Masquerade and the Nameless Women



Masquerade and the Nameless WomenSince The Death Of Her Sister, Police Force Newbie Yuri Uguisu Has Been Chasing The Notoriously Untraceable Serial Killer Masquerade When A New Corpse Turns Up In Odaiba, Yuri Immediately Goes On Alert Only To Recognize The Victim As An Old Classmate, The Alluring And Mysterious Reina Myoko When The Police Force Calls In Long Time Consultant Psychologist Seiren Higano For Assistance In Untangling The Testimonies Of Reina S Father, Fianc , And Lover, Yuri Meets The Riveting, Charismatic Psychologist For The First Time Little Does She Know That Higano Is None Other Than Masquerade Himself Faced With Reina S Case, Higano Promises To Get The Answers, But No One Is Prepared For The Conclusion Reached In The Interrogation Room In This Cat And Mouse Tale Of Hunter And Hunted, Eiji Mikage Has Woven A Subtle And Twisting Tale Of Clashing Motives And Murky Identities, Where Nothing Anyone Says Can Be Taken At Face Value

Dropped out of college to become a writer he still works a part time job to make ends meet.

!!> Read ➯ Masquerade and the Nameless Women ➳ Author Eiji Mikage – Bluevapours.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 222 pages
  • Masquerade and the Nameless Women
  • Eiji Mikage
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 1947194380

10 thoughts on “Masquerade and the Nameless Women

  1. Hyperion says:

    Though it got a little convoluted for me at the end, it made me want to go back and reread it as well as hope for a sequel, so that s enough for me to give it 4 stars and a recommendation to read it I ve also been enjoying this author s only other work to make it to English, The Empty Box and Zeroth Maria, so I hope we ll getEiji Mikage books over here in the future.

  2. Teresa says:

    3.8 stars I enjoyed it It was a bit too convoluted for my taste but overall I thought it was a good mystery and it did keep me guessing I would ve likedshifting between the main character and Masquerade s POVs somehow Especially after everything was said and done at the end Speaking of the ending, it made me think the is part of a series but what i can find so far makes it seem like thats not so Overall it was an interesting mystery if a little too windy for my taste.

  3. Mandy says:

    I enjoyed it immensely I liked that the serial killer was not the focus of the book and the mystery was complicated and twisted I m not sure why I picked it up especially since in not usually a fan of mysteries It sort of called to me I think it was the cover and then the synopsis.I m glad I did.I need to check to see if there are .

  4. Niquie says:

    This book was frustrating It was pages and pages of speculation Most of it nonsense and or baseless When everything was revealed it felt like I wasn t time I wouldn t get back But I did finish this book in 2 days which is unusual for me these days And I did like how the hints were sprinkled in.

  5. Rebecca says:

    This was twisty but not quite deliciously twisty, if that makes sense some of the twists felt expected in ways that dulled them Still, I d be interested to read a sequel if one were to be written, and someone over at Vertical has great taste in mystery novels.

  6. Yoz0ra says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I don t often read mystery stories, but I decided to do something different and chose to read this book for a change of pace And also the cover looks beautiful.The story follows Yuri, the narrator of the book, solving the murder of her former classmate from high school, Reina, and the mystery of the serial killer s identity Unlike most mystery stories, the readers already know who the serial killer is since his name is on the blurb on the book s back and is at the beginning It s Higano The I don t often read mystery stories, but I decided to do something different and chose to read this book for a change of pace And also the cover looks beautiful.The story follows Yuri, the narrator of the book, solving the murder of her former classmate from high school, Reina, and the mystery of the serial killer s identity Unlike most mystery stories, the readers already know who the serial killer is since his name is on the blurb on the book s back and is at the beginning It s Higano The real question the story is asking readers is if the serial killer is responsible for Reina s murder, and what is the truth The story was fast paced and unpredictable Every few chapters in the story, there are twists andtwists However, most of these twists cause the story to become convoluted and hard to keep track of what is going on in the story Fortunately, the very end which actually takes place before the prologue of the story clears most of the stuff up and explains why certain characters perform certain actions But, the way it was handled is not great It was just two characters, the killer and his victim, info dumping to each other There was so much information being dropped in the last section, I had a difficult time digesting the entire thing in my mind.The characters were alright at best and forgettable at worst The main character, Yuri, is the audience surrogate, but she is too bland, in my opinion The character that stands out the most is Higano Whenever he always steals the spotlight whenever he appears in the book Especially when he talks about coffee and waxes philosophically about the meaning of truth The book is not put everything down and read it immediately type of book It s an entertaining book, but it s a quick book to read if you want to finish up a reading challenge

  7. Leon Mcintosh says:

    Ok, so I gotta ask what is with this author s obsession with the name Reina Look up his other works More importantly, this story was very convoluted, which doesn t make it a bad thing However, if you are one of those readers that read mystery books to try and solve it before the book ends Well, that s gonna be very difficult with this one The problem is a bit of the books consistency throughout the books You never get all the facts in the case Granted that is part of this story s charm t Ok, so I gotta ask what is with this author s obsession with the name Reina Look up his other works More importantly, this story was very convoluted, which doesn t make it a bad thing However, if you are one of those readers that read mystery books to try and solve it before the book ends Well, that s gonna be very difficult with this one The problem is a bit of the books consistency throughout the books You never get all the facts in the case Granted that is part of this story s charm that I liked But I also found it slightly annoying as I tried to solve it new details and data kept getting added onto the mix No to mention that many of the characters individual theories on what happened can leave you at a lost This was a good page Turner However, I recommend for those that like to solve mysteries, just enjoy the ride with this book But if you choose to try and solve it, you ll probably have fun with that I will say the summary of the book kind off makes the final parts of the book seem unsurprising but NOT bland The twist of the book because obviously there is one was very interesting and the concept hasn t been done in a while Save for a certain Batman Movie, I ll leave you to figure that out

  8. Sae-chan says:

    This is not a Whodunit but Whydunit or Howdunit Interesting and very very noir.Too bad the translation is not that good She embodies maternity Wth does it mean She has big belly She behaves like a pregnant woman She makes guys feel like having 10 kids All alternative s are not very appealing.

  9. Maverynthia says:

    This book is bullshit, news at 11.He also wrote Zeroth Maria which stars a girl that can t kill.

  10. Axeshizzle says:

    I love Eiji Mikage, but this was a step down from Kamisu Reina and Hakomari.

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