Looking for information on Hiroshi Sakurazaka? On MyAnimeList you can learn more about their role in the anime and manga industry. MyAnimeList is the. About Hiroshi Sakurazaka: Kanji Name: 桜坂洋Sakurazaka made his debut in at the second Super Dash Novel Rookie of the Year Award with the novel. All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka Battle Royale by Koushun Takami Ring by Kōji Suzuki Uzumaki by Junji Ito The Stories of Ibis by Hiroshi Yamamoto .

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Kousoku11 Sep 29, 4: Apr 20, Vanessa J. But, in comparison with the film, it is more confusing.

It seems most of us had little to say about it, regardless of our various levels of enjoyment. GatsuLTU Jun 24, Sakkurazaka the end Keiji and Rita represent two aspects of the super soldier, Keiji is the process of hardening yourself and carrying an unimaginable burden, while Rita is the broken person left in the process. The Book Was Better: Keiji is not fearless, for example.

You feel every emotion. Dick Awards Apr 27, My only complaint for this book is that it didn’t last longer. There is some good action here.

And I won’t even bother rating this. Feb 08, Bradley rated it it was amazing Shelves: Perhaps I’ll have to watch the movie to find out if they did a better job utilizing the concept. Hiroshi Sakurazaka was born in Tokyo in Keiji Kiriya is about to join their ranks. All You Need Is Kill follows a soldier named Keiji Kiriya, who, after dying in a battle with extraterrestrialsis caught in a time loop that makes him live the same day repeatedly, allowing Kiriya to improve his fighting skills.


Open Preview See a Problem? It’s been going on for years now and it seems to go forever – with the odds for humanity growing slimmer with each day that passes. I love Groundhog Day movie, especially how the character grew from hopeless person into a great character that proficient using the time loops. I liked being inside his head. Genocide was the only way to win this war. Dying a hero in a real war was another.


View all 4 comments. A soldier’s spirit isn’t in his body. Adding to library failed. She highlights the events that occur in the time loop through her own experience, which gives credible explanation to the constant resurrection of Keiji.

Apr 24, Terence rated it liked it. View all 18 comments.

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Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. After picking up the book, it’s clear almost immediately that the film whitewashed the book and that destroys one of the very simple yet profound themes of this book, which I’ll get to in a sec. Be ready for the obligatory environmental guilt that became At one point Keiji reflects upon the scariness of the Mimics in that they do not inspire primal fear like eagles screeching or bears growling and standing on hind feet. I also loved how he grows as a character throughout the book.


If you’re hoping for insight, or rich characters, you might want to give this one a miss.

When you get the explanation it’s kind of a, “huh, really? I read the whole book yesterday afternoon.

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Feb 03, Haralambi Markov rated it really liked it Shelves: Her backstory has just as amazing as herself too. A thoroughly enjoyable sci-fi actioner that shares more than it’s quota of similarities to Heinlein’s Starship Troopers the book hiroshk, not the movie as a green cadet learns to become a dedicated killing machine of alien beings. I had come back to my bunk and started reading that mystery novel.

Like, she has a very personal reason to hate them. Great, quick, intense sakurqzaka.

He has no idea of what to expect or how to react. A lot of people really like this one. Being an obsessive anglophile and a fan of the tale in all its incarnations, I wanted to nitpick any plot differences between the movie, manga, and novel.