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KIZUMONOGATARI

Wound Tale
Autor: NISIOISIN
Spieldauer: 9 Std. und 32 Min.
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Around midnight, under a lonely streetlamp in a provincial town in Japan, lies a white woman, a blonde, alone, robbed of all four limbs yet undead. Indeed, a rumor's been circulating among the local girls that a vampire has come to their backwater, of all places.

Koyomi Araragi, who prefers to avoid having friends because they'd lower his "intensity as a human", is naturally skeptical. Yet it is to him that the bloodsucking demon, a concept "dated twice over", beckons on the first day of spring break as he makes his way home with a fresh loot of morally compromising periodicals.

Always disarmingly candid, often hilariously playful, and sometimes devastatingly moving, KIZUMONOGATARI: Wound Tale is the perfect gateway into the world of author NISIOISIN, the best-selling young novelist in Japan today. The prequel to BAKEMONOGATARI ("Monster Tale"), this is where the legendary MONOGATARI series, whose anime adaptations have enjoyed international popularity and critical acclaim, begins.

©2015 NISIOISIN (P)2016 Random House Audio

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Wasted Potential

I like the novel, I like the voice actors. However, direction for the characters as well as the music was utterly unbearable, often ruining a carefully set up mood, by being wildly out of place. The music in particular is so generic and omnipresent, that it starts getting on your nerves even before it goes against the scene.

They really should have taken some inspiration from the movies instead. Especially this contrast makes the audiobook seem like garbage at times.

This makes me sad as a fan. I'd much rather listen to an audiobook than read the novels, but this certainly isn't the kind of adaptation, this series deserves.

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Awesome!

Cant wait for the next title of this series to show up here! Dont let me down Audible...