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The odd-numbered chapters of the story tells of how Jorge, Elizabeth, and another girl named Penelope de la Rosa grew up together, eventually leading to Jorge joining the Royal Air Force and marrying Elizabeth. However, this time around their wedding is threatened by a zombie invasion. Along the ...



Everything can be covered in shadow. This is the significance of C.S. 13. Two players appear beneath the Ikaruga no Kagami with no real recent memories. Ikaruga uses that as a chance to move forward, “What should I do?” An original novel derived from .hack//G.U. Pushed forth by original characters, ...

.hack//CELL is a novel series written by Ryo Suzukaze, serialized in the magazine .hack//G.U.: The World, and published in paperback format by Kadokawa Shoten as a chapter in the .hack universe. It follows the experiences of a female Edge Punisher, Midori, as she hires herself out to players who want ...

“The World” is a massively multiplayer online game played by more than twelve million people across the globe. Within this virtual world Haseo, a PPK (Player Killer Killer), continues an endless fight. Everything he does is for the sake of the girl Shino, who back in the real world, is hospitalized by ...


Flum Apricot never even wanted to leave her village. She would’ve been content to live out her entire life there in peace. But unfortunately, after being prophesied by the God of Creation Origin to join the Hero’s party and defeat the Demon Lord, she’s known nothing but misery. How ...













The Security System that Seals the Savage Science Smartly by its Supreme Sagacity and Strength 9S is set in an age of science, but in a too distant future. The Mad Scientist, Mineshima Yujiro, disappeared several years previous to where the story begins. The inheritance he left behind, the technology ...




A Deadly Secret, also translated as Requiem of Ling Sing and Secret of the Linked Cities, is a wuxia novel by Jin Yong (Louis Cha). It was first published in the magazine Southeast Asia Weekly (東南亞周刊) and the Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao in 1963. Its original Chinese title was Su Xin Jian before Jin ...