The Crimson Labyrinth Yusuke Kishi
Publisher: Vertical, Incorporated
Guillermo del Toro is frequently attached to projects as producer, but now comes news of his next film as director. I had time to listen to him while I waited to board my flight from Kalibo, and kept on reading 26,000 feet in the air. Got this book from Amazon's 'other people bought this' section. While Vertical has published Shinsekai Yori author's prior work, The Crimson Labyrinth, I'm not sure if that means anything to fans of this show. The Inugamui Clan (Stone Bridge Fiction). A Signed giveaway of The Blackhope Enigma and The Crimson Shard by Teresa Flavin. Got some good reviews and a decent rating I think. Open the Crimson Pandect to reveal the hidden arts of the arcane world and the grim obsessions that snare the minds of their adepts. Kishi actually tells you how his The Crimson Labyrinth will end. The Crimson Labyrinth by Yusuke Kishi Originally published in Japan in 1999. For centuries, Blackhope Tower has been shrouded in intrigue, centering on a labyrinth and painting in the Mariner's Chamber. On the Docket: The Crimson Labyrinth by Yusuke Kishi, Translated by Masami and Camellia Nieh. However, I found it to be a bit predictable and empty. BOOK REVIEW: THE CRIMSON LABYRINTH (2006). The Crimson Labyrinth by Yusuke Kishi. The Crimson Labyrinth succeeds in employing both these techniques.