Kaoru Kurimoto





Kaoru Kurimoto

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born
in Tokyo, Japan
February 13, 1953

died
May 25, 2009

gender
female

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Average rating: 3.50 · 363 ratings · 32 reviews · 190 distinct works · Similar authors
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“I say we have no time for debate. Indeed, we have no need for it, since the decision has been made for us. We must fight. There is no other path!”
Kaoru Kurimoto, The Battle of Nospherus

“[Rinda] often worried how she might make the coward she saw [in Remus] into a brave warrior, and someday, a king -- a task which she felt was her responsibility. Rinda had not yet realized that sometimes courage is the same thing as folly and that sometimes a skepticism bordering on her blindness to her brother's strengths was a result of her own sensitivity.”
Kaoru Kurimoto, The Battle of Nospherus

“For a while, my self-control and my power of reason quailed to uselessness.”
Kaoru Kurimoto, The Battle of Nospherus