it seems like J Novel Club officially announced today that they are suspending further releases of Nidoume no Jinsei wo Isekai de. Well, I guess that’s a reasonable step for a company that depends on its reputation in the online community. I feel a bit sorry for them as they managed to acquire the license for a novel that might have become a big hit just to end up in front of a pile of shards.
Personally I never cared about the authors of the books I read or translate which is probably also why I never read an autobiography in my entire life. If a story is good, I read it. And I think Nidoume no Jinsei wo Isekai de is a good story. As far as I have seen it doesn’t propagate any problematic racial or ethical statements and as such I will translate it for those who want to enjoy a good story just like me. Of course, if I see that no one wants to read it, I will simply drop it again. So it’s up to you whether this story gets translated or not. ^^
For those who have a problem reading a story because of what its author did in the past, simply don’t read it and don’t bother coming here to discuss it cause your comments will be deleted and/or you will get banned. There are plenty other forums and such where you can vent your frustration for all I care.
I have re-enabled the chapters starting with volume 4 of the novel. If you want to read the chapters before that, you can purchase them over at J Novel Club.
The schedule will be irregular like Hakai no Miko (in other words, you get a chapter when I got time outside the regular releases) for now until Summoned Slaughterer ends.
P.S.: I’m looking for a dedicated editor for this series now that it’s back again. Requirements are: native English as well as will and dedication to invest into a long-term project (still more than 300 chapters left after all). Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on our Discord server, if interested.