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Tokyo Ravens (Novel)  
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An Onmyodo School Fantasy of a Failing Private Onmyo Academy Student!!

Tsuchimikado Harutora was born into a prestigious Onmyoji family, but he can't see "spirit energy". Therefore, he's been enjoying a peaceful daily life with his friends at an Onmyo branch school. One day, his childhood friend Tsuchimikado Natsume, heir to the head family, suddenly appears. Will this cause his destiny spring into motion!?


Related Series
Tokyo Ravens (Spin-Off)

Associated Names
東京レイヴンズ (小説)

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Latest Release(s)
v.14 c.1 by Baka-Tsuki 4 months ago
v.13 c.5 by Baka-Tsuki 4 months ago
v.13 c.4 by Baka-Tsuki 4 months ago
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Status in Country of Origin
15 Volumes (Ongoing)
2 Volumes (Side Stories) (Ongoing)

Completely Scanlated?

Anime Start/End Chapter
Starts at Vol 1, Chap 1
Ends at Vol 9, Chap 5

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User Rating
Average: 8.8 / 10.0 (51 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.94 / 10.0
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Last Updated
September 16th 2017, 3:05pm PST



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Original Publisher
Fujimi Shobo (Fujimi Fantasia Bunko)

Serialized In (magazine)
Dragon Magazine (Fujimi Shobo)

Licensed (in English)

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Weekly Pos #734 increased(+174)
Monthly Pos #1392 increased(+583)
3 Month Pos #2637 increased(+413)
6 Month Pos #3525 increased(+727)

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by twin12spica
February 16th, 2015, 9:56pm
I agree with leloar. Totally.

I've always been a book person, so the light novel having a lot of fillers and spending too much time on premise didn't deter me from reading through the entire thing. But yes, I highly recommend that you watch the anime before you read the light novel. Because the anime is more straight to the point.

Tokyo Ravens piles conspiracies upon conspiracies, although this isn't noticeable until around volume 6 or 7. Before that, it just seems like some generic shounen manga that uses exorcism/ Onmyoudou as a plot device, but when the revelations come, you start to realize that everything has a deeper meaning, that all of them are tied by fate and that the deus ex machinas are not really deus ex machinas. The story is very craftly written, and it's probably one of the best light novels I've read so far.
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Highly recommended!   
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by leloar
June 25th, 2014, 3:47am
I'm surprised that the novel version doesn't have any reviews yet. As you may know, there was a recent anime version that came out (season one's done!! They're doing more). It starts off really boring in the first few volumes but they serve to lay some solid groundwork for the plot to take off. It also builds a lot of character development. I can't say too much without spoiling this haha. It's sort of like Kekkaishi except it actually does something with the story. The filler chapters themselves create further character development too! The synopsis doesn't do the novel enough justice - it makes it sound too generic. It's sort of similar to Shounen Omnyouji too. I would watch the anime first since they trimmed out the fillers that the novel has. Then I would read the novel afterwards smile That way you don't get bored too fast before getting into the heart of the plot (around volume two, three) imo.
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