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Otorimonogatari (囮物語) is the seventh part of the Monogatari series. It is the tenth book overall, and contains the story Nadeko Medusa (なでこメドゥーサ).

Etymology

The title is portmanteau of otori, "decoy", and monogatari, "story".

As with Kabukimonogatari and Hanamonogatari, the kanji used to write "otori" (囮) contains the BAKE part (化).

Publisher's Summary

"—You're a liar, even though you're already a god."

The girl who was once possessed by a winding serpent, Nadeko Sengoku.

The girl who has been in love with Koyomi Araragi for so long now appears as an "angel" in pure white. But her true colors are...?

As the "story" approaches its final chapter, it twists around, entangling, evolving—.

Synopsis

Nadeko Medusa

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Book 10 (in Japanese). Published by Kodansha.

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First Season 1. Bakemonogatari (One) • 2. Bakemonogatari (Two) • 3. Kizumonogatari • 4. Nisemonogatari (One) • 5. Nisemonogatari (Two) • 6. Nekomonogatari (Black)
Second Season 7. Nekomonogatari (White) • 8. Kabukimonogatari • 9. Hanamonogatari • 10. Otorimonogatari • 11. Onimonogatari • 12. Koimonogatari
Final Season 13. Tsukimonogatari • 14. Koyomimonogatari • 15. Owarimonogatari (One) • 16. Owarimonogatari (Two) • 17. Owarimonogatari (Three) • 18. Zoku Owarimonogatari
Off Season 19. Orokamonogatari • 20. Wazamonogatari • 21. Nademonogatari • 22. Musubimonogatari Tsugimonogatari
Monster Season 23. Shinobumonogatari • 24. Yoimonogatari • 25. Amarimonogatari • 26. Ougimonogatari • 27. Shinomonogatari (One) • 28. Shinomonogatari (Two)
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