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10 thoughts on “Train Man: The Novel

  1. Fiona McCandless Fiona McCandless says:

    I perhaps ironically started reading this book on a train, but soon had to put it down for I think my stifled laughter was worrying some of the other commuters.This book, or collection of anonymous forum posts, follows the budding relationship between Train man and Hermes Train Man a once hardcore Otaku japanese style geek , who spent most of his days watching questionable Anime, and playing computer games transforms from his geek dom, and wins the heart of the girl Hermes who he saved from a drunk on a train.I loved the internet forum style of this novel It was incredibly quick and easy to read also forum humor never fails to have me doubled up laughing The range of advice Train Man got from his fellow Netziens proves that the Otaku has no idea when it comes to relationships.The humor, romance, intern...


  2. Intan Hurulaini Intan Hurulaini says:

    I watch the drama long before i bought this book The book format is simple and easy to read, as almost all are chatting log Tho i know the direction of this story, it still make me excited when i read the development And to think it is base on real chatting make it feel surreal The people on the thread are really heart warming people, and their support for Train Man is incredible This book also proof of ...


  3. Phoebe Andamo Phoebe Andamo says:

    The novel basically consists of forum posts with ASCII characters by geeks It was from 2 2channel, the anonymous bulletin board The thread was for singles who were posting about their common woes and mundane lives.One day, a geek shared his story on how he worked up the courage to stood against a drunk man in train, and saved women from harassment Thereafter, a lady sent him Hermes tea cups as a thank you gift He asked for advices from his fellow geeks on what to do next, and he was called Train Man The geeks brainstormed and rooted for Train Man and Hermes.Nakano Hitori is a collective pseudonym for the geeks Naka no Hitori is a Japanese word pun that means one among many or one of us.491 Name One of us 09 05 04 17 37Dudes The past two months worth of expended energy and might, in yer face www.geocities.co.jp Milkyway AquariusA certain Nakano Hitori c...


  4. Aiya Aiya says:

    So cute and so sweet, it s the kind of book that leaves you smiling and just feeling good about the world It s a fast, light and easy read, and the perfect cure for whenever you re feeling down.


  5. Dennis Dennis says:

    Kann ein Buch gut sein, dass im Grunde nur aus einem Mitschnitt aus einem Internetforum besteht Nun, in theoretisch literarischer Hinsicht vielleicht nicht Nichtsdestotrotz ist die angeblich tats chlich wahre Geschichte vom Densha Otoko Train Man, warum man den Originaltitel nicht beibehalten hat, wei der Geier , der sich mit R ckendeckung des kompletten Forums auf die Jagd nach dem Herzen seiner Hermes San macht, sehr unterhaltsam und enth lt ganz nebenbei zwei Botschaften, die durchaus mal ausgesprochen werden d rfen 1 Das Internet muss nicht nur eine Flucht vor der Welt drau en sein, sondern kann in entsprechenden Konstellationen durchaus auch eine Lebenshilfe sein 2 Selbst der gr te Nerd, obwohl, das will ich gar n...


  6. Trang Trang says:

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  7. Leigh Puzon Leigh Puzon says:

    Fast, funny and cute Geek ness overload And full of positive vibes and hope and love Ah the beauty of first love _ o


  8. Ghyna Amanda Putri Ghyna Amanda Putri says:

    Waktu pertama kali nonton dorama Densha Otoko, saya udah tau sih kalau ceritanya diambil dari novel berjudul sama , cuma saya nggak tau kalau ternyata kisah dalam utas 2ch itu bener bener nyata dan nama Hitori Nakano diambil dari penyatuan kanji orang orang anonim di 2ch Sebagai sebuah cerita ini emang keren, nggak aneh sih kalau Hermes sampai bilang kayak cerita novel ya Tapi di review ini marilah kita bahas seputar novel terjemahan Indonesianya dorBuat nerjemahin buku kayak gini saya udah kebayang kok SUSAHnya kayak apa Pertama, ragam bahasa yang dipake sama orang orang di utas itu pasti macem macem mulai dari bahasa paling gaul, paling sonkei baku , sampai bahasa paling ajaib Belum lagi emoticon yang ngebentuk kata sesuatu aslinya pasti huruf kana kanji makanya sampai ada note perubahan ini dan itu Jadi saya ingin bilang salut sama penerjemah dan editornya aplause Tapi tapi ternyata jadi sulit dipahami ya, beberapa penulisan kata kayak kelyan atau berjowang atau enyak macem itu kalau di bahasa Indonesia kan kesannya anak alay pun ng...


  9. O O says:

    Let me say this outright Train Man is definitely not a book for everyone.It s one of the geekiest books I ve ever read, as it deals with a guy who meets a girl and tells people about it on an online forum The aforementioned guy isn t the normal drop dead gorgeous male lead you usually find in books, but rather, he s a normal otaku or geek, in English who is shy and awkward and seems to spend an abnormally large amount of time telling his woes to the internet This person is meTrain Man is told in the form of an online forum where people comment, usually a line or two, one after the other You have no clue who these people are There aren t really any names since, well, this forum deals with anonymous people talking to each other The story revolves around this guy who is fondly called Train Man by the commenters, because he defends a girl from a drunken idiot on a train and receives a pricey gift as a thank you Because he s awkward and clueless, he proceeds to run to the internet for help on how to deal with this.Every time our hero posts an update, people comment and give advice or sympathy With each update comes a barrage of comments Some are trolls, some warn him to be cautious, but a lot of people offer advice and encouragement and sympathize with our hero.I can see why most people dislike this book If you re not familiar with forums, it can be very confusing to read If you re not a person who spends a lot of time on the internet aside from Facebook , you might find ...


  10. Hoang Hoang says:

    There are only a few love stories that seem to pop out at me Most are too fantastic they seem to take place in a fantasy world, a world that I cannot seem to relate to at all Fantasies and fairy tales are just a given They are so unbelievable one just has to follow the story along with no significant impact on the human emotion Train Man, by Nakano Hitori, is a story of an average Japanese otaku finding the love of his life The story, however, chronicles a series of long online threads between the main character, Train_Man, and other online users Train_Man would give daily updates to the thread users on his current love life situation to get advice from others, introducing to the reader an interesting new medium to tell a story What appealed to me was just the story behind it An otaku is a Japanese geek, usually one that prefers the anime and manga culture of Japan They tend to spend time on computers rather than go outside, which explains why the novel is composed of threads from a website What truly amazes me is the fact that this book is based on true events of a common day otaku His life was televised by the J...