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Here Murakami's famed light touch lifts too far from the page and the book loses it's pylon and mooring and atomizes into uselessness.Published 20 days ago by Tom Jackson
My first exposure to Murakami. Thoroughly engrossing. Wonderful writer. Have already started on 'Kafka on the Shore' and will be seeking out many more of his works.Published 1 month ago by Richard J. Anderson
I loved the way the author gradually reveals the personality of Mari.
I would certainly recommend this book to a friend.
First off, this is an excellent translation from the Japanese. But that is the only thing that stands out in this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jerry Sanchez
If you haven't read any Murakami, then don't start with this one. It read like it was for script for a movie rather than a novel. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kamiyahagi
I have been meaning to read Murakami for ages.
Something drew me to this book and i decided to give it a chance and i instantly fell head over heels in love with him, his... Read more
Clearly written and at the same time opaque and mysterious. The mystery is seductive, the ambiguity engaging, the meaning ultimately uncertain and elusive. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jonathan Radin