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[PDF] ✓ 姑獲鳥の夏 By Natsuhiko Kyogoku – Weplayit.co A bizarre set of mysteries have befallen the Kuonji household Kyoko Kuonji is said to be with child for the last twenty months and her husband Makio disappeared a few months prior to her pregnancy TheA bizarre set of mysteries have befallen the Kuonji household Kyoko Kuonji is said to be with child for the last twenty months and her husband Makio disappeared a few months prior to her pregnancy The odd circumstances have left the family with no one to tur.

N to for help until a freelance writer asks his exorcist friend to take on the case The catch the exorcist does not believe in ghosts To Akihiko Kyogokudo Chuzenji the supernatural is as much metaphysical and mental as it is unearthly The Summer of the Ubume.

姑獲鳥の夏 mobile 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBN to for help until a freelance writer asks his exorcist friend to take on the case The catch the exorcist does not believe in ghosts To Akihiko Kyogokudo Chuzenji the supernatural is as much metaphysical and mental as it is unearthly The Summer of the Ubume.

PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä

PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 京極 夏彦 Kyōgoku Natsuhiko born March 26 1963 is a Japanese mystery writer who is a member of Ōsawa Office He is a member of the Mystery Writers of Japan and the Honkaku Mystery Writers Club of JapanThree of his novels have been turned into feature films; Mōryō no Hako which won the 1996 Mystery Writers of Japan Award was also made into an anime TV series as was Kosetsu Hyaku Monogatari and his book LoupsGarous was adapted into an anime feature film Vertical have published his debut novel as The Summer of the Ubumefrom Wikipedia

10 thoughts on “姑獲鳥の夏

  1. Nancy Oakes Nancy Oakes says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBLike a 38 on the star scale Summer of the Ubume is a mystery story with strong supernatural overtones one that starts out a bit slow but picks up and gets progressively weird as it moves along toward its ending which is the most bizarre solution to a mystery I've run across in all of my years of reading And I've been reading a long long timeThe year is 1952 the place Tokyo The war is over the American Occupation has ended people are trying to get back to normal life but uite yet haven't figured out just what that entails Buildings are still in ruins the black market has recently been outlawed and tabloid papers are all the rage The novel is narrated by Sekiguchi a freelance tabloid reporter who used to study slime molds but gave up his unprofitable research to focus on his writing and to make some money He has come


  2. Mizuki Mizuki says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBHand down The Summer of the Ubume is a goddamn masterpiece plain and simple I'd have given it 10 stars if it's allowedI read the Chinese translation many years ago and it's still one of my most favorite Japanese's classical detective novels The novel balances itself finely among different themes such as suspense detective mystery horror traditional demonghost lore and romance The ending is really twisted as well


  3. Bloodytofu Bloodytofu says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBOne of my favourite novels ever and a very nice translation Alexander O Smith has made a wonderful effort here overall utilising challenging language forms which are consistent with both the original Japanese form and the storyline as translated There are a couple of minor problems with the translation mostly in terms related to everyday Japanese culture are rice flower dumplings actually mochi or dango or something else entirely?The story itself is delightfully logical Kyogoku spends a lot of time explaining in detail the theories behind the psychologically supernatural occurrances in the novel all possible plotholes are tied up so effectively that it is easy to forget that the theories presented probably wouldn't hold up in real lifeAll in all an entertaining supernatural thriller which will turn out to be not so supernatural after all


  4. Zoe Zoe says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBRead the first 98 pages and will not finish the other third My review covers only the first 100 pagesSet in an indeterminate time a few years after WWII The Summer of the Ubume starts with a tabloid writer visiting his friend to talk about a woman who has been pregnant for 20 months Which sounds really interesting until the journalist's used book dealerpart time Shinto priest friend spends FORTY FIVE PAGES talking about everything else but the actual point of the book This was a philosphy lecture with a dull professor It was slow painful and often left me wondering if there was a point And at the end of the massive three hour conversation there was a point getting back to the pregnant woman But before the great Kyogokudo could just sum up his problem he has to orate for a long long timePicture a Japanese Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson


  5. Jacqui Geisel Jacqui Geisel says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBThis was a very interesting mystery I will admit sometimes I found myself getting a bit annoyed andor bored when Kyogokudo would start talking on and on and on about things even though the things he goes on about are of course related to the plot but it wasn't enough to stop me from thoroughly enjoying this book I'd heard that the solution to the mystery was rather disturbing and indeed it was I found myself still thinking about it u


  6. Jessica Woodbury Jessica Woodbury says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBI read a lot of mysteries and this has both one of the weirdest setups and one of the most complex conclusions that I've ever seen It breaks almost all conventions of structure and plot so if you're tired of the same old and want to go in a drastically different direction you may want to give it a try But be warned the first half of the book consists largely of very very very long philosophical conversations where you keep waiting for a thing to happen or for the conversation itself to matter and I can't uite say that it ever actually does Though it does set the stage for the time and place and charactersSet in the 50'


  7. izrtkfliers izrtkfliers says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBHmmm This was an interesting book Alright The first 80 pages or so are really slow It's basically just the protagonist and Kyogokudo talking about metaphysics folklore and uantum uncertainty A bit of a slog but there are some necessary plot points in there nonetheless After that however the mystery starts in earnest and it is actually a really interesting mystery I was completely caught up in all the different plot threads ranging from th


  8. Violetta Vane Violetta Vane says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBThis book begins with fifty pages of two guys talking to each other It ends with fifty pages of spill the beans mo


  9. Niquie Niquie says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUB How could the world seem so different merely due to an absence of light? Maybe it was frightening during the day too; we were just too distracted by the sights to notice too eager to pretend nothing was amiss My brother would love this book The character Kyogokudo has such an interesting view on religion and the paranormal almost logical And boy could he talkI think this is one mystery I'll remember years from now it was incredibly sad and made so much sense when all was revealed It was a mystery I could only solve part of the whole truth was beyond my ability to solve maybe if


  10. Zvonimir Zvonimir says:

    PDF/EPUB Natsuhiko Kyogoku ä 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF ê ä 姑獲鳥の夏 mobile, 姑獲鳥の夏 PDF/EPUBA brilliant mixture of folklore mystery thriller horror and tragedy


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