[Novel]Akagiyama takkyujo ni utagoe wa hibiku

Literature total pnts rank Rank 2,926in 4,738 titlesTotal 1 / Deviation 47.38
Literature rank of 2002 Rank 92in 142 titles
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Nomura Mizuki
Famitsuu Library
Japan Released:2002/01
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2009/01/20 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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"It is a debut of Mr. Miyuki Nomura known as the author of the" Literary Girl "series.

A suddenly missing member.In order to find Kaiseko, a non-official chorus circle of friendship female college student "Royal = Harmony = Special = Voice = Orchestra (R = H = S = V = O for short)" visits Gunma But,
So I was involved in a ridiculous incident related to "God of Table Tennis" ... with content saying,
Although it is a work that the comedy color is strong as a whole, such as a unique member of R = H = S = V = O, usual activities, and rare way to Gumma,
It was good that it was not simply a funny work, such as being made touched by the climax scene.
Also, the 9 members R = H = S = V = O members were properly distinguished and the main character.The thoughts on Asaka's Kaiseko were carefully portrayed.
Personally liked the illustration of Mr. Iriemi Rei, especially the climax spread illustration was a masterpiece.

Also, as I mentioned at the beginning, Mr. Nomura is known as the author of "Literary Girl"
Elements that lead to that "literary girl" are seen in various ways in this work.
The place where knowledge related to literary works comes out there is exactly like "literary girl"
The place where the thoughts etc of the character appear from the lyrics of nursery rhymes reminiscent of "imagination" scene of "literary girl" Amiko Amano, it was very interesting.

Based on the above, the evaluation of this work will be as originally mentioned.