Attack on Titan End of the World Novel

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About Attack on Titan End of the World Novel

Attack on Titan End of the World features author Touji Asakura and story created by Hajime Isayama.

Ever since the horde of seemingly immortal and mindless giants emerged a century ago, humanity has been eking out a secluded existence behind a series of concentric walls. The precarious peace does not last, and childhood friends Eren, Armin, and Mikasa, who witness the end of the world as they know it, embark on an infernal journey with no paradise in sight.

In this novelization of both parts of the mega-hit comic’s theatrical adaptation, the series’ familiar setting, plot, and themes are reconfigured into a compact whole that is fully accessible to the uninitiated and strangely clarifying for fans of the original.


  • Publisher: VERTICAL
  • Media: Novels
  • Genre: Action, Horror
  • Themes: Battles, Powers, Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Release Date: 11/22/2016
  • Page Count: 380
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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The novel version of the movie that may almost be better than the movie!

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I will always love and defend the ‘Attack on Titan’ movie—having said that, I have to admit this novel version is actually an improvement over it in several ways. It was like the author read the script and then wrote the characters based on how he understood them from the anime. While the characters’ fates remain unchanged from the movie, they still make different decisions and do things in different ways that are actually more meaningful than what was in the movie. Also, almost all the plot-holes found in the movie version actually get filled up here! While the movie's primary concern was keeping things cinematic, a book doesn’t have that kind of luxury, providing only information instead, and in some ways provides a fuller picture because of it. For those that have seen the movie and/or thought little of it, it would not hurt either way to give this novel a read.