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Yukito Ayatsuji
Birth date: December 23, 1960
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Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 2 months ago
Have to say that in the end I was disappointed. You tell me that this book is a homage to "And Then There Were None" and it ends up just being kind of a mess with an ending that was nothing like that book. It didn't help that Ayatsuji had some of the book following two other characters so you don't ...
pedestrienne rated it 4 months ago
While I always feel disdain when an author deliberately hides information so that it can be a twist when it should have really been part of the story, the strength of the weirdness of the curse was strong enough through the whole book so that the reveal didn't ruin it. It made it less powerful and I...
Maverynthia: Library of the Labyrinth of Blue
This story ends how pretty much every Japanese horror seems to end, with a man killing a woman. It also has the trope of "Let the Man Do It". Of course when a woman is ready to end the horror, Mr. Brotag has to step up and do it because it would simply be too much for a woman to take. Overall the ...
Ani's Book Abyss
Ani's Book Abyss rated it 2 years ago
The Decagon House Murders by Yukito Ayatsuji Students from a university mystery club decide to visit an island which was the site of a grisly multiple murder the year before. Predictably, they get picked off one by one by an unseen murderer. Is there a madman on the loose? What connection is ...
Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it 3 years ago
I was a little wary of this book. I've read or watched every version of Another that's officially been made available in English, starting with the anime, then the original novel, and finally the manga. I noticed I was burning out on the story by the time I got to the manga. Could a sequel novel wor...
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