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J-Novel Club AnimeExpo Announcements

J-Novel Club AnimeExpo Announcements
Seb Reid
Author: Seb Reid

Seb has been an anime fan since the late 90s and is particularly fond of anything post-apocalyptic, amusing, catgirly, ecchi or containing exquisite aerial battles. Living in Leeds with his cats and living up the bachelor life, Seb enjoys whiling the nights away deep in a book, game or a damn good series. 


We are big fans of our light novels at UKA and its good to see that the subscription service, J-Novel club have added more titles to their already large roster.

  • “Amagi Brilliant Park”
  • “Kokoro Connect”
  • “Gear Drive”
  • “Seirei Gensouki: Spirit Chronicles”
  • “Sorcerous Stabber Orphen”
  • “JK Haru is a Sex Worker in Another World”
  • “Last and First Idol”
  • “Märchen der Werwolf: The Annals of Veight

Are all immediately available on their service.

Additionally, they are now looking to release physical editions of some of their series in all good bookshops starting with the popular series “In Another World With My Smartphone.” 

Its also worth noting that many of their releases are also available via Amazon Kindle and other good ebook services on a volume-by-volume basis.

I heartily recommend Infinite Stratos which is on the Amazon kindle store!

Source: J-Novel Club

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