Lily Clairet and the Romantic Non-Genre, Vol. 1

Lily Clairet and the Romantic Non Genre Vol Having reached the end of her first year of high school Lily comes across a disgruntled elementary school girl arguing with the local cherry tree Unfortunately it doesn t take long after investigati

  • Title: Lily Clairet and the Romantic Non-Genre, Vol. 1
  • Author: Kaye Ng Christine Chong
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Having reached the end of her first year of high school, Lily comes across a disgruntled elementary school girl arguing with the local cherry tree Unfortunately, it doesn t take long after investigating this odd mystery that Lily s untroubled life begins unravelling around her Discovering an abandoned room at the end of the music department corridor, she learns that asidHaving reached the end of her first year of high school, Lily comes across a disgruntled elementary school girl arguing with the local cherry tree Unfortunately, it doesn t take long after investigating this odd mystery that Lily s untroubled life begins unravelling around her Discovering an abandoned room at the end of the music department corridor, she learns that aside from it being completely run down, it s also devoid of its sole occupant Sonata Sonoda, the missing journalism club president.

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    1. I receive a daily list of free books from which I rarely select anything. This year, I have made some strange, even to me, selections, primarily cozy mysteries on themes from superstition, mostly ghosts and witches. I avoid romances. Did I select this book because I am, at heart but not functionally, a writer? Or did I select it because the cover illustration hinted at Anime?I confess that I enjoy watching Anime programs and movies. I got hooked when I was given a DVD of "Spirited Away" by Hayao [...]

    2. A nice relaxing read butFrom a technical side this is a well crafted book with few errors, but what makes a book is its story. If a slice of life comedy were not much happens and much is left hanging or unexplained is what you are looking for than this should be a good read. If you want a story where there is something going on, than this is probably not or what you are looking for.

    3. The student approached the master, "Master, what is Zen?" "Go ask the pine tree."The clue is in the title.If "Daria" we're Japanese manga.You must, like Lily, remain in the moment.

    4. It was a bit too slice of life for my taste. What little plot there was meandered then wandered back again and again. The number of metaphors were staggering. It was in excess but even so I must give props that the plethora were all original.

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