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Case of the Spring-Exclusive Strawberry Tart Chapter 3: How to Make Delicious Cocoa (Full Text)


Chapter 2 | Contents | Chapter 4 Table of Contents Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4 1 It was a Sunday when I spotted Osanai-san in town. Osanai-san and I did have a reciprocal relationship, but it did not extend to codependence, and we were definitely not inseparable lovebirds. We would hang out after class to eat a dessert, or browse through some books, but we had never made plans to go out on a weekend...

Case of the Spring-Exclusive Strawberry Tart Chapter 2: For Your Eyes Only (Full Text)


Chapter 1 | Contents | Chapter 3 Table of Contents Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4 1 There is a kind of instance in which people feel that they’re having the best time of their lives. It is not one of the numerous peaks you can see if you look far enough down the scale of time, but it is a moment that is truly one of a kind. We yearn for such an instance, and strongly wish to at least be able to catch...

Case of the Spring-Exclusive Strawberry Tart Chapter 1: Sheep’s Clothing (Full Text)


Prologue | Contents | Chapter 2 Table of Contents Part 1Part 2Part 3 1 If someone asked if I have confidence in myself, I would have answered in the negative. Unless the one asking that question was a god and could guarantee that no one would think badly of me even if I told the truth. If so, I would have likely said that “I didn’t even consider the chance of failing.” Funado High School was...

The Returning Favor of Haruhi Suzumiya


PDF/EPUB As usual, the one who brought it up was Haruhi, and she did so one day after school hours. “Can’t we do anything about this?” She asked as she stared at the monitor on top of the Chief’s Desk. Projected on it was the top page of the SOS Brigade’s website. “The access counter’s not going up, huh.” It seems like she hasn’t given up. “It’s been quite a while since we made this site, so I...

The Tempo Loss Bishop Exchange of Haruhi Suzumiya (Full Text)


Contents PDF/EPUB There is no single viewpoint of the world. I, Itsuki Koizumi, certainly know that having a subjective viewpoint is a vague, unreliable notion. Let’s say, for instance, that I want to look up at the night sky. We can only hope that the celestial bodies that seem to be floating amiably next to each other, on the false spherical surface of the sky, remain coldly separated by...

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