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  • 十角館の殺人
  • Yukito Ayatsuji
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  • 16 February 2017
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FREE READ Ú 十角館の殺人 Yukito Ayatsuji À 1 FREE READ REVIEW 十角館の殺人 Several decades It is also said to have influenced the development of the wildly popular anime movementThis the first English edition contains a lengthy introduction by the maestro of Japanese mystery fiction Soji ShimadaLocked Room International discovers and publishes impossible crime masterpieces from all over the worl 45 stars for this incredibly clever closed circle mystery originally published in Japan in the 1980s out this year in English for the first time The book is filled with clever puzzles and a brilliant resolution but the characters didn t draw me in enough for me to give this book a full 5 stars Highly recommended for reading when you re in the mood for a twisty mystery as opposed to deep characters University student members of a campus mystery club gather on an island in a mystery reminiscent of Agatha Christie s And Then There Were None and in fact this book is credited with repopularizing this style of mystery in Japan A cute homage is that the students nicknames are taken from classic mystery writers Agatha Orczy Ellery Carr Poe Leroux Van Dine the-school-trilogia-volume-3 decades It is also said to have influenced the nobili-parole-nobili-abusi development of the wildly popular anime movementThis the first English edition contains a lengthy introduction by the maestro of Japanese mystery fiction Soji ShimadaLocked Room International manuel-de-math-eacute-matiques-cm2-cahier-d-exercices discovers and publishes impossible crime masterpieces from all over the worl 45 stars for this incredibly clever closed circle mystery originally published in Japan in the 1980s out this year in English for the first time The book is filled with clever puzzles and a brilliant resolution but the characters rest-why-you-get-more-done-when-you-work-less didn t style-your-mind-a-workbook-and-lifestyle-guide-for-women-who-want-to-design-their-thoughts-empower-themselves-and-build-a-beautiful-life draw me in enough for me to give this book a full 5 stars Highly recommended for reading when you re in the mood for a twisty mystery as opposed to A Rose In Winter deep characters University student members of a campus mystery club gather on an island in a mystery reminiscent of Agatha Christie s And Then There Were None and in fact this book is credited with repopularizing this style of mystery in Japan A cute homage is that the students nicknames are taken from classic mystery writers Agatha Orczy Ellery Carr Poe Leroux Van Dine

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FREE READ Ú 十角館の殺人 Yukito Ayatsuji À 1 FREE READ REVIEW 十角館の殺人 Ders will see coming The Decagon House Murders is a milestone in the history of detective fiction Published in 1987 it is credited with launching the shinhonkaku movement which restored Golden Age style plotting and fair play clues to the Japanese mystery scene which had been dominated by the social school of mystery for Have to say that in the end I was disappointed You tell me that this book is a homage to And Then There Were None and it ends up just being kind of a mess with an ending that was nothing like that book It didn t help that Ayatsuji had some of the book following two other characters so you don t stay on the island with the characters who are being picked off one by one I do like that we were given a glossary in the end to understand some of the words being used in this bookThe Decagon House Murders is a bit of a convoluted tale The book starts off with us in the murderer s POV We know that he or she has something up their sleeve to make people pay for what they did Then we transitioned over to a group of college aged students who are making their way to the Decagon House The students plan to stay on an uninhabited island for a week A brutal murder and apparent suicide took place there six months ago and due to this the students think it would be perfect for them to go and get away to All of the students belong to a mystery group at their university and they have taken the names of famous mystery writers We have the following Agatha Van Leroux Orczy Ellery Carr and Poe While they are away on the island a former member of the mystery group Kawaminami receives a letter accusing him of being behind the murder of a former member named Chiori We find out that she was a shy young women who died of a heart attack brought upon due to alcohol poisoning Kawaminami starts to try to figure out who could have sent the letter and figures out ties that Chiori has to the island that the group has just departed for I have to say that I didn t get a chance to get a handle on anyone When the group on the island starts to get picked off one by one by the murderer it just started to feel anti climatic I liked how Christie did it via her book and how they were all sent to die based on a rhyme This felt a little too clumsy It didn t help that the book jumps back and forth between the murders on the island and Kawaminami s investigation with an older man he meets I think that distracted from the overall tenor of the book and it felt a bit like we had Ayatsuji trying to throw in a bit of Arthur Conan Doyle and have a Sherlock and Watson on the sceneThe writing was okay as I said earlier it was great to get the glossary in the book describing things However the flow wasn t that great I had a hard time with the second investigation going on since it just felt really fake to me And then it made zero sense with what we know was going on on he islandThe setting of the island and the Decagon House were intriguing I liked the history behind it being built and how lonesome it must have been Ayatsuji provides some diagrams which were helpful to show where everyone is staying at and also at one point where a body is found The ending did have a cool twist but I had a hard time buying it It didn t really work I think in the end And then the reason behind the murder felt very fake to me It just seemed like a reason for the murderer to do what they did We get a reveal about all of the murders and how they happened and it felt like that bit got written before the initial set up of the book A nice look at a Japanese golden age mystery novel I definitely enjoyed The Tokyo Zodiac Murders the-hair-pulling-quot-habit-quot-and-you-how-to-solve-the-trichotillomania-puzzle-revised-edition detective fiction Published in 1987 it is credited with launching the shinhonkaku movement which restored Golden Age style plotting and fair play clues to the Japanese mystery scene which had been 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pay for what they lettrage-cr-eacute-atif-le-petit-manuel-de-la-calligraphie did Then we transitioned over to a group of college aged students who are making their way to the Decagon House The students plan to stay on an uninhabited island for a week A brutal murder and apparent suicide took place there six months ago and administration-guide-aeps-assessment-evalutaion-and-programming-system-vol-1 due to this the students think it would be perfect for them to go and get away to All of the students belong to a mystery group at their university and they have taken the names of famous mystery writers We have the following Agatha Van Leroux Orczy Ellery Carr and Poe While they are away on the island a former member of the mystery group Kawaminami receives a letter accusing him of being behind the murder of a former member named Chiori We find out that she was a shy young women who the-gift-of-therapy-an-open-letter-to-a-new-generation-of-therapists-and-their-patients died of a heart attack brought upon the-plantpure-kitchen-130-mouthwatering-whole-food-recipes-and-tips-for-a-plant-based-life due to alcohol poisoning Kawaminami starts to try to figure out who could have sent the letter and figures out ties that Chiori has to the island that the group has just omd-the-simple-plant-based-program-to-save-your-health-save-your-waistline-and-save-the-planet departed for I have to say that I Shehzada Sheharyar didn t get a chance to get a handle on anyone When the group on the island starts to get picked off one by one by the murderer it just started to feel anti climatic I liked how Christie secrets-of-the-secret-place-keys-to-igniting-your-personal-time-with-god did it via her book and how they were all sent to barefoot-contessa-how-easy-is-that-fabulous-recipes-amp-easy-tips die based on a rhyme This felt a little too clumsy It on-camera-flash-techniques-for-digital-wedding-and-portrait-photography didn t help that the book jumps back and forth between the murders on the 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FREE READ Ú 十角館の殺人 Yukito Ayatsuji À 1 FREE READ REVIEW 十角館の殺人 Students from a university mystery club decide to visit an island which was the site of a grisly multiple murder the year before Predictably they get picked off one by one by an unseen murderer Is there a madman on the loose What connection is there to the earlier murders The answer is a bombshell revelation which few rea Are you aware of the physical space around you Asks the mad architect He will build two houses one of Blue and one of Ten These houses will hold secrets and mysteries and murder and despair One burned to the ground one empty but soon to be burned Are you aware of the physical space around you Asks the author Yukito Ayatsuji He will build a novel based around concepts of space of physical limitations and barriers Of open areas concealing closed areas the mental ones as well He will describe these spaces regularly and with careful precision Are you aware of the physical space around you Asks the murderer He will build a trap of one of these houses He will know the extra layers and extra walls and extra rooms just as he will know your secrets casting a cold eye upon them He will come through these places and spaces he will murder you he will murder you allThis is the third Japanese locked room mystery I ve read this year and although only a star separates this one from the prior two The Decagon House was easily my favorite of the three It lacked the labyrinthine uality of The Tokyo Zodiac Murders and the over the top melodrama of The Inugami Clan but its clarity of purpose shades of Christie s And Then There Were None and its interesting focus on physical spaces and not just the murder house but nearly all indoor locations made it thoroughly absorbing from beginning to end Even the blandness of its prose and the purely surface level characters worked in its favor And the reveal of the murderer genuinely shocked me One of those reveals where I had to go back and double check what I was actually reading I like that feeling