[Novel]Alpha Omega

Literature total pnts rank Rank 2,119in 4,611 titlesTotal 2 / Deviation 48.73
Literature rank of 2001 Rank 59in 134 titles
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Japan Released:2001/06
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2008/02/05 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Overall story Grohora, or something like splatter. I have a power to describe.
There was neither laughter nor emotion, but I did not get tired of the splatter that continued gleefully.
Suddenly I can get my neck, mucus comes from my body, slugs come out. And a battle.
There was a battle with the big monster and there was also a dark hero like one.
Plasma organisms coming from space will possess the dead fairy tale writer and try to defeat the enemy.
People are astounded in the resurrection of the dead, they came out to the analogy of Christ and quarreled.
I feel occult atmosphere from the plot which stuck to Christianity why for some reason.
There was no surprise in the development of arranging the big words of the gods and the universe and the scale, but at the end it was an incomprehensible ecstatic aftertaste like Ultraman will return to the stars.

2006/01/23 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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At first I was boring without knowing what I was talking about,
From around where we knew that the original story is UOOOOOOO late,
I got a lot of action scenes and I enjoyed it quite well.
When you draw the above original story with a hard SF style touch it will be like feeling like this.

Author Kozo Kobayashi is a person who writes horror (Actually, I'm out with Kadokawa Horror),
I admired that it is a writer who can write such hard SF and have a wide range of style.
However, the point that the depiction of meat is written only by horror usually is not the ordinary SF, is not it?