Earl Ciel Phantomhive and his invincible butler, Sebastian, have thus far been foiled in their attempts to seek an audience with the headmaster of Weston College. To further their investigation, the sole option that remains is the exclusive "Midnight Tea Party" hosted by the elusive school head. And the only way Ciel, earl or no, can land a seat at that table is by earning the title of the Most Valuable Player in the College's annual cricket tournament. Selected from each house, students in the springtime of youth battle among the wickets on the spring-green lawn. Will the usually unperturbed young earl be bowled over by this unexpected turn of events?!
- 073. "The Butler, Colluding" (その執事、談合, Sono Shitsuji, Dangō)
- 074. "The Butler, Gaining Admittance" (その執事, Sono Shitsuji, Entorī)
- 075. "The Butler, Confabulating" (その執事, Sono Shitsuji, Chatto)
- 076. "The Butler, Scheming" (その執事、策動, Sono Shitsuji, Sakudō)
- 077. "The Butler, Giving a Concert" (その執事 演奏, Sono Shitsuji, Ensō)
- The cricket ball depicted on the bottom right side of the table of contents page was a gift from Naoki Miyaji, the chairman of the Japan Cricket Association.
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