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This article is about the novelization of the second live-action movie. For the second live-action movie of the same name, see Attack on Titan, The Movie: Part 2. For more pages referred to by this name, see Attack on Titan (Disambiguation).

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Shōsetsu Eiga Attack on Titan: End of the World (小説 映画 進撃の巨人 ATTACK ON TITAN エンド オブ ザ ワールド Shōsetsu Eiga Shingeki no Kyojin ATTACK ON TITAN Endo obu za Wārudo?, lit. Attack on Titan: End of the World Film Novel) is a novelization written by Touji Asakura of Attack on Titan, The Movie: Part 2, the second live-action adaptation of the Attack on Titan manga. It was given an English release by Vertical on November 22, 2016 in a compilation novel titled Attack on Titan: End of the World that combined Shōsetsu Eiga Attack on Titan and Shōsetsu Eiga Attack on Titan: End of the World.


The peace that had lasted for 100 years was suddenly broken! Eren witnessed the destruction of the Wall by the Colossal Titan and the massacre perpetuated by the Titans. Two years after the tragedy, Eren volunteers to join the Corps and participates in the "Outer Wall Restoration Operation" in order to regain the stolen land. However, the troops are thrown into chaos after being attacked by the Titans! In the battle, an injured Eren protects Armin and is swallowed by a Titan![1]


The chapters' English titles are taken from the English compilation release.


プロローグ (Purorōgu)

I. Minos' Judgement[]

ミーノスの審判 (Mīnosu no Shinpan)

II. The Truth of Eden[]

エデンの真実 (Eden no Shinjitsu)

III. The Shores of Acheron[]

アケローン川の畔 (Akerōn no Han)

IV. Satan and Beatrice[]

悪魔と聖女 (Akuma to Seijo) lit. The Devil and the Saintess


  • Due to the immediate continuation of the story, in the English compilation book Attack on Titan: End of the World the "Prologue" chapter of this novel was redesignated as "Caesura", and the subsequest chapters were renumbered as VII, VIII, IX, and X.