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Grotesque - Natsuo Kirino
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781299014770 (1299014771)
Publisher: Vintage Books
Edition language: English
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Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it
4.0 The ugliness of the spirit
I love an unreliable narrator. There’s something to be said for a straightforward narrative where the only unreliability is people being woefully unaware that the person they’re always arguing with is the person they’re secretly in love with, but sometimes I prefer something a little meatier. And th...
SakuraMorimoto rated it
3.0 Grotesque
The Accidental Reader Book Reviews and MoreThis book confused me so much when it comes to the rating. It;s one of those books that belong in the in between and I really didn't know how to rate it. So I closed my eyes and gave it a 3. Like all Natsuo Kirino's books you get to see the story from multi...
otakumom rated it
I'm torn between a 2 or a 3 star rating. The story was engrossing and character development very intriguing, I really didn't like any of the characters and I don't think you are supposed to. The ending also flew over my head; I really didn't get the point of it. The story is told as each chara...
Lynn Spencer - All About Romance
Lynn Spencer - All About Romance rated it
I had to stop. I picked this book up because I enjoyed Out so much. However, I only got about 1/3 of the way through this novel before I just couldn't take it anymore. There's some good commentary on the hyper-competitive schools and the treatment of women in Japan. And it's all bound into a story t...
nouveau rated it
4.0 Grotesque
some author--was it Yann Martel--says writers are divided into "beautiful liars" and "harsh truth-tellers." this isn't a division between fiction and non-fiction so much as it is a division of outlook.beautiful liars, like Haruki Murakami, present a Japan of little strange spirit creatures that come...
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