Another (アナザー) is a novel by Yukito Ayatsuji, a mainstream serialized chapters, a hard-cover version of the novel was published in Another, a novel by Yukito Ayatsuji, was translated from Japanese into Press for our work translating the book into English from Japanese. Another (アナザー, Anazā) is a Japanese mystery horror novel by Yukito Ayatsuji, published on . Kirika (霧果): Voiced by: Hitomi Harada (Japanese); Tiffany Grant (English): She is .. Original Japanese version published by Kadokawa Shoten.

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ANOTHER (NOVEL) by Yukito Ayatsuji

Privacy policy About Baka-Tsuki Disclaimers. And this wasn’t just a brief passing mention. The only thing that annoys me is the while paranormal phenomenon that ‘changed’ records and memories. I felt like the anime gave a little more focus on the other members of the class as the book was heavily focused on Koichi and Mei.

Dark imaginary, clever plot twists and a lot of deadly surprises, it’s my all time favorite. Despite this one notable complaint, I actually quite enjoyed Another. I hope you love it too! Yet the story did find its feet in volume too and became very exciting.

It also ends rather abruptly as soon as Sakakibara learns what is going on.

Although many deaths in this novel occur off page, there are a couple of pretty gruesome scenes. CD Audiobook 0 editions. There is some gore as several deaths are described. While I personally think it worked better as an anime, I did enjoy reading this novel as a whole and would recommend it to horror fans who are looking for something a little different.


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They say anothsr she fell from the stairs, the tip of the umbrella she dropped pierced her throat. Volume 1 – 2 out of 5 Volume 2 – 4 out of 5 First, a few general words of warning.

Do you want to always remember? The englissh also added a scene during the climax part that wasn’t in the book, which I guess added to the action. Outside it was bright with good weather, but the wind that blew in for some reason felt unexpectantly cool.

See the other authors section. Retrieved July 18, The novel was then released again in in two separate volumes. He is enrolled at North Yomi and finds himself placed in Class 3. By continuing to use this website, you agree to yukifo use.

Another by Yukito Ayatsuji

At first when I got a review copy of this, I thought it was he first volume of the manga, and after having watched and enjoyed the anime, I was thrilled. Mar tranxlation, Bibliotropic rated it liked it Shelves: Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book. Yukito Ayatsuji slowly makes things just a little fuzzier, just a little more odd, playing up a growing sense of dread and wrongness throughout the pages. Retrieved from ” http: Of course there are other things present in the narrative that without being mentioned would make what happens to Sakakibara seem much less spooky.

Lost in translation I grabbed this galley because I was really intrigued by the cover image. As a result, I found it to be very unsatisfying.



Retrieved from ” https: Koichi Sakakibara recently transferred into Class 3 and isn’t sure what to believe and nobody is being particularly forthcoming about the situation. Together, we looked at the photos that Mochizuki gave us of that day after he left. It wasn’t until much later that I discovered that the original tale stemmed from rtanslation novel.

I’m not sure if the description is a direct translation of the Japanese or if it’s just American mistake. Nov 12, Mook Woramon rated it really liked it. If someone planned to only try either the anime or the novel, I’d tell them to go with the anime. Retrieved August 10, Want to Read saving….

Koichi finds himself drawn to Mei, a mysterious girl with an eye patch who keeps issuing vague warnings and who no one besides Koichi ever seems to talk to. Different characters die in different ways, so you’ll still be surprised, especially late in the novel.

It was interesting to me primarily because I had watched the anime, but without that to pique my interest, had I just read the novel on its own, I don’t think it would have gotten as high a rating as I gave it. Gotta love the way the events unfold with so much of suspense.