With the end of the year approaching, things are getting busy around Corona House. Even though it’s winter vacation, there’s a new play to get ready for, Koutarou has picked up a new part-time job that no one seems to know anything about, and Ruth has decided to take up martial arts training. Come January, preparations for “The Silver Princess and the Blue Knight, Part 2” kick into high gear, but when an old rival reappears dead set on revenge, Koutarou may be in for the trip of a lifetime.
Amazing! Purely Amazing!
Thanks to apple Books I was able to continue from where the anime left off at by reading the light novel and even have it translated, now that aside I just want to say that the book is amazing. This volume was more about Theia than Harumi in my opinion since Theia was finally able to express her feelings for Koutarou, while we basically already know the feelings Harumi has for Koutarou. Koutarou also learns more about Theia true feelings which already basically tells us that there was more characters development for Theia and Koutarou rather than Harumi, beside the fact that we learn that she knows an ancient language and have a mysterious power.