This is always free of charge. Sync your files with the cloud! Japanese light novel series maid-sama! (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 7 PDF by Yuyuko Takemiya, with illustrations by Ēji Komatsu. Banri Tada is a newly admitted male student at a private law school in Tokyo.
Författare: Hiro Fujiwara.
Banri finds himself completely and utterly lost after the big opening ceremonial event and tries to find his way to the freshman orientation. Along the way, he runs straight into another lost and confused freshman from the same school, Mitsuo Yanagisawa, and they immediately hit it off. As the series progresses, Banri deals with his slowly re-emerging memories, which often come into conflict with a relationship that blooms between him and Kaga. Banri is a freshman studying law in a private university in Tokyo. His hometown is in Shizuoka Prefecture, and he now lives alone in a small apartment. The day after his third-year high school graduation ceremony, he fell from a bridge, and now suffers from severe retrograde amnesia, unable to remember anything from before the accident.
Declaring himself to have died at 18 years of age, he is a being seeming to be Banri’s spirit. He possesses his memories from before the accident. Without anybody noticing, he has followed after Banri and has been watching over things especially how Banri always focuses on Kōko when the spirit is still in love with Linda. Kōko is a freshman law student at Banri’s university. She is extremely popular among boys, but has few friends, due to people being intimidated and scared to talk to her because of her beauty. To all appearances, she is the perfect lady. Since elementary school, she has been obsessed with Mitsuo, her childhood friend.
In that time, she made a promise to marry Mitsuo, and ever since had been making her plans so that everything would come out perfect. Mitsuo is a freshman studying law in the same university as Banri. After the entrance ceremony, heading for freshman orientation, he gets lost on the campus, and meets and befriends Banri. He has been the target of Kōko’s obsessive, one-sided affection since their elementary school years.
He secretly took the exam to this university in an attempt to escape from her. He lives alone in an apartment three train stops away from Banri’s. Mitsuo has a crush on Chinami and even confessed to her at a party, only to be rejected, since she thought it was an alcohol-fueled joke. He later becomes romantically interested in Linda. Linda is a second-year student and member of the Japanese Festival Culture Research Society. Leaving out the details, she invites Banri and Kōko to join. She and Banri were best friends in high school, and Banri was in love with her.
Although he has no memory of her, she was the reason he was on the bridge he fell from, waiting for her to either reject or accept his love with „yes“ or „no“. Nijigen is a freshman and Banri’s friend. He gains his nickname at the tea ceremony club’s welcoming party after declaring his despair of the three-dimensional world and that he would live for the two-dimensional world from then on. His nickname in high school was „Taka Satō“. He plays a prominent role in the final stages of the story. Chinami is a short female student, and member of the Film Research Society. Chinami is the object of Mitsuo’s desire who confessed to her at a party, but she turned him down later saying it „doesn’t count as a real confession.
She is despised by Kōko a lot, although she knows Kōko actually doesn’t want to admit Chinami is now a friend because of her pride. She is later shown to be always approached by Kōko as if the two girls are best friends already. Kosshii is a third-year college senior and is the president of the Japanese Festival Culture Research Society. Nana is a third-year female student and also Banri’s neighbor. She plays in a band and acts similarly to the character of the same name in the manga Nana. Golden Time began as a light novel series written by Yuyuko Takemiya, with illustrations by Ēji Komatsu. A manga adaptation illustrated by Umechazuke was serialized in ASCII Media Works‘ Dengeki Daioh magazine from the October 2011 to the July 2016 issues.