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Sugar Apple Fairytale (Novel)  
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In the Kingdom of Highland, a country where fairies are slaves of the humans, Ann Halford, a Candy Craftswoman, decides to purchase one in order to arrive the once-yearly Candy Fair to achieve the title of Silver Sugar Master.

A volume 17 was announced in the volume 16 afterword. The volume will be an "Epilogue Volume" containing short stories about characters' life after the events in volume 16.


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Sugar Apple Fairy Tale (Novel)

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v.2 c.7 by AQUA Scans & Icarus Bride Scanlation (137d ago)
v.2 c.6 by AQUA Scans & Icarus Bride Scanlation (205d ago)
v.2 c.5 by AQUA Scans & Icarus Bride Scanlations (244d ago)
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16 Volumes (Ongoing)

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Average: 9.5 / 10.0 (21 votes)
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November 26th 2014, 3:08am PST



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by mizuouji
May 11th, 2013, 1:23pm
Wow! Just wow! I am not the kind of person who buys light novels but this story captured me completely.
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The story 10/10.
I am not gonna lie to you. The plot is freaking awesome. The setting is very interesting as well, at first i thought we would have something like Kirikagohime to Mahoutsukai but I was greatly pleased when I discovered It wouldnt be like that.

Even thought I was greatly annoyed by Liz's character even before knowing she was dead all along (I was pretty sure they were gonna pull up a whole new inuyasha), I am glad they left that piece alone after Ann and Shall hooked up.

The Fairies are a whole new species and culture! Plus the huge question that starts once Ann becomes a real Silver Sugar Master. WHO WILL BE THE NEXT FAIRY KING: The Obsidian Prince, the Opal Prince or the Diamond Prince.

Characters. 9/10
If are the kind of person who hate all the female-mary-sueish-main-characters. You can breathe because Ann isnt anything like that. Like someone in Mangafox said once, she's just cleverer than most of shojo heroines. She has her aims, so she knows how to build a hierarchy of her 'wants'. Despite her attitude about slavery, moral questions come after the business.

I loved every single of the fairies. From the quirkiest of the fairies to the most serious one. Every single of the fairies are special in their own way, even the smallest and most childish has his piece of maturity and charm. Take for example Mythrill, small, annoying, a little tsundere... he also had the strenght to help Ann with the smallest and biggest of the tasks and keept his word into repaying her for saving his life becoming her support in bad moments (comforting her when she was in despair or even offering his insignificant strenght to fight...). Or Cat, the hot-headed master of Ann, who is the "owner" of a labour fairy who sleeps all day (NEET!) and leaves all the hard work to his "master". And I am also particulary interested in Shall's family, his father and brothers. (Dear Shall, all your family is smoking hot).

Art 10/10
Freaking Aki-sama we're talking about!!!!! END OF THE STORY!

... Last updated on May 11th, 2013, 1:25pm
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