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Zaregoto, Book 2: The Kubishime Romanticist By NisiOisiN take Zaregoto Book The Kubishime Romanticist College is a whole new adventure rife with challenges opportunities and cold blooded killers Fresh from unmasking an assassin on a posh island paradise Ii chan is finally an ultra cool college stu

  • Title: Zaregoto, Book 2: The Kubishime Romanticist
  • Author: NisiOisiN take
  • ISBN: 9780345505781
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • Zaregoto, Book 2: The Kubishime Romanticist By NisiOisiN take College is a whole new adventure, rife with challenges, opportunities, and cold blooded killers Fresh from unmasking an assassin on a posh island paradise, Ii chan is finally an ultra cool college student jaded, sarcastic, and not exactly consumed by academic ambition Now interested in angst and anomie than in catching killers, Ii chan figures that danger is a thingCollege is a whole new adventure, rife with challenges, opportunities, and cold blooded killers Fresh from unmasking an assassin on a posh island paradise, Ii chan is finally an ultra cool college student jaded, sarcastic, and not exactly consumed by academic ambition Now interested in angst and anomie than in catching killers, Ii chan figures that danger is a thing of the past Wrong There s a homicidal maniac loose in Kyoto, a perp with the soul of an artist whose talent is apparent in the inspired way he festoons his crime scenes with body parts.But then murder hits much closer to home Hours after attending a friend s birthday party, Ii chan learns that the guest of honor, a pretty co ed, has been found strangled to death What s , Ii chan is the prime suspect The lackadaisical college kid had better hope thathis crime solving skills weren t just a fluke, because the killer is within striking distance of him.
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    1. キタ━━━━(゚∀゚)━━━━!!!! ricecrackers on said:

      I had this preordered for when it came out last year and proceeded to read it within a day I read it again during the spring of this year and I enjoyed it both times The book helped to further convince me that Nishio Ishin is one of my favorite authors I highly recomended it to those who enjoyed the beheading cycle as its just as addicting and piquant as the first As I read it I wanted and , even though I was thorougly stuffed, so I just kept eating, I mean reading, until I finished it all in o [...]

    2. Alice Dillon on said:

      My opinion of the first book in this series was mostly just that it was a very intelligent murder mystery with excellent twists and turns right to the end, but this one manages to also go brilliantly deep into Ii chan s character and the deconstruction of the facade he puts up to everyone around him, the reader and even himself I had someone telling me before I read this that he really loved the main character From the first book, I couldn t see it, but now I hold a much deeper love for Ii chan [...]

    3. Zen on said:

      4.5 stars This book did not disappoint at all The first in the series was rather on the brilliant side, so I had to check out the second one I couldn t find it anywhere so ultimately I had to order it, and boy was it worth the wait Some of the characters from the first book were still there, as well as a few additions to the cast The thing about the Zaregoto books is that you never see what s coming It s kinda like an Agatha Christie mystery in the sense that you can never figure out who the mur [...]

    4. Teresa on said:

      4.5 stars.After finishing this book I can say with certainty it is actually pretty brilliant Cover nonwithstanding, the contents, other than some grammatical and sentencing errors from the translation, are pretty interesting and really hold your attention It gave me pretty much the same vibe as The Memorandum of Kyoko Okitegami and The Perfect Insider dramas and I loved that I thought the characters were quite interesting and and the mystery really sucked me in It was right up my alley the Japan [...]

    5. L. Petunia on said:

      NisiOisiN entertains again Zaregoto is definitely my favorite light novel series There are a LOT of endless conversation scenes I expected that after reading some of his books seeing some of his work animated, though , but the story is always gripping, as is the exploration of humanity and the narrator s odd view on life I still can t decide if I like the narrator or hate him and he s given much spotlight here than in the first book it s a weird relationship.I like how the second one is so diff [...]

    6. Chin Jian Xiong on said:

      The ultimate book for human hating humans.If there wasn t a bias towards Light Novels, this would supersede Catcher in the Rye as the book that alienated teenagers turn to for their fix Actually the best part is that it takes place in University Isin s own private university that he dropped out from to be exact so that s already going beyond the Catcher age demographic.Supposedly Nisio Isin wrote this entire book in 3 days That s total nonsense.

    7. Victor Luo on said:

      I didn t like this sequel compared to the first one because it felt overly dependent on dialogue rather than action Albeit, some of the casually nihilist philosophies thrown around are good for a quick amusement, the book s overall stagnant nature kept me from fully enjoying the characters or the mystery All in all, an average attempt, though I look forward to seeing if Del Rey will translate any of the series.

    8. Kathleen on said:

      First of all, this book is a light novel, so I was not expecting much from the writing The writing is solid, but not amazing.What is most appealing to me in the Zaregoto books is the main character s personality and thoughts Which the reader gets a lot of since it s written 1st person POV I find the plot secondary If the books had a good plot, then I would have given the book a better rating Damaged characters have always held an appeal for me and I chan is damaged goods.

    9. Asch-Lee on said:

      This was a really interesting book, completely different than the first one in the series A lot of twists and turns will definitely keep any reader on the edge of their seat I couldn t stop reading it Some parts were a little strange and somewhat hard to relate to, but a great book nevertheless.

    10. Thomas Geraghty on said:

      Didn t enjoy as much as the first but interesting in it s own right

    11. Peter Marendeak on said:

      The first boos was just a kind of introduction, the author starts to evolve in this Now I start to understand, why is he so popular Too bad that Del Rey stopped after the second book

    12. Victoria on said:

      This series is so damn weird I think I liked this book but at the same time if I tried to come up with an aspect of it that was likeable it would certainly be a struggle.

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