Mushoku Tensei : Jobless Reincarnation (Manga) Vol. 9
by Rifujin Na Magonote and Yuka Fujikawa


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For fans of No Game, No Life and Sword Art Online comes a manga series about reincarnation in a fantasy world.

An unemployed otaku has just reached the lowest point in his life. He wants nothing more than the ability to start over, but just as he thinks it may be possible...he gets hit by a truck and dies Shockingly, he finds himself reborn into an infant's body in a strange new world of swords and magic.  Read more...


 
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More About Mushoku Tensei by Rifujin Na Magonote; Yuka Fujikawa
 
 
 
Overview

For fans of No Game, No Life and Sword Art Online comes a manga series about reincarnation in a fantasy world.

An unemployed otaku has just reached the lowest point in his life. He wants nothing more than the ability to start over, but just as he thinks it may be possible...he gets hit by a truck and dies Shockingly, he finds himself reborn into an infant's body in a strange new world of swords and magic.

His identity now is Rudeus Greyrat, yet he still retains the memories of his previous life. Reborn into a new family, Rudeus makes use of his past experiences to forge ahead in this fantasy world as a true prodigy--gifted with maturity beyond his years and a natural born talent for magic. With swords instead of chopsticks, and spell books instead of the Internet, can Rudeus redeem himself in this wondrous yet dangerous land?


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781642751192
  • ISBN-10: 1642751197
  • Publisher: Seven Seas
  • Publish Date: August 2019
  • Page Count: 180
  • Reading Level: Ages 13-UP

Series: Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation #1

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Books > Young Adult Fiction > Comics & Graphic Novels - Manga

 
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