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Murakami is my favorite author, and his investigation into the Tokyo sarin attacks is fascinating. It's almost entirely transcribed from interviews and can be slow going. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Ferguson
Thought-provoking and heartfelt portrayals of the Japanese involved in the Aum subway gas attacks. I appreciated the way Murakami let the victim's words stand by themselves, but... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Takeno
A rare kind of book for HM but trully captivating dialogs and interviews. I highly recommend this to any fan of Murakami or anyone interested in japanese culture.Published 3 months ago by sebastian
Wow. This book tracks down those most affected by the 1995 sarin attacks. It is an excellent view into life interrupted.Published 6 months ago by Ole J. Forsberg
Undergroud is a really cool book. I bought it, not knowing whether it would be Murakami's take on the whole thing, or half interview half research on the case. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Philip
You should read this book because the Pivot to the Pacific is going to bring the social and pyschic dynamics of Japan and Asia ex-Japan to America and Europe. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nikolai Kim
The first half of the book where he interviews the victims is very repetitive. After reading 3 interviews I felt that the rest were unnecessary. Read morePublished 8 months ago by BlueDog
I had high hopes for this work. I suspected it would include a lengthy collection of banal interviews by people who'd experienced various aspects of the attack, and in that I was... Read morePublished 9 months ago by T. Cue.