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He verge of her theatrical debut The beautiful and ravishing Sadako was the object of every male's desire involved with the company including n the director There was one thespian she was interested in butFast forward past the events of Ring Ryuji Takayama's distraught lover Mai Takano is struggling in the wake of the professor's mysterious demise Mai visits Ryuji's parents' house to find the missing pages of his soon to be published article There she is drawn to a curious videotape and The last book in the Ring series and this is a book that actually consists of three separate stories though that are still connected to each other To read this book you must definitely have read all of the previous installements because the information given there is vitalIt is fun to learn about some of the minor characters from the previous books and to see how their experiences with the Ring virus ended in most cases any encounter with the Ring ends in death but hey never to late to look for exceptions you might just find one in this book who knowsEven though this extra character background is a nice addition I could not really enjoy this book I really liked the first book in the series but after that everything got a bit too weird and complicated for me to really enjoy I didn t enjoy the scientific sode of the story and in the third book they completely lost me with the paralel computer dimension aspect of the story Therefore this third book did not really leave me satisfied since it builds so heavily on especially the previous 2 books and less on the firstThe first book in this series is reduced to be merely an introduction to a far grander scheme while I still feel like the first book was the best because of the emphasis on horror and mystery not on science But again that might just be personal preferenceSo yes glad I finished it but also glad that it is over

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A fate terrifying than Ryuji or Kazuyuki Asakawa'sReiko Sugiura uestioned the purpose of bringing a child into a world where there was only death She already lost one son and the father of her unborn child Kaoru Futami had disappeared in search of a cure to the deadly disease that threatened all life Despite Kaoru's to meet again in two months he has not returned Despondent but driven for answers Reiko is led to the Loop project where she will discover the final truths of the Ring virus At first I felt like this book was cynical merely cashing in on the Ring trillogy s success in order to make money A fair enough goal but not an artistic one But as I read past the first story I found it immensely gripping and a good read Suzuki s writing continues to delight and disturb It s also much better paced than the Loop which I criticised for a slow startmiddle It was not bored reading it

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Basis of the Hit Movie RingBirthdayBirthday is Ring master Koji Suzuki's return to the Ring universe a collection of short stories focusing on the female characters with a theme of birth An exploration of extraordinary circumstances from the perspective of memorable women this expansion of the Ring Spiral and Loop world was adapted into a hit movie less than a year after the book's publicationThirty years before the tragic events of Ring Sadako Yamamura was an aspiring stage actress on t A book to give you nightmares The science fictionhorror noir style of this tale reminds me of Murakami But unlike Murakami Suzuki leans toward shock and the grotesue One of the many premises of the tale is that two realities exist simultaneously There is the real world and the loop Technology allows for the inhabitants of the real world to view the inhabitants of the loop through what seems like virtual reality sets The dynamic between the two worlds is unclear but there is interplaySadako is probably the most prominent character A beautiful woman she is introduced as a the love interest of a young man who meets her when they are both actors in a theater troupe Later it is revealed that she is not a human being but some kind of a mutant There are numerous Sadakos and they all appear to be beautiful women with the same appearance They are born and reach full adulthood within a week s time They are irresistible to men Sadako is at fault for all of the fatalities that take place A group of men die at different times over a ten year span after hearing her voice recorded on a tape When he hears of his former acuaintance s fates the man formerly in love with the theater troupe Sadako begins to fear for his lifeToward the end of the tale a new dimension emerges in that a cancer virus is threatening to wipe out the human race One man is determined to find a cure and charts out on an international odyssey with that intention heading first to the United States desert from JapanComplex fast paced An entertaining read Although I did not know when I selected the book it is a volume part of The Ring series I have not read other books in the series and do not plan to do so in the immediate future


About the Author: Kōji Suzuki

Suzuki Kōji 鈴木光司 is a Japanese writer who was born in Hamamatsu and currently lives in Tokyo Suzuki is the author of the Ring novels which has been adapted into a manga series He has written several books on the subject of fatherhood He is currently on the selection committee for the Japan Fantasy Novel AwardHis recent novel Edge puts the main theme on Feynman point.



10 thoughts on “バースデイ Bāsudei

  1. says:

    Well as I loved all previous Ringu books I loved this one too Mostly I was shocked when in 180 page in first sentence was written date June 27 1991 one day before I got into this world I WAS BORN ON JUNE 28 1991 So I was very surprised by that date Never found such thing with my birthday in a any book And it is even mysterious that this book

  2. says:

    35 stars Three lovely bizarre stories they looked connected although idk how I just picked it up to get a background on the series So far so

  3. says:

    A book to give you nightmares The science fictionhorror noir style of this tale reminds me of Murakami But unlike Murakami Suzuki leans toward shock and the grotesue One of the many premises of the tale is that two realities exist simultaneously There is the real world and the loop Technology allows for the inhabitants of the real world to view the inhabitants of the loop through what seems like virtual reality sets The dynamic

  4. says:

    The last book in the Ring series and this is a book that actually consists of three separate stories though that are still connected to each other To read this book you must definitely have read all of the previous installements because the information given there is vitalIt is fun to learn about some of the minor characters from the previous

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book because it complements Koji Suzuki's previous novels about The Ring universe Its tone is like a sci fi mystery than a horror novel though As a standalone book it would probably be rather confusing because about 23 of the way through the book the novel drastically shifts focus from the past to the future If you've read Suzuki's Ring trilogy Ring Spiral and Loop Birthday is a real treat because

  6. says:

    Ring Spiral and Loop are the series that lead up to this book and it isa total and complete let down Have you ever enjoyed something you read so much only to have it completely ruined for you Because that's what this book

  7. says:

    At first I felt like this book was cynical merely cashing in on the Ring trillogy's success in order to make money A fair enough goal but not an artistic one But as I read past the first story I found it immense

  8. says:

    25 3 starsThis was definitely the best book out of all the series Three short stories concentrating on the women of the trilogyI uite enjoyed the first two but the third one was not to my taste Felt like once again there wasn't much new to it

  9. says:

    Overall rating 2 starsI rated the stories separatelyLemon Heart 2 starsThis story wasn't even told in Sadako's point of view So we learned nothing about why she does what she doesCoffin in the Sky 2 starsI don't have anything to say about this

  10. says:

    This was much better than the 3rd book imho Not that the plot wasn’t as good but the writing was better I’m not sure whether it was in the original Japanese or if the translation is weak but there are some tru

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