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Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Volume 3: White Maze #2019

Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex Volume White Maze The year is Advances in robotics and cyberbrain technology have transformed the world into a miraculous place where almost anything is possible even the melding of humans and machines In this not

  • Title: Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Volume 3: White Maze
  • Author: Junichi Fujisaku
  • ISBN: 9781595820747
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Volume 3: White Maze By Junichi Fujisaku, The year is 2030 Advances in robotics and cyberbrain technology have transformed the world into a miraculous place where almost anything is possible even the melding of humans and machines In this not too distant future, the crimes of flesh and metal are investigated by Section 9, an elite counterterrorist squad headed by Chief Aramaki and his cyborg sidekick, Major MoThe year is 2030 Advances in robotics and cyberbrain technology have transformed the world into a miraculous place where almost anything is possible even the melding of humans and machines In this not too distant future, the crimes of flesh and metal are investigated by Section 9, an elite counterterrorist squad headed by Chief Aramaki and his cyborg sidekick, Major Motoko Kusanagi When dead bodies, drained of blood and with two bite marks on their necks, start turning up on the streets of Tokyo, it isn t long before the entire city is in a panic As Major Kusanagi and the other members of Section 9 investigate the killings they begin to wonder is the killer a real vampire or something much worse In a dark world of murder, where cyberbrain hacks and treacherous conspiracies reach to the furthest heights of government, Section 9 is all that stands between the people and anarchy.

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    1 thought on “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Volume 3: White Maze

    1. As a self admitted fan of the entire GitS series, I came into reading this book from a biased standpoint Any semblance of story and interaction between the characters that I have grown to love and written by one of the shows original writers, no less would be good and relished, giving great leeway to any level of composition the novel is at.And that is, in a sense, what it came to The book is fit perfectly in the GitS universe both in atmosphere, plot, and character It could very easily have bee [...]

    2. Based on the TV show I always wondered what happened to Tokyo after seeing its sunken remains on the show this book takes us into future Japan s refugee zones, and it doesn t pull any punches in depicting Japan s racism present day presented here as the past toward other Asians The book starts out simple enough a case that involves vampire like murders, where the victims are bitten, and through their skin are injected with tiny viral nanites not the word I m sure that wipe their memories clean, [...]

    3. I enjoyed this book the most out of the three volumes by Junichi Fujisaku I had the most compact story and really features the Major than any other character The writing or translation is much fluid in this final volume and descriptions depict imagery than in the first two novels The program that the Major enters is very memorable, even after a couple weeks of finishing the book.Unfortunately, it was a bit hard to find at a decent price and I settled for a book that had seen better days I wis [...]

    4. The third installment of the Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex was a good read Focusing on the Major basically going out on an undercover mission to uncover the creator of a vampire like nano machine virus The tech speak wasn t too bad this time around, but I may have gotten used to it by now Definitely worth a read if you enjoy the the anime series and movies.

    5. This book is very centered around Motoko, which allows for a little introspection, though you won t see much action from the other characters As you d expect fro GitS, the plot is twisty and full of mixed motives and half criminals, as well as some awesome action scenes and blazing new ideas.

    6. This third book in the trilogy didn t quite feel as pacy as the previous two, but it managed to be an intriguing adventure nevertheless Whereas volume two felt like three episodes of the TV show, this felt like a feature length adventure in which Kusanagi weaves through friends and foes old and new, ducking through the anti China factions and refugee activities book two had left behind.

    7. Of the three GitS novels by Fujisaku, I probably enjoyed this one the most.The events are a little over the top but still a fun read.

    8. Non ci posso credere Vampiri anche nel mondo di Ghost in the shell o almeno presunti tali E un segno, la fine del mondo si avvicina Si salvi chi pu.

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