Light Novel series Walking My Second Path in Life is coming to J-Novel Club!

J-Novel Club’s third special announcement is now revealed for their service.

For the previous special announcements, see Outbreak Company and How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord.

J-Novel Club continues their slate of new light novel announcements! After using hints and teases to let the fans start guessing, they have revealed the third title for their service. The service, which offers a way to read light novels legally, has an small but strong catalogue of titles including Clockwork Planet, Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash, In Another World With My Smartphone and Occultic;Nine.

The third title announced for the service is….

Walking My Second Path in Life


Watashi wa Futatsume no Jinsei wo Aruku!

Author: Otaku de Neet
Illustrator: Kurodeko
Translator: Shirley Yeung
Editor: Aimee Zink

Fie, first princess of Daeman, finds herself isolated and stranded in the foreign Kingdom of Orstoll all by her lonesome – effectively having been wed off as a dowry gift in accessory to her sister, Princess Fielle’s marriage. Trapped and isolated in a small back garden that once used to be a storehouse, Fie lives her days without purpose, and eventually without food – after the only member of her entourage, the chef, resigns. Just as Fie was about to give in to despair, she finds a pamphlet advertising a squire’s test for the Royal Knights of Orstoll – beginning her journey of friendship, hard work, and guts, along with masquerading as a boy to walk her second path in life. What will Fie find along the way?

J-Novel Club will be bringing the original light novel source translated into English for the first time legally on their service!

You can check out the J-Novel Club catalogue here.


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