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Old Boy V.3 by Garon Tsuchiya   (2 ratings)

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AuthorGaron Tsuchiya
TitleOld Boy V.3
SeriesOld Boy
Volume3
Year1996
GenreOther
 
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Submitted by Michael Montgomery 
(Apr 30, 2007)

The third installment continues where the second left off. The pace is picking up and we read as Goto slowly gets closer to understanding his past. Exciting as ever - entirely readable in a single sitting - one will finish this volume with thirst for the next. There is so much more here than we see in the film and its an all-round more enjoyable experience. The character is younger, the scenes are busier and more erotic (enticing), the moment-to-moment feel is unique and inescapable. It seems to be a rule of thumb that the books are always better than the films (certainly where the films have come as adaptations), and Old Boy (Volume 3) seems to be no exception!

Great stuff to be enjoyed after (and only after) reading the first two volumes.


 


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