Let’s go to another world and get married, shall we?... more>>
“Will you go to another world and get married?”
I panicked at the invitation of the strange beauty that suddenly appeared, but it didn’t seem to be a marriage proposal from herself.
This girl is the messenger. It seems that my missing sister reincarnated to another world and sent her to pass on a message___
“Do you like me? If so, in which world do we get married together? I ruled this city because of you.”
….It seems that to materialize her marriage to her brother, she went to another world and became invincible to break the city’s rules.
That’s right, my sister [seems to be] the strongest ruler of the other world.
Graffiti. It’s the magic of ephemeral visuals that vividly overwrite even her and my thoughts―... more>>
Yoshi, a university student studying abroad in Bristol, England, uncovers graffiti in his workplace. Graffiti is a kind of art in which the writer expresses his or her ideas.
She’s gorgeous but usually languid, Boudicia, who knows a lot about art, set out to find the person responsible for the graffiti…
“…….. Boo? I’ve been looking for you.”
“Lara? That’s why I didn’t want to see you!”
“Well ―I mean, you’re also a tagger, Boo―”
―Boudisia was a brilliant graffiti artist known as the “Ghost of Bristol.”
A poignant storey of frustration and renewal as Lara, a teenage graffiti artist, and her companions face a massive conspiracy that threatens the holy graffiti world!
Winner of the 26th Dengeki Novel Award “Selection Committee Encouragement Prize”.