Final Fantasy Novels

Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy tie-in novels are being released in English by Yen On (Yen Press).

Final Fantasy VII Novels

Final Fantasy VII: On the Way to a Smile
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Released October 30, 2018 — ISBN-13: 978-1975382353

Author: Kazushige Nojima
Illustrator: Kazushige Nojima

Synopsis: A series of short stories filling the gaps between the video game installments Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, this is an absolute must-own for any enthusiast of the Final Fantasy franchise!

Final Fantasy VII: The Kids are Alright – A Turks Side Story
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Released January 22, 2019 — ISBN-13: 978-1975382360

Author: Kazushige Nojima
Illustrator: Sho-u Tajima, Tetsuya Nomura

Synopsis: I thought my place in the world was gone, but the world is so much bigger than I ever realized. Evan Townshend is just one of many who lost everything during Meteorfall two years ago, and like the others, he has had to rebuild his life. In his case, this means working for Mireille’s Investigative Services, a small company that tracks down missing friends and family. But when a case of mistaken identity drags him into a run-in with the Shinra Company’s intimidating Administrative Research Department (better known as the Turks), Evan and his fellow investigator Kyrie Canaan begin ajourney to discover the truth-about both the world around them and themselves. And the truths they uncover may run deeper than they expect… Experience another side of the world of FINAL FANTASY VII with this prequel to Advent Children!

Final Fantasy XIII Novels

Final Fantasy XIII: Episode Zero – Promise
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Released April 30, 2019 — ISBN-13: 978-1975382407

Author: Jun Eishima
Original Concept: Motomu Toriyama, Daisuke Watanabe

Synopsis: Before destiny was decided… In the futuristic society of Cocoon, all the needs of the people are taken care of by the godlike fal’Cie. The only threat to their comfortable lives is the world of Pulse below, ruled by its own fal’Cie with their own intentions. And should trouble ever arise, the fal’Cie sometimes choose humans to do their bidding-and life will never be the same for these people marked by fate. Before the unlikely heroes of FINAL FANTASY XIII banded together, each had their own story to tell. This series of short stories chronicles the last few days before their encounter with a fal’Cie, providing a deeper look at the characters of the hit game!

Final Fantasy XIII-2: Fragments Before
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Released July 30, 2019 — ISBN-13: 978-1975382377

Author: Jun Eishima
Original Concept: Motomu Toriyama, Daisuke Watanabe

Synopsis: This series of character-driven short stories provides a deeper look at the events leading up to the second installment of the hit game series Final Fantasy XIII!

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Fragments After (paperback, ebook)
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Released October 29, 2019 -- ISBN-13: 978-1975382384

Author: Jun Eishima
Original Concept: Motomu Toriyama, Daisuke Watanabe

Synopsis: This collection of short episodes follows the central players of FINAL FANTASY XIII-2, tying together the different eras of the time-traveling second installment of the hit series!

Final Fantasy I – II – III

Final Fantasy I*II*III: Memory of Heroes (paperback)
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Releasing August 18, 2020 -- ISBN-13: 978-1975382391

Author: Takashi Umemura

Synopsis: The struggle between the light and the darkness begins here in this collection of short stories retelling of the events of the first three Final Fantasy games!

Reviews of Final Fantasy Novels

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Related Video Games

Final Fantasy VII — released for Sony Playstation in January 1997
Final Fantasy XIII — released for Sony Playstation 3 in December 2009, Xbox 360 in March 2010

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