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Ascendance of a Bookworm (Manga) Volume 3 - cover

Ascendance of a Bookworm (Manga) Volume 3

Miya Kazuki

Translator Carter "quof" Collins

Publisher: J-Novel Club

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Summary

Myne throws everything she has at paper-making while helping at the gate and preparing for Tuuli's baptism. She tries weaving faux-papyrus from fibers during winter and forming clay tablets during the spring, but both fail. Still, her love for books isn't so weak that she'd give up that easily. It's time to think up a Plan C! This is a bibliofantasy for all the bookworms of the world!
Available since: 03/25/2020.
Print length: 250 pages.

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