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Final rating: 4.75/5 stars “Our enemy is the gods, those forces that scorch heaven & earth, those manifestations of despair. Our odds are infinitesimal. Since doing everything in secret is one of the conditions for victory, even if we win, there won’t be any memories or records, và there won’t be any songs about our exploits. We’re ghosts, và ghosts don’t sing. Still, if by some stroke of luck—If somehow we do manage khổng lồ succeed in this game…if we win—Don’t you think we’ll be able lớn brag t Final rating: 4.75/5 stars “Our enemy is the gods, those forces that scorch heaven và earth, those manifestations of despair. Our odds are infinitesimal. Since doing everything in secret is one of the conditions for victory, even if we win, there won’t be any memories or records, và there won’t be any songs about our exploits. We’re ghosts, and ghosts don’t sing. Still, if by some stroke of luck—If somehow we vì manage to lớn succeed in this game…if we win—Don’t you think we’ll be able to lớn brag khổng lồ ourselves that we led the most awesome lives before we die?”Is it weird to lớn say i started reading 6th volume of this only because i watched the movie adaptation? I guess not. Anyway, even for those who never heard of this series - you should give sầu a try to this volume i guess? Or at least watch the movie because that was damn awesome adaptation (american studios, please note that this was a very successful & faithful adaptation that wrecked me)Anyway it"s a prequel of the main series that shows how the current Disboard world rules came lớn be: rules that all wars & arguments & everything has to lớn be settled through game. Before the rules, 6000 years ago - or in other words: this novel"s timeline - we are shown how the state of afairs was for all 16 races, including humans. Well, considered they are all overpowered races, they don"t even pay attention lớn humans except seeing them as 1) pests, 2) animals, 3) food, 4) nonexistent.So what happens when a human finds an Ex-Machimãng cầu (android) who wants to know what is a "heart" - because she wants khổng lồ discover if Ex-machinas have sầu the same ability. Because of her investigation she has been deemed as failure and detached from the hive sầu.Of course, Riku (human) và Schwi (Ex-Machina) are cthua kém counterparts of their future successors - Sora & Shiro - and we vị see some familiar faces like Jibril và ancestor of Fiel (the Elf) from the main series. “I don’t know what damn god created humans! But if we’re gonmãng cầu live sầu in this world just to lớn thua và thảm bại & thua trận some more and get the shit kicked out of us and đại bại everything và vày it again—then why bởi vì we have hearts?! Answer me!!”And this is all about how humans, the weakest of them all - managed to lớn screw up and manipulate every single race in order to save their own. And it was epic tale.Also prepare tissues, this is gonmãng cầu hurt. ...more
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Dec 09, 2015 Kiores rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: "Anime fans" "NGNL Fans"
I've sầu now read ALL the 6 novels that are in English *^* it was an amazing experience and I'm longing to read the 7th và "Possibly" the 8th novel(if they make the 8th one if I had khổng lồ choose one favourite part of all the Novels I'd say the part where Tet appears in front of them in the "THRONE ROOM" (Note, it's on the Roof in anime... I don't understvà why, I love sầu the kind I"ve sầu now read ALL the 6 novels that are in English *^* it was an amazing experience & I"m longing khổng lồ read the 7th and "Possibly" the 8th novel(if they make the 8th one if I had lớn choose one favourite part of all the Novels I"d say the part where Tet appears in front of them in the "THRONE ROOM" (lưu ý, it"s on the Roof in anime... I don"t underst& why, I love the kind of reaction they get when a God appears in the room) and that"s all I can say about "these Novels" since it"s a kindomain authority mixed reviews from me ...more
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Jan 06, 2018 Jeffrey rated it it was amazing · Review of another edition
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A radical departure from previous novels, filling in the dark và extremely violent history of Disworld. Absolutely could not put it down.
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Shelves: favorites, fantasy, selfhood, scifi, humor, comfy, existentialism, light-novel, depressive, sublime
This Review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. As if I didn't already enjoy the No trò chơi No Life novels as they were, Yuu Kamiya had lớn go & completely surpass everything he'd previously written, with this, likely his greademo opus. With the release of Madhouse's anime film, No trò chơi No Life Zero, based on this novel, and with its associated hype and good review, I had some reservations coming to this novel. First off, I'd made it four or five volumes into lớn the prose series before ever watching the TV anime. From a distance, I assumed the an As if I didn"t already enjoy the No trò chơi No Life novels as they were, Yuu Kamiya had to lớn go & completely surpass everything he"d previously written, with this, likely his greathử nghiệm opus. With the release of Madhouse"s anime film, No trò chơi No Life Zero, based on this novel, và with its associated hype và good Review, I had some reservations coming khổng lồ this novel. First off, I"d made it four or five sầu volumes inkhổng lồ the prose series before ever watching the TV anime. From a distance, I assumed the anime would be pretty good, adapting a good story with animation from a well-renowned studio. I was, however, mildly afraid khổng lồ watch the show, reluctant to kiểm tra it out, out of my own insecurities that the animators could not possibly match the great quality of Yuu Kamiya"s own illustrations, by far my favorite art within the light novel medium - và second in the "Japanese 2D entertainment" world, under only Hajime Ueda, whose work resonates with me mostly from the nostalgia of his FLCL manga, not that that"s really relevant here. Anyway, I know Madhouse have made great effort to lớn preserve sầu the art-styles of original works they"ve adapted, but they still have a fatal flaw, in choosing to lớn adapt works of such high unique art. Death cảnh báo và One Punch Man suffer slightly for reaching so cthua toward the heights of their original manga, but losing a certain charm, somewhat ironically with use of color và motion, two potential "pluses" anime has over manga. Hunter x Hunter was absolutely ruined, to lớn a degree that I almost refuse khổng lồ watch their anime version, I love sầu Togashi"s rough art in the Chimera Ant Arc so much. But I was able to lớn khuyến mãi with my reservations & btia laze through the NGNL anime, largely in anticipation of the American release of the NGNL Zero blu-ray.Of course, an obvious issue I also needed to lớn face was that I had to finish reading through this novel, Volume 6 of the series, before watching the film adaptation, as I"d read much of the preceding work before watching the anime adaptation of volumes 1 through 3. Unfortunately, it took me nearly a month khổng lồ read this, a new "low" for my tốc độ at reading "mere" light novels. One reason was because the first chapter was so unexpectedly bleak & depressive for the series, that I could not expect the novel lớn really keep up with the "height" of that depth. I knew from accidentally spoiling myself that ill fates awaited the main characters, but I did not expect the novel lớn be so harsh from the get-go. But, then, knowing NGNL, I had no choice but khổng lồ expect more comedy & stuff later on, so I felt torn between an enjoyment of this near-edgy display of the series"s universe & a disconnection from the classic "fun" of the preceding five sầu books. After too long a break, I got around to lớn the second chapter, which again threw me off for how much lighter it was in comparison to Chapter 1. But I was closer to lớn the retroactive introduction of my waifu, Jibril, and I was perhaps not yet ready lớn see her as a villain. Or, really, I just got distracted in buying a lot of physical manga, as well as reading through some "real" novels. Finally, on August 16, I powered through the last 80 or so pages, aided by the tunes of Burzum"s two "biggest" atmo-blachồng albums, whether or not they really fit well with the prose.To reiterate an above sầu bình luận, this novel is fantastic, not just as an addition lớn the overall series, and not really just as a work in the light novel medium, but also as a story in general. As many light novels as I read, I still have sầu difficulty with the medium as a whole, failing lớn acknowledge it as a genuine capital-A "Artsize," due to lớn the obvious lack of True Aesthetic Value, in favor of Mass Appeal. As a result, I mostly enjoy the Monogatari Series as the high point of the medium, relying so much on banter than on Narrative sầu that, while not entirely surpassing the "light" and inkhổng lồ a manner of "heavy" novel, still defies the "common" nature of the medium, by being focused more on raw Language than on "mere" Storytelling. Coming in second và third places for me are a tie between Haruhi Suzumiya và NGNL, neither of which really deal too deeply with Prose/Language, but which both have sầu interesting enough Narratives, Haruhi mostly for its out-of-sequence publication order, & NGNL mostly for its constant tooting of the horn of Humanity. What I mean is that I enjoy NGNL mostly because Humanity is phối up to lớn be the greathử nghiệm shit of all time. Through Sora and Shiro"s schemes, other Races are proven inferior to the intellect và cleverness of Humanity. This is taken far further with the exploits of Riku in this novel, braving the brutality of the "Great War" through willpower and racial pride, a wonderfully fascist drive to lớn even the playing field between Humanity and all other "superior" races.I teased this idea earlier, but there are slight flaws with the structure of this novel. According lớn the "afterword," Yuu Kamiya had plans for a "Volume 0" lớn come at some point, covering the events of the Great War. His editor seemingly forced hyên ổn to shit out a Volume 6 to tie in with the release of the anime, not long after the release of Volume 5. In his planning of the overall series scenario, Yuu Kamiya wanted to lớn move Sora and Shiro inlớn Old Deus territory after their acquisition of allegiances with Dhampir, Siren, và Flugel. Not yet prepared khổng lồ rush through the formal introduction of Old Dei, & also interested in setting up the strength of Old Dei before having Sora and Shiro challenge them, it seems Yuu Kamiya took the opportunity to publish the planned "Volume 0" as "Volume 6," serving not just as a general prequel to the series, but also setting up the confrontation with Old Dei, to lớn be moved lớn Volume 7. Curiously, despite many health issues, Yuu Kamiya was able khổng lồ not only write this story, but also inject it with sufficient lore/world-building khổng lồ further justify its existence. But with all the information loaded into lớn this volume, he may have sầu had khổng lồ rush the overall plot-thread of Riku"s story, putting him through the wringer in the first chapter only to lớn skip ahead khổng lồ the lighter tones of his interactions with Schwi, only to lớn then skip ahead a couple years khổng lồ get to lớn the end of Riku"s gr& scheme, likely in order khổng lồ fit the generally-accepted page-count of a comtháng light novel. Never mind the fact that the epilogue is about twenty pages, half of which function as a proper continuation khổng lồ Volume 5.I have strange requirements for light novels and manga. Overall, I view anime films as the highest cấp độ of "Japanese 2 chiều entertainment," with the best works in the medium doubly functioning simply as "good films" rather than "films that are pretty good... for anime." Anime television series have sầu the misfortune of being lumped with Television as a whole, decidedly non-artistic by nature, & thus only the absolutely highest-unique of creative sầu works can stvà to lớn retain some sense of Artistic Merit, being things lượt thích Serial Experiments Lain & The Tatami Galaxy, và other sorts of things you"d find in the generic 3x3 chart in a lượt thích thread on /a/. Light novels hold a weird place, being fundamentally "low prose," tantamount to lớn Western genre fiction - not Art. Manga is just the equivalent of Western comics - not Art. I can probably never allow myself to consider any light novel or manga to be Actual Art, but at least I can see some things as near-perfect within their medium. The requirement for a 10/10 in my perspective sầu is whether or not a given work elicits a svào emotional reaction in my Soul.I was already gripped by the first chapter of the novel, but the lighter tones of later pages kindomain authority evened the novel out khổng lồ "just pretty good" - at least for a while. I faced some pretty high-cấp độ hype when Jibril showed up, though I already knew from spoilers for the film adaptation that she"d kill Schwi. As it happened, I was somewhat reluctant lớn "feel" for the death of Schwi a little in advance, as she basically brought on her own death by leaving Riku despite his urging not to lớn leave sầu his side. I kinda felt bad for myself knowing I didn"t feel too "moved" when Schwi did indeed die, though I was quite excited throughout her fight, especially when she was able to reconnect with the other Ex Machimãng cầu, who then acknowledged her "heart" và the name "Schwi" - but I was unfortunately not too "moved" when Jibril killed her. Actually, I was pleased, in a way, for a different reason, because of the somewhat ill-considered placement of the illustration of the extremely đáng yêu loli!Jibril. I was "moved" a little from Riku"s reaction to Schwi"s death, but still not to lớn the degree I "required." But then Riku và the remaining Ex Machina were able to lớn carry out a variation on Riku"s original plan, Riku reached the MacGuffin required lớn over the War, and - here"s where it got me - Tet finally manifested himself. And the icing on the cake was Couron"s reaction khổng lồ the reconfiguration of the world (with, I suppose, the reveal of the obvious "Dola" surname as sprinkles). The cherry on top was when the novel caught bachồng up lớn the "present," with Izumãng cầu noticing the stone on Steph"s brooch, seeing the names of Riku and Schwi, and culminating in Steph"s clayên that she"s a direct descendant of Couronne Dola, first queen of Elkia, who has allegedly never cried in her life.I guess I have sầu mixed feelings with how the actual ending of the novel was included in the TV anime, as if any potential Season Two would just skip Volumes 4 and 5 of the novels. But that doesn"t have anything khổng lồ bởi with the unique of this book. ...more