バッカーノ!2001 The Children Of Bottle

  • Title: バッカーノ!2001 The Children Of Bottle
  • Author: Ryohgo Narita Katsumi Enami
  • ISBN: 9784840226097
  • Page: 416
  • Format: 文庫
  • The Children Of Bottle
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    About Ryohgo Narita Katsumi Enami


    1. Ryohgo Narita , Narita Ry go is a Japanese light novelist He won the Gold Prize in the 9th Dengeki Novel Prize for Baccano , which was made into a TV anime in 2007 1 His series Durarara was also made into a TV anime, which began airing January 2010There are two traits found in most of Narita s works Narita writes extremely fast, one volume a month if he wishes with tons of spelling errors and missing words as a tradeoff The editors like to leave them sometimes just for fun, though His work titles often have an exclamation mark at the end i.e Baccano , Vamp , Durarara , etc


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    1. Still a fun book, but it didn't quite wow me as much as the previous entries. The problem I had with it was that all of the protagonists were immortals against mortal threats. Weird but still mortal. It just didn't feel like the stakes were very high. I enjoyed seeing Elmer and hope there are more stories about him in the future and it was nice to see Czes get past his fear of the horrible things that people can do. I really felt like Czes had a really badass scene in this book that I will not s [...]

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    2. It's interesting to read a baccano novel without the usual New York crime, but Narita works it just the same. I have to say I didn't find it as interesting at the beginning as the previous books, but that's because it was missing the central baccano action. Narita pulls it off in the end though, and it's just as hard to put down as all the rest before it. That being said, the lack of crime works (a bit slow at the beginning, like I said, but that may just be me) and it still has that interconnec [...]

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    3. Learn more about the original immortals, meeting all but three of them this vol. I enjoyed Fil's pov chapters, but the children of bottle storyline was just okay, I didn't enjoy it as much as precious vols storylines.

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    4. 封闭村庄的故事构架不错,但感觉并没有什么实际的内容在里面。刚开始以为是休伊的实验,没想到却是塞拉德的

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    5. First, I should say that I didn't know this book was the fifth in a long and quite popular series. But I also started Harry Potter with "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" by mistake (I thought the novels were independent, like Sherlock Holmes' or Hercules Poirot's adventures) and I still enjoyed the book, and ended reading the other 6 (by chronological order, though; and it was better). So that, of course, influenced my understanding of the novel and what was going on. But it also did th [...]

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    6. Hay 3 motivos por los cuales esta novela no te puede ser indiferente:1.- Czes, que se desarrolla un montón como personaje dentro de las novelas y tiene verdaderos momentazos. Se nota que será más protagonista de la saga en el 20xx que en mafialandia.2.- Los niños de la botella, que si lo explico será spoiler3.- Elmer y el demonio que les otorgó la inmortalidad. La historia de estos dos te engancha y ayuda a entender el motivo por el cual se aparece como humano dentro de la familia martillo [...]

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    7. Ouch. After 4 great books, Baccano encounters its first real dud. The novel suffers from a lack of connection with the other books. It delves a bit into the origin of the immortals and introduces a few interesting characters, but the plot is so far removed from the events of the 1930s, that it's hard to care about what is occurring. Again the plot isn't bad, it's just not necessary. It's interesting to see the characters acting in modern times, but the revealing of some characters fates this ear [...]

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    8. When I read this part 'a dwarf inside the flask' I actually became excited. It's so fullmetal alchemist, one of my two most favorite animes (baccano is the other one), but I grew disappointed afterward because there was no Claire, no Isaac and Miria, no Huey, no Gandor brothers. I got it, it's 2001 and Claire wasn't immortal, but I was expecting Huey the most and he only showed up in the very first part.I like Czes' part because I get to know him better, and - despite not liking it - I get to kn [...]

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    9. Hehe, I'm hoping I'm wrong, but if this is 70 years after the Grand Punk Railroad incident, does this mean Claire is dead? QAQ If only he could have drunk the immortality potion as well, then the idea that he cannot die would really be true

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