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by Noizi Ito,Nagaru Tanigawa

ePub The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (light novel) (The Haruhi Suzumiya Series) download
Author:
Noizi Ito,Nagaru Tanigawa
ISBN13:
978-0316038904
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0316038903
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Yen On (November 2, 2010)
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The Haruhi Suzumiya series of Japanese light novels is written by Nagaru Tanigawa with accompanying illustrations drawn by Noizi Ito. The series centers on the eponymous high school girl Haruhi Suzumiya, her strange antics, and her friends in a club.

The Haruhi Suzumiya series of Japanese light novels is written by Nagaru Tanigawa with accompanying illustrations drawn by Noizi Ito. The series centers on the eponymous high school girl Haruhi Suzumiya, her strange antics, and her friends in a club she forms called the SOS Brigade. The first novel volume was published on June 6, 2003 by Kadokawa Shoten, and as of May 2011, 11 volumes have been published. The first pressing of the tenth and eleventh volumes was a record breaking 513,000 copies.

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This book was the one I was looking forward to the most due to the incredible film of the same name. One person found this helpful.

Any light novel featuring the great character Haruhi Suzumiya is bound to be great, and indeed I found this to be a great work.

This ninth volume of the Haruhi Suzumiya series is the first to use two alternate stories for the same plot with . Nagaru Tanigawa is a Japanese author best known for The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya for which he won the grand prize at the eighth annual Sneaker Awards.

This ninth volume of the Haruhi Suzumiya series is the first to use two alternate stories for the same plot with different endings. The story continues in the next novel, The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya. Tanigawa is currently working on the tenth novel about Haruhi Suzumiya and the .

Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒ, Suzumiya Haruhi) is a Japanese light novel series written by Nagaru Tanigawa and illustrated by Noizi Ito. Initially released in Japan in 2003 with the novel The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, it was followed by ten additional. Initially released in Japan in 2003 with the novel The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, it was followed by ten additional volumes, an anime television series adaptation, four manga series, an animated film, two original net animation series and several video games.

Keeping Haruhi happ. ecause even through she doesn’t know it, Haruhi has the power to destroy our universe . ecause even through she doesn’t know it, Haruhi has the power to destroy our univers. 1 – The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第一巻: 涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 v2 – The Sigh of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第二巻: 涼宮ハルヒの溜息 v3 – The Boredom of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第. 三巻: 涼宮ハルヒの退屈 v4 – The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第四巻: 涼宮ハルヒの消失 v5 – The Rampage of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第五巻: 涼宮ハルヒの暴走 v6 – The Wavering of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第六巻: 涼宮ハルヒの動.

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First released in Japan in 2003, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya quickly established itself as a publishing .

First released in Japan in 2003, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya quickly established itself as a publishing phenomenon, drawing much of its inspiration from Japanese pop culture and Japanese comics in particular.

Haruhi Suzumiya is the central character of a series of Light Novels by Nagaru Tanigawa featuring illustrations by Noizi It. The novel series contains the following titles: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu) (JP June 2003/EN May 2009)

Haruhi Suzumiya is the central character of a series of Light Novels by Nagaru Tanigawa featuring illustrations by Noizi Ito. A first year high schoo. The novel series contains the following titles: The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu) (JP June 2003/EN May 2009). The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Tameiki) (JP September 2003/EN October 2009). The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Taikutsu) (JP December 2003/EN July 2010). The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Shōshitsu) (JP July 2004/EN November 2010).

What if you woke up one morning, and everything changed?It's one week before Christmas Eve, and Haruhi and the S.O.S. Brigade (a club for her high school's strangest and most extraordinary students) are gearing up for holiday festivities. But just before the fun kicks off, Kyon, the only "normal" member, wakes up in a weird alternate dimension, one where Haruhi attends another school entirely, Nagato the time traveling robot is just an ordinary human, and Mikuru (the cute girl of Kyon's dreams) doesn't even recognize him-in other words, S.O.S. Brigade never existed.The only clue Kyon can find is a bookmark left by the robot version of Nagato, which leads him on a quest back in time, where he interacts with the storyline from "Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody", a short story from the previous Haruhi book, The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya. This fun and quirky holiday tale is reminiscent of A Christmas Carol and It's a Wonderful Life.
  • The book is one long story. No, it is more of one long test of Kyon. You see, one morning he wakes up to find everything NORMAL. No robots, no aliens, no time travelers, no ESPERS, the way he always wanted it. His life is back to normal, as if the SOS club never existed and Haruhi Suzumiya is just a normal girl. Who happens to go to another school.
    So, you must think to yourself, he must be happy. Wellllllll....no. He wants to know what happened to the original timeline. How did things change? When did they change? Who changed it? And more importantly WHY? And will he be able to hang with the big...eyed Asahina ever again?
    The book ends up dealing with the ethical question - if he KNOWS this is not the way things should be, should he change it back, even if he may be happier with the new version?
    The story is complex, detailed, involved and ends with a lot of unanswered questions. And just to warn you, this plot and the unanswered questions do leak into later books.
    I did like the story but it did seem to drag a tad. I don't mean it felt too long as much as getting a tad heavy with the science and the philosophizing. And being that it is a light novel, that is somewhat a bad thing. So take it with a box of doughnuts to lighten the mood.

  • Having seen both the Haruhi Suzumiya series and movie I have been buying the original light novels to round out my "collection" of the franchise as it were.
    This book was the one I was looking forward to the most due to the incredible film of the same name.
    While I enjoyed the book immensely and it is my favorite so far in the series, I felt the movie conveyed it better somehow, which is odd for me since I'm, usually extremely loyal to the original book s that have a movie adaptation.
    Regardless though if you are considering this then you have probably already had some experience with the franchise by either the books, series, or movie, so just buy it, I don't think I, or anyone else, should have to tell you that.

  • Note: This is book 4 in the series. The reader is expected to be familiar with (at minimum) the events of book 1 and "Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody" from Book 3.

    Fans of the first book in the series The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya may have been a bit disappointed with the next in the continuity (The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya. It was fun sure but a bit fluffy. Likewise, The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya in its short story format had the same problems. Disappearance is another full-length addition to the franchise and the best sequel yet. I don't want to say too much about the plot and spoil anything but it has quite a few surprising twists Even if you've wavered on continuing the series pick this one up. You won't be disappointed.

  • Outside of the original, this is my favorite book in the series so far! After 2 so so books in the series, at least compared to the 1st, this entry helped rekindle my interest in it all, reminding me of why I fell in love with it to begin with. Everything takes on a bit of a darker tone this time around. Just about everything you used to know about Haruhi Suzumiya at this point has suddenly changed, leaving you to read on to discover why. The whole thing reminded me of "It's a Wonderful Life", if it took place in Japan. If you've been a faithful follower of the Haruhi series at this point, this book will not disappoint you.

  • The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya is another quirky adventure in the life of Kyon, the only normal member of the SOS Brigade, created by Haruhi to have lots of fun seeking out the strange and paranormal. It is also where things take on a decidedly more fantastic turn than even the short stories and longer stories in the previous three books.

    Kyon and the rest hear their tyrannically over-exuberant leader's plans for a Christmas party, and go about to prepare for everything. Everything seems to be going fine for Kyon until he wakes up the next morning and discovers that everything about the world he lived in has changed. Haruhi isn't at the same school at him, the alien human-android Nagato is an ordinary human, Koizumi and Asahina are not an esper or time-traveler respectively. What is going on?

    Kyon eventually finds out that Haruhi is NOT the one responsible for this situation. Whatever she is and whatever the true extent of her powers might be, the high school-aged reality warper has had her powers stolen and used by someone else. The guilty party could not stand how Haruhi was constantly (though unwittingly as she doesn't KNOW she has powers and might do something rash if she found out) making everyone's life miserable and took it upon themselves to change the world to stop Haruhi.

    At the end, Kyon is forced to face two uncomfortable truths. First off, he LIKES the SOS Brigade, and wants things back to normal (as abnormal as that normal is). The second revelation is how he realizes he has taken things for granted too much and not helped to keep Haruhi under control more. She obviously has a crush on him, and he didn't do enough to keep her antics in line.

    All in all, this is a more straight-forwardly fantastic story than the more quirky previous stories. That made it more interesting. Oh, they still have many of the humor and quirky bits in the story that the franchise is known for, but the genre-shifting here was kinda cool.

    It's a very fun story and one I heartily recommend. Not just for the above reasons, but also because this helps lead to (from what I have read) a more serious long-term storyline in the rest of the novels.

  • Any light novel featuring the great character Haruhi Suzumiya is bound to be great, and indeed I found this to be a great work.

    This is one of the relativly few light novels released in America compaired to the rapid influx of manga titles.

    A plus to this edition is that the covers are made of heavy cardboard stuff.

  • My favorite book of the series (and also an awesome movie). What happens when Haruhi suddenly disappears? Read to find out.