My Big Sister Lives in a Fantasy World: Humanity's Extinction Happens During Summer Vacation?!

Yuichi, and the survival club are finally heading off for their summer training camp, to a luxurious villa in a remote seaside resort Will anime style swimsuit episode shenanigans ensue If his big sister has anything to say about it, yes But while the gang enjoys some much needed fun in the sun, a darker plot lurks just offshore The world s strongest little brother isYuichi, and the survival club are finally heading off for their summer training camp, to a luxurious villa in a remote seaside resort Will anime style swimsuit episode shenanigans ensue If his big sister has anything to say about it, yes But while the gang enjoys some much needed fun in the sun, a darker plot lurks just offshore The world s strongest little brother is about to face his greatest challenge yet
My Big Sister Lives in a Fantasy World Humanity s Extinction Happens During Summer Vacation Yuichi and the survival club are finally heading off for their summer training camp to a luxurious villa in a remote seaside resort Will anime style swimsuit episode shenanigans ensue If his big sis

  • Title: My Big Sister Lives in a Fantasy World: Humanity's Extinction Happens During Summer Vacation?!
  • Author: Tsuyoshi Fujitaka An2A Elizabeth Ellis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “My Big Sister Lives in a Fantasy World: Humanity's Extinction Happens During Summer Vacation?!”

    1. Despite the fun cover design, this volume of My Big Sister Lives in a Fantasy World introduces some serious business. In fact, Natsuki in a swimsuit gets like one line and hers is the least memorable of the bunch for Yuichi, and then she proceeds to not do much until well past the short swimsuit scene, so if you thought the cover was evident of a fun frivilous chapter, you were wrong.The plot is starting to get a bit more complex. Think Kingdom Hearts level complex with characters that are almos [...]

    2. Another great edition to the series. As in the previous book this one continues to build the world and our understanding as well as introduce a few more characters.Pretty similar to the previous ones without much changed in the formula. Definitely worth a read.

    3. This is the volume that made me like Mutsuko. I feel like the author finally got the characters where he wanted them, and this metafictional, over-the-top parody aspects are now free to come through.

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