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About the Author: Mo Hayder

Tóquio Kindle ä Mo Hayder Mo Hayder left school at fifteen She worked as a barmaid, security guard, film maker, hostess in a Tokyo club, educational administrator and teacher of English as a foreign language in Asia She has an MA in film from The American University in Washington DC and an MA in creative writing from Bath Spa University UK Mo lives in Bath with her daughter Lotte Genevieve.Series Jack Caffery


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It is really hard to categorise this book Tóquio It is really scary but not a horror story well not in the conventional sense There is a mystery at the heart of it but it isn t crime or mystery It is about another culture that is sometimes hard to understand and accept It creeped me out but I had to keep reading though I am not a fan of being scared It was dark and sinister but not bloody and gory It was also enlightening My mother is Chinese and hates the Japanese, which always embarrassed m It is really hard to categorise this book Tóquio It is really scary but not a horror story well not in the conventional sense There is a mystery at the heart of it but it isn t crime or mystery It is about another culture that is sometimes hard to understand and accept It creeped me out but I had to keep reading though I am not a fan of being scared It was dark and sinister but not bloody and gory It was also e You can be brave and confident as you like, you can convince yourself that you re invulnerable, that you know what you re dealing with You think that it won t ever really get too serious that there ll be some kind of a warning before it goes that far, danger music, maybe, playing offstage, the way you get in films But it seems to me that disasters aren t like that Disasters are life s great ambushers they have a way of jumping on you when your eyes are fixed on something else Rape of You can be brave and confident as you like, you can convince yourself that you re invulnerable, that you know what you re dealing with You think that it won t ever really get too serious that there ll be some kind of a warning before it goes that far, danger music, maybe, playing offstage, the way you get in films But it seems to me that disasters aren t like that Disasters a
Mo Hayder delivers the most thought provoking thriller I have ever encountered Set in 1990 Tokyo with roots that take you back to the 1937 Nanking massacre, this account is positively chilling Three voices have entered my head.
Grey is a personally troubled, young student from London, with a highly unstable past and a vested interest in her research of war atrocities, most notably the 1937 Nanking Massacre She has come to Tokyo in search of Shi Chonming, a Nanking survivor, who Grey believes Mo Hayder delivers the most thought provoking thriller I have ever encountered Set in 1990 Tokyo with roots that take you back to the 1937 Nanking massacre, this account is positively chilling Three voices have entered my head.
Grey is a personally troubled, young student from London, with a highly unstable past and a vested interest in her research of war atrocities, most notably the 1937 Finished this a few days ago, and it might be my favorite book Tóquio of the year Terrifying Expect a review next week

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