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ループ Rūpu

A deadly new guise Kaoru Futami a youth mature beyond his years must hope to find answers in the deserts of New Mexico and the Loop project a virtual matrix created by scientists The fate of than just his loved ones depends on Kaoru's success Loop is written as a stan I can t remember the last time I read a book that I could say so little about without spoiling anything as Loop I ll say right off the bat that if you re going to read this book do not look at its Wikipedia page It literally spoils the entire book in a few sentences Also I have to chuckle at the Ring Trilogy being categorized as a horror series Was this series ever scary Over the course of the three books maybe two or three timesWhat can I say about this book without spoiling anything Well as in previous installments we meet some new characters mainly Kaoru and his family but also his girlfriend Reiko and her son Ryoji It s no secret if you ve read the previous books that the story revolves around a virus but where previous entries in the series involve a lot of medical and biological terminology relating to the virus and DNA Loop contains less of that and about cutting edge technologyIt s also by far the most complex of the three books and I had to stop and think about how everything came together than once especially near the end The story is unbelievably predictable for the most part There were a few times where it seemed like Suzuki thought he was building up to a revelation so he d build up to these for pages and pages and then reveal them but I already knew what most of them would be well in advance So that was disappointing To his credit though there was one plot twist in this book that totally blew my mind I didn t see that one coming at allOverall I m a little sad to be finished the Ring Trilogy There are additional books some of which are short story collections set in the Ring universe and some that I believe are full fledged novels but these three are the main entries in the saga This trilogy was like nothing I ve read before Suzuki is an excellent writer he weaves gripping uniue stories and builds full relatable characters The stories are sometimes a bit predictable silly far fetched and downright confusing but they also entertain and in a derivative world this trilogy offers a uniue and original reading experience It s not for everyone so my recommendation is to read the first two books in the trilogy If you re still hooked check out Loop it answers all uestions raised in Spiral and takes the story in a completely new and mind blowing direction Mastering Manga 3: Power Up with Mark Crilley new guise Kaoru Futami a youth mature beyond his years must hope to find answers in the deserts of New Mexico and the Loop project a virtual matrix created by scientists The fate of than just his loved ones depends on Kaoru's success Loop is written as a stan I can t remember the last time I read a book that I could say so little about without spoiling anything as Loop I ll say right off the bat that if you re going to read this book do 永遠の0 [Eien No Zero] not look at its Wikipedia page It literally spoils the entire book in a few sentences Also I have to chuckle at the Ring Trilogy being categorized as a horror series Was this series ever scary Over the course of the three books maybe two or three timesWhat can I say about this book without spoiling anything Well as in previous installments we meet some Broken Flowers: And Other Stairways to Heaven new characters mainly Kaoru and his family but also his girlfriend Reiko and her son Ryoji It s Niedźwiedź w cieniu smoka no secret if you ve read the previous books that the story revolves around a virus but where previous entries in the series involve a lot of medical and biological terminology relating to the virus and DNA Loop contains less of that and about cutting edge technologyIt s also by far the most complex of the three books and I had to stop and think about how everything came together than once especially Wretched Chastity near the end The story is unbelievably predictable for the most part There were a few times where it seemed like Suzuki thought he was building up to a revelation so he d build up to these for pages and pages and then reveal them but I already knew what most of them would be well in advance So that was disappointing To his credit though there was one plot twist in this book that totally blew my mind I didn t see that one coming at allOverall I m a little sad to be finished the Ring Trilogy There are additional books some of which are short story collections set in the Ring universe and some that I believe are full fledged Leading Snowflakes novels but these three are the main entries in the saga This trilogy was like Fuehrer Directives and Other Top-Level Directives of the German Armed Forces 1942-1945: Hitler's Directives nothing I ve read before Suzuki is an excellent writer he weaves gripping uniue stories and builds full relatable characters The stories are sometimes a bit predictable silly far fetched and downright confusing but they also entertain and in a derivative world this trilogy offers a uniue and original reading experience It s Doxycycline: The Doctors Recommended Antibiotics Solution for Treating Infections caused by Bacterial such as Acne, Chlamydia, Lyme, Chest Infection, Malaria and STI’s Fast and Effectively not for everyone so my recommendation is to read the first two books in the trilogy If you re still hooked check out Loop it answers all uestions raised in Spiral and takes the story in a completely The Invisible Bridge new and mind blowing direction

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The Inspiration for the New Major Motion Picture RINGS Learn the final truth about the Ring In this much awaited conclusion of the Ring trilogy everything you thought you knew about the story will have to be put aside In Loop the killer mimics both AIDS and cancer in This book or I should say the Ringu trilogy has surpassed all my expectations from a mere horror story I saw on a DVDOf course I m referring to the Japanese version of the film The Americanised version of the film is not even worth to mention hereThis third book explains all the mysteries found in the first two books in a twist so unpredictable that nobody but the author I dare claim could tell how the story actually began in the first book and how it would end as it is clearly described in the third bookAs the cover of the book suggest that Koji Suzuki combines Haruki Murakami with Stephen King suspense I could never agree although I have no idea who Haruki Murakami is LOL but I do know that Stephen King is a briliant author However I think Suzuki could be comparable with Michael Crichton in terms of the science perspectives he laid in the second and third book The story picks up differently after the one told in the second book This one tells a story about a kid named Kaoru who has a brilliant mind already in the age of 10 years old His world was a peaceful one until suddenly a horrible disease in the form of cancer rammed his father and the rest of the world with a full speed It was up to Kaoru alone who grew up to be a young medical student to discover the connection between the mysterious cancer and the artificial life project his father once undertook when he was still working as a computer scientistWhat Kaoru didn t realise was how he would be sucked into another world named Loop A world inside a computer where the virus firstly emerged ravaging all the mankind living inside and somehow was released into the real world carrying damaged genes that destroy people s cells in the form of angry cancers Then he discovered the mystery of the curse videotape that kills everyone after watching it after 7 days and how it affected his father s healthIt s really a knock out thriller presented in world class story telling It hooked me up from the beginning to the end promising something even larger was going to happen in the story and it did kept surprising me from one point to another while at the same time fascinated me at how big the world of imagination the author had in his mind when he wrote down his book I gave my two thumbs upI m so going to find Suzuki s another books and you yes you if you happen to like thriller do get yourself a copy of this Ringu trilogy Yes all three of them I promise you won t get disappointed The Art of Learning: An Inner Journey to Optimal Performance not even worth to mention hereThis third book explains all the mysteries found in the first two books in a twist so unpredictable that Ottolenghi SIMPLE nobody but the author I dare claim could tell how the story actually began in the first book and how it would end as it is clearly described in the third bookAs the cover of the book suggest that Koji Suzuki combines Haruki Murakami with Stephen King suspense I could The Prank War never agree although I have Grammar and Practice with Answer Key no idea who Haruki Murakami is LOL but I do know that Stephen King is a briliant author However I think Suzuki could be comparable with Michael Crichton in terms of the science perspectives he laid in the second and third book The story picks up differently after the one told in the second book This one tells a story about a kid Pills and Pacifiers: An Age-Play Medical Fantasy named Kaoru who has a brilliant mind already in the age of 10 years old His world was a peaceful one until suddenly a horrible disease in the form of cancer rammed his father and the rest of the world with a full speed It was up to Kaoru alone who grew up to be a young medical student to discover the connection between the mysterious cancer and the artificial life project his father once undertook when he was still working as a computer scientistWhat Kaoru didn t realise was how he would be sucked into another world Felt and Torch on Roofing: A Practical Guide named Loop A world inside a computer where the virus firstly emerged ravaging all the mankind living inside and somehow was released into the real world carrying damaged genes that destroy people s cells in the form of angry cancers Then he discovered the mystery of the curse videotape that kills everyone after watching it after 7 days and how it affected his father s healthIt s really a knock out thriller presented in world class story telling It hooked me up from the beginning to the end promising something even larger was going to happen in the story and it did kept surprising me from one point to another while at the same time fascinated me at how big the world of imagination the author had in his mind when he wrote down his book I gave my two thumbs upI m so going to find Suzuki s another books and you yes you if you happen to like thriller do get yourself a copy of this Ringu trilogy Yes all three of them I promise you won t get disappointed

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D alone work though it is best enjoyed by fans of Ring and Spiral The author's own favorite of the trilogy this astounding finale is an emotionally resonant tale that scales conceptual heights from an angle all its own Fiction about fiction has rarely been so gripping Man and I thought Spirals was bad Thankfully I haven t read many bad books in my life thus far but this is by far the worst the plot if you can follow that shit is ludicrous Each book in this series gets worse and worse Suzuki has no clue on ho to write a good story For a guy who seems to be obsessed with science he doesn t half talk out of his ass Fair enough science fiction is a thing and liberties can be taken for a good story but the shit he pulls out of his ass is asinine to the lowest degree I ve never read such utter crap before One the genre is supposed to be thriller but I ll be damned if I was ever thrilled once Two he loves throwing twists in for the sake of it without actually thinking does it make sense or is it even a good twist regardless Just because you can doesn t mean you should Spoiler time who d wanna read this crap though anyway am I rightYou ve basically wasted your time reading the first two books Turns out all that shit happens in an artificial compute program called Loop So that shit isn t even real although the charactersauthor will tell you it is real and still effects things blah blah blah Nah Its stupid stupid stupid The concept isn t even intriguing in the slightest It just appears halfway through and we just have to accept its a thing The opening 50 pages are literally an expository biology seminar but with a genius 11 year old talking to his dad who loves to walk around with a boner and wiping semen on the kitchen sink Seriously That fucking happened And forgetting the surreal semen not that biology ain t cool but if I wanted that I d go to the source instead of picking up a horrorthriller It s dull and its told in an utterly lifeless way ironic and the dialogue is so soap opera awful I wanted to kill myself reading it So the book opens in the worst way imaginable So then we get the Loop crap Yay THEN the fucking main character guy whatever his name is turns out to be the reincarnation essentially of Ryuji You know the guy from the other books It makes about as much sense as wiping semen off your dick onto your own sink in front of your 11 year old son A bunch of other shit happens but I don t want to remember any Its bad So badEnd spoilersThe writing itself is atrocious too Guess the guy never heard the term show don t tell Fucking exposition overlord Every Single Sentence is exposition Every action every mundane action is scrutinised It s painful to read And it s so dry and lifeless too Maybe it s because its a translation but I doubt it I ve read translated works before You can still tell the difference between good and bad prose Just stay away from this series If you ve seen the films and want to start the series Don t It s nothing like the films in the worst possible way The films are far from great but they make the book seem like high art Just avoid at all cost Burn every copy Thank me later 15 Soundtracks For Learning: Using Music In The Classroom no clue on ho to write a good story For a guy who seems to be obsessed with science he doesn t half talk out of his ass Fair enough science fiction is a thing and liberties can be taken for a good story but the shit he pulls out of his ass is asinine to the lowest degree I ve Bleach, Vol. 32: Howling never read such utter crap before One the genre is supposed to be thriller but I ll be damned if I was ever thrilled once Two he loves throwing twists in for the sake of it without actually thinking does it make sense or is it even a good twist regardless Just because you can doesn t mean you should Spoiler time who d wanna read this crap though anyway am I rightYou ve basically wasted your time reading the first two books Turns out all that shit happens in an artificial compute program called Loop So that shit isn t even real although the charactersauthor will tell you it is real and still effects things blah blah blah Nah Its stupid stupid stupid The concept isn t even intriguing in the slightest It just appears halfway through and we just have to accept its a thing The opening 50 pages are literally an expository biology seminar but with a genius 11 year old talking to his dad who loves to walk around with a boner and wiping semen on the kitchen sink Seriously That fucking happened And forgetting the surreal semen Norse Mythology not that biology ain t cool but if I wanted that I d go to the source instead of picking up a horrorthriller It s dull and its told in an utterly lifeless way ironic and the dialogue is so soap opera awful I wanted to kill myself reading it So the book opens in the worst way imaginable So then we get the Loop crap Yay THEN the fucking main character guy whatever his Mastering Manga 3: Power Up with Mark Crilley name is turns out to be the reincarnation essentially of Ryuji You know the guy from the other books It makes about as much sense as wiping semen off your dick onto your own sink in front of your 11 year old son A bunch of other shit happens but I don t want to remember any Its bad So badEnd spoilersThe writing itself is atrocious too Guess the guy 永遠の0 [Eien No Zero] never heard the term show don t tell Fucking exposition overlord Every Single Sentence is exposition Every action every mundane action is scrutinised It s painful to read And it s so dry and lifeless too Maybe it s because its a translation but I doubt it I ve read translated works before You can still tell the difference between good and bad prose Just stay away from this series If you ve seen the films and want to start the series Don t It s Broken Flowers: And Other Stairways to Heaven nothing like the films in the worst possible way The films are far from great but they make the book seem like high art Just avoid at all cost Burn every copy Thank me later 15

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  • ループ Rūpu
  • Kōji Suzuki
  • English
  • 01 October 2019
  • 9781932234251

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 “ループ Rūpu

  1. says:

    I knew eventually I'd have to read Loop to complete this series but when I initially couldn't find a copy of it anywhere I opted to Wiki it and read the basic synopsis It put me off of reading it so I figured I'd just set aside unt

  2. says:

    This book or I should say the Ringu trilogy has surpassed all my expectations from a mere horror story I saw on a DVDOf course I'm referring to the Japanese version of the film The Americanised version of the film is not even worth to mention hereThis third book explains all the mysteries found in the first two books in a

  3. says:

    TL;DR Version Not the most engaging book in the trilogy and a bit disillusioning but still definitely worth a read for fans of Ring and SpiralWall of Text Version Santa Claus is your parentsThis is a revelation that most children in the western world experience eventually It can be a bit harsh and it’s almost a

  4. says:

    I can't remember the last time I read a book that I could say so little about without spoiling anything as Loop I'

  5. says:

    An uninspiring and a disappointing YA science fiction For most part it goes something like this A super genius twenty year old youth single handedly investigates and eradicates a cancerous virus that has plagued the human race Although “Loop” was hailed as the grand finale to the Ringu trilogy in my opinion it is at best nothing than a spin off to its predecessor “Spiral” Koji Suzuki obviously had a

  6. says:

    The final official installment of the Ring trilogy Suzuki takes us off into the land of Phillip K Dick where the life of the people in the Ring is than you ever thought it was and reality itself is twisted While I at times though God what a copout in the end I still really liked it I see exactly why this could have ever been made into a movie Similar to the Doctor Who novel Fear Itself it relies on literary conceits like

  7. says:

    I read The Ring and Spiral a while back and couldn't really remember much about what happened but that's ok as half way through there's a whole summary chapter recounting the events from the previous stories Rather superfluous perhaps though in this case I couldn't complain After a long slow prologue we jump forward a decade and everything grinds to a further halt We're stuck sharing the sympathies the few o

  8. says:

    From supernatural horror to science fiction and then to philosophy the Ring trilogy is perhaps the ueerest series I've read thus far Not that I didn't enjoy the books immenselyLoop is a number of surprising twists that are not only woven into the fabric of the plot of Loop but also the preceding titles I had ha

  9. says:

    Man and I thought Spirals was bad Thankfully I haven't read many bad books in my life thus far but this is by far the worst the plot if you can follow that shit is ludicrous Each book in this series gets worse and worse Suzuki has no clue on ho to write a good story For a guy who seems to be obsessed with science he doesn't half talk out of his ass Fair enough science fiction is a thing and liberties can be ta

  10. says:

    Warning While there are no spoilers for Loop it is impossible to adeuately review this book with giving massive spoilers for Ring and Spiral If you have not read the first two books of the Ring trilogy you might want to skip thisNo Then onwardMost everyone knows the plot of Ring due to the popularity of the movie of the same name People watch a video and die seven days later The first book is mainly in the horror genre and of the

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