Maijō, Ōtarō,Snyder, Stephen. () Asura Girl /MLA Citation
Maijō, Ōtarō,Snyder, Stephen,Asura Girl. : . Print.
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Asura Girl /
Otaro Maijo ; translated by Stephen Snyder.
|Other Names:||Snyder, Stephen,|
|Published:||San Francisco : Haikasoru, |
|Topics:||High school girls - Fiction. | Serial murders - Fiction. | FICTION / Thrillers. | FICTION / Suspense. | Maijō, Ōtarō, 1973- - Translated into English.|
|Genres:||Suspense fiction. | Thrillers (Fiction) | Fiction. | Suspense fiction.|
|Uniform Title:||Ashura garu. English|
|Author:||Maijō, Ōtarō, 1973-|
|Physical Description:||214 pages ; 21 cm
|Summary:||"Seventeen-year-old Aiko lives a life of casual sex and casual violence, though at heart she remains a schoolgirl with an unrequited crush on her old classmate Yoji Kaneko. Life is about to get harder for Aiko, as a recent fling, Sano, has been kidnapped, and the serial killer Guru-Guri Majin (Round-and-Round Devil) has begun slaughtering children. The youth are rioting in the streets, egged on by the underground Internet bulletin board known as Ten-no Koe, the Voice from Heaven. Expecting that Yoji will come and save her from the madness, Aiko posts a demand for her own murder on Ten-no-Koe, but will she be left waiting...or worse?"--
Snyder, Stephen, 1957- translator.