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by Koji Suzuki

ePub Spiral download
Author:
Koji Suzuki
ISBN13:
978-0007240142
ISBN:
0007240147
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Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; New Ed edition (2007)
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Subcategory:
Genre Fiction
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1345 kb
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1521 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
588

Koji Suzuki is brilliant. Not only does he generate unique ideas in a field as challenging as the Supernatural, he does so in a way that doesn't alienate or patronize his readers

Koji Suzuki is brilliant. Not only does he generate unique ideas in a field as challenging as the Supernatural, he does so in a way that doesn't alienate or patronize his readers. The cleverness of the plot of 'Spiral', following hard on the heels of the complex, compelling 'Ring' is almost dazzling. How his skepticism gradually changes to reluctant acceptance and from there to absolute terror is a progression masterfully orchestrated by Suzuki. Although many of the characters reappear from 'Ring', they are generally portrayed in a manner very different and, in the case of Sadako Yamamura, even more frighteningly than in their previous roles.

Spiral (らせん, Rasen) is a 1995 Japanese novel, a part of author Koji Suzuki's Ring series. It is the second in the Ring series, and a film based on the book was released in 1998. The English translation of the book was published by Vertical Press in the United States and by Harper Collins in Britain. The events in the story occur a day after the events of the first book.

Excuse me, Ms Takano," the lieutenant broke in. "Would you mind telling the doctor exactly what you told us about how you discovered the body?"

Excuse me, Ms Takano," the lieutenant broke in. "Would you mind telling the doctor exactly what you told us about how you discovered the body?" He seemed determined not to let down his guard on this case just because there were no signs of foul play. There was no time to waste in exchanging fond memories of the dear departed.

Koji Suzuki Set - Ring Series + S + Spiral + Loop + Birthday +Eb00ks .

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Her back started to break into a sweat. Taking books out of boxes and putting them back in was surprisingly strenuous work

9. Mai Takano got off the Odakyu Line at Sagami Ohno and went out to the main street, but she couldn’t decide which way to turn. Her back started to break into a sweat. Taking books out of boxes and putting them back in was surprisingly strenuous work. After she’d finished her third box, she took a breather and entertained the idea of filling in the missing pages by herself. Ryuji’s challenging theory of symbolic logic had already been made public, albeit in piecemeal form, in specialist journals. The project at hand, however, wasn’t quite so esoteric.

The plot starts Spiral is the sequel to Koji Suzuki's best-selling Japanese horror novel Ring and also makes up the second book of a trilogy

The plot starts Spiral is the sequel to Koji Suzuki's best-selling Japanese horror novel Ring and also makes up the second book of a trilogy. Most people know the idea of the first book because of the popular horror film that bears its name. While both book and movie, Ring, manage to creep out the globe, what we didn't know is that the author wasn't happy with just killing people seven days after watching a creepy video.

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Koji Suzuki (鈴木光司 Suzuki Kōji born May 13, 1957) is a Japanese writer, who was born in Hamamatsu and currently lives in Tokyo. Suzuki is the author of the Ring cycle of novels, which has been adapted into a film series. Before he wrote his novel Ring, he already published a novel entitled Paradise. His second novel is Ring. According to Koji Suzuki, his got the inspiration to write his novel Ring from the american horror film entitled "The Poltergeist"

Koji Suzuki asserts the moral right to be identified as the author of this work. This novel is entirely a work of fiction.

Koji Suzuki asserts the moral right to be identified as the author of this work. The names, characters and incidents portrayed in it are the work of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events or localities is entirely coincidental.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Spiral - Koji Suzuki. Mitsuo Ando awoke from a dream in which he was sinking into the sea. The trilling of the telephone insinuated itself into the sound of the surf, and the next minute he was jerked into wakefulness, as though the waves had taken him. He stretched his arm out over the side of the bed and picked up the receiver.

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  • I absolutely loved the prequel to "Spiral, "Ring", it was so much more than the movie "The Ring" known all over the western world. "Spiral" does not disappoint, in fact I find it better, smarter and more thrilling than it's predecessor.

    If you liked "Ring", or generally like a good read who crawls under your skin and sticks with you for some time, "Spiral" is your book!

  • Spiral somehow manages to pull off two apparently impossible things: spectacularly fail as a sequel to Suzuki's Ring and be rather successful as a sci fi book in its own right. Spiral supposedly picks off where Ring ended, with the autopsies of the first victims of the ring virus, but then it takes a completely different and rather unexpected turn. Instead of the "chills and thrills" of the first installment, Spiral delves into the science behind the ring virus, with so much genetics you can't help wonder sometimes if that might not be the author's true calling.

    I give it to Suzuki – I have never ever read as convincing a scientific explanation of a curse in my entire life. But then there is the rather reasonable question why would anyone bother with that considering it would instantly kill any remaining spookiness for the reader? Be prepared for some drastic changes to some of Ring's fundamental premises (the mechanism of the "charm", Sadako's death wish, Ryuji's involvement) to fit the new "science" in the novel. In the end, with so much of the story devoted to explaining prior events, the book feels much more like a reimagening of Ring for science geeks than like an actual sequel. Overall, a decent detective sci fi novel with a couple of horror overtones, but not on a par with Ring.