This is the first "original English light novel" published by an American company. It was edited by Paul Witcover, who has worked with Del Rey, Tor, Tokyopop, and DC Comics and has written a Nebula-nominated novel.
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Inspired by anime, superhero movies, RPG video games, and similar media, this story blends the best of all worlds.
The chapters are written as if they were TV episodes. Each chapter can be read in the time it takes to watch a TV episode, and the whole book can be read in the time it takes to watch a three-hour movie.
The book is rated 13+ due to violence. A light novel is a short form of writing popular in Japan. These books predominately focus on dialogue and action.
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