Uzumaki: Spiral into Horror Vol 1 Paperback – 31 Jan 2002
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Shortly after Shuichi Saito's father becomes obsessed with spiral patterns, he dies mysteriously, his body positioned in the shape of a twisted coil, and soon the entire town is afflicted with a snail-like disease. A Graphic Novel. Original.
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edit: since writing this review in 2011 i ahve since read vol 1 three times and the whole trilogy. i love it. i buy it for any friend who shows a tiny interest in horror and manga
However, I was a little let down. In this book I was hoping to find out a little more about the whole "Spiral" phenomenon and the likes, but we are just treated to another four or so short horror stories with no real connection to each other or explanation of the events. I found it irritating how with the turn of a page the characters seemed to just completely forget any of these events even happened, events which would put any normal individual in a mental institution.
With that said, if you enjoyed the first book, you will enjoy this one too. But it's basically just more of the same.
It isn't scary by any means but the story line is unique and it is very well written, it draws you in so you can't put the book down.
I would highly recommend this book if you are after reading something different and bizarre.
I wouldn't rate volumes two & three as highly as this part however. In my opinion they just didn't match volume one, but don't get me wrong they're still pretty decent.
I read the whole book in a single sitting. Couldn't put it down.