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Read & Download 涼宮ハルヒの動揺 ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ [KINDLE] ❆ 涼宮ハルヒの動揺 By Nagaru Tanigawa – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk In Book 6 in the series readers take a step into a time warp in five short stories Head back to events from the previous books and previously unseen scHave a chance with the world's most stoic robotWhere Did the Cat GoThis story takes readers back to Book The Rampage of Haruhi Suzumiya in which the SOS Brigade finally begins the main event for the Snow Mountain retreat murder mystery The Melancholy of Mikuru AsahinaMikuru asks Kyon to accompany her to buy tea leaves but a secret motive may be involved. After a few very strong storylines in the Haruhi Series eg Disappearance Endless Eight Snowy Mountain Syndrome we're back to the small self contained inconseuential short stories with Wavering This isn't necessarily a terrible thing Unfortunately the novel starts off with the weakest short story yet 'Live A Live' which somehow expands what could have been two paragraphs of Sigh into about twenty five pages For context everything covered in this story is shown in the anime in two one minute scenes and the anime doesn't miss a detail in the process either This is a good example of artificially lengthening your book I have no idea what Kyon was ranting about in his head in order to prolong the Cultural Festival I was too bored to pay attention but it was something along the lines of Hey those are some big red curtains That outfit looks good on her it's just like what she wore when we were filming our movie The crowd sure is getting wild It's kinda sunny My favourite colour is blue Luckily this is the most absurd Tanigawa every gets in the Haruhi series so far so after twenty five pages you'll remember Disappearance and be willing to forgive and forget and move on'The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00 I have mixed feelings about because it is as inconseuential as it gets but it's still fun and far from irrelevant We finally get to see exactly how the movie from Sigh plays out and it's pretty fun All of it feels true to the characters you can imagine Haruhi insisting on that specific direction and Tsuruya behaving inappropriately on camera It was fun to read at times other times I just wanted it to be over'Love at First Sight' was a strange one it was nice to see of Yuki and her emotional ambiguity but the long conversations between Kyon and Nakagawa felt drawn out for no reason When the story wasn't dawdling it was uite gripping at this point the reader very much wants Yuki to come out of her shell some and this situation presents the perfect opportunity the way it all unravels into something different at the end is interesting and the ending line was uite sweet'Where Did the Cat Go' was an attempt by Tanigawa to recreate the excitement of Boredom's Summer Island Syndrome but it doesn't really work The answer to the mystery is so absurd that you didn't really have any chance of figuring it out and it was pretty unsatisfying but seeing of Tsuruya was coolFinally 'The Melancholy of Mikuru Asahina' ends the novel and is the only short story in the whole bunch to have any conseuence whatsoever At first the events of the story seem as slice of life as you can get but they take a turn a turn that isn't really so satisfying in itself but promises exciting further developmentsOverall Wavering is one of the weakest Haruhi Novels but as a huge fan of the series it's still fun to read there are at least some attempts at dramatic narrative I think this book was thrown together because Tanigawa had some ideas that he never had the chance to write out and he wanted to realize them before the series moves on with Dissociation and Surprise but the problem with that is there's a reason why he hadn't made the time to write these stories before because these are the least interesting ones

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In Bookin the series readers take a step into a time warp in five short stories Head back to events from the previous books and previously unseen scenes and perspectives to uncover mysteries that had been left unansweredLive AliveKyon peruses the stalls at the cultural festival and visits Mikuru's noodle stall Everything seems normal for once until a su. The sixth volume in the saga of Haruhi Suzumiya turns out to be yet another short story collection this one focusing on events from November through JanuaryLive A Live is essentially an epilogue to the second book picking up exactly where Sigh left off It's the day of the Cultural Festival and Kyon has just delivered the final cut of The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00 to the film club Not having any breasts he's not part of Haruhi's marketing strategy for the movie and his class only conducted a lame survey for the festival so he's free to enjoy the rest of the day He grabs Taniguchi and Kunikida and they head for lunch at the cafe Mikuru's class is runningAfterwards Kyon who stayed up all night editing the film decides to rest in the auditorium where various student bands are performing Just as he's dozing off he sees Haruhi and Nagato take the stage as part of an all girl rock band As though that's not a big enough shock the band turns out to be really goodOn Monday Kyon learns the whole story from Haruhi the band's lead singerguitarist broke her wrist that morning and couldn't play Haruhi overheard the band members trying to figure out what to do and on the spur of the moment she volunteered her services as a singer; she also figured that Nagato would know how to play guitar and dragged her into the band But the experience has weirded Haruhi out she's used to being the oddball and having people appreciate her for her talent is a foreign experience The story ends with a touching moment between Haruhi and KyonThe Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00 is a summary of the infamous film produced by Ultra Director Haruhi Suzumiya It's hard for me to judge this story because by the time I read it I'd watched the anime version which is just so perfect that the short story is like reading a Wikipedia summaryCharmed at First Sight LOVER despite the awful Engrish title is the best story in the book It begins just a few days after the end of Disappearance with Kyon resting at home when he receives a phone call from Nakagawa a classmate from middle school not a friend just a guy Kyon sorta knew A few months back Nakagawa saw Kyon walking with a girl and immediately fell in love Kyon naturally assumes he means Haruhi or Mikuru and is going to warn him off when he receives a shock Nakagawa's fallen for NagatoAfter some cajoling Kyon agrees to copy out a message to deliver to Yuki though he instantly regrets it when he hears the drivel Nakagawa spouts the guy feels he is in no position to take out the goddess Nagato at the moment so he asks that she wait ten years so he can go to college get a job and start his own business at which point he'll be rich enough to treat Yuki as she deservesWhen Kyon delivers the message the next day Yuki's reaction is as expected no Unfortunately for Kyon he doesn't dispose of the letter properly and Haruhi discovers it She immediately leaps to the wrong conclusion and tries to strangle him When he finally explains what's going on the other Brigade members agree that Nakagawa's reuest is ridiculous but they are nonetheless interested in him even Yuki admits that though she can't wait a decade for him she would like to meet him So that night Kyon calls Nakagawa and arranges for the Brigade to attend a football game he'll be playing the next dayBut this is the Haruhiverse so there's going on here than a simple dateWhere Did the Cat Go is a seuel to both Remote Island Syndrome and Snow Mountain Syndrome It's New Years Eve and the gang is still at Tsuruya chan's ski chalet recovering from the encounter at the mysterious mansion from SMS Koizumi had promised to put on a new murder mystery for Haruhi but this time everyone knows from the start that it's all a gameThe whole cast from the island returns Mori Arakawa and both Tamaru brothers though all Keiichi does is lie in bed pretending to be dead while Yutaka well honestly I don't remember him doing anything And that's the problem For this grand mystery that Koizumi's supposedly been working on since summer it turns out to be too simple He gets his cohorts from the Agency to reprise their roles from the previous mystery but they don't do anything except for Arakawa and Mori answering a few uestions while serving food I know Tanigawa can write a decent mystery because he did it with RIS and he can make a game interesting as he did with Boredom and Day of Sagittarius III but here he fails on all levels It feels as though he's mentioned this party enough that he has to show it but he doesn't have his heart in itThe Melancholy of Mikuru Asahina is a much needed remedy to the flanderization poor Mikuru's gone through In the first book she was the most intriguing Brigade member after Kyon and Haruhi a time traveling secret agent who becomes infatuated with Kyon despite not being allowed to have a relationship in the past who must subject herself to Haruhi's bizarre whims as part of her mission and whose boss is her future badass self But as the series has progressed she's become little than a giant doll for Haruhi to dress up on whim She exhibits no agency of her own and acts like she's stepped out of The Perils of Pauline This is of course why Haruhi chose her the brigade needs a moe character to attract new members But even when the Ultra Leader isn't present Mikuru isn't that useful Nagato and Koizumi and even Kyon figure out what's going on long before Mikuru and when an actual danger appears such as in The Mysteriue Sign she doesn't do anythingAt this point in the series she's starting to fade into the background as nothing than a piece of eye candy that Haruhi drags everywhere This story largely fixes that by examining why Mikuru acts the way she doesThe plot begins with Mikuru asking Kyon to accompany her to the tea shop on Sunday which he interprets as a date Alas it turns out she's doing this under orders from the future and her mission is to bring Kyon to a certain street corner at a certain time where he must perform a certain action that will be important to the future Mikuru doesn't even know what that action is until after it happens at which point she's shocked to discover how important her mission was Yet she wasn't allowed to perform the action herself seems the time travelers don't want to interfere with the past directly though their definition of interfere strikes me as mighty strange Overall this is one of the weaker installments in the series It suffers from an inverse Star Trek syndrome the odd numbered stories are good Charmed is than good while the even ones are weak That's still 60% good but it's a letdown after the previous two volumes

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涼宮ハルヒの動揺Rprise band shows up to performThe Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode The movie that the SOS Brigade created in The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya Book is shown and the Bridage gets to see it in its final formLove at First SightKyon meets with an old friend who describes seeing a girl he's fallen in love with and it turns out to be Yuki Will this mere human. I would've rated this around 2 stars if it hadn't for the Live Alive short story in this volume I really like how Suzumiya went YOLO at the cultural festival somehow enjoying herself And that itself proves that she is STILL a human being able to enjoy simple things in life Live Alive — is really fun to read much less like the other short stories read On the other hand much like how I can grasp Suzumiya Koizumi Nagato's characterization the same cannot be said to the other two SOS Brigade members I couldn't care less about Asahina anyway like she turned a mascot than a time travelling one I'm going to point out again Kyon is really annoying together with his hormones I'd like to give the uotation I highlighted from the novel I shrugged letting Haruhi’s overlong philosophy of romance go in one ear and out the other Sorry—if Asahina’s boyfriend turned out to be a loser I don’t care how happy she seemed I wasn’t confident I’d be able to be happy for her I might even try to interfere I don’t think anybody could blame me though — Kyon This is problematic his ideals and his hormones This statement is one in many that really ticked me off and making his personality and character really ugly