Through the official Twitter account for the anime adaptation of the light novels Honzuki no Gekokujou: Shisho ni Naru Tame ni wa Shudan wo Erandeiraremasen, which are written by Miya Kazuki and illustrated by You Shiina, it was revealed that the series will feature a third season. The release date and the production team that will work on this new installment will be announced soon.

Honzuki no Gekokujou

The novels began to be published in 2013 through the website Shosetsuka ni Naro. Subsequently, his rights were acquired by the publisher TO Books in 2015 and 2017 the series came to an end with a total of 22 published volumes.

An adaptation to the manga of the first part with the art of Suzuka was serialized online through the website Niconico Seiga between October 2015 and July 2018. The manga had seven compilation volumes published by TO Books.

The novels were adapted to the anime in 2019 under the production of the studios Ajia-do Animation Works. Subsequently, the series featured a second season aired during the spring of 2020.

Synopsis of Honzuki no Gekokujou

Motosu Urano, a book-loving college student who recently earned her certification as a librarian and was supposed to start her dream job after graduation, dies in an earthquake by being crushed under her massive collection of books.

Desiring to reincarnate with the sole desire to continue reading, he reincarnates in a world with a low level of literacy and very few books, limited only to the nobility of the world. As she adjusts to her new life as the humble soldier's five-year-old daughter, now named Mayne, no matter how much she wants to read, there is no way to access books. If there are no books, what do you do? Of course, you make them yourself ...

Her goal now will be to become a librarian no matter what, and to live a life surrounded by books, but this time, crafting them herself.

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