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Hear the Wind Sing - Haruki Murakami, Alfred Birnbaum
Hear the Wind Sing
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Murakami First novel
Murakami First novel
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9784061860261 (4061860267)
Publisher: Kodansha International Ltd.
Pages no: 130
Edition language: English
Series: Trilogy of the Rat (#1)
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johanpatricksy rated it
2.0 Hear the Wind Sing
He's a biology major. in eleven months he killed thirty-six cats! Now I hate this book. lol!
Jema reads
Jema reads rated it
It is such a short novel, written in Murakami's signature way which is rather simple but still evoke a lot of emotion. The plot is young man on summer break sit in a bar, drink beer and talk to girls, play music, talk of books, have sex or think about it, think about wells, remembers dead ex girlfri...
nouveau rated it
4.0 Hear the Wind Sing
if Murakami had only written one book, he would exist predominately in some computer reference file, an odd little short novella that had some stylistic advances and paved the way for post-modern Japanese lit., but would otherwise be known only to a few thousand people. instead, of course, Murakami ...
Wounded Child Prostitute
Wounded Child Prostitute rated it
3.0 Hear the Wind Sing
I intend to read all of Murakami's books, so I am using the star system for his work separate from other books, so in genpop the individual book ratings I give on his might've ended up being slightly higher. Also, I am viewing the trilogy as one book, so I'll just add a bit to this after I finish 'A...
Marvin's Bookish Blog
Marvin's Bookish Blog rated it
It is strangely reassuring to discover that brilliant authors do not rise up fully formed from the womb. Hear the Wind Sing is proof of this. Murakami's first novel is disjointed, directionless, and fairly boring; not at all like his masterpieces that follow. Yet mixed up in all that aimlessness you...
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