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I was really eacited to read this, but severely let down.
At first it is somewhat intriguing, different, alittle edgy, strange, but quickly transitions into pretty much... Read more
This book had to be the strangest thing ever. Some parts were random, Virgil becomes a fridge, a vampire locked in a room, a cat named king henry, its all there. Read morePublished on January 3, 2011 by Chiyamaka
One of my favorite books. Somewhere between Barthelme, Brautigan and Murakami, but maybe better than any of them, in a way. I'll love this forever.Published on June 3, 2010 by Kyle Muntz
Yes, it is difficult to describe just 'what' this book actually is. I'm still not sure, having read it and re-read it gleefully, often accompanied with tons of caffeine, 8 times... Read morePublished on October 15, 2006 by Benjamin Hardisty
Somewhere in the middle third of this book the pieces began to come together. Amazingly, by the end, Takahashi had managed to keep the plot threads in line and actually tied up... Read morePublished on August 19, 2005 by S. Maire
I bought this book encouraged by the positive reviews on Amazon. I am also a huge fan of Haruki Murakami and thought it would be interesting to check out another postmodern... Read morePublished on August 2, 2005 by Bibliophile
Gen'ichiro Takahashi was born in 1951. A radical student activist, he dropped out of Yokohama National University in 1969 and worked as a manual laborer throughout the 1970s. Read morePublished on June 6, 2005 by Thomas Willard