My arms and abs are aching, but the extra time at the gym means I'm making great time on this.
Ishigami did something I had suspected he'd do from the start, but in a way that surprised me. He's so devoted to logical behavior that he
managed to work his own (presumably) emotion-based behaviors into his plans. Nifty.
Yukawa figured out something that Detective Kusanagi didn't, and I can't for the life of me think of what it might be, even with the clue about where to look. Although I'm fairly certain that Kusanagi is on the wrong track with
articles about the murder. I suspect it has something to do with news that's seemingly unrelated to the case.
I definitely plan on checking out another audiobook by this author. I also like the narrator, so I'm glad to see that the next book is read by the same one (although not the book after that, for some reason).