Summer, Fireworks, and My Corpse - Hirotaka Adachi

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Summer, Fireworks, and My Corpse - Hirotaka Adachi

Two short novels, including the title story and Black Fairy Tale, plus a bonus short story. Summer is the simple story of a nine-year-old girl who dies while on summer vacation. While her youthful killers try to hide her body, she tells us the story--from the point of view of her dead body--of the children's attempt to get away with murder. Black Fairy Tale is classic J-horror: a young girl loses an eye in an accident but receives a transplant. Now she can see again, but what she sees out of her new left eye is the experiences and memories of its previous owner. Its previous deceased owner. źródło opisu: VIZ Media LLC, 2010 źródło okładki:

ISBN 1-4215-3644-7
tytuł oryginału 夏と花火と私の死体 (Natsu to hanabi to watashi no shitai)
kategoria horror
język angielski
słowa kluczowe horror
liczba stron 300
data wydania 21 września 2010
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