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  • Title: 探偵ガリレオ [Tantei Garireo]
  • Author: Keigo Higashino 東野 圭吾
  • ISBN: 9784167110079
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

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  1. Keigo Higashino 東野 圭吾

    Keigo Higashino is one of the most popular and biggest selling fiction authors in Japan as well known as James Patterson, Dean Koontz or Tom Clancy are in the USA.Born in Osaka, he started writing novels while still working as an engineer at Nippon Denso Co presently DENSO He won the Edogawa Rampo Prize, which is awarded annually to the finest mystery work, in 1985 for the novel H kago After School at age 27 Subsequently, he quit his job and started a career as a writer in Tokyo.In 1999, he won the Mystery Writers of Japan Inc award for the novel Himitsu The Secret , which was translated into English by Kerim Yasar and published by Vertical under the title of Naoko in 2004 In 2006, he won the 134th Naoki Prize for Y gisha X no Kenshin His novels had been nominated five times before winning with this novel.The Devotion of Suspect X was the second highest selling book in all of Japan fiction or nonfiction the year it was published, with over 800,000 copies sold It won the prestigious Naoki Prize for Best Novel the Japanese equivalent of the National Book Award and the Man Booker Prize Made into a motion picture in Japan, The Devotion of Suspect X spent 4 weeks at the top of the box office and was the third highest grossing film of the year.Higashino s novels have movie and TV series adaptations than Tom Clancy or Robert Ludlum, and as many as Michael Crichton.

309 thoughts on “探偵ガリレオ [Tantei Garireo]”

  1. I quite enjoyed this collection of short stories, to be honest If you re into Sherlockian or Holmesian O.o kind of story, where you know you can t win with author and you still enjoy getting into the heart of soon to be resolved seemingly unresolvable mystery then you should definitely give it a try Not as excellent as The Devotion of Suspect X, in my humble opinion, but still, very addictive And you get to learn some geeky science stuff, yay



  2. The first book of Higashino s Tantei Galileo series consists of five short stories that all deal with strange phenomena In order to solve the cases the leading detective, Kusanagi, has to resort to his friend Yukawa for help, a physics professor The cases are interesting and even though they read very construed that doesn t make them any less interesting, somehow Kusanagi and Yukawa are a fun team, although Kusanagi does come across as very well Let s assume he s really good at solving cases tha [...]




  3. This book would be one of the best choices to start reading Garireo series , which is one of the most popular mystery books in Japan I think the book is very interesting in the sense that it mainly involves very scientific tricks While it may be too difficult to understand the tricks for people who are not good with science,teh entire stories should be really interesting for people who likes science and detective stories Since the book also includes some humor, I think you are able to find it fu [...]


  4. this is the second higashino keigo book i ve read, and i m starting to realize that i may just not be a fan weird sherlock holmes ian types of mysteries tend to irritate me, because you can never really win either you know the trick that solves the mystery, or you don t end of story the motive behind the crime is almost an afterthought, and the characters just the instruments for the clever trick yeah, it can be interesting, but so what i never feel like i m being challenged to use my little gre [...]


  5. Didn t expect to see such kind of detective thriller from a japanese person I ve got a quite Sherlock vibe from reading this one It s impossible to read it slowly, because the suspense will either kill you or make you finish this book in a day.









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