Bullet Train: The internationally bestselling thriller, soon to be a major motion picture

Bullet Train: The internationally bestselling thriller, soon to be a major motion picture

Bullet Train: The internationally bestselling thriller, soon to be a major motion picture

By: Kotaro Isaka


Publication Date:
Apr, 01 2021
Binding:
Trade Paper Back
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*SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE STARRING BRAD PITT AND SANDRA BULLOCK*

Satoshi looks like an innocent schoolboy but he is really a viciously cunning psychopath. Kimura's young son is in a coma thanks to him, and Kimura has tracked him onto the bullet train heading from Tokyo to Morioka to exact his revenge. But Kimura soon discovers that they are not the only dangerous passengers onboard.

Nanao, the self-proclaimed 'unluckiest assassin in the world', and the deadly partnership of Tangerine and Lemon are also travelling to Morioka. A suitcase full of money leads others to show their hands. Why are they all on the same train, and who will get off alive at the last station?

A huge bestseller in Japan, 
Bullet Train is an original and propulsive thriller which fizzes with an incredible energy as its complex net of double-crosses and twists unwinds to the last station.


'Entertaining...high-speed...with lots of twists and turns...it has a Tarantino-meets-the-Coen-Brothers feel to it' The Times

Readers can't stop reading Bullet Train!

'Original, quirky and highly entertaining'

'A dark-humoured, twisty thriller that's a lot of fun'

'One of the most addictive thrillers I've ever read... smart and cinematic'

'What an original novel! Exciting from beginning to end'

'A whole lot of darkly comic fun'

'A thrilling ride'

*FILMING HAS JUST WRAPPED ON THE MOVIE STARRING BRAD PITT AND SANDRA BULLOCK, FROM THE DIRECTOR OF 
DEADPOOL 2 AND ATOMIC BLONDE*

Bullet Train was originally published in Japan with the title Maria Beetle.