The Inspiration for the New Major Motion Picture RINGS
Dr. Ando who has yet to recover from his son’s death at sea, conducts an autopsy on an old friend who has died under unusual circumstances. The corpse, that of cynical philosophy professor Ryuji Takayama, has something to tell him. And Ryuji isn’t the only one who chooses to make a reappearance in this story.
You don’t know what the RING is yet. The terms of the curse of the videotape undergo a jaw-dropping reconfiguration in this novel, the horror master’s stunning reinvention of his own bestselling tale. Spiral is written as a stand-alone work; for Rinbg fans, its’ a sequel that redefines the word.
"Suzuki is called the Stephen King of his country, but that’s not really accurate; King isn’t nearly as adept at creating complex characters, explaining scientific principles or writing the kind of dialogue that might actually be spoken by humans." – Las Vegas Mercury
"…Suzuki is plowing a path that nobody else has traveled, …" – Agony Columns
"Suzuki’s ambitious trilogy does succeed, and it’s hard not to be impressed with his aplomb in turning a straight supernatural horror mystery around into a piece of pure science fiction." – TIMES “…a unique, alchemical quality… he has demonstrated a miraculous power for transmuting the very common into the very frightening.” —Rue Morgue“An enduring modern archetype”– SF Reader