to Nigeria, and she would see her parents, and she could come back to America if she wished, and here was Aisha, hoping but not really believing that she would ever see her mother again.
She would talk to this Chijioke. It was the least she could do. She brushed the hair from her clothes and gave Aisha a thin roll of dollars.
Aisha spread it out on her palm, counting briskly, and Ifemelu wondered how much would go to Mariama and how much to Aisha. She waited for Aisha to put the money into her pocket before she gave her the tip. Aisha took the single twenty-dollar bill, her eyes now dried of tears, her face back to its expressionlessness. She brushed at her clothes for any stray bits of hair and looked around to make sure she had taken everything. Ifemelu gripped her shoulder gently before turning to the door.
Her head was aching and the hair at her temples, even though Aisha had not twisted too tightly, still caused a tugging discomfort, a disturbance of her neck and nerves. She longed to get home and have a long, cold shower, put her hair up in a satin bonnet, and lie down on her couch with her laptop. The train had just stopped at Princeton station when her phone rang. She stopped on the platform to fumble in her bag for it and, at first, because Aunty Uju was incoherent, talking and sobbing at the same time, Ifemelu thought she said that Dike was dead.
But what Aunty Uju was saying was o nwuchagokwa, Dike anwuchagokwa. Dike had nearly died. After obtaining the knowledge of the Magi Craft Meister, Jin attempts to use a warp gate but it malfunctions, transporting him to yet another unknown world. Source: Natsu Translations Why Read: This novel is a great choice for anyone who is into inventions, steampunk, and engineering.
The protagonist's overpoweredness revolves around his ability to build anything using his special knowledge. He also owns an island where he developed the inhabited lands into farms.
The plot consists of related, interconnected short stories each volume involves an entirely new setting and plot.
The story is fast paced and mostly involves the protagonist aiding different characters in each volume. There's no clear romantic element in this novel. I guess if you want a story with mecha and inventions, this is the one you should read.
The god who summoned them divides its power and gives it to them, saying that it wants Daichi and the rest to defeat the Demon King as heroes. However, Daichi is the only one given no abilities. Eaten by a demon, Daichi loses consciousness and believes he is dead.
When he awakens he notices his stats are much higher. Every time he dies, his ability powers up. The story gets good when the protagonist, who was once very weak, gets killed with a classmate and is left to die.
Instead, he is resurrected and gains magic powers stronger than the strongest magician. The action scenes are great.
Additionally, though the protagonist's personality is reasonable, some sudden changes in the character are misleading and confusing, and sometimes he acts in ways that are not appropriate to the situations. I can summarize the romance in 3 words: "harem over time. It is a product of neither legends nor fairy tales, but instead it is a technology of reality since ancient times. Supernatural power is systematized through magic, while magic becomes a technical skill like engineering.
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This is a story about a defective elder brother who is a low achiever and a perfect, flawless younger sister who is a high achiever. After both siblings entered a Magic High School, the stage of daily turbulence was unveiled!
The protagonist is powerful with several identities as an inventor, soldier, etc and calculating, but somewhat hides his power for one particular reason. The plot deals with shifting perspectives and involves the protagonist's struggles in his high school and with society as he tries to fix them without revealing his "true" identity.
He and his sister both have their share of romance. The actions scenes are probably one of the most exciting part on this novel aside from the protagonist's "surprises". Though some parts get a little confusing due to the heavy and complex discussion on magic and its application, readers can still easily enjoy the flow of the story.
Recently, an anime adaptation has been made based on this light novel. He gains a high level and many treasures after using a 3-time-use disposable magic spell, Meteor Shower, once.
Although there are occasionally fights with demons and demon lords, this is a heartwarming fantasy story. Source: Sousetsuka Why Read: The story primarily involves the use of game elements in a fantasy setting. The protagonist is very powerful. He manages to fight off a superior dragon and kill a god when he's at level 1.
To top it off, he hides his ability and identity to a certain extent. The romance is harem-style, though the protagonist himself only pursues one lady. Plot is somewhat repetitive, which makes it quite boring at times as the the character gains a new power or ability, fighting new monsters and enemies, and finally gets rewarded with prizes or a title.
This novel is great for reading on fantasy and adventure lovers. The cycle of reincarnation is repeated multiple times and the magician is in his 31st reincarnation. He becomes a boy named Syril who lives in a village of elves.
The village is ruled by humans, and the elves are treated as livestock. After turning 14 years old, Syril, who regained his past knowledge and experience, stands up to help a girl who is his childhood friend. The story of the creation of an ideal country begins in that village, a place where all races can coexist.
Elves, fox-girl, and various other heroines. The protagonist is definitely overpowered since he has been reincarnated several times and gained various abilities in the process. These abilities make him the ultimate overpowered character in the novel.
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The plot is well built, and the story is very fast-paced. Action scenes are frequent since resistance against the protagonist is to be expected. The romance aspect is tan-tan-dan-dan: harem with super mature scenes so make sure to watch out from those. Anyways, it's a good novel ehem Due to this unfortunate error, the MC starts a second life in a parallel world.
The god revives his body and he is allowed to take and use his smartphone.
He comes across various other characters while also joining up with important comrades. Half comes from ads that will be shown to you shortly. We also accept donations. If you donate, the website will disable ads for everyone for the duration you helped finance the server costs. Cookies are a small file with many purposes such as: This regulation helps a user better control and understand where their personal data is being used.
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Obi ocha. Create PDF. The Lazy king is… none other than me. If the MC received affection so easily, he'll become uncomfortable and feel that such a thing is strange.
Artifact Crafting: A protagonist who has no mercy and kills or does similar drastic things without hesitation eg. This novel is a big middle finger to the stereotype fantasy and overpowered MC novels out there.