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Report as inappropriate. Interesting twist. Would give it 2. I never reached the point that I couldn't put it down. This was my first book by this author.

He has a good wrting style.

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I could not put the book down. Very suspenseful. I'm torn here. I did enjoy the writing style and story telling by this author. While it never grabbed me and took me to that "can't put it down" status, I was very much into the story and wanted to see what was next. The tragedy lies in how no one, including his loved one, can never ever acquire the level of intelligence required to fully comprehend the complexity of his love embroidered into webs of calculations.

There is no difference between Hanaoka and a student who has neither the patience nor capacity to fully understand the proof of a mathematical theorem, and so its brilliance is to be neglected by its primary audience till the end of time.

This is a layered tragedy told in a mathematically beautiful and concise manner, generating waves of aftershocks. One person found this helpful. In fact, I went back and read the explanation again Though thinking back on it I'm sure the plot device has probably been used before. The way the book is written is unputdownable, especially whenever our two masterminds meet and near the end when it the solution is being revealed.

And the ending? I would give 5 stars just for that. Hardcover Verified download. Absolutely gorgeous writing, clear and concise without oversimplifying. Knockout of a story. It may surprise you even if you think you know where it's going, and it's a tremendous character study. I will look for more by this author. Paperback Verified download. Yasuko Hanaoka is a single mother just trying to get ahead.

She's finally working a more respectable job and raising her teenage daughter, Misato, as best she can. Her sleazy ex-husband, Togashi, is making that difficult. As much as she tries to distance herself, he keeps coming around, extorting money in order to go away. This time, however, the altercation becomes physical when Misato hits him. He attacks the girl, and both mother and daughter wind up in a life-or-death struggle that finds Togashi strangled on the floor.

Panicked, the two are discussing Yasuko turning herself into the police when a knock comes at the door. It is Ishigami, the smitten teacher who lives next-door.

And so a plot is hatched. Ishigami is much more than a high school math teacher. At one time, he was a bona fide mathematical genius and it seems he's still got a talent for logic and strategy.

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Will it help them all get away with murder? Enter "Detective Galileo," the nickname of physicist Manabu Yukawa. Yukawa earned his moniker helping out the police on occasional cases.

He's got Holmesian intellect and observational skills, though considerably better people skills than the famed detective. And, back in their college days, he and Ishigami were friends and rivals. While Yukawa is not officially on the case, his personal connection draws him in. But rather than working with Detective Kusanagi, for the first time he seems to be following his own agenda. Thus begins a high-stakes chess game between two brilliant men. Says the physicist: But not so a genius.

The genius does something far simpler, yet something no normal person would even dream of, the last thing a normal person would think of doing.

And from this simplicity, immense complexity is created. At the very top of the list is the plotting. The cat-and-mouse aspect to the investigation kept tension ratcheted--especially as readers knew exactly how the murder went down from the novel's opening pages.

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Also, this was largely a crime of self-defense apparently not a big concept in the Japanese legal system, as it was never brought up once as a mitigating factor , and therefore the perpetrators were quite sympathetic.

As a reader, at times it was hard to know who to root for--and that's just interesting. This was definitely not a black and white crime novel. Character development is a little trickier. I always have some trouble getting a feel for Japanese characters simply due to cultural differences. And whatever the culture, Ishigami is not your average Joe.

I liked Yukawa quite a lot, but can't say that I feel he's a wildly unique creation. At least not yet. As I was reading, I thought to myself, This must not be the first novel in the series.

But checking Wikipedia, it appears there were only a series of short stories featuring the character prior to this novel.

Additionally, there's a third novel in the series not yet released in America. Based on this introduction, I'd be very open to further investigations. Lately, I've been a little disappointed by recent novel releases, with most mysteries just turning out to be your typical case, with an easy to decipher solution and a simple motive.

But this book was different. This book has one of the most interesting murders of any mystery novel I've read in the past decade. The character's motivations are incredibly interesting, and the main characters are incredibly compelling.

But where this novel really shines is it's plot. Slowly unraveling how the crime was committed, and discovering how exactly the trick worked was one of the most enjoyable experiences I've had this year.

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