Chaos;Child -Children’s Revive-


Author: Umehara Eiji
Illustrator: Sasaki Mutsuki

Synopsis


(WARNING: COMPLETE SPOILERS FOR CHAOS;CHILD)


Autumn, 2015. With the arrest of the youth called Miyashiro Takuru, the succession of bizarre serial killing cases known as the “Return of the New Generation Madness” which shook the streets of Shibuya had ended, but not without casting a shadow over Shibuya and its people.
Yamazoe Uki. Kazuki Hana. Arimura Hinae. Kunosato Mio. Minamisawa Senri. Onoe Serika.
For these girls who were by his side in the heart of the incident, what was it that they had thought and ascertained up till now, half a year after those cases—.
This is a complete new work by Umehara Eiji, the overall scenario writer of Chaos;Child, which depicts the afterwards of this masterpiece.


14 thoughts on “Chaos;Child -Children’s Revive-

  1. I played chaod head when it was out in english and then considered it my favorite Visual Novel. I am now waiting for the chaos Head Noah translation before starting Chaod Child, I’ll have to be patient I guess ^^’

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  2. I really enjoyed C;H too! But, I’ll say there’s not really a need to play Noah before C;C as they only pretty much share the same setting, and who knows when it will be released. But hey, that’s totally up to you.

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  3. Thank you for translating this! I was looking for more stories following Chaos;Child and this was exactly what I wanted.

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  4. Thank you so much for translating this! Really appreciate your hard work! There were a few mistakes here and there, but they’re pretty minor and it is absolutely readable from start to finish! Well worth a read for anyone who’s finished Chaos;Child and wants a bit more closure to the story. Although I enjoyed Chaos;Child (the VN) a lot, I feel like the ending did rush a few concepts which were introduced pretty late in the story, and some of the character arcs felt slightly incomplete- this book does help to some extent with those issues!

    Thanks also to ForrrmerBlack for making epub/PDF versions of this- was nice being able to read this on a Kindle!

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