All novels are written by Shūsuke Amagi and illustrated by Miyū. With short synopsis on their respective pages.
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Legend of Regios

Legends of Regios Light Novel

Chrome Shelled Regios

Chrome Shelled Regios Light Novel

Regios crusade

Regios Crusade Light Novel

Chrome Shelled Regios is Amagi's second work of light novels that won the Academy Category Award in the Light Novel Awards held in 2007. Its theme is based on apocalyptic-fiction. Due to humanity's dependence on over technology, the world faces its ruin and its share of fantasy elements - like the fairies, magic and monsters prominent in the story. In other words, it is a mixture that would be described as 'A World of Sword & Sorcery'.

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A light novel (ライトノベル raito noberu) is a style of Japanese novel primarily targeting middle and high school students. Such short, light novels are often called ranobe (ラノベ) or LN in the West. They are typically not more than 40,000–50,000 words long (the shorter ones being equivalent to a novella in US publishing terms), rarely exceed 200 pages, often have dense publishing schedules, are usually published in bunkobon* size, and are often illustrated(with popular anime style covers and illustrations in the beginning of each story). The text is often serialized in anthology magazines before collection in book form.

Bunkobon: Small-format paperback books, designed to be affordable and portable. The great majority of bunkobon are A6 (105×148mm or 4.1"×5.8") in size and are sometimes illustrated. Like other Japanese paperbacks, they usually have a dust wrapper over a plain cover. They are used for similar purposes as Western mass market paperbacks: generally for cheaper editions of books which have already been published as hardbacks. However, they are typically printed on durable paper and durably bound.

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