Goth

Goth

by Otsuichi
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Goth 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
maggotheart More than 1 year ago
This book is very twisted and graphic so please don't forget the Mature rating on this book. Goth is a great manga that captures the sheer thrilling capabilities of horror that only the Japanese can capture. The illustrations are stunning, but, not recommended for the light of heart. **IMPORTANT NOTE** This manga is an adaption of the novel, Goth. In this version some story lines are cut and blended together. It's a very amazing book nonetheless and I read it before reading the novel myself but If you enjoy this I strongly recommend picking up the novel or even reading the novel before hand. Side-note: A Goth movie has been planned to be released for all the fans of the book [:
ReadingBifrost 5 months ago
Goth is book with six short horror stories; Goth, Wrist-Cut, Dog, Memory/Twins, Grave, and Voice. The stories are connected by two high school students that have a fondness for serial killers and occasionally get way too close to the killers. The main character can be compared to a young Dexter, if you’ve seen the show. He has a very calm detachment to emotions, but is interested in how and why the serial killers work in each story. Morino is a self-inserted side-kick to our main character. She makes herself useful to him and loves to investigate crimes, but it seems like she is more working to impress the main character than anything else. What makes Goth different from other Japanese horror novels is the lack of supernatural elements. Each story has a different flair. A couple of the stories reveal dark secrets about the main characters while other stories are just plain dark and twisted, but each story is based on the actions of humans and not ghosts or demons like a typical Japanese novel. The constant questions on the reader’s mind throughout the book is are the main characters eventually going to become killers themselves? Are they going to become victims when they get too close? It’s enough to keep drawing you in and shivering through the creeps working up and down your spine.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fantastic read even if I had to put it down a few times out if fright! It engaged me right from the get go, and I'm not usually that into horror. The blending a simple stories with completely unexpected twists, that make sense, really bring this book to a new level. If body horror isn't your thing then I'd avoid this, but if you have the stomach for it I'd recommend this book to any horror fan. Nice short stories all tied together with the main pair, very good and very engaging!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
That was good
miss_kuchiki More than 1 year ago
GOTH by Otsuichi, the original novel is so much better than the manga of it. Very interesting style of story telling. This is the only horror novel that I actually like. Definitely worth the read. The chapter "Dog," was the most mind-boggling of them all. ... It's a page turner!
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Aku More than 1 year ago
When I first stumbled upon this book, I was immediately interested by the premise. I find serial killers fascinating, and the book sounded interesting enough, so I decided to buy it. It's wonderful. The individual stories are extremely interesting, as are the plot twists. The main characters add to the atmosphere of the book- if you're expecting a caring, concerned duo of high-schoolers, it's best to abandon that notion, as the narrator truly has no emotions, and throughout the book thinks about how he wouldn't mind killing someone. I'd go into more detail, but it's really best to read it for yourself. One more thing I have to add is that the novel is much, much better than the manga. It has more stories, they're very well-written, and not confusing in the least. The manga combines several stories and leaves out one or two, and can be confusing at times.
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TheNyan More than 1 year ago
The novel is defiantly well written. Otsuichi's writing style makes this book very unpredictable, you will never truly know the outcome of the story. There are the perfect amount of twists in the stories that make this book hard to put down. You can either be reading the narrators point of view, or the Goth's two main characters, are obsessed with death and murders, finding information about them, studying them, and even solving them, but never turning the murderer in. You can either be reading the narrators point of view, or the one of the killer. Each story is thrilling, gripping and will leave you eager for more. It is now one of my favorite books and would gladly recommend it to someone who wants to read something different, something unique. This book is a mystery, thriller and a psychological book that can be quite disturbing to some readers. It often puts you in the mind set of the killer, displaying all the emotions and decisions expressed during that time of the murder. This is a must read, and if you have only read the manga, I am more favorable of this version. Its very different.
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InAWord More than 1 year ago
It's my favorite manga ever, and I would totally read the novel (by Otsuichi) if I were you.
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ScARy-GoHSTy More than 1 year ago
I REALLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK. I MEAN IT WAS REALLY COOL. EVEN THOUGHT IM NOT GOTH OR EMO. I THOUGHT IT WAS GREAT. IT KEEP ME ENTERTANIED THE WHOLE TIME I WAS READING IT. YOU GOTTA READ IT. IM GOIN TO BUY THE NOVEL TOMARO. WOOHOO!!!!
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