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They did a great job translating these books. The author makes tons of puns and word play in the japanese version and I think the english translator really did a good job capturing the same feel and sentiment as the original. Book itself was great, more of the monogatari series. Fans can expect the same quality and details as the previous ones.
In direct contrast to Hanamonogatari, both in colour scheme and content, Otorimonogatari is venomous, cold-blooded, and enwraps you in a tale not like any other that has come before - except, perhaps, a tale of misfortune, misery, and murder.
The tradition for a Monogatari novel is to be predominately comedic with heavy foreshadowing and much wordplay, then jarringly swerve into complete seriousness with a heavy helping of philosophical rumination. Also, it uses big words with big meanings, like "abberation". And, almost as if from left field, but simply not picked up on the reader, NisiOisiN twists the plot once more in a dramatic reveal that cautious readers should have picked up on. The twist in Otorimonogatari is nonsensical and deplorable. In all the best ways.
Otorimonogatari follows Sengoku Nadeko, easily the most isolated of all the cast. She is a girl that is tied to Araragi by an increasingly thinner thread, and who is bound to Tsukihi in an entirely un-cute and ordinary way. Nadeko is the only girl who was said to be a victim and not a perpetrator. But Nadeko doesn't even believe she's as much a victim as she is a bystander.
Decoy Tale is the story of the most innocent, cute and shy character in the Monogatari Series. It's a tale of everyday woe and supernatural tragedy. Nadeko, who is more aware of "them"; the public eye; the social ladder; the invisible masses, than anyone else, starts her story attempting to avert her eyes from ordinary problems arising out of an extraordinary situation. It's a tale that is ostensibly one thing, but clearly not the full story.
Filled with twists and turns, heavy cast participation from every character (including the fabled Senjougahara, said to show up briefly on the night of a blue moon), a heavy helping of emotional turmoil, and visceral drama, Otorimonogatari is set to raise the curtains on the first-ever overarching narrative in the Monogatari Series in the most explosive, chaotic and under-handed way possible. And there's no philosophical ranting, but there is a snake barrel full of regret and misery on the way.
Otorimonogatari is a fantastic change of pace for the Monogatari Series in many ways, and Nadeko is surprisingly as charming as she is callous and capricious. It's the perfect counterpart to Hanamonogatari.
La historia, como siempre, es extraordinaria, el arte es hermoso; la edición en sí es una maravilla. Seas o no fan de Monogatari, te va a parecer interesante ésta saga de novelas ¡pero ojo! pocos pueden aguantar su narrativa y su estructura. Como todas las novelas, está en inglés.
Ce livre porte la plus belle couverture qu'il m'ai été donné de voir! Elle surclasse celle déjà magnifique de Nekomonogatari Shiro L'histoire en elle-même est passionnante, mais bon, en même temps, c'est du NisioisiN, donc on s'attend forcément à du très bon proche de la perfection