Sailor Moon The Novel 8: Diamond’s Not Forever

From WikiMoon:
“Sailor Moon the Novels was a series of novels written by Stu J. Levy (#1) and Lianne Sentar (#2-#8), and published by TokyoPop under their now-renamed “Mixx Readz” imprint in 1999. Naoko Takeuchi was also credited on their covers, but had no hand in writing them, and was merely the creator of Sailor Moon. The novels were aimed at the 8-12-year-old age range, and are currently out of print.

This download is for the eighth and final book in this series of novels – “Sailor Moon – Diamond’s Not Forever”.

Click on the gallery links below to view the images in low definition, or download the massive archive of the HQ files here:

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8 Responses to “Sailor Moon The Novel 8: Diamond’s Not Forever”

  1. Cindy

    Hello! Sorry to continually bother you, but the link for this file doesn’t work and I keep getting an error message after I click on it. Do you think you can fix it? Thanks!

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    • MarioKnight

      I’ll answer your question for all three downloads you mentioned here in this one page. I just added the following to our FAQ as well to have this be addressed on a larger scale.

      Due to overwhelming popularity, direct downloads have limits in place. These are both in speed (though the individual cap is quite reasonable) and number of simultaneous connections. Each IP downloading from the raws and downloads sub-domains can make five connections. Whether you want to use all five to make a single file go faster, or a separate file for each connection is up to you. If you don’t understand what that last sentence means, you should assume that you can only download one file at a time. I don’t like having to set limits, but as we’ve seen, leaving these sub-domains uncapped breaks through our network pipe, which means no server if that were to continue. This will be revisited if I can ever obtain a server on a giga-bit connection. No there is no time frame for such a possibility. I would recommend torrents which are available for the vast majority of downloads. If there is a download you wish that doesn’t have a torrent, I will make them on request.

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  2. Cindy

    Thank-you for all the help and replying back so fast. This site is amazing and it’s great with all the staff that help it out. Thank-you again! :)

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  3. Lissa

    The link to the raw gallery download’s not working. (The immediate thing I noticed was that the link was missing the .rar extension at the end.)

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    • MarioKnight

      Thanks for the heads up. Actually, the issue is that a small number of browsers improperly parse the apostrophe in the download links. I spent a good month figuring that out when only four links were having issues. x_x Thankfully, using the HTML equivalent of this fixes this for those browsers. I’ve fixed this up, so you should be able to download with no issues now.

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  4. Sara

    I basically wrote a whole essay (http://blagi.dreamwidth.org/2232.html#cutid1) on why I believe Zoycite and the original Zoisite are two different characters based on DiC’s writing, and I love how these books validate my theory without trying. XD I feel like this Zoycite is what DiC wanted, but they had to dub over scenes of Zoisite being vulnerable and sad, so it came off as “Zoycite is mostly tough, but tends to whine to her boyfriend a lot”.

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