Plunge into the fascinating, high-stakes world of fanboys and fangirls in Japan’s ultimate novel of manga and anime!
In Tokyo’sAkihabara district, eighteen-year-old Aaliyah is a new maid (aka waitress) at a hopping maid café where otaku (guys devoted to manga) convene to drink tea and talk comics. Aaliyah is determined to make a splash–and her adventures are recounted in this sparkling diary.
Aaliyah’s motto is “I won’t lose, even if I’m about to.” She plans to design a maid photo book, create a super-duper event, and solve all the fanboys’ problems with her brainchild: “A Maid’s Dimly Lit Counseling Room.” But something’s wrong, and it’s not just Aaliyah’s bad Japanese. Why are the other maids suspicious of her? Why is the maid café’s recent hire anincredibly handsomewaiter, and why is he madly in love with her? It turns out Aaliyah has her own secret. Now it’s time to find out the truth about the girl who’ll follow her dreams and fantasies anywhere and do anything to become the perfect maid!
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Review: Maid Machinegun: A NovelUser Review - アレツクス コツト - Goodreads
I read this when i was younger and i loved it. It did get very interesting towards the middle and the end and i loved how the author incorporated the title in the story as to why it is called maid ... Read full review
Review: Maid Machinegun: A NovelUser Review - Terry - Goodreads
It's published by Del Rey Manga, but Maid Machinegun is a novel not a manga title — although it does have illustrations by Suzuhito Yasuda. And even though it's a novel, it explains how maid cafes ... Read full review