ArchiveFebruary 2021

30 Questions for Honobu Yonezawa (From readers)


When Even Though I’m Told I Now Have Wings was published, questions for Yonezawa-san were collected on a special website – and there were more than 400 of them. Here are 30 of the passionate exchanges between Yonezawa-san and the readers, that have not been presented before. Question 1: What is your favorite mystery from the Classics Club series? By the way, I personally find the mystery of the...

Case of the Spring-Exclusive Strawberry Tart: Commentary by Gokuraku Tonbo


Epilogue | Contents So, were Kobato-kun and Osanai-san able to remain as petit bourgeois? …Well, let’s leave such details for another time. Read. Just read. Greetings, and nice to meet you for most of you readers. I, Gokuraku Tonbo, the administrator of “Maijar Promotion Committee!”, a website mainly for promoting light novels, has taken on the role of writing this commentary after being...

Case of the Spring-Exclusive Strawberry Tart: Epilogue


Chapter 5 Part 5 | Contents | Afterword Ten days had passed since Osanai-san obtained the photographic evidence. I, and probably Osanai-san as well, was already starting to forget this case. However, on that day, I froze while reading the morning paper. It was treated as a small matter, but there was an article in the local news section. Kiyoshi Police Department – Five High School Students...

Case of the Spring-Exclusive Strawberry Tart Chapter 5: The Heart of a Wolf (Full Text)


Chapter 4 | Contents | Epilogue Table of Contents Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5 1 It was the next day. With my modest bento laid out on my desk, some noise suddenly drifted from the school speakers. The broadcasting switch was turned on. Since I was well-behaved and didn’t belong to a club, I couldn’t imagine that I was in any way related to the announcement that would follow, so I paid it no...

Case of the Spring-Exclusive Strawberry Tart Chapter 5: The Heart of a Wolf (Part 5)


Full Text Chapter 5 Part 4 | Contents | Epilogue I ground my teeth. Worrying won’t make a difference, but it’s hard not to. It’s not so bad if it’s the first time, but haven’t I had an awful experience like this in the past? I thought back to the words I’d exchanged with Kengo just now, about my three big failures in middle school. The first of which – Because I was putting on airs, I was too...

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