The book is very short and contains two stories (one of about 100 pages, the other of about 25 pages).
I’ve suggested a schedule in the OP. It’s a bit on the harder side, I was told, but still a modern book, therefore I decided to break the first story into three parts. There are plenty of breaks, so it was not hard to find more or less suitable ones. Happy to hear what you think of the schedule, and whether you have better ideas for it!
Mhh, the edition linked on Amazon shows フランス語版 for some reason. Might be a mistake on their end? The preview is in Japanese. Since I’m in France, I’d be pretty upset if I ordered the book all the way from Japan, just to get a french edition >_>
Huh. Thanks for spotting this! Looks weird indeed. It says “French edition” at the top and “Language: French” at the bottom. But the book title and author are written in Japanese, and if you look at the “look inside” it’s still Japanese though
On top of that, there is the Kindle edition page but if you go to “all formats and editions” and select the cheaper of the two paperback options, you get to the “French Edition” page again
I chatted with Amazon support but they only repeated what’s on the webpage (i.e. that it is French). I asked whether they had additional information to support this, but they basically said they only had the same information that we can see.
My guess would be that it is still a Japanese book, but I’d label this as “buy at your own risk”
By the way if anybody manages to grab hold of a Japanese paperback (not a French one ) I’d be grateful for the page numbers of our breaks so that I can add them to the schedule.
Same for Kindle locations and percentages, if anybody is reading on Kindle.