Villain - Shuichi Yoshida Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099526654 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Shuichi Yoshida / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2011-08-18 by Vintage
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by - written on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I came across this whilst browsing in the library and hadn't heard of it, or the author, before then. As a fan of crime thrillers, and Japanese horror thrillers, I was interested in giving this a go. Although I wouldn't say it was especially fast paced and thrilling, it was an enjoyable read nonetheless. The front cover tag line reads, 'Everyone has something to hide...', along with 'The Japanese crime-writing sensation' to draw the potential reader in. Apparently, this is also 'now a major motion picture', which I was unaware of. Although I wasn't entirely sure what to expect, I did assume that this would be somewhat similar to the Japanese and Korean flicks ... Read the complete review
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