Gekkou

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Gekkou (月光 "Moonlight") is a light novel written by Natsuki Mamiya (間宮夏生) and illustrated by Shiromiso (白味噌).

Story Synopsis

Gekkou, or "Moonlight", is about the peculiar relationship between a cynical boy and a perfect girl.

Said cynical boy is Nonomiya who spends day in day out in boredom, taking refuge from his dull life in his imagination. One fateful day, he happens upon the notebook of the much-rumored beauty Youko Tsukimori, neglected on the ground. Poking out from it is a scrap of paper with the unexpected title "Murder Recipe". His interest ignited, he immediately stuffs it into his pocket, only to find out the promising recipe contains nothing but scenarios that may or may not lead to deadly accidents, not even worthy of being called a plan.

When he tentatively asks her about it the next day, she hasn't lost anything. But then her father dies. An accident...

Character Introduction

Nonomiya

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A cross-grained and cynical boy who wishes to break out of his boring everyday life.

Youko Tsukimori

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A mysterious girl who appears to be the embodiment of perfection, gifted with outstanding beauty and excellent grades. One day she suddenly starts to show interest in Nonomiya, but...


Chizuru Usami

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A straightforward girl and classmate of Nonomiya's. She seems to be attracted to him...?

Mirai Samejima

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A senior at Nonomiya's workplace and claims to be a university student. Though she has pretty looks, her abrasive and self-centered personality makes her hard to get close to.


Konan

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A police detective who is as frivolous as he looks. An incident links his and Nonomiya's lives and marks the start of a singular rivalry.


Format Standards

Every Chapter (after editing) must conform to the agreed points highlighted in the below guidelines

Updates

  • 14th October 2012 - Gekkou first short story completed
  • 12th June 2011 - Gekkou project completed
  • 12th June 2011 - Gekkou project started

Gekkou (Full Text - PDF - ePUB)

Short Stories

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Project Staff

Translators

Editors

Forum thread

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Series Overview

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