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WorldEnd What Do You Do At The End of the World? Are You Busy? Will You Save Us? Novel Volume 1

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SKU: 9781975326876

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About WorldEnd What Do You Do At The End of the World? Are You Busy? Will You Save Us? Novel Volume 1

WorldEnd: What Do You Do At The End of the World? Are You Busy? Will You Save Us? Novel Volume 1 is written by Akira Kareno with illustrations by Ue.

Everyone wants to be remembered...

Untold years after the strange Beasts drove humanity to extinction, Willem emerges from his slumber as the sole survivor. A new civilization of various other races has risen on the floating islands, but there's no place for a featureless human among them. After aimlessly wandering for a time, Willem grudgingly accepts a job with the military, only to discover that the "weapons" he watches over are in fact young faeries. As he slowly learns more about the children and how they're linked to his past, the war with the Beasts grows increasingly desperate. When the girls prepare to fight a hopeless battle, is there anything a lone human can do...?


  • Publisher: YEN ON
  • Media: Novels
  • Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 7/24/2018
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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5 star rating out of 5

A must read if you love the anime

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I loved the anime, but I was really curious as to the content of the novels. I knew there was more than the anime. The novel is definitely a must read. Many extra little details are filled in that are missing. You also get to see a little more into what goes on in Willem's head.

5 star rating out of 5

Good Read

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Pretty enjoyable so far. It has a really interesting post-apocalyptic world that's well built. The cast is not only cute but well developed. The magic system seems interesting. I haven't watched the anime yet, but I probably will after I finish the series.

3 star rating out of 5


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I slogged through the 5 main volumes and will sum it up with this: wasted potential. There were times in this series where I wanted to shout, "Yes, give me more of this!" but those times were few and far between.
My main complaints:
1. Author fell into the common trap of vague=mysterious. No, it's just annoying. The best volume of the series is the one that actually explains the MC's backstory. But you have to push through several books to get there.
2. Especially at the beginning, there is so much jargon. Is it "emnetwiht" or "humanity?" Are they interchangeable? Seems like it, but then again, who knows.
3. People say it's a tearjerker. I guess I can agree it's sad. But it just feels like it's sad for sadness' sake. There's just so much self-pity that it gets to the point where you think, "Okay, I get it already..."
If you're slightly interested, read the first novel. If you're kind of on the fence after Vol. 1, then be warned that it'll take a little while for it to get better.