Suddenly I spoke to her and the glasses girl jolts in surprise.
[You also have summer homework? I hate doing those book reports]
[eh, oh no I’m a hobbyist…]
[I see, so have you finished your book report yet?]
[Yes, I’m done with <Run, Melos!>]
[hmm… You don’t like <Run, Melos!> don’t you?]
[Eh! How did you know?]
[Because you said [I’m done]. If you are reading a book that you like you wouldn’t express it that way. Or maybe you don’t like doing book report as well]
[Yeah… Everyone is entitled to have his or her own opinion about what she reads. But to have some else read it and even evaluate it in a contest is…]
[So you just settled for <Run, Melos>?]
[Yes, I don’t really like Dazai’s character and more than his work, I prefer Akutagawa’s work]
I know. The nightmarish scene in the spider-thread hell of your route so not cool. Who would enjoy that Rashomon gimmick of pulling all of Mika’s hair and weaving it into a thread of providence like its normal? If you’re using a fairy tale motif my not go with a more romantic Night on the galactic railroad? Why do you is your choice so grotesque.
[If I had two choose between the two I would definitely choose Akutagawa, Honestly though I prefer Mitsurugi Ren]
[Did you know?!]
Mitsurugi Ren is a fictional writer who appears in <Kumosora>. He is a minor writer with nonsense and grotesque style who hails from the locality, and is a person that this glasses girl heroines admire. His work in reality is a non-fiction disguised as a fantasy novel, a poor guy who was tried to denounce the darkness that lurks in this countryside but ended up getting beaten for it.\
[I just happened to be in my dad’s library <Human malice is killing time… like a boy tearing a dragonfly’s wing for fun>]
[That’s right! It is not the original sin that was in the Christina theocracy nor it is the pedantry of oriental philosophy but rather based on physical reality]
Oh, Otaku really talk very fast! You can judge me, but I actually like the <glasses girl> genre, but unfortunately the world does not.
In the end, is there’s no commercial demand for glasses girl attribute? Honestly, I like quiet girls more than glasses girl, but this genre isn’t dying yet, right? I feel like all I see are losing heroines but there should be a demand for them, right? Please tell me there is, oh, god of gal games!
I mean come on now it’s glasses. Is it really the genre really that small? Just two?
Whatever, to reach her good end she has to make a name for herself as a genius writer because she is a prodigy.
[In other, in Mitsurugi’s work insects are symbol for <Insignificance> and the hermaphroditic stag beetle is one of them]
[Are you talking about bugs? Count me in too!]
As I was listening to glasses girl’s narration a masculine flirty voice interrupted us. Her appearance of having a sun tanned-skin and bandages seems to be popular with those lolicons.
Geez this girl. Didn’t I broke your flag already? What are you doing here!