This is the best crime fiction I've ever read in my life. It's thrilling, enchanting, crazy, and gore.
If I can put a number between 1-10 (with 10 being PERFECT), this book is a 12. I feel the sticky horror feeling the whole 400 pages. It's violent is so nerve-wracking, goosebumps all over my body. How Kirino describes the murder, its still making me chill and giving me nightmares.
Beyond every thrilling moments, what's been drowning me into this book is how Kirino brought out such complex themes. This is a story about unfairness in life, especially in women's. Bad job, low payment, broken home, dry marriage, and (really) a series... See More