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Tegami Bachi Vol. 2: The Letter to Jiggy Pepper

Tegami Bachi Volume 2

The Letter to Jiggy Pepper
Lag is close to becoming a Letter Bee! On the way to his final interview at the National Postal Service, he found a dingo: Niche, a feral young girl with shocking strength and hair made of golden swords. Now, as they approach the bridge to the middle-caste district, they stop to rest in Kyrie, a desperado town. They meet Nelli, a friendly young man who shows them to an inn. Nelli's so helpful that they never notice him steal Lag's crossing pass!
Hiroyuki Asada
193 Pages
$6.99

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Tegami Bachi Vol. 3: Meeting Sylvette Suede

Meeting Sylvette Suede

Tegami Bachi Vol. 3

Lag almost breaks the record time on his Letter Bee test, securing a job as a Letter Bee! But his celebration ends with unwelcome news: the record holder, Gauche Suede, is no longer a Letter Bee! Shocked, Lag seeks out Gauche's little sister Sylvette to learn exactly what happened. But Sylvette has no answers, only memories and a broken heart. Gauche would never abandon his sister like that! Could it be he lost his heart...or his life?!
177 Pages
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