Light Novel Volume 17 is the 17th volume of the In Another World With My Smartphone light novel series written by Patora Fuyuhara with illustrations by Eiji Usatsuka.
Doctor Babylon creates a new technological breakthrough thanks to the help of Elluka, a renowned Gollem engineer. What is this new invention, you might ask? Why, it's the Core Frame, of course! A new, revolutionary animal-shaped mech that interfaces with the Gollems of the Reverse World. But will they be able to iron out all the kinks before disaster strikes? The golden mutants stand poised to bring the Reverse World to ruin, and they won't wait around for countermeasures to be perfected! Brace yourself for a tale of swords, sorcery, and political powerplays!
- Chapter 1 - Interdimensional Networking.
- Interlude - The Otherworld Restaurant.
- Chapter 2 - The Great Marriage Caper.
- Chapter 3 - The Amazing Race.
- Chapter 4 - The Puzzling Horn Concerto.
Hello again, I hope you enjoyed reading In Another World With My Smartphone Volume 17. Thanks for sticking around as always.
It’s currently May as I write this, so the book won’t be released for a few months. It’s getting hot already, though... What’s the deal with that?! I can’t stand it. I wonder if summer’s gonna be a scorcher this year. To be honest, my productivity plummets in the summer months... I just get tired all the time.
I eat, then I get a stomachache, then I get fatigued, and then I get all hot and bothered. It’s tiresome.
Summer months are like hell to me. If I leave the air conditioner on, I just end up feeling queasy after a while... That’s why I hope from the bottom of my heart that summer passes fast. I bought a massage chair recently because I had trouble sleeping, but the front door of my house had to come off when bringing it in... I ordered it without taking proper measurements, whoops.
First time I used it, I was all like “Owowow... Oof...” but I quickly got used to it. Now I can fall asleep on that thing like a baby.
However, since it’s in a room that doesn’t have air conditioning, I have a sinking feeling that it’s going to become a torture device in the summer months...
Either way, I’m glad I’ve been working more efficiently lately.
It’s been four years since the books started releasing in Japan. I can’t believe we’re already at seventeen volumes! It feels like it was just yesterday that I got a call about novelizing my story.
Thanks for your continued support, everyone.
And here are my other thanks, as usual.
Thank you to Eiji Usatsuka, I appreciate you always coming through with your illustrations despite your packed schedule.
Thank you to Tomofumi Ogasawara, your mecha designs are on point as ever. We finally got to see Rossweisse in illustrated form, and I really appreciate that. Of course, K, and everyone else at Hobby Japan’s editorial department.
This series wouldn’t have even become a full novel series without you.
Thank you to everyone involved in the process of publishing this book.
And to everyone who supported me on Shousetsuka ni Narou, I thank you all as well.