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Keiichiro Hirano Ü 6 Free read Read & download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ü Keiichiro Hirano Free read A Man Author Keiichiro Hirano Ence of a former client Rié Takemoto She wants Kido to investigate a dead man her recently deceased husband Daisuké Upon his death she discovered that he’d been living a lie His name his past his entire identity belonged to someone else a total stranger The investigation draws Kido into two intriguing mysteries finding out who Rié’s husband really was and discoveringabout the man he prete. I chose this book from the kindle first reads choices and I was looking for something different as I was suffering from crime and thriller fatigueThis book focuses on the concept of identity specifically the struggle to find inner peace and acceptance regarding circumstances that you have no control over whether it being born into a different heritage from the society you live in or dealing with the ramifications of one person s actions It also delves into the effect external factors and prejudice can have in this battleI know next to nothing about Japanese culture but this book offers an interesting insight into it The translation was a little clunky in areas and I had to re read sections to properly understand them but overall it was a good jobI would be interested to read of this authors work if it gets translated but for now I would highly recommend this book especially if you are interested in issues regarding mental health

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Keiichiro Hirano Ü 6 Free read Read & download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ü Keiichiro Hirano Free read A Man Author Keiichiro Hirano A man follows another man’s trail of lies in a compelling psychological story about the search for identity by Japan’s award winning literary sensation Keiichiro Hirano in his first novel to be translated into EnglishAkira Kido is a divorce attorney whose own marriage is in danger of being destroyed by emotional disconnect With a midlife crisis looming Kido’s life is upended by the reemerg. Keiichiro Hirano s first novel to be translated into English does make for an intriguing read but whether it will prove as popular here as it has in Japan and other countries only time will tell And if you are wondering when it mentions a liver transplant from a living person yes it is done but I should stress not the whole liver is taken so please do not think that this is a mistake in this bookHere then we read of a woman whose husband dies and then when she directly informs her husband s family she finds that her deceased partner is not who she thought he was Contacting the lawyer who had done the divorce from her first husband some years ago so he is on the track to find out who her husband really was and what has happened to the person who she thought she was married toThis book won the Yomiuri Prize for Fiction in Japan and it is uite thoughtful and multi layered If you think that this is a plain simple mystery due to the book details then you would be wrong Yes this is a mystery but not a conventional crime mystery so please bare this in mind to prevent disappointment We are taken into the past and present of Ri Takemoto the wife of the deceased and her bringing up her children plus into the life of the lawyer whose marriage seems to be gradually falling apart Also we are given details on the Japanese legal system the xenophobia in the country and the prejudice against Zainichi KoreansHere then we are made to ponder why someone would want to change their identity and for what purpose We all know of cases where there is a change in sex or to conceal witnesses and such like from retaliation but here we are shown that people can have reasons to want to be someone else As we think about this we can see the strains that it can cause on those playing other parts and what happens when it eventually comes into the open that someone is not who they purport to be With a glimpse inside Japan s legal system and how we can all get caught up in things so this shows on many levels those things that we may ignore even though doing so can have an impact on our own wellbeing and that of others This thus as I have mentioned is a multi layered read with so much to take in and contemplate even after you have finished this thus actually making it a good choice for book groups This book will also probably be appreciated by those who are accustomed to reading books in translation as they will have a greater understanding of cultural differences between nations and writing styles

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Keiichiro Hirano Ü 6 Free read Read & download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ü Keiichiro Hirano Free read A Man Author Keiichiro Hirano Nded to be Soon with each new revelation Kido will come to share the obsession with and the lure of erasing one life to create a new oneIn A Man winner of Japan’s prestigious Yomiuri Prize for Literature Keiichiro Hirano explores the search for identity the ambiguity of memory the legacies with which we live and die and the reconciliation of who you hoped to be with who you’ve actually becom. I have always thought of writing novels that rather than making people s hands unable to stop turning to the next page are so immersive that a reader would want to bask in it forever in a state of both wanting and not wanting to turn to the next page That statement is from Keiichiro Hirano s website It s a statement that perfectly sums up for me Haruki Murakami novelsTo compere Hirano to Murakami is probably unfair because Murakami is one of my favourite novelists of all time He does however like Murakami feature music specifically Jazz No opera though or cats I did find myself listening to Masabumi Kichuchi a lot after reading thisDoes Hirano achieve the aim of his statement in A Man Well yes I think he does I loved his style very subtle emotionally something I find in Murakami s work He also has a fine eye for detail There is a scene where one of the characters Kido is thinking of having a few drinks in a bar when a Masabumi Kichuchi piano solo comes on The tempo seemed to slowly dismantle time each note a clear droplet that fell and spread overlapping ripples through the silent interior I loved that description Even though you may not have heard Kichuchi you feel as if you can almost hear the music jn your headA slight criticism is that the style isn t consistent This could be down to the translation I notice this was mentioned in another review and I agree there were parts where it was a bit chunky and didn t flow smoothly But this is a minor criticism and doesn t deter you from enjoying the bookThe story is about mortality and identity What is it that defines you We all at times look at other people and think their lives are better what would it be like if you could live their lives But how would you achieve this Could mendacious sincerity consummately performed be the ultimate deception Hirano also covers heavy topics such racism and the death penalty In fact he packs an awful lot into just under 300 pages on the Kindle version There is an awful lot to think about On top of this A Man is also a detective story and is uite complex and darkThe story concerns Rie Takemoto who s second husband Daisuke Taniguchi is killed in a logging accident He had told her never to contact his family if he died but after a year she writes to his motherAfter this his brother arrives and it is discovered that the man who Rie had been married to was not all he seemed This is the basis of the story but not all of it It is multi layeredRie employs a lawyer Kido to unravel the mystery of Daisuke Most of the book is centred around him He too has identity problems He becomes obsessed with the story of Rie s husband who refers to as XThere is a lot of information given by Hirano about Japanese law the family register system and Korean racism within Japan It also deals with psychology and what makes us who we are This may be too cerebral for some but I didn t find this I found it entertaining and interesting and at times yes I did linger on a page wanting and not wanting to turn the page I found at the end I had highlighted a considerable amount of the text Text that I wanted to go back and read againDespite my minor criticism I was impressed by A Man so much so that I look forward to translations of Keiichiro Hirano s books It s beautifully written It s not an edge of your seat thriller but it is a good detective novel Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives unable to stop turning to the next page are so immersive that a reader would want to bask in it forever in a state of both wanting and not wanting to turn to the next page That statement is from Keiichiro Hirano s website It s a statement that perfectly sums Shadowspell Academy The Culling Trials up for me Haruki Murakami novelsTo compere Hirano to Murakami is probably Alligators, Monsters & Cool School Poems unfair because Murakami is one of my favourite novelists of all time He does however like Murakami feature music specifically Jazz No opera though or cats I did find myself listening to Masabumi Kichuchi a lot after reading thisDoes Hirano achieve the aim of his statement in A Man Well yes I think he does I loved his style very subtle emotionally something I find in Murakami s work He also has a fine eye for detail There is a scene where one of the characters Kido is thinking of having a few drinks in a bar when a Masabumi Kichuchi piano solo comes on The tempo seemed to slowly dismantle time each note a clear droplet that fell and spread overlapping ripples through the silent interior I loved that description Even though you may not have heard Kichuchi you feel as if you can almost hear the music jn your headA slight criticism is that the style isn t consistent This could be down to the translation I notice this was mentioned in another review and I agree there were parts where it was a bit chunky and didn t flow smoothly But this is a minor criticism and doesn t deter you from enjoying the bookThe story is about mortality and identity What is it that defines you We all at times look at other people and think their lives are better what would it be like if you could live their lives But how would you achieve this Could mendacious sincerity consummately performed be the Prime Suspect The True Story of John Cannan the Only Man Police Want to Investigate for the Murder of Suzy Lamplugh ultimate deception Hirano also covers heavy topics such racism and the death penalty In fact he packs an awful lot into just An Ocean of Blessings under 300 pages on the Kindle version There is an awful lot to think about On top of this A Man is also a detective story and is يأجوج ومأجوج من الوجود حتى الفناء uite complex and darkThe story concerns Rie Takemoto who s second husband Daisuke Taniguchi is killed in a logging accident He had told her never to contact his family if he died but after a year she writes to his motherAfter this his brother arrives and it is discovered that the man who Rie had been married to was not all he seemed This is the basis of the story but not all of it It is multi layeredRie employs a lawyer Kido to L'Amante du Rif unravel the mystery of Daisuke Most of the book is centred around him He too has identity problems He becomes obsessed with the story of Rie s husband who refers to as XThere is a lot of information given by Hirano about Japanese law the family register system and Korean racism within Japan It also deals with psychology and what makes The A List DietFitness Plan us who we are This may be too cerebral for some but I didn t find this I found it entertaining and interesting and at times yes I did linger on a page wanting and not wanting to turn the page I found at the end I had highlighted a considerable amount of the text Text that I wanted to go back and read againDespite my minor criticism I was impressed by A Man so much so that I look forward to translations of Keiichiro Hirano s books It s beautifully written It s not an edge of your seat thriller but it is a good detective novel