Ryohgo Narita and Suzuhito Yasuda - Durarara!, Vol. 4 (Novel) - Little, Brown Book Group

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Durarara!, Vol. 4 (Novel)

By Ryohgo Narita and Suzuhito Yasuda

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  • £10.99

There's no shortage of bizarre characters in Ikebukuro - read the light novel series that started the anime and manga phenomenon!

"Are you enjoying being the black rider that's been spotted all over Ikebukuro for a few years now? Why is it that you're riding such a dangerous bike all over the place? Are you aware that you're violating the law?!" Ikebukuro, Tokyo. A place full of fires waiting to be lit, and plenty of people ready to light a match - twins who are the perfect opposite of each other. An idol who's nothing like her older brother. A girl with a crush on her senior in the Dollars. And a headless rider with a bounty on her... uh, head. Keeping the peace is probably not gonna happen.

Biographical Notes

Ryohgo Narita (Author)
Ryohgo Narita is the author of a number of successful novel series, including the original "Durarara!!" books. His earlier series, "Baccano!" was honored with the Gold Prize at the 9th Dengeki Novel Awards.

Suzuhito Yasuda (Author)
Suzuhito Yasuda is the artist most known for his illustrations for the Durarara!! light novel series as well as the hit new light novel series, Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?



  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9780316304788
  • Publication date: 19 Jul 2016
  • Page count: 224
  • Imprint: Yen Press
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