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eBook The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya (light novel) (The Haruhi Suzumiya Series) download ISBN: 0316038873
Author: Nagaru Tanigawa
Publisher: Yen On (July 1, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 224
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Category: Teenager
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Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒ, Suzumiya Haruhi) is a series of light novels written by Nagaru Tanigawa and illustrated by Noizi Ito. It is about Haruhi Suzumiya and her adventures with the SOS Brigade.

Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒ, Suzumiya Haruhi) is a series of light novels written by Nagaru Tanigawa and illustrated by Noizi Ito. The light novels began The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya franchise itself.

The Haruhi Suzumiya series of Japanese light novels is written by Nagaru Tanigawa with accompanying illustrations drawn by Noizi Ito. The series centers on the eponymous high school girl Haruhi Suzumiya, her strange antics, and her friends in a club. The series centers on the eponymous high school girl Haruhi Suzumiya, her strange antics, and her friends in a club she forms called the SOS Brigade. The first novel volume was published on June 6, 2003 by Kadokawa Shoten, and as of May 2011, 11 volumes have been published. The first pressing of the tenth and eleventh volumes was a record breaking 513,000 copies.

The Haruhi Suzumiya series is one that seems to fluctuate wildly from incredible to mediocre depending on the volume. The first book, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, is a brilliant work that combines fascinating sci-fi concepts with outlandish humor, captivating characters, mysterious revelations, and even a little romance. Unfortunately, the second book, The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya, lacks much of its predecessor's intrigue and feels a bit flat and uninspired by comparison

Books in The Haruhi Suzumiya Series (10 Book Series). Nagaru Tanigawa is a graduate of the Kwansei Gakuin University School of Law. In 2003, he won Kadokawa's Grand Prize for Literary World for his work on the Haruhi Suzumiya series.

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Keeping Haruhi happ. ecause even through she doesn’t know it, Haruhi has the power to destroy our univers. 1 – The . Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu Volume 3 - The Boredom of Suzumiya Haruhi. 1 – The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第一巻: 涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱 v2 – The Sigh of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第二巻: 涼宮ハルヒの溜息 v3 – The Boredom of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第. 三巻: 涼宮ハルヒの退屈 v4 – The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第四巻: 涼宮ハルヒの消失 v5 – The Rampage of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第五巻: 涼宮ハルヒの暴走 v6 – The Wavering of Suzumiya Haruhi, 第六巻: 涼宮ハルヒの動.

Haruhi Suzumiya is the central character of a series of Light Novels by Nagaru Tanigawa featuring illustrations by Noizi . The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Taikutsu) (JP December 2003/EN July 2010).

Haruhi Suzumiya is the central character of a series of Light Novels by Nagaru Tanigawa featuring illustrations by Noizi Ito. A first year high schoo. The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Shōshitsu) (JP July 2004/EN November 2010). The Rampage of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Bōsō) (JP October 2004/EN June 2011). The Wavering of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Dōyō) (JP March 2005/EN November 2011). The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no Inbō) (JP August 2005/EN June 2012). In short, the most recent addition to the Suzumiya franchise both impresses and disappoints.

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This third volume in the Haruhi Suzumiya series is a collection of four exciting short stories that chronologically take place before The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya. The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya:In her latest attempt to give the . Brigade more public exposure, Haruhi signs the group up for the city-wide baseball tournament.

Haruhi Suzumiya, the girl who hates boredom above all else, regardless of the good . I’ll start from the stupid baseball tournament. The boredom of haruhi suzumiya. Nagaru tanigawa series: Haruhi Suzumiya.

Haruhi Suzumiya, the girl who hates boredom above all else, regardless of the good or the bad. And so I would like to take this opportunity to fill you in on the various undertakings of the SOS Brigade to counter the boredom during the six months when melancholy turned to sigh. Let’s se. ’ll start from the stupid baseball tournament. Other author's books: The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya.

This third volume in the Haruhi Suzumiya series is a collection of four exciting short stories that chronologically take place before The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya.The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya:In her latest attempt to give the S.O.S. Brigade more public exposure, Haruhi signs the group up for the city-wide baseball tournament. Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody:It's like Back To the Future! In order to prevent an impending disaster, Mikuru takes Kyon back in time, where he meets Haruhi as a seventh grader. Mysterique Sign:The computer club president at school mysteriously disappears, and it's up to the S.O.S. Brigade to get to the bottom of it!Remote Island Syndrome:It's vacation time when a relative of Itsuki's invites the S.O.S. Brigade to stay at his island villa. But then a dead body turns up, and Haruhi and the gang get mixed up in a thrilling murder mystery.
Comments: (7)
Ghordana
So I've been going through the Haruhi lite novels for a reason: To get to the point in the story in which I can start reading the Yuki manga. With that in mind I have been taking a faster pace with the Haruhi stuff than I might have liked. Book one was the best by far, book two being the worst (way too much Kyon whining) Book three being more like book 2 than book 1. First I should point out that this does follow the Anime pretty closely still, but I'm starting to notice more differences. The involvement of Kyon with Haruhi is emphasized differently in this book than the anime with Haruhi taking less of a direct place in all of the scenes. Basically the books are willing to have scenes between non-Haruhi characters and Kyon than the anime was. Furthermore while the treatment of Mikuru is far worse in the books than the anime, it is toned down in this one as compared to the first where it was just plain abusive. The book and the anime also take humor differently, where as the anime tried to gloss over terrible situations between the students as light hearted, in the book it come off as more bullying. I'm honestly not sure where the humor comes in on some of these scenes. When I ask myself what I find attractive about the Haruhi universe and books I come to the conclusion it is neither the plot, nor the characters, but rather the relationships between them and I do not mean romantic. Itsuki and Kyon end up being two of my favorites because their friendship is very loose and strained all of the time and yet if you read between the lines you kind of can see why they would be friends. This sort of gem is buried deep in these novels but can be found with careful reading. Ultimately I still think the Haruhi books are good but I am starting to wonder if they will ever go anyplace.
Zinnthi
<i>The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya</i> is the third volume in the series, and takes a slightly different approach to relating the further adventures of Kyon's life dealing with Haruhi's annoying reality-warping abilities. Instead of one, unified story, we have four short stories.

These stories are a mix of short works for magazines and just something the author wrote that was too long for being published in a magazine, but too short for a full book. Thus, it was put here.

The stories take place around the same time period, where our characters in the SOS Brigade are preparing to finish their current school term, and go on vacation. It's a time for studying, and hoping you do well on your exams. Then, you get to have fun with friends. Or at least, this is how it OUGHT to be, but it can't be for Kyon and the others in the SOS, because Haruhi won't allow it.

Instead, Kyon, Nagato, and Asahina have to spend their time keeping Haruhi happy and occupied, lest she subconsciously use her reality-warping powers to wreak havoc in the world. Of course, they succeed, and of course, Kyon hates it. Or well, he <i>says</i> he hates it all. I have my doubts.

You see, Kyon is supposed to be not very book smart, and he claims to hate Haruhi. Yet, his narrative betrays a depth of knowledge in a vast range of subjects that is quite impressive. Also, for someone who claims to hate Haruhi so much, he certainly talks about her beauty and her smile a lot, and he seems strangely jealous when others get attention from Haruhi. Kind of tsundere-ish, if you ask me. Of course, he would deny it all, especially the last point, but that is part of the fun of the work.

Kyon fits perfectly the idea of an “unreliable narrator”. We can't tell what thoughts are really his, and what are not, if he is serious, if he isn't, and so forth. Does he hate Haruhi, or is he in love with her and in denial? Is he really intellectually average, or is he a genius who is just lazy? These types of questions come up a lot to a reader in this book.

The only thing I didn't like was that Kyon's narration, though certainly funny and entertaining, could verge on the whiny and slightly annoying at times. It's understandable having to deal with an amoral, selfish brat with god-like powers, who you have to keep entertained to keep the world safe, that one would be annoyed. Still, it is a bit too far with the constant whining at times. If the author can have Kyon get a little less whiny, it would be perfect. Perhaps as Haruhi gets nicer and more moral, as she is starting to do, this will happen in future books. It would be a nice parallel character development.

This is a really fun and cheeky light novel series, and I quite enjoy reading it.
Westened
The Haruhi Suzumiya series is one that seems to fluctuate wildly from incredible to mediocre depending on the volume. The first book, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, is a brilliant work that combines fascinating sci-fi concepts with outlandish humor, captivating characters, mysterious revelations, and even a little romance. Unfortunately, the second book, The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya, lacks much of its predecessor's intrigue and feels a bit flat and uninspired by comparison. Many wondered whether the upcoming third book, The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya, would recapture the magic of the first installment. Well, the novel is finally available, but the question is not an easy one to answer.

In short, the most recent addition to the Suzumiya franchise both impresses and disappoints. This is due largely to its format--instead of being one long story, it's actually a collection of four short stories of various quality. For instance, the first tale chronicles Haruhi dragging the SOS Brigade into a baseball tournament. Naturally, things start to go wrong. And that's the plot. Sure, some of the events are amusing, but the story smacks of being akin to a "filler" anime episode rather than offering readers anything truly insightful or significant. Conversely, the second story depicts Kyon traveling back in time and inadvertently playing a pivotal role in certain future events. It's short, but this story is both a worthwhile and interesting read. The final two stories don't add much to the Suzumiya mythos, but do at least provide some insights into the supporting cast and are mildly entertaining.

Story quality aside, however, where this book really suffers compared to its predecessors is its readability. Sentences don't always flow well from one to the next, and, occasionally, even entire paragraphs are awkward to read. Most problematic is trying to follow Kyon's internal monologue; it sometimes appears that he's thinking/narrating when he's in fact speaking aloud to the other characters, despite there being no quotation marks to indicate as much. Characters will simply respond to what seemed to be his private thoughts, which can be very disorienting for the reader.

Overall, The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya is a rather lopsided effort comprised of both good and mediocre stories and writing/translation work that is generally decent but sometimes feels rushed or lazy. Major fans of the series should check this book out, but casual followers of the franchise will probably not be impressed.