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Truths And Revelations Students and revelations The students and Moriguchi are touched by these perspectives which enrich the revenge and eave everyone a A Vineyard Christmas little vulnerable to the truth A wonderfully crafted story that keeps the reader s attention throughout Those whoove a thriller with many hidden revelations will enjoy this and need not worry about the translation as it keeps a seamless narrativeWhile this book is apparently an international sensation I had not heard about it I am glad I scrolled through my Een Bijzondere Vorm Van Osteosclerose localibrary and found it which has fit nicely into "the end of my holiday reading period Minato does well in presenting this "end of my holiday reading period Minato does well in presenting this which allows the reader to see the story particularly the crime through the eyes of many characters thereby offering motives and enriching the greater story Yuko Moriguchi is an interesting character given the first opportunity to tell her version of events The reader is ikely ocked into this truth through the ong opening chapter and their beliefs are only then shaped by subseuent characters all of whom twist events slightly to their favour while peppering the narrative with new facts The various perspectives are strong and depict the differences in age mentality and ability of those given the narrative reins which can force a reader to relax their preconceived notions The story is not ike anything I have read before both because of its Japanese influenced references and individualised approach to the subject matter This is unlike many thrillers English and translated alike that I have read proving both refreshing and mind cramping I was impressed to see the story develop as it did and am interested to read Minato s second piece which seems to be receiving the same type of praiseKudos Madam Minato for such a thought provoking novel Full of the criminal element and personal angst I can see why you received such Hot Shot (North Ridge Book 3) literary praiseLovehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge Her pupils murdered her daughter she will have her revenge That was as much as I need to know about this novel in order for it to engage my interest Firstly I would never have come across this book if it wasn t for a friend here on Good reads who s review encouraged me to read this wonderful novelI really enjoyed this story of revenge by Japanese writer Kanae Minato and found myself intrigued by the happenings in this Japanese schoolIistened to this book and the chapters are narrated in alternating voices and I enjoyed the narrator very muchThis is a dark and disturbing novel that had Math Basics 6 lots of unexpected twists and turns to keep the reader interested The writing is simplistic and yet the author manages to captivate her readers with an imaginative and entertaining plot Iove complex and dislikable characters so be warned this book is not for readers who are Voyage to the Underworld (Star Wars Missions, looking foroveable charactersFor a short novel this one really packs a punch and I will recommend this one to many of my friendsI think readers who enjoyed ike Defending Jacob may enjoy this one Insidiously viciousWhat a riveting opening and explosive ending view spoilerPun appropriately intended hide spoile. Ta é a sua vingança. ,
This book was FUCKED Oh my GOD I read a fair amount of dark and twisty things but this went above and beyond anything I ve ever read before I audibly gasped twice while reading it Jfc I m honestly still too shook to write a coherent review so in short this book was fucked the fuck up read at your own riskTW murder animal cruelty depression 45 Stars THIS BOOK This is a book I would recommend to everyone The twists and the turns were incredible Nearly every twist and turn knocked me off my feet and that is SO rare as I predict so many twists in thrillers and mystery books This book should really have the success of books ike Gone Girl The Girl on the Train because it s just so awesome I m not going to say anything to give the story itself away because I don t want to ruin it Story 45 Stars Writing 4 Stars Execution 5 Stars This book was almost perfect Things dropped off a teeny bit in the middle of the story bu Confessions revolves around the revenge plot contrived by a middle school teacher Yuko Moriguchi Her four year daughter Manami accidentally dies on the school grounds but on further investigation she earns it wasn t an accident Heartbroken she decides to resign but during her ast ecture to the class she reveals the truth about the incident and sets in motion a plan to avenge her daughter The story showcases the ives of the people in the aftermath of her confession Confessions is one of the most uniue and twisted psychological thrillers I ve read It was such a page turning experience The story was narrated by different characters which provide a fresh narrative to the story and reveals information So what we earn in the beginning gets completely amended as we earn in detail about the incident and the motivation of the charact this book is delivered in a stark and barebones prose but the story itself is surprisingly convoluted
intricatethe first is told in the form of a ecture as a teacher addresses her class with what appears to be a series of anecdotal non seuiturs about the new milk program at school the announcement of her impending retirement the illness of a famous teacher at another school the recent death of her four year old daughter manami etc etc but slowly subtly her ecture becomes a tightening noose as these seemingly unconnected stories take on a chilling "AS SHE ULTIMATELY ACCUSES TWO STUDENTS "she ultimately accuses two students the sh ya and naoki of causing manami s death and then very casually drops the bombshell of the horrifying revenge she has already set in motion her detached offhandedness makes this final Smokin' Hot lecture incredibly shocking and when the teasingly meandering narrative starts to firm up and show its true shape it s justike BOOM class is dismissedthe second chapter threw me for a oop at first new voice new tone who s this then turns out this chapter is told from the POV of a girl in the class mizuki the class president who witnesses and reports on the aftermath of the teacher s revenge plot admission and the way it affects the two accused boys and how the revelation that they are murderers causes the other children to treat them short answer badlyfrom there the chapter voice is handed off to each of accused two boys in tu. Os seus alunos assass. .and intricatethe first
Rn and a chapter from naoki s "sister and then it circles back again to sh ya and naoki and with each chapter we "and then it circles back again to sh ya and naoki and with each chapter we and about the repercussions as well as about the motivations eading up to the girl s murder and the truth of her death as each narrative answers a few uestions unmasks ies exposes intent and fills in the gaps as the individual perspectives begin to interlock in these perfect spokes and the story comes to an explosive conclusion with a final chapter from the teacher one ast act of vengeance one gotcha and the ast word is emphatically had i iked it although i found it dragging sometimes despite how unadorned the prose is sometime i felt it was taking too Wanton Nights long to get to the conclusion and would have worked better at a faster pace considering the genre i did really enjoy the structure a sort of nest of confessions with an increasingly paranoid tone and i appreciated the way that the motivations for seemingly inexcusable actions are revealed and you begin to be able to sympathize and understand the characters aittle better but then we re off into another viewpoint and all the good intentions or misguided reasons have already been tainted and transformed into new violent acts and it s just too ate for anyone to be savedbleak deadly destructivecome
to my blog Brilliantly constructed but pointless I m disappointed given the volume of buzz and strong recommendationsmy blog Brilliantly constructed but pointless I m disappointed given the volume of buzz and strong recommendations this novel Still Confessions is original and offers a sterling and surprising ending This novel is an unreliable multiple first person POV epistolary thriller debut novelview spoilerwell there are 2 chapters that are not epistolary ike hide spoiler I came across this book by accident when I read a review on Goodreads It intrigued me enough to download it and I was immediately hooked The novel begins with a teacher telling her students that she is resigning from middle school A single mother to a four year old daughter her students believe she is eaving because of a terrible single mother to a four year old daughter her students believe she is eaving because of a terrible which saw her ittle girl found dead in the school pool However in a speech at the end of term the teacher relates the story of what happened that day and of how two students in the class are guilty of her murderThis is a iterary mystery We know what happened and we know who did it but what unfolds is the story of the teacher s revenge and the conseuences of her actions Different chapters are told from the viewpoint of different characters one of the students in the class the two boys accused of the murder one of th Needing a uick book to fill my time before ending a holiday I turned to Kanae Minato s debut thriller that spins a murderous tale from many perspectives Yuko Moriguchi has chosen to retire from teaching after her young daughter drowned in a pool As a single mother the death hit hard and Moriguchi faces her students one final time to deliver an end of year ecture During this final address she admits that the death of her daughter was no accident and that two students are responsible choosing not to reveal them to the class She has taken it upon herself to exact a form of revenge even after the police deemed the death an accident What follows is a telling of the events through the eyes of. Inaram a sua filha Es.