Monthly Archives: March 2013

Gosick II – 1.2

[2] In a corner of the sprawling campus, which leisurely stretched out across the gently rolling hills of a mountain valley, stood a massive repository of books, famed throughout Europe—St. Marguerite’s Library. This tower of hollow stone, battered by wind … Continue reading

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Gosick II – 1.1

chapter one — Victorique de Blois is a Grey Wolf [1] On a sunny afternoon, a gentle spring breeze fluttered the bright green leaves of the ivies that twined around the wood-framed houses lining the road. It was close to … Continue reading

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Gosick II – Prologue

Be off with you, and don’t come home without the flowers. Samuil Marshak. “The Month-Brothers.” Trans. Thomas P. Whitney. ***** prologue — I am not a criminal Something strange—golden, round, and shimmering—glittered in the darkness. In a tiny, cramped room … Continue reading

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Gosick I – Afterword

Hello, everyone. I’m Kazuki Sakuraba. Allow me to present to you my new series, “Gosick”. I hope you’ll enjoy it. ***** …By the way, right now, which happens to be around mid-November, I’m under the greatest pressure that I’ve experienced … Continue reading

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