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Juni Taisen: Zodiac War Hardcover – October 10, 2017
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About the Author
Born 1981. In 2002, NISIOISIN’s novel The Beheading Cycle won the 23rd Mephisto Prize and became his debut publication. Among his numerous novels are the Zaregoto series, the Monogatari series, the Densetsu series, and the Bokyaku Tantei series. He also wrote the manga tie-in novel Death Note: Another Note. As a manga writer, he has appeared in the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine with his series Medaka Box—also collected in a 22-volume set—and his Ogiri series of one-shot manga stories have seen the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump, Jump Square, Weekly Young Jump, and Bessatsu Margaret.
Born 1984. Illustrator Hikaru Nakamura made her debut in 2001 with her manga Kairi no Sue in the Monthly Gangan Wing magazine. Her other works include Arakawa Under the Bridge, published in Young Gangan, and 2009 Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize winner Saint Young Men, published in Monthly Morning Two. She previously collaborated with NISIOISIN for his Ogiri series with “The One Wish I Really Want to Come True, and the Ninety-Nine Others I Don’t So Much.”
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I liked that it didn't slow itself down trying to over-analyze or present things, so the pacing ended up being very nice, though it still managed to surprise you at times with sudden character deaths or incidents you wouldn't have otherwise expected.
The book itself has a minimal amount of art, as expected in VN's, though it does have a chapter-cover for each character, as well as the book's cover itself.
My only complaint with the story is the ending. It opens up a number of possible concerns about a larger world or tale relating to the "elite" who create and run this zodiac warfare, as well as the question as to what the victor actually wished for, but never solidifies or explains it. While this may have been the author's attempt at a "Think about an ending for yourself", it came across a bit weak.
All in all a super fun read that managed to keep me occupied for a while. :)
I recommend anyone who read the book to watch the anime because so far the anime has developed the characters much more than the book. If you watched the anime, you can probably skip this book.