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In a global war between humans and invading aliens, called Mimics, Keiji is a trooper at the beginning of his short career in the army. Despite his high-tech body armour, hes not destined to last long - hes quickly dead. But then hes quickly alive again, as somehow his life is rewound a day. It only makes for prolonged horror for the rookie, but it happens again and again. Each time he gets a better intelligence of what his destiny might have been - can he learn enough each time round to make a difference, and possibly break the loop?

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War. Terrible war. Humans vs a race of aliens called Mimics. Its been going on for years now and it seems to go forever - with the odds for humanity growing slimmer with each day that passes. This is the world in which Keiji Kiriya, a Japanese recruit, lives.

Today is gonna be his first battle, and to make him feel even worse, he gets injured.

Im gonna die on a fucking battlefield. On some godforsaken island with no friends, no family, no girlfriend. In pain, in fear, covered in my own shit because of the fear. And I cant even raise the only weapon I have left to fend off the bastard racing toward me. It was like all the fire in me left with my last round of ammo.

Thats when he meets Rita Vrataski, the Full Metal Bitch.

I’d heard stories. A war junkie always chasing the action, no matter where it led her. Word had it she and her Special Forces squad from the U.S. Army had chalked up half of all confirmed Mimic kills ever. Maybe anyone who could see that much fighting and live to tell about it really was the Angel of Death.

Shes the most famous soldier of the war. Her abilities in killing Mimics cannot be outstanded by anyone. Too bad the odds were not with Keiji that day, because in the end he died... only to wake up the day before his battle and feel as if all had been a dream.

I remembered the whole thing. I was nervous about it being my first battle, so I’d decided to duck out a bit early. I had come back to my bunk and started reading that mystery novel. I even remembered helping Yonabaru up to his bed when he came staggering in from partying with the ladies.

Unless—unless I had dreamed that too?

Again he goes to war and dies and wakes up in the same way he did the previous time. Over and over again.

So long as the wind blows, I’m born again, and I die. I can’t take anything with me to my next life. The only things I get to keep are my solitude, a fear that no one can understand, and the feel of
the trigger against my finger.

Rita Vrataski and Keiji Kiriya may easily be one of the best cast of characters Ive read about. None of them is perfect. Keiji is not fearless, for example. Hes terrified of death and hes not afraid of telling you that. He also feels alone quite most of the time, and things have never gone the way he plans. He had motives of his own for enlisting in the army.

I liked being inside his head. His narration was easy to follow and it was highly enjoyable. It was funny at some points and I connected with him very fast, which is something that influences a lot in my rating for a book.

I was weak. I couldn’t even get the woman I loved—the librarian—to look me in the eye.

I also loved how he grows as a character throughout the book. At the beginning he is no other than a normal guy you could find on the streets, but once he grabs hold of his “ability”, he starts training to become the soldier he dreams to be.

Pretending to be a hero slain in battle was one thing. Dying a hero in a real war was another. As I got older, I understood the difference, and I knew I didn’t wanna die. Not even in a dream.

The other character I mentioned, Rita, was by far my favorite, though.

The Americans called Rita the Full Metal Bitch, or sometimes just Queen Bitch. When no one was listening, we called her Mad Wargarita.

Right now, I cant remember the last time I read about such a kick-ass character. Shes strong, brave, she doesnt like people messing with her and she hates Mimics with all her soul. Like, she has a very personal reason to hate them.

If she had a bad headache, she’d go apeshit, killing friend and foe alike. And yet not a single enemy round had ever so much as grazed her Jacket. She could walk into any hell and come back unscathed.

Her backstory has just as amazing as herself too. And shes a well developed character as well. I feel like there should be more books with these kind of characters: Strong, badass and confident. And even when she has all those things, shes just a normal girl – no special snowflake.

Rita’s only other distinguishing feature was the red hair she’d inherited from her grandmother. Everything else about her was exactly like any other of over three hundred million Americans.

And dont even get me started on the writing... “Full Amazing Writing” would be the perfect words to describe it. You can feel everything. Full load of feels all over the way. Some times I couldnt help but laugh out loud, some others made me a little sad, others kept me at the edge of my seat because the action was very intense. In summary, I felt, which you already know is something I consider important while reading a book.

You can’t learn from your mistakes when they kill you. These greenhorns didn’t know what it was to walk the razor’s edge between life and death. They didn’t know that the line dividing the two, the borderland piled high with corpses, was the easiest place to survive. The fear that permeated every fiber of my being as relentless, it was cruel, and it was my best hope for getting through this.

My only complaint for this book is that it didnt last longer. Really, I started it at 3 pm this day and I ended it at 10:30 pm. I finished it in 7 effing hours! Never could I stop myself from reading it. Now I just wish to go back and read it again, for entertainments sake and because it also had some really awesome quotes Id like to re-read.

Truly recommended.

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20.0% @Groundhog day mixed with Starship Troopers. Enjoying it more than I thought I would. I like the Full Metal Bitch. Shes not what you [email protected]
65.0% @Getting a little restless with Full Metal B*tchs backstory. Im so [email protected]
83.0% @Theyre drinking [email protected]

Its ok. I was more enamored with the beginning than anything else. Itll be interesting to see how the Tom Cruise movie works out. Not hard sf. Only 200 pages though, which is good for me. I think the illustrations are missing, judging by the afterword.

No, the mediocre graphic novel and the text novel are not different editions of the same book. Please fix Goodreads gods.


Color me disappointed that the name @Full Metal [email protected] wasnt used in the film.

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Ok, so I LOVED this movie. I own the DVD. LOVE Emily Blunt. Laughed, great action and plot. However, the book...

Not my thing, I guess.

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Wow what a rush this book is. From start to finish this book is non-stop. In a world slowly being overrun by monstrous creatures known as Mimics the United Defense Force fights back. This is Groundhog Day meets Starship Troopers with a touch of Mechwarrior.

Keiji Kiriya is new recruit about to enter his first battle only to get killed. Then wake up the previous day. And so the cycle goes and over @[email protected] Keiji learns more about the enemy and how to fight it, especially by watching the worlds greatest soldier, American Rita Vrataski, the Full Metal Bitch.

I wont say more about the story as its not a long book and its best to find it out yourself. There isnt a dull moment and it leaves you wanting more, but in a good way. Read it before Tom Cruise makes a horrible movie adaptation and makes you wish youd never heard of it.

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I decided to read All You Need Is Kill after I watched Edge of Tomorrow starring Tom Cruise. I really enjoyed Edge of Tomorrow and wanted to see what the source material was like.

Well, they changed A LOT. I know they always do but the changes are pretty interesting and unnecessary. The title character - Tom Cruise - could have stayed the same recruit instead of becoming an officer. I rather enjoyed Keiji Kiriya as a character. The narration was rather dry but Keijis personality shone through - making me wish that the movie had have starred Keiji Kiriya instead of @Major William [email protected] I also wish the movie had more of the Japanese and other diverse characters that appear in the novel. The novels diversity makes sense as the entire world was trying to push back and/or stop the Mimics.

Another change that Ive been pondering was the title change to Edge of Tomorrow from All You Need Is Kill. Ive always thought of the title All You Need Is Kill as a twist on that Beatles hit, @ All You Need Is Love [email protected] Every time I see the title Im reminded of the movie The Yellow Submarine and how the Beatles were able to win a similar type of war with only love and music. But in this book/movie the bad guys cant be chased away with music and love - they have to kill them so... @All You Need Is [email protected]

I have to admit, All You Need Is Kill is much...grimmer than Edge of Tomorrow. Edge of Tomorrow is a pretty classic Tom Cruise flick - lots of action and violence but removed from the general public. All You Need Is Kill shows the grimness of the Mimic War being fought. The war has been going on for 20-30 years, a lot of the planet has been consumed/destroyed by the Mimics (who eat our soil, destroying it) and it has the deaths of unsuspecting civilians.

I started reading All You Need Is Kill and I was enjoying myself even though I did not expect the grimness of the storyline (after seeing Edge of Tomorrow). I decided to DNF All You Need Is Kill because of the grimness of the storyline. This was 100% a personal thing as a couple of tragedies occurred in my family during this read. After the tragedies happened, I asked my husband what the ending was like. @Sad and unresolved,@ he told me. I realized immediately that I couldnt handle that so I DNFd All You Need Is Kill. I do have a trade paperback edition of All You Need Is Kill so I flipped to the end to see the ending. God. So sad. I made a good decision in not continuing.

I do recommend All You Need Is Kill. The writing was rather nice - at times almost lyrical. There were many moments that I wished I was reading the print edition so I could take notes, my favorite being the way Sakurazaka seemed to reference Whitmans Leaves of Grass .

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