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Jan 4, 2016
Preliminary
There's a certain kind of joy that only comes from exploring and experiencing new things. Whether it comes from playing an immersive video game or reading an engrossing book, or perhaps even traveling and finding new things yourself, that feeling is truly unmistakable. From the first volume, Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon manages to elicit that very feeling, to the extent where not even the piles of brick-sized volumes can satisfy my craving for more. Despite being a story about a looming apocalypse, it creates a world you can't help but want to live forever in.

Like its (very, very distant) prequel Owari no Chronicle, and read more
Sep 21, 2015
---This is a spoiler-free review---

“What exactly is the enemy?
History? People? Common sense?
Or is it all of them?“ - Owari no Chronicle 1-A

Stories where a hero and his ragtag group of friends save the world from certain doom are dime-a-dozen. What is not so common is for this to be done by a self-proclaimed villain, working for a corporation responsible for destroying several other worlds, by the way of negotiating with the survivors of those worlds over the sins of his predecessors, all the while discovering that everything he took for a fact was a lie. Oh, and there's also lots of mechanical dragons, read more