Kingdom Hearts: The Novel (light novel)

Kingdom Hearts: The Novel (light novel)

Shiro Amano Tomoko Kanemaki Tetsuya Nomura / Dec 15, 2019

Kingdom Hearts The Novel light novel On the Destiny Islands three children Sora Riku and Kairi are living out their peaceful carefree lives while yearning for whatever lies beyond the great ocean But one night an unexpected disaster

  • Title: Kingdom Hearts: The Novel (light novel)
  • Author: Shiro Amano Tomoko Kanemaki Tetsuya Nomura
  • ISBN: 9780316260190
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • On the Destiny Islands, three children Sora, Riku, and Kairi are living out their peaceful, carefree lives while yearning for whatever lies beyond the great ocean But one night, an unexpected disaster takes place, and the three are torn from each other and their island home Meanwhile, at Disney Castle, Donald Duck and the other castle residents are in an uproar upon diOn the Destiny Islands, three children Sora, Riku, and Kairi are living out their peaceful, carefree lives while yearning for whatever lies beyond the great ocean But one night, an unexpected disaster takes place, and the three are torn from each other and their island home Meanwhile, at Disney Castle, Donald Duck and the other castle residents are in an uproar upon discovering King Mickey has suddenly gone missing When fate brings them together, Sora, Donald, and Goofy set out on a grand Disney adventure to find their friends

    Kingdom Hearts The Story So Far PlayStation Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Hearts tells the story of the power of friendship and light vs darkness as Sora and his friends embark on a perilous adventure Set in a vast array of Disney and Pixar worlds, Kingdom Hearts follows the journey of Sora, an unknowing heir to a spectacular power. KINGDOM HEARTS KINGDOM HEARTS is a series of action role playing games developed and published by Square Enix under the direction of Tetsuya Nomura The series is a collaboration between Square Enix and Disney KINGDOM HEARTS follows the main protagonist Sora, a Keyblade wielder, as he travels to many Disney worlds with Donald Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Hearts Wiki, the Kingdom Hearts Between Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep and Kingdom Hearts They overthrow and banish Ansem, with Xehanort taking Ansem s name and, soon after, the hearts of himself and his fellows, creating his Heartless, Ansem, Seeker of Darkness, and the first Organization XIII, with Kingdom Hearts The Story So Far IGN Oct , Kingdom Hearts The Story So Far takes players through nine chapters of the beloved Kingdom Hearts series Keyblade wielders can relive the Heart Kingdom Hearts Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Kingdom Hearts is the largest and grandest heart of all The heart of all worlds, it is a source of fantastic power and wisdom, and as such is sought out by many villains for different reasons The artificial Kingdom Hearts of Kingdom Hearts II takes on the shape of a heart shaped moon, which further reinforces the fact it is the heart of all worlds. Kingdom Hearts Story Summary youtube Mar , Also, thanks to the Kingdom Hearts Subreddit for helping me through these games All game footage captured and edited by Suggestive Gaming please do Kingdom Hearts III Video Game Storyline Kingdom Hearts III is the rd installment in the main line of games in the Kingdom Hearts Franchise The game will follow Sora as he tries to stop Master Xehanort from recreating the x blade in order to open Kingdom Hearts, while at the same time trying to save the hearts of Terra, Aqua, Ventus, Xion, and Roxas. Kingdom Hearts III The Kotaku Review Kingdom Hearts III still does the thing where a cutscene ends and then I walk forward for literally less than one second before there s a fade to black and another cutscene. Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Hearts II was revised into Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, which contains material than the original release, such as additional cutscenes and bosses Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix was released with Kingdom Hearts Re Chain of Memories in a collection titled Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix , which was released in Japan on March , . KINGDOM HEARTS The Story So Far for PlayStation GameStop Product Details In KINGDOM HEARTS THE STORY SO FAR , Keyblade wielders can relive the magical adventures of Sora, Donald Duck, Goofy and friends as they attempt to stop the Heartless invasion that threatens their universe.

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        Shiro Amano , born January 4, 1976 is a Japanese manga artist who has worked on several projects, including his adaptation on the popular Kingdom Hearts series.


    712 Comments



    1. Honestly, the rating is probably closer to 2.5 than 3, but I rounded up because I love Kingdom Hearts and I really wanted to like this book. You can guess what it is - a novelization of the first game and its ending. (Not the secret one - Another Side, Another Story would have been fairly confusing to put into the book.) I obviously wasn't expecting anything new, but I was still disappointed at its lack of substance. The book is badly translated, straight up. There are more than a few instances [...]



    2. if you have never played the game and you judge books for the writing style then this book isn't for you. As a fan I LOVED it! you actually get to be inside their heads in those moments, something you don't get in the game unless its important. although I am a bit upset that we didn't get to see all the worlds but that is my only complaint, everything else was great and I can't wait for the other books to come out.


    3. Wow, everything sucks about this book.The writing is very fast and it expects you to be familiar with the game, so if you aren't you'll be left confused. That being said it has be written for kids, BUT the way the story jumps around it's just not good writing. Even for children. Like we found someone, then they are running off and we are running off, then we catch up, then someone appears the disappears. It's just that quick and the boss fights last as almost as long as a summary paragraph.Then [...]


    4. 2.75Although I enjoyed reading this, for me it didn't really work as a novel. The pacing felt quiet off and I felt like a few things/details that could have been included were left out. However the new snippets were a nice addition, I think some of them were in the Manga too?I wouldn't think this would be a good introduction to the series for someone who has not played the game. As I said above I had some issues with the pacing and some things weren't well established and explained so I have a f [...]


    5. This kinda reminds me of fanfiction. Not super spectacular, but pretty decent if you're a fan of the game. Sadly, people who haven't played it might not understand some things because it doesn't go into a lot of detail. Still, pretty good. :)



    6. Overall, Kingdom Hearts: The Novel does a good job of retelling the story of the first Kingdom Hearts game. In fact, even though it's been years since I played it, I could tell some dialogues were taken straight from the game, give or take a few expressions, and the charm of it all quickly made me remember the scenes themselves and the emotions while playing.However, this also means that the book relies heavily on the reader actually having more context on what's going on than it strives to prov [...]


    7. Disclosure of Bias: I love the Kingdom Hearts games and they are very child-nostalgia for me so it is difficult for me to not love the novelization.But no, I do feel like this is a very good adaptation of the video game. If you've played the game then there are no real surprises. But I imagine most who pick up this novel has played the game before. Knowing that this is a translation, there were no weird lost in translation blips either as everything flowed rather nicely.The characters feel very [...]


    8. It's a love-it-or-hate-it thing. Myself? I LOVED it. The Kingdom Hearts novel abridges the Disney world parts and spends a lot of time with the original characters and core plot. You get fifty pages of Destiny Islands, maybe ten of Wonderland. It's a way of acknowledging that, while the Disney elements are why you probably showed up, it's not the meat of Kingdom Hearts.Other readers will likely hate it for the same thing ("I skipped all that memories and friendship bullshit," says that one frien [...]


    9. Tengo mis dudas con las 2 estrellas, pero allá vaSe lee de una asentada. Como buen fan de la saga de Kingdom Hearts que soy, admito que KH: The Novel hace un trabajo "aceptable" al volver a contar los acontecimientos del primer juego. Pero solo eso. Entiendo que los diálogos estén "calcados" del videojuego, pero más que una novela, siento que he leído un fan fic. Los acontecimientos suceden a una velocidad tan alta, si bien se asemeja al ritmo que en ocasiones el juego puede tener, hace que [...]


    10. As a fan of the Kingdom Hearts franchise, I enjoyed this book very much. It offers a more in-depth view of how Sora feels and thinks throughout the main story while being creative and new in areas with how it is presented. It is much more immersive than I thought it would be when I first picked it up. Even my mother enjoyed reading the book and she isn't very familiar with the series at all.This book is presented in a beautiful glossy cover and the pages are clean and easy to read, having modera [...]



    11. Kingdom Hearts is not a game easy to put into words. In fact, it presents very little dialogue, and that was the main problem of this novelization. To begin with, the writing is very simplistic. Expect no detailed descriptions of anything - places, characters, the different Heartless or even the action scenes. Every boss ends up beaten in a page or less, and everything in general happens very fast. Now, I remember reading in Haruki Murakami's 1Q84 that when you present the readers something that [...]


    12. I'm a huge fan of Kingdom Hearts, even though I think the storyline is a bit convoluted. I never saw convolution as a bad thing, only it may be hard to follow or difficult to remember every single important detail. The transition from Kingdom Hearts 1 into Kingdom Hearts 2 was a bit of a headache, but eventually, it paid off.The novel adaptation, however, does not do the game justice. When anyone reads an adaptation, they expect it to be "adapted" from the original story. In other words, expande [...]


    13. As a long-term player of the Kingdom Hearts series, I was really looking forward to reading this book.I should say I wasn't expecting an amazing, epic read. The story is tailored to a younger audience, so I went in with that in mind. Because of this it took me a while to get into the story, but it can't be judged on that.Overall I did enjoy the story. There was additional expansion into the friendship between Sora, Donald and Goofy, as well as their responses to having to fight, their thoughts, [...]


    14. Kingdom Hearts is quite possible my favorite game of all time. When I saw that it had been novelized, I almost flipped my shit. I've read the manga back in middle/high school, but to see an actual novel of this was an opportunity I couldn't pass up.This novel was spot on to the game, giving it great justice. It even had some of the original dialogue from the video game, at the exact same places they did. Reading it made me feel like I was actually playing it and when I was finished, I just wante [...]


    15. I love Kingdom Hearts, and was excited to give this novel a read. Sadly though, I feel like the game just doesn't transpose to novel really well. I know there will be differences from the game, since I'll play through the game differently than the next person, but too often the "boss battles" of each world are cut down to a paragraph or two, with what felt like very little description. Also, they completely cut out several of the worlds and the various Keyblades. It was still a pretty decent nov [...]


    16. This is a nice, easy read for those who are already familiar with Kingdom Hearts through the games, but I definitely wouldn't recommend it to a new fan. The writing is very simple and doesn't typically go into a lot of detail, even in the big important action scenes. This isn't too much of a problem, of course, if you're familiar with the games since you can just imagine the scenes from the game, but it does limit the impact of the novel. I did really enjoy the illustrations that were included t [...]


    17. Overall, it covered a majority of the storyline, minus events in Atlantica, the Olympus Coliseum, and Halloweentown. What really irritated me was the choppiness of the writing and lack of detail describing the worlds. Not that I expected new dialogue, but the set up of the book just seemed really off. Robotic like. If you're a die hard fan or someone needing A quick review of the game before Kingdom Hearts 3 comes out, read it. But be prepared to be a little disappointed


    18. Llevaba AÑOS esperando que tradujeran este libro. Aunque es cierto que no todos los mundos del juego se incluyen en el libro, está lo más esencial. Lo que más me ha gustado ha sido que los diálogos eran iguales y en ocasiones podíamos saber qué pensaban los personajes.Muy bueno para poder entender un poco más la historia sin tener que jugar.


    19. I'm a Disney fan and played a little of the game several years ago. At the end of the day, this is a novel based on a video game. Interesting plot but not super good writing. Disney fans and fans of the game will enjoy it.


    20. As a kid, I loved this series. I indulged in everything from video games, books, so on and so forth. Now, while I still like KH I don't have the same love as I did as a kid, I just prefer the video games.


    21. It was an awesome book although to be honest it came out to have a complex ending which had made me confused. other than that it's an really awesome book, i recommend everybody to read it




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