YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of this World: A Piece of History.

Look, I’ve pretty much said everything I can about this series, so I’m just gonna copy/paste my thoughts from a previous post.

There have been few series that have gripped me, that have pulled me so completely into their world, their characters. Stories that have kept me at the edge of my seat, that have had me thinking about them even months afterwards. YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of this World is one of only THREE series that I give that honor to. Every-time I hear the soundtrack, or think about the characters arcs, I just want to load this visual novel up and start playing it again. To surrender myself to the story of Takuya, Ayumi, Kanna, Yu-No and the rest.

YU-NO is a masterpiece, a piece of history that has shaped so much of what visual novels have become, and it earns every single iota of that praise. I cannot understate how much I loved this work, from the solid anime adaptation to this wonder of a visual novel. I could go on, and on, and on, but I won’t. This is the best piece of anime material I have watched since I started this blog in 2018, and I don’t think it will ever leave that spot. Check out links to all my posts on the series after the cut.

YU-NO poster

The Visual Novel

The Ayumi Route

The Mitsuki/Eriko Route

The Mio Route

The Kaori Route

The Kanna Route

The Other World Route: The Sayless Half

The Other World Route: The Yu-No Half

The Ayumi, Mio and Kanna True Endings

Final Thoughts on YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of this World

Anime and Other Posts

YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World First Cour

YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World Second Cour

YU-NO’s Takuya Arima and Amanda: Within a Minute

Sitting down with Ecchi Hunter: YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of this World

Sitting down with Ecchi Hunter: YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of this World Part 2

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