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No Game no Life. Mangá - Volume 1 (Português) Capa dura – 30 nov 2014
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I really liked the dynamic between the brother and sister. They way they understand and need each other. It's not the usual brocon/siscon, or other commonly used themes. I really enjoy how they see the world. The good and the bad. It is a really solid and enjoyable story.
got the light novel instead. Half of those who think they're getting
the novel wind up with the manga, so things are still in balance, lol.
Still, I wasn't disappointed in the end, except for the fact that the
first novel takes you only about halfway through the first season of
the anime. The writing captures the spirit of the anime quite well, and
I found myself identifying with Sora even more that with the anime,
where he's much more smart-alecky.
The co-dependent relationship with his sister Shiro may disturb some
readers, but even this is dealt with matter-of-factly (and humorously).
It is what it is, and the two have adapted to it.
I've already ordered the second novel, and am looking forward to the
continuation of the story, though I will undoubtedly get the manga this
The main characters play to win with nothing held back for social graces. This makes them appear villainous at times, but the real causes are their complete dedication to victory and the desperation of the situation.
This is different from most novels in which the protagonists just roll with the punches. This series of novels is a non-stop setup of the reader and non-protagonists being caught by surprise at just how, and when, the game was really won. I think it might appeal to mystery novel audiences looking to indulge in a bit of fantasy.