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  1. says:

    This is my favorite novel. I first read it when we were in Japan, and eventually tracked down a copy for a somewhat reasonable price when we got back to the states.(Currently, used copies are selling between $55-$133, while a new copy will cost you between $175 and $230). It is terribly sad that more people will not get to read this book.

    Let's ge

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    Although it is standard high-school reading in Japan, the works of Miura Ayako are unknown in the States, and that’s a pity. Freezing Point was recommended by a Japanese friend of mine and it’s truly a great work, despite the poor translation that was full of misspellings and grammatical errors.

    The set-up, which I have vastly over-simplified to

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    The translation was done by a Japanese speaker into English, so the text feels tedious and awkward at times. I also think there were quite a few side trails that didn't contribute to the overall plot. Not exactly a lighthearted read, but I am glad that I did finish.

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    In many respects this novel is like Japanese fiction by such well known authors as Soseki, Taniguchi, or Kawabata: a slow moving, if not ponderous, plot with an intense focus on the inner lives of many of its characters punctuated by periodic melodramatic events. This allows for the gradual unfolding of their true natures with impressive depth and subtlety. For t

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    The English translation of the book Freezing Point is currently out-of-print, but since I have immense respect for the author (Ayako Miura), I thought it would be worth it to track this book down. This past year it has been selling on Amazon.com for about $160, so I knew I didn't want to purchase the book! And of course living in Japan, there's not much acc

  7. says:

    2.75 stars.
    So much thought was put into this book, which I really admire... however, I could not say that the reading experience was pleasurable. Perhaps I'm a coward for not wanting to read more about human's ugly nature when I already know about it (laughs).

    I felt extremely uncomfortable countless times and there were some moments that I serious

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    I re-read the Chinese translation of Freezing Point 冰點. I liked this book better when I was younger, back in the days when I was more melodrama; I think I cried a lot the last time I read it.
    "Forgiveness" is the word keep pooping into my mind as I read the book. But I guess if everyone practice forgiveness and repentance, there would be no story to tell.

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    This book is all about forgiveness in principle and how forgiveness work IRL.

    I happened to buy one copy from a 2nd hand book fair and did not expect such a quality read for its value. It was a bit far more dramatic than it should for my taste, but the story is haunting and yes, I actually cried at the end.

  10. says:

    This is literally my favourite book in the world. I read it when I was 13 and since then nth had managed to replace its place in my heart.

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