Tokyo #4: Fight To The End

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On August 15, —the first anniversary of the Japanese surrender—the partially decomposed, raped, and strangled bodies of two women are found in Shiba Park. More murders will soon be uncovered: women killed in the same way, and, it becomes clear, by the same hand.

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Narrated by the irreverent, despairing yet determined Detective Minami of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police, Toky On August 15, —the first anniversary of the Japanese surrender—the partially decomposed, raped, and strangled bodies of two women are found in Shiba Park. And it is the story of Detective Minami: chasing down, and haunted by, memories of atrocities that he can no longer explain or forgive.

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Tokyo Trilogy 1. Detective Inspector Minami , Kodaira Yoshio. Tokyo , Japan.

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To ask other readers questions about Tokyo Year Zero , please sign up. Does anyone think Pearce was conflating the two characters' actions? War as senseless murder Opinions please. See 1 question about Tokyo Year Zero…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details.

More filters. Sort order. Oct 01, Violet wells rated it really liked it Shelves: contemporary-british-fiction. Our narrator is Inspector Minami of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police, a homicide detective in a city strewn with corpses. A man tormented by his war experience, by the humiliation of Japan, by a drug habit which makes him vulnerable to a murderous crime boss and by the growing difficulty of keeping his family free from hunger and disease.

The case he is working on is based on a real one — the bodies of two girls are found in a park. Then the case file for the other murder goes missing. Something is badly awry in the police department. Before long more bodies turn up. This is a relentlessly bleak novel, burrowing deeper and deeper into the interiority of a deeply troubled soul, both of a defeated individual and a defeated nation. Just as well then that the prose is thrillingly inspired and freshly original.

View all 8 comments. Apr 20, Daniel Clausen rated it it was amazing. I itch. I scratch. I write a review.

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In the smoke-filled bar, in a dark corner of cyberspace, where people are too interested in noir novels to care about the real world, I tell the man across from me that the book is one part mood, one part madness, one part stylized crime novel. What does it all mean in the end? One year after the end of the war, at the height of the US occupation of Japan, everything is still too broken to be meaningful. And yet something called life goes on.

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Wrapped in a warped, twisted world, there is a fairly standard crime story based on fact. But the devil is in the details. And the details lead to mood. They lead to repetition. They lead to doubt. The narrator is a broken man, so meaning comes in shards of broken glass. The man seems unimpressed. Yes, he says. But what does it all mean in the end? Some parts are easily understood. I hand him the pieces of glass. Other parts don't come so easily. As easily as war-memory battered sleep. As easy as the stains come off the mugs of this smoke -filled bar in the dark corner of cyberspace. As easily as Enough, he says.

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You know what I want. I hand him the pills. And this will take me to sleep? This will take me to your book review. I smile. I bow. View 1 comment.

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May 09, Mason Mark rated it did not like it. Worst novel I've read in Tragic because that there is an interesting story in here, smothered by the worst experimental writing style I've seen since high school writing class. A full third of this book is repeated sentences. I itch and I scratch. Huge swaths of the book would be totally fine, except that every other sentence literally! I would have never finished this horrible book, exc Worst novel I've read in I would have never finished this horrible book, except I bought it at Tokyo airport before a trip and had nothing else in English to read.

And I am not exaggerating about the author's style. He literally did it just like I am doing now. Well, maybe I should adapt his style for my own story. Don't buy this book. I wish I had bought some other book at the airport. Even some cheesy best-seller would be more entertaining. The only good thing I can say about this book is that it taught me to read only every other sentence on a page.

In fact, I wish some other author would rewrite this story, without the failed experiment in melodramatic style. In conclusion, I don't think anybody should buy this book. Don't buy-- But I wish I knew of more novels like this one gritty crime stories of postwar japan with interesting characters without the deal-breaker freakish writing style affectations. Mar 22, Esteban del Mal rated it did not like it Shelves: fiction , night-of-the-living-unread , novel. March 27; Page 1, naively optimistic I dreamt that Captain Kangaroo was working as a bartender last night.