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No Game No Life Novel Volume 4

4.5 star rating out of 5
3 Reviews
SKU: 9780316385213

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About No Game No Life Novel Volume 4

No Game, No Life Novel Volume 4 is written by Yuu Kamiya.

Having been transported to the world of Disboard, where everything is decided by games, Sora and Shiro (who together form the unstoppable gamer team "Blank") are still winning. They've racked up an unbroken string of victories against opponents armed with all manner of magic and treachery. As the pair enjoy a well-deserved vacation in the Eastern Union, they're approached by a Dhampir named Plum. Sora and Shiro prepare for battle, but this game is one of the very few they haven't beaten and mastered - the game of love!


  • Publisher: YEN ON
  • Media: Novels
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Themes: Adventure, Fan Service
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 3/22/2016
  • Page Count: 224
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5

A detour in NGNL's signature style

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This is the first volume that continues the No Game No Life story past the end of the anime series. Sora and Shiro have just forged an alliance with the werebeasts when they come upon an opportunity to conquer two more races. While Kamiya does initially appear to contrive various reasons to have a "beach episode" for the numerous females in the cast, it logically fits in with the detailed backstory for the new races entering the stage in addition to the expected gaming intrigue and cheating/exploitation/strategy shenanigans featured in every NGNL story.

The biggest thing to know about novel 4 is that it is only the first part in this particular plotline; the game started in this volume will be continuing in novel 5. Regardless, fans of the previous volumes will no doubt enjoy this story and be eagerly awaiting the next book.

4 star rating out of 5

Beyond the Anime

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The volume picks up where the anime ends, that is, after the game against Werebeasts. Doubling in territory size isn't all dandy and pretty flowers as they would expect though. Added to that there's an odd visitor with an even odder request from our Elkia monarchs that involve two new races. There's a beach scene but remember the one we got during Jibril's word game? That's waaay better.

Removed a star because, honestly I got slightly bored with it. The newly introduced races were, frankly, disappointing. Pretty sly of them though. Of course in NGNL, nothing is as it seems. This is the first part of an arc, which would be concluded on the next volume, thankfully.

5 star rating out of 5

beyond the anime adaptation


This is the first volume goes beyond the anime adaptation, so it was nice to finally learn more about the story. This series gets weirder and weirder as the book progresses and it seems that the author is kind of just throwing things around in this series it is kind of hard to keep track. The leads are funny the surroundings and other characters are kind of weird and it makes it seem that a fantasy world is the weirdest place you ever want to be.