The Hero and His Elf Bride Open a Pizza Parlor in Another World Novel Volume 1
About The Hero and His Elf Bride Open a Pizza Parlor in Another World Novel Volume 1
The Hero and His Elf Bride Open a Pizza Parlor in Another World Novel Volume 1 features story by Kaya Kizaki with illustrations by Shiso.
After a pizza delivery bike slammed right into me, I was sent flying into another world where a goddess had three options as to how I might be reborn. Apparently, though, some other guys got there before me and snapped up the sword-wielding and magic-hurling options, leaving me to...save the world with pizza?!? I never asked to be a high calorie hero!!
Ratings & Reviews
If you like pizza . . .
by Djinnia -
okay, so this is a book i kinda liked and kinda didn't. it was fun reading about the pizza and the main character learning to work in this world.
I hated Lillia. I wanted to smack her silly every time she breathed. her gluttony was sorta cute at the beginning then annoyed the crap out of me about half way through the book.
other than that, it was fun read with an interesting Isekai concept.
The Ordinary Guy and the Unmarriageable Elf Girl Foisted Upon Him by Her Dysfunctional Parents
by Mana -
Kaito was a likable, ordinary guy. Near ALL of the other characters were afflicted with some serious mental/social defects and eating disorders.
The jealousy and gluttony in the "bride" wasn't cute. She ate his ingredients, gorged on stall food without paying, beat Kaito because he helped a sickly girl who collapsed, tried to stop him from seeking help when a dragon attacked because the queen was beautiful and she didn't want him looking at her. Irritating girl and I can't believe he resigned himself to marrying her even though he himself thought she was stupid.
The queen was a spoiled tsundere; violent, and cringe-level immature, but the ease with which Kaito handled/manipulated her made me smile.
Their honey-addict friend was creepy. When they checked on him after the dragon scare, all he could do was single-mindedly demand the pie they brought
It was one of those books that I couldn't stop reading until the end even though I was annoyed by something on every page.