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==Printing==
 
==Printing==
Gosick RED has 2 printings: by Kadokawa Shoten in December 2013 then by Kadokawa Bunko in September 2016<ref>http://www.neowing.co.jp/product/NEOBK-1988589</ref>
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Gosick RED has 2 printings: regular version in December 2013 then a Bunko ((文庫本) small-format paperback books, designed to be affordable and portable) version in September 2016<ref>http://www.neowing.co.jp/product/NEOBK-1988589</ref>. Both are by Kadokawa Shoten.
   
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Latest revision as of 10:00, September 10, 2018

Gosick RED is a light novel that acts as the sequel to the Gosick light novels written by Kazuki Sakuraba. It is followed by the upcoming Gosick BLUE. The story is set in New York City in 1931, where Kazuya Kujō and Victorique de Blois live new lives after their experiences in Sauville.

Series TeaserEdit

"There is no mystery that the Gray Wolf Detective Agency can't solve!"

1931, New York. Victorique and Kazuya now live new lives as private detective and newspaper reporter. Victorique is asked to handle a case regarding a string of murders related to gangs, while Kazuya heads to a news coverage of a well-known psychiatrist famous for "curing the psychological traumas of (his) patients by using the science of the heart". The mystery of the serial murder case lies in the fact that the scenes of the crime, the methods of killing used and the profiles of the criminals vastly differ from one another, while the psychiatrist utilizes the mysterious dream diagnosis for counseling. Before long, a link forms between the two cases, transforming into a dreadful conspiracy...[1]

PrintingEdit

Gosick RED has 2 printings: regular version in December 2013 then a Bunko ((文庫本) small-format paperback books, designed to be affordable and portable) version in September 2016[2]. Both are by Kadokawa Shoten.

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Summary in Gosick Official Site, translated from Japanese. Accessed December 4, 2013.
  2. http://www.neowing.co.jp/product/NEOBK-1988589
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