Grotesque

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Harvill Secker, 2007 - Fiction - 467 pages
23 Reviews
In this psychological investigation into the female psyche, Kirino has written a novel that portrays a barely known Japan--a story of the interconnectedness of beauty, cruelty, sex, and violence in the lives of three Japanese women.

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Difficult to read at times. - Goodreads
This book shows remarkable characterisation by Kirino. - Goodreads
Two stars for the readability of this book. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Joy - Goodreads

Darkness. Sadness. Apathy. Desperation. Those are just a few of the few feelings I felt after reading Natsuo Kirino's Grotesque. Ultimately, Grostesque is the story of human nature, at it's darkest ... Read full review

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The Accidental Reader Book Reviews and More This book confused me so much when it comes to the rating. It;s one of those books that belong in the in between and I really didn't know how to rate it. So ... Read full review

Contents

ONE A CHART OF PHANTOM CHILDREN
3
TWO A CLUSTER OF NAKED SEED PLANTS
40
FOUR WORLD WITHOUT LOVE
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