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The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle: A Novel | Haruki Murakami
Japan's most highly regarded novelist now vaults into the first ranks of international fiction writers with this heroically imaginative novel, which is at once a detective story, an account of a disintegrating marriage, and an excavation of the buried secrets of World War II. In a Tokyo suburb a young man named Toru Okada searches for his wife's missing cat.  Soon he finds himself looking for his wife as well in a netherworld that lies beneath the placid surface of Tokyo.  As these searches intersect, Okada encounters a bizarre group of allies and antagonists: a psychic prostitute; a malevolent yet mediagenic politician; a cheerfully morbid sixteen-year-old-girl; and an aging war veteran who has been permanently changed by the hideous things he witnessed during Japan's forgotten campaign in Manchuria.Gripping, prophetic, suffused with comedy and menace, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle is a tour de force equal in scope to the masterpieces of Mishima and Pynchon.
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Tex2Flo
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Got this one on a whim a while back. Looking forward to some flight time to get started.

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DePaepe
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All of the little themes of everything I have read by Murakami come together in this book. I absolutely loved it, page after to page. I had trouble putting it down and am sad it is over. #BigInJapan #WanderingJune

Cinfhen Lots of love for this book!! 2w
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CrowCAH
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Mehso-so

#WanderingJune #BigInJapan
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tl6u2NASUzU

Haruki Maurakami I‘m sure is a big author in Japan, his home country.

rretzler Many people seem to love Murakami and I‘m not completely sure why at this point. I read his 1Q84 and while the premise was weird but interesting, at 1,332 pages, I found his writing very, very repetitive. I‘ve heard good things about Kafka on the Shore so I may try it and see if I like it any better. 2w
Cinfhen I‘m not sure Murakami is for me, but he‘s certainly #BigInJapan and the rest of the world 2w
CrowCAH @rretzler I wasn‘t a big fan of this book; too long and a bit confusing. 2w
CrowCAH @Cinfhen if you like chunksters and magic realism, then his books are for you. 2w
Cinfhen Nope, not for me!!! I don‘t enjoy magical realism 2w
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Tanisha_A
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Mr. Murakami is #BiginJapan and at other places too, and i have loved reading his prose. Tagged is next on my list.

📷: I don't understand a word of that, but I guess that's 'The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle'. 😆 #WanderingJune

@BarbaraBB @Cinfhen Thank you ladies for curating these prompts! 🥰

Melissa_J I just posted about Murakami, too 😊 2w
Tanisha_A @Melissa_J Murakami minds think alike! 😁 2w
Tamra It‘s such an awesome novel! 2w
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BarbaraBB My favorite Murakami! 2w
Cinfhen So much love for this book!!! But I‘m not sure I have the head for Murakami 2w
Tanisha_A @BarbaraBB @Tamra That quick review is making me so eager now. 😀 2w
Tanisha_A @Cinfhen Haha! Can understand that. 2w
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squirrelbrain
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Found this on Goodreads....

It‘s not on Litsy so the one I‘ve tagged is the Murakami book that‘s on my TBR shelf waiting to be read. I‘ve never read any of his books (yet!).

#beatlemaynia
#yesterday

Eggs Well done 👍🏼👏🏻🤗 1mo
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GatheringBooks
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#QuotsyApr19 Day 29: #Disappear and the world would go an as per normal. Another Murakami novel I have yet to read.

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vivastory
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A missing wife, an unrequited love, a forbidden romance, & youthful infatuation with doomed neighbors. All four are fantastic reads & all four have #InvisibleTouch #AnglophileApril
@Mdargusch @Reviewsbylola @emilyhaldi @Cinfhen

Cinfhen Ha!!! I couldn‘t think of one and you thought of 4 😛🙌🏻 2mo
Mdargusch Nice! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 2mo
emilyhaldi I just finished reading this tagged book today and Patti Smith spends a chapter praising Murakami and specifically the book you tagged!!! I have never read any of his books but tbh Wind Up Bird sounds a little too magical for my taste 🤔✨ 2mo
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vivastory @emilyhaldi I've been meaning to read Smith's book forever, I'm even more intrigued knowing that she talks about Murakami. I loved Wind-up etc., but I think I might like Kafka on the Shore a bit more. They're both big time commitments, so I'd recommend sampling a few pieces from the following short story collection. They're a good representation of his novels 2mo
emilyhaldi Thanks for the tip!!! I will start there 😁 2mo
Reviewsbylola TVS is one of my favorite movies. I loved the book too! 2mo
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reema
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I don‘t know why I liked this weird little book as much as I did. I can certainly see why some didn‘t: the oddball characters entering scene at strange times in unusual ways and the main character acting as if this were completely normal. But I think that‘s why I found it charming and what leant to it‘s dream-like surrealism.

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Bklover
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Trying to decide between these two for my next read. Definitely two different books!!

Mtroiano Can‘t go wrong with Murakami! 4mo
Billypar Wind-Up is one of my all-time favorites 🐦 4mo
Tamra Oh my, both are grrrrrreat!🐯 (edited) 4mo
Tamra This is giving nothing away, but I would have found it helpful to understand going in that Simmons draws upon native mythology to tell his story. 4mo
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Chili
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@daena Thank you so much! I love Murakami and I can‘t wait to start this. The bag is so cute! Thanks again!
#Jolabokaflodswap
@MaleficentBookDragon

daena So glad you are pleased! That is one of my all time favorite books. Happy reading and chocolate eating....and Happy Holidays ❤️💚💙 6mo
Chili @daena The Murakami books that I‘ve already read I really liked. So I am really excited to read this one. 6mo
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mrsh62010
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This is the first Murakami book I read. I had borrowed it from a friend, and wanted to own it ever since. So it‘s my Christmas gift to myself. 🙂

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MayJasper
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#winterwonderland prompt 17: #goneaway @Cinfhen @TrishB
First Toru's cat disappears then his wife goes away then all kind of weird happens all in a very clever literary way.

Cinfhen I stacked this book yesterday after @Blaire & @vivastory told me it‘s worth a shot!!! 6mo
vivastory @Cinfhen I think it's great. It's a bit long, almost 600 pages. You might want to try his stories first. If you like these, you'll like Wind-up 6mo
TrishB Love that graphic 💕 6mo
Tamra This was my first Murkami and loved it - totally absorbed! 6mo
MayJasper @TrishB thanks, there are so many beautiful covers for this book. I couldn't choose one so I went for a selection 6mo
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vivastory
Wind-Up Bird Chronicle | Haruki Murakami, Murakami
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Read this earlier today & seemed fitting for today's prompt.
#BabyItsColdOutside
#WinterWonderland
@Cinfhen @TrishB

TrishB It certainly is 👍🏻 6mo
Cinfhen I haven‘t read Murakami.... 🙈 6mo
Blaire @Cinfhen the tagged one is my favorite murakami and a good one to start with. 6mo
Cinfhen Ok, thanks @Blaire I think I I tried this one once and it was a very early on bail 6mo
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Makatma
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Reading a lovely book on a lovely fall day

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matthieumcintosh
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This one's been plucking around in my head for a bit. An exceptionally entertaining, tender, and often brutal novel. Murakami has a great way of excavating and creating his character's selves through their interaction with society at large. The second best of Murakami's I've read as Norwegian Wood holds a special, special place in my heart.

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This follows a man on a dark twisted journey to find his wife and cat in dark Tokyo. He meets some very interesting people along the way a psychic prostitute; a malevolent yet mediagenic politician; a cheerfully morbid sixteen-year-old-girl; and an aging war veteran who has been permanently changed by the hideous things he witnessed during Japan's forgotten campaign in WW2

Murakami knows dark!! I wanna read more translated fiction😄🤘

Jilly6183 I love Murakami! He's not for everyone and sometimes it takes patience (IQ84 for example) but he is so original, creative, and insightful 9mo
Velvetfur Oh I love Murakami! I've read several of his books and they're all like this, they really make you think. You should read 'Kafka On The Shore' next, that was the first of his that I read 😊 9mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled Just finished this! I really have no idea how I feel about it 🤷‍♀️ 9mo
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Cedricsmom @meghan2714 what is a physic prostitute? Or is that a typo? 9mo
meghan2714 @Cedricsmom typo, but physic prostitute would be interesting too😂😂😂 9mo
meghan2714 @Velvetfur I want to read that too!! 9mo
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Theresa
Wind-Up Bird Chronicle | Haruki Murakami, Murakami
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I haven't read anything by Haruki Murakami, but I want to as evidenced by the fact that I own these 2 + 1Q84 on audio + preordered his latest. Where should I start? With 1 that I already own or is there something that's a better entry point?

sisilia Wind Up is my favorite Murakami 😍 Go for it! If you‘d like something lighter, try Kafka on the Shore or Norwegian Wood 9mo
Lauren.Archer The Wind Up Bird Chronicle is good one to start with. I personally started with 1Q84 and was fine, but it is very long and can go off on some long tangents. 9mo
irre I only read one of his books and I really liked it 9mo
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Lindy @sisilia @Lauren.Archer I agree. Start with Wind Up. 👍 9mo
ephemeralwaltz I loved both!!!😍😍 9mo
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Ojo
Wind-Up Bird Chronicle | Haruki Murakami, Murakami
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It‘s a surreal world that the protagonist enters unwittingly after his cat and then his wife disappear. He encounters a slew of odd women including a pubescent young woman. Our protagonist becomes a guru of sorts who occasionally seeks refuge in a dry well! There are also anecdotal mentions of the Japanese occupation of Manchuria. Give it a read and explore this wonderful and odd world!I will add more later to give a just review.

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I‘ll never forget this #mostgruesomecrimescene ?? ☠️ by Murakami:
“His men held X down with their hands and knees while he began skinning X with the utmost care. It truly was like skinning a peach."... after which it goes on for a while. Horrible sadistic.

#MayLovesClassics #1001books
(Pic: Google)

Ms_T 🤢 13mo
LauraBeth 🙀🙀 13mo
DrexEdit Yowza! I need to reread this one soonish! 😨😨😨 13mo
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QuintusMarcus Ugly passage, but brilliant book. I don't think Murakami has surpassed it. 13mo
BarbaraBB @QuintusMarcus I agree, this was his best. Actually, after 1q84 I stopped reading him! 13mo
arubabookwoman I recently did a group read on LT of Kafka on the Shore and there is a scene with a character named Johnny Walker and some cats that was just about the most gruesome thing I have ever read. Several of us in the group read had to be convinced to read on. (And gore in fiction usually doesn‘t overly disturb me). 13mo
BarbaraBB @arubabookwoman I read that book too but somehow forget the scene you mention. That is strange, when it is that gruesome. Maybe I have blocked it. 13mo
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matthieumcintosh
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Every time I start reading a Murakami novel all the other things in my life kinda take a backseat. I'm not sure what it is I find so comforting about his writing, but it conjures a great feeling of nostalgia and warmth (even if the contents are at odds with the rosy cozy feelings they ellicit).

BooksAndChopsticks Just finished Wind Up and I couldn't agree more with you! 13mo
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ephemeralwaltz
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https://lithub.com/nine-of-the-most-violent-works-of-literary-fiction/

Oh no, this (very interesting or just morbidly so) LitHub article made me remember THAT ONE SINGLE SCENE FROM THE WIND-UP BIRD CHRONICLE. You all know what I'm talking about. Why oh why 😂😭😂😭😂😭😂 *squirms*

Riveted_Reader_Melissa These are the lists of books that I like to check and if they are on my to read list.....remove them! 😂 13mo
readordierachel Yikes. The description of what Piercing is about made me feel a little 🤢 13mo
Graywacke Kind of intriguing. I‘ve only read Blood Meridian - both disturbing and curiously hypnotic at the same time. 13mo
sloanghost This makes me curious, and yet...there is trepidation 13mo
BooksAndChopsticks That scene....I had to actually skip over it 😬 (edited) 13mo
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"If something was going to happen, let it happen. If something WANTED to happen, let it happen." #truth #LifeLessonsILearnedFromBooks

Soubhiville Hi! Welcome to Litsy! I hope you‘ll enjoy it! 13mo
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Beck_42
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Can't say I enjoyed this book, but I did think it was a valuable experience reading it. Very skilfully written, it moves from the mundane to the utterly bizarre and unsettling, like a Japanese Twin Peaks. I enjoyed the weirdness but I personally don't always enjoy stories that are left with loose threads or too many questions left hanging - and this one's full of them. Maybe answers are there if you read into subtext, but my brain isn't up to it!

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ChristyM
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Pickpick

Six hundred pages and eight weeks later... an unforgettable book.

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Dogearedcopy
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Panpan

Book III: Murakami takes all the things from Books I & II and wraps it all up. Sort of.

Where others have described dreamlike language and scenes involving strange leitmotifs, I found it flat, pointless and with no place to hang my own red plastic hat plot-wise.

Adding insult to injury is the audiobook narrator, Rupert Degas who makes all the women sound stabby, ignores texts cues, and makes highly questionable narration choices all around.

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🎧 2/3 Update: Just finished the second of the three interior books, and I really just don‘t know what to make of a “story” where inscrutable women talk about being empty and where the bottom of a well seems like the best place to work things out in your head.

Book II: People appear and disappear and no one wants to answer their phone.

Laalaleighh This book has been haughtily staring at me from my tbr shelf intimidating me forever! It better be more than that! 1y
Blaire @Laalaleighh @dogearedcopy hope you end up liking it!! It is one of my favorite murakami‘s, but I don‘t mind really strange. 😏 1y
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🎧 1/3-Way Status Update: ‘The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle‘ is a tome divided into 3 interior books and I just finished the 1st book. The blend of reality and magical realism as well as the deliberate awkwardness of the scenes that stem from a missing cat, make this a strange experience.

Book I: Random people show up and feel compelled to tell painful stories about themselves.

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Even though Ozeki‘s and Murakami‘s styles, plots, settings (time and place,) and structure are very different, there is a certain alien exoticism and Eastern philosophy that informs both works. I don‘t usually pick titles to read at the same time that are similar for any reason as the biblioverses tend to blur in my mind and this is no exception. I feel like I‘m living in a Japanese David Lynch dream movie!

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This book was an interesting experience. Loved the magical realism elements and the dreamy quality, but still felt like some of it was a slog with not a whole lot of payoff. I might try again in the future though; anyone else feel like Murakami says things that you need to be in the right frame of mind to really appreciate?

ephemeralwaltz I feel that what you get out of a Murakami book depends a lot on the reader. I feel like our mood and individual thoughts complete the reading experience - a lot of his writing is very open to interpretation! Which is what I love about his writing. Each of his books gives me a new chance to reconnect with myself. 1y
HyacinthGirl @ephemeralwaltz absolutely! I felt like a new person after reading Kafka on the Shore. I didn‘t quite feel as changed by this experience, but on reflection I was pretty blown away by how many layers to the narrative there were—particularly the ones that didn‘t find any definite conclusion. 1y
ephemeralwaltz @HyacinthGirl I'm usually bothered when narratives don't have definite conclusions but not with Murakami!😂 And YES, Kafka on the Shore blew me away completely -probably my favorite by him. It was like being in a trance during the whole novel. 1y
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🎧 Started this one today and am currently only about 20 minutes in on this 26-hour audiobook. I‘m going in completely blind and this is my first Murakami so all I can say at this point is that it‘s a bit strange and that I‘m not sure how I feel about a British/Australian narrator (Rupert Degas) performing this Japanese story.

Tamra This was my intro to Murakami (in print) and I loved it. It is dreamlike - the lines between reality and unreality are blurred. If listening isn‘t working, you might try it in print. 1y
avalinah Couldn't handle this one. It has SUPER graphic torture scenes. Ten years later and I can't unsee it 😰 1y
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Lexica10
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Absolutely make this your first Murakami read. A mysterious and mesmerizing introduction to his beloved motifs - cats, pasta, cutty sark, mystery girls, haunting phone calls - and several forays into the both maddening and curious digressions of historically ambiguous relation to the actual plot.

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mellissimo
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There is no better way to start a weekend than with a book, hot chocolate and travelling to your loved ones ❤

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mellissimo
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Just finished putting together my Reading Challenge for this year. - A list with categories of books to read during the year - Last year was the first time I did this together with my mum and it was amazing. It gave us so much to talk about (books, what better topic is there 😊)The first book in mine will be the wind-up chronicle Let's see where it fits 😉

mabell Welcome to Litsy! 🎉 1y
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DivaDiane Herzlich willkommen bei Litsy!! 1y
PurpleyPumpkin Welcome to Litsy! It‘s a great community and I hope you enjoy it here. 😉📚 1y
mellissimo @PurpleyPumpkin Thank you! I already love it here 😊 Everyone is so nice! 1y
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BilboBookends
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Finally got my hands on a copy of this!

HelloImJez A beautiful cover! 1y
vivastory I got this for Xmas 👍 1y
Linsy Beautiful 😍 1y
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vivastory
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Presents from my brother 1/2

LeahBergen Murakami! 👍🏻 1y
ephemeralwaltz 🙌🙌🙌 1y
rohit-sawant Wonderful gifts! 1y
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Chris
Pickpick

I love this book. If it wasn‘t 600 pages and I didn‘t have a stack of books that I really should get through I‘d start it over again right away.

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bookworm.krizia
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Murakami is a genius. He manages to create a different, dream-like labyrinth that is anchored in our world. Everything felt surreal like a Salvador Dali painting. Everything felt like dream-like sequences but you're not asleep. At times "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle" feels like "Inception" wherein you're in dream world and you can bend reality. A lot of unanswered mysteries that you just like to unfold.

Bookish.SAM I loved this book! 2y
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BookishKateNYC
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Mandatory to read my first #murakami while in #japan for the first time.

tpixie Have an awesome trip! 🇯🇵 2y
BookishTrish I'm reading this now too! (But not in Japan) Have a fantastic trip! 2y
cariashley Ahh have an amazing trip, I LOVE Japan! Great book too ☺️ 2y
JessieReadsInBK 👌🏻 picture! Hope you guys are having the best time! 2y
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Welp

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Lauren.Archer
Pickpick

Murakami‘s storytelling is so dreamlike. I loved this book so much. This book takes you on so many journeys. Can‘t wait to read more of his books.

BookishTrish I started this one last week. It'll bea slow read for me. Hope I like it too. 2y
Jaimelire Haven‘t read this one. But read some of his other books. He is a great writer. (edited) 2y
Lindy I think this is my favourite of his. 😊 2y
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JackOBotts This is on my TBR. I loved 2y
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled I keep hearing about this! It‘s in my TBR - need to read soon! 2y
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Lauren.Archer
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Next up, a little Murakami, if you can 600+ pages little.

Booksnchill Oh- that‘s coming up on my tbr as well- I look forward to seeing how you get on with it! 2y
Tamra This was my intro into the world of Murakami and I loved it! 2y
mrozzz Yes! Enjoy. It's a weird one by a great one. 2y
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callielafleur This is one of only a couple of his that I haven't read. I say it's due to the length, but I muscled through iQ84 ok. I'm looking forward to seeing what you thought! 2y
irre I really liked it. My first Murakami. 2y
Yellowpigeon @irre my first too!! Started a great love of his work 2y
BarbaraBB I read a lot of Murakami and this one is my favourite. You‘ll fly through it! Enjoy! 2y
BookwormM My first Murakami and I loved it 2y
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RachelO
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Might have done a tiny bit of gift shopping in Chatsworth shop. Isn't this just perfect?

Their book selection (especially children's books) was pretty good too!

LeahBergen Jealous! 💚💚 2y
Simona 😍😍😍 2y
RachelO @LeahBergen @Simona It's a birthday present (for someone else). Think I'm going to have a hard time parting with it! 2y
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LeahBergen I think you'll have to buy them something else. 😆 2y
RachelO @LeahBergen 😂Don't even suggest it! 2y
LeahBergen "Get thee behind me, Satan!" ? (Gah! They have some nice bags! ??) 2y
RachelO @LeahBergen 😈A problem shared... Yeah. Sorry! 2y
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This is a quote from the tagged book but I think it kind of describes Murakami‘s novels in a way. I love getting lost in his books.

#quotsynov17 #puzzle

Tamra 👌🏾 2y
LeahBergen 👏🏻👏🏻 2y
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