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Ame no Hi no Iris: Boku no Shukudai

Ame no Hi no Iris: Boku no Shukudai

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Synonyms: Iris on Rainy Days: My Homework
Japanese: 雨の日のアイリス『僕の宿題』

Information

Type: Novel
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 10, 2012
Authors: Matsuyama, Takeshi (Story), Hirasato (Art)
Serialization: Dengeki Bunko Magazine

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Ranked: #47452
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Popularity: #17780
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Synopsis

Iris was born on a rainy day dyed with emptiness, regret, and fond memories. As an android, Iris must obey her master's orders and cater to her every need, but her creator, Professor Umbrella, wishes for a more intimate and more 'human' relationship with her.

To cultivate an organic connection between master and servant, Professor Umbrella helps Iris to develop a sense of identity and pushes her into taking an active role in her own growth.

This is a story about a female robot born on a rainy day.

This is a story about rainy days.

This is a story about how a mechanical maiden born on a rainy day became a soft-hearted and free-willed girl.

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Jun 3, 2016
Iris on Rainy Days: My Homework is a short story prequel to the main series, Iris on Rainy Days. Coming in at less than 9,000 words and 50 pages, this short story is all about adding more weight, deeper context, and further depth to the main series. That isn't to say that the story doesn't hold up to scrutiny if taken as a standalone narrative--it's a great short story, in fact--it just means that My Homework will be more valuable, so to speak, if it is read after the 2011 novel. This short story is perfectly readable and perfectly enjoyable even if you haven't read read more
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