Labyrinth by Yoshinori Shimizu

LabyrinthLabyrinth by Yoshinori Shimizu
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A perplexing tale that kept me riveted throughout. Any synopses would fail to completely describe this philosophical novel starting with an anonymous narrator with amnesia. The narrator (and we) are presented with a series of letters, news articles, interviews and police files which all relate in some way to a recent grisly murder of a woman killed by her stalker. I really enjoyed this!


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