Publish date: April 2012
Publisher: Doğan Kitap
Pages no: 256
Edition language: Turkish
Series: 1Q84 (#1)
Well, shit, it's over. Took me three months to read this one, and after that last page, I want to start all over again. I got to know Aomame and Tengo in every way possible, and I will miss them like old friends. 1Q84 is the third longest book I've read, as far as page count is concerned. It is also...
I first tried reading Murakami several years ago, when The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle came highly recommended to me from several friends. I didn’t make it very far into the book, but not due to lack of interest; as I recall, I had checked it out from the library and had to return it due to there being a...
So far I'm really enjoying this as I've enjoyed mostly everything by Murakami I've read previously. Bonus points for it being such a long audiobook (46 hours) and having two really good readers. The shifts into alternate realities have been rather subtle and the characters have reacted first with t...
This is the third Haruki Murakami novel I have read. Therefore, I think I may safely posit that "if I can tell you what a Haruki Murakami novel is about then it is not a Haruki Murakami novel." I came to this conclusion some 200 pages before Tengo's father tells him (I loosely quote) "If you can't...
Kindred's Reading Challenge: #11 A novel by Haruki Murakami
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