Final Fantasy Xv: The Dawn Of The Future
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Final Fantasy Xv: The Dawn Of The Future

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A volume of all-new, character-driven stories expanding on the world of the hit video game Final Fantasy XV. This deluxe, hardcover edition includes full-color inserts featuring concept art and exclusive content. To oppose the gods or yield to fate? That is the question confronting each of the characters in The Dawn of the Future. Ardyn, having saved countless lives from the Starscourge, means to become the Founder King of Lucis and instead is cast into tragic exile. On the day the Empire falls, as the imperial capital collapses around them, Commodore Aranea is entrusted with the life of a singular young girl. The Oracle Lunafreya, upon awakening from the slumber of death, discovers that her body has undergone an extraordinary transformation. And after gazing upon the eternal, Noctis, the True King, finally comes to terms with his destiny. Herein lie the stories of the dawning of a new world in Final Fantasy XV.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 400 pages
  • 146 x 213mm | 566.99g
  • United States
  • English
  • 56 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1646090004
  • 9781646090006
  • 9,854

About Jun Eishima

Jun Eishima was born in 1964 in Fukuoka Prefecture. Her extensive backlist includes stories set in the Final Fantasy, Nier: Automata, and Drakengard universes. Under the name Emi Nagashima, she has also authored The Cat Thief Hinako's Case Files, among other works. In 2016, she received the 69th Mystery Writers of Japan Award (Short Story division), for the title Old Maid.
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