Grotesque

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Harvill Secker, 2007 - Fiction - 467 pages
307 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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I attended an elite girls school and this book reminds me of my childhood. The school scenes are accurate. You will find girls puking after meals to lose weight, comparing lunches and whose parents ... Read full review

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Interesting story about two HS girls and prostitution. Lost it by lending it. May buy it again. Kirino writes in such a range of genres, it's hard to find many I like by her. Read full review

Contents

ONE A CHART OF PHANTOM CHILDREN
3
TWO A CLUSTER OF NAKED SEED PLANTS
40
FOUR WORLD WITHOUT LOVE
157
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