Sugar Apple Fairytale

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In the Kingdom of Highland, a country where fairies are s*aves 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.

Associated Names
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The Silver Sugar Master and The Black Fairy
シュガーアップル・フェアリーテイル
銀砂糖師と黒の妖精
Related Series
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Latest Release

Date Group Release
03/25/16 AQUA Scans v3c1
10/27/15 AQUA Scans v3 prologue
01/07/15 AQUA Scans v2c7
10/31/14 AQUA Scans v2c6
09/22/14 AQUA Scans v2c5
08/12/14 AQUA Scans v2c4
08/11/14 AQUA Scans v2c3
06/19/14 AQUA Scans v2c2
06/19/14 AQUA Scans v2c1
03/17/14 AQUA Scans v1c7
03/14/14 AQUA Scans v1c6
03/03/14 AQUA Scans v1c5
02/14/14 AQUA Scans v1c4
02/14/14 AQUA Scans v1c3
01/09/14 AQUA Scans v1c2
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Aunu
Aunu rated it
May 15, 2016
Status: v1c7
A hidden gem, beautiful and simple. Well written and a good translation.

If you liked Spice and wolf, you will like Sugar Apple Fairytale too.
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yukiwa
yukiwa
July 2, 2019
Status: v1 prologue
This... This is real cute. Escapism, but who cares? It's cute! Bought the kindle versions so I can feel better about downloading pdf translations. ^^; t/y fake Japanese address.. lol

(IS THERE ANY CHANCE SOMEONE ELSE WILL PICK THIS SERIES UP AND TRANSLATE THE REST OF THE LIGHT NOVELS?)
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soulplug
soulplug rated it
March 29, 2016
Status: --
Translation was smooth, making it an ease to read. The novel itself is fantastic, a bit of intrigue, romance and a great background. If only I could read the rest now....
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SaberWolf
SaberWolf rated it
March 27, 2016
Status: --
Being a female, only one word exists for this series...... SQUEEE!

An awesome read, which will have one re-reading it over and over again. It simply describes the trials and problems of an adolescent craftswoman roaming the Kingdom. The first two published novels were said to be somewhat standalone, with the story really moving onward from volume 3 (or so the translators say). There are even hints of a grand adventure to be played soon (Read: HINTS. I have no idea how, or even if, it actually happens) (Note: For... more>> raws you can go to IcarusBride scans. Warning: Spoilers on the SAFT page, just below the raw novel links).

Be it adventure, character growth, a budding romance or actual meaningful dialog [Read = Banter], these novels have it all. Along with a slight smidgen of action and seriousness :D.

Hope you guys enjoy! <<less
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Elissiaro
Elissiaro rated it
January 6, 2019
Status: v3 prologue
Since this was dropped I decided to only read the 2 fully translated novels.

And I feel like that was a valid choice. Sure I'd love more of this series, but each novel has a satisfying ending. They feel complete.

I would probably feel really unsatisfied having to stop after the first chapter of volume 3. So I'm not going to. Hopefully someone will continue translating the rest of this series in the future, and I can read the rest then.

It's a great story imo. Maybe a bit too calm for some... more>> people? There's not that much drama and misunderstandings. And what I remember got resolved quickly. It's a slow romance, in fact, by the end of novel 2 they're still not properly dating. But I don't mind that, they still have cute moments. There's more to the story than their romance. And I can picture them becoming closer as time goes on. But again, I stopped after novel 2.

These novels also take place over a fairly short period of time so... I think they travelled a few days during the first volume, definitely less than 2 weeks iirc. Then between 1 and 2 there was a two month timeskip. And volume 2 didn't take place over a long time either. So them not going from newly purchased s*ave and master to soulmates isn't exactly a bad thing in my opinion. <<less
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ResidentialPsycho
ResidentialPsycho rated it
November 4, 2018
Status: v1c7
This is a really sweet series with minimal character depth. The plot developments were predictable to the point of being extremely obvious. It's nice to read for a volume, but I'll be stopping here. There is nothing new or surprising in the first volume, and the comedy is weak. The ending wasn't completely satisfying either. It is cute, but that's all it has going for it.

Spoiler

MC, aren't you at least going to get your mother's carriage and all of your clothing and belongings back?

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Kimchi759
Kimchi759 rated it
April 20, 2018
Status: v3c1
It is such a shame this was dropped.

I usually write lengthy reviews because I try to make my criticisms as detailed and well-supported as possible, but.

I love this series so much? I mean, if I really, really tried, I could find flaws, no doubt. And yet I don't want to?

... more>> It's just somehow so very pleasant to read, and the translating was done so well. The formatting, phrasing, etc was great.

Again, it's a shame it was dropped. Especially when there was so much left to read! The manga spin-off only covers the first volume, too.

I sincerely hope someone picks this project up. <<less
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Stonevast
Stonevast
January 1, 2021
Status: v3
Praise the author.

The FMC is bubbly, ambitious, and at times she makes the atmosphere bitter-sweet and melancholic. All characters are interesting. I'm itching to read all 17 volumes to the extent of considering whether I should jump in and begin learning Japanese. I am sorry for being selfish, however, with little time in my life I sincerely hope for any translator (s) to pick Sugar Apple Fairytale again. For now, I'll look at the covers of each volume book and drool.
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