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This modest blog is here for a bored hermit to share her translations of bitter and depressing stories. All M people, welcome welcome! As for all the other, what are you doing here? You'll ended up depressed and in tears! Careful! 

Your hermit is not a native English speaker and is just studying Japanese. It's not a machine translation and this hermit is using google translate only to have the reading of the damned kanji. My wonderful dictionary app Takoboto and the Internet are used to check the meaning of unknown words and expressions. 

The story  translated is: 

My fiancé is in love with my little sister
The story is fully translated and completed. I think so at last, it is hard to find out if the author will write more, but we have reached a conclusion point as of chapter 54 and the author has started a new series. 

Please, enjoy your read and try not to cry too much. I love reading comments and see how you're sinking into depression. Don't hesitate to share your sadness, that's my greatest source of motivation. I don't always answer back, but I read it all, even the most recent comments post up way after the chapter was. Mwawawawawawa

25 comments:

  1. Hi! I just wanted to say I love you.
    Thank you very much for picking this up and translating this very depressing story.

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  2. Thank you for the hard work, really wanted to read this novel!!!!
    Filled with emotion >u<

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  3. This story always make me cry in every chapter. It is like its the author's mission to add to my depression pill. Thank you for this translation

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  4. I came across this novel the other day and read it all completely. I just want to say, you're doing a great translating this!!

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  5. Hello,
    Thanks for the great Translation. I've been binge reading this story, and glad that I'm doing so.
    Who knows what would happen if I'm not.

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  6. Heaven help me, I wish I'd never discovered this story...but thanks for your hard work. I look forward to the next chapter...I think...? Dunno, it's hard to think when you're crying.

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  7. you're so cool. after reading your translation, i decided to translate it to my language and while translating i noticed that even if you understand smth fully, you might not translate it perfectly to your language. a translator also needs to adapt the story to the final language and I've been enjoying your work so far. It's also that i like depressive stories and pitying myself. idk why
    sry for my bed england

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    1. Thank you thank you! I hope my adaptation to English isn't too bad because it's not my mother tongue either. But it couldn't be help, I wanted people to read and become depressed --- I mean, enjoy the story!
      Could luck with your translation, it takes time, it's tiring, but also funny and fulfilling!

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    2. Una curiosidad: ¿Cuál es su lengua materna?

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  8. To the person who wrote the comment on depression with the links toward articles on this topic, I decided to delete it.
    I hope this won't hurt your feelings. I just couldn't judge if it was appropriate or not to let it there. I'm translating for the pleasure of reading and sharing (yeah, even though it's a tragedy), so I found the links didn't belong here.
    Wishing you the best, have a nice read.

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  9. Oh, por cierto, en una página de facebook ví que ya había salido un nuevo capítulo en el idioma original, me imagino que pronto tendremos noticias por acá. Gracias por traducir está lacrimógena historia, jejeje. ��

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  10. Are you going to translate a different novel?

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    1. I thought I would, but then I became too lazy xD

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  11. Thank you so much for translating this novel, I just love feeling depressed ��
    I was wondering if you have recs for novels which are sad and depressing like this? I'm sorry if this has already been asked though �� Thanks!

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    1. Hello! I'm glad you enjoyed the story ^^
      Actually, I've read very few sad stories, it might be contradictory but I like comedy and light read more than tragedy.
      BUT! I've looked through my NU reading lists, and the ones that might interest you are:
      I Reincarnated as a Noble Girl Villainess But Why Did It Turn Out This Way?
      Shuumatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii desu ka?
      The Girl Who Bore the Flame Ring
      Gomen ne, Onii-sama
      Violet Evergarden

      And I haven't read it yet, but people on the comments section say it's a great story and they cried reading it : Lost You Forever

      I hope this well help! Have fun? Should I say have sadness instead?

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    2. Oh thank you so much for these! I've only read Violet Evergarden from this and really liked it. And I've heard of how sad Shuumatsu is RIP. I'll give them all a try:D Have a great day (人*´∀`)。*゚+

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  12. Hi! Since the quarantine, one of my friends recommended me read this since it was one of their favorite novels. I'm about halfway through and it is depressing AF haha. Anyways, I wanted to say thank you so much for translating this from Japanese! I'm extremely grateful that you did this so I (and many others) could suffer from the depressing book. However, I couldn't help but notice some grammar and spelling mistakes littered around. I wanted to offer my services to help proofread(?)/clean(?)/edit(?) the translation so it can be easier to read (It's something where it's like I'll try not to change any of the words used to preserve the feeling that the author gives us, but I'll try to reorder them to be less confusing.) You're totally fine to reject my offer, but I just wanted to put that out there if you're interested. Thanks again for translating it and I hope you have an awesome day!

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    1. That would be a great help! Since I'm not a native English speaker, I knew I surely had made mistakes, but it's hard to find them.
      If you're still willing to help me, please contact me at this mail address and I'll give you the access rights to the blog:
      c.tenen@laposte.net

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  13. Thumbs up! now..I have a motication to keep studying Japanese~ I'm also glad I found this story because of the manga..and this site. Arigato!! from the bottom of my heart!♡

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed the story! The author is very good at tormenting her characters and readers...
      And I wish you the best of luck with your Japanese studies. Learning to read it is hard, and when you don't practice for a while you forget a lot of kanji... (cry silently)... but being able to read the original and not having to wait for translations is great!

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  14. Thank you very much for translating the story

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  15. Hello, thank you so much for this novel. I was searching for this novel, excuse me, where I can read this novel? the link do not work for me.

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    1. To reach chapter one, you can follow this link:
      https://hermitranslation.blogspot.com/2018/02/chapter1_23.html

      Normally, you can use the links from the indexpage. On computer, you can fin the index page on the top left of the screen. On phone, you can click on the black band where "home" is written, it will allow you to chose "index"

      Tell me if it doesn't work again, I'll try to help!

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  16. This novel is filled with feels.
    Thank you so much for your time and hard effort in translating this for us.

    Also loved your little spoil free notes at the end of every chapter. 😆

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