Ginzatoushi to Kuro no Yousei: Sugar Apple Fairy Tale
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Ginzatoushi to Kuro no Yousei: Sugar Apple Fairy Tale

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Japanese: 銀砂糖師と黒の妖精 ~シュガーアップル・フェアリーテイル~


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 9, 2012 to Oct 3, 2014
Genres: Adventure Adventure, Comedy Comedy, Fantasy Fantasy, Romance Romance
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Hana to Yume Online
Authors: Yukimura, Alto (Art), Mikawa, Miri (Story)


Score: 7.471 (scored by 10581,058 users)
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Ranked: #28382
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Popularity: #6912
Members: 2,222
Favorites: 13

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In Highland, a country where fairies are slaves of the humans, Ann Halford, a countryside girl, decides to purchase her first one after watching how the fairy was mistreated by his seller.

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Jan 6, 2015
This is a really adorable, but sometimes cruel story.... plz read it.....
story: In this world, there are fairies, a long time ago humans showed intelligence, and made fairies their slaves and mistreat them. The story is about a girl, who lost her mother and wants to become a silver sugar master, she has to go on a journey and buys a handsome warrior fairy to protect her. The fairy hates and does'nt trust humans and lost someone too, will she be able to change his heart and achieve her goal?
art: the art is really nice, clean and fresh
characters: There are villains, and there are the ...
Dec 3, 2015
*Contains spoilers*

Sugar Apple Fairy Tale is well, very sugary. It is in all respects a simple shoujo fairy tale, but unlike many, not one outside the realm of realism or avoidant of violence.

A naive but determined girl named Ann is trying to deal with her mother's very recent passing. She aspires to be a skilled sugar-sculpture craftswoman like her mother, and now on her own in the world, sets out to reach a yearly festival so she can enter a completion. The road there is very dangerous, so she reluctantly, and against the humanitarian morals she has been taught, purchases a warrior fairy named Shall ...


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