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The stories themselves are great, and the way Hearn writes is very smooth and not boring.
If your senses need something different to stimulate them, then I very highly recommend Kwaidan the book, and Kwaidan the movie, you will love them both.
Along with the stories are three insect studies, the likes of which can be found in all Hearn books.
I genuinely love every story in this book! I highly recommend this to everyone and anyone who might be interested.Published 18 months ago by sarah
When I first saw this film it was difficult. the stories behind the film are fascinating if also somewhat frightening. Love it though.Published 21 months ago by Mayling Holm
Hearn loved Japan and loved its stories. This hidden, magic world that only children and adult people with pure soul can read and understand. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Filippo Zizzo
To be clear, this review is for the March 15, 2005 edition of this book.
The book is of good quality, pages are the right thickness, and the cover is beautiful. Read more
This book is a well written collection of old, macabre, unusual, and spooky oriental (mainly Japanese) stories. Read morePublished on December 29, 2010 by Bookie
Classic masterpiece by Lafcadio Hearn. This opened the door of mysterious Japanese culture to the West. Read morePublished on December 28, 2009 by Kyo Takahashi