We’re already a few days into November, so it’s time for another post linking some light novel articles I’ve come across the past month.
- The Alice in the Country of Diamonds light novel released in English this past month. For an extensive review of that, you can read one on themadpuppy85’s Tumblr blog.
- From Melodicity, a post giving details on the Steins;Gate light novels has been posted. Will some of these ever be localized, I wonder?
- Also from Melodicity, a review of the first volume of Psycho Love Comedy.
- Some more MMO-themed light novel reviews from Windborne: Only Sense Online by Aloha Zachou and web novel Arifureta by Chuuni Suki both sound like interesting entries.
- For a MMO-themed Korean light novel, here is East of the Wire’s review of The Legendary Moonlight Sculptor.
- Animetics takes a look at how many pages the average light novel is–or more specifically, for those that were adapted into anime in 2013.
- For those interested in picking up a physical copy of Another (which was released only as ebooks last year), you can now order a hardcover omnibus that includes both volumes of the story: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Book Depository.
- Fans of Sword Art Online games can look forward to the upcoming entry on PS Vita and Playstation 3–Sword Art Online: Lost Song.
- And speaking of light novel video games, fighting game enthusiasts can look forward to Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, which releases in Japan on November 13th–also for PS Vita and Playstation 3.
- Shameful plug: I wrote a web novel called I’m (Sort of) an Expert on Ghosts. Feel free to give it a look if that sounds interesting to you!
Any other light novel articles or news you wish to share here? Be sure to leave a comment!