Tanz mit dem Schafsmann
Publish date: October 1st 2003
Pages no: 473
Edition language: Deutsch
, Literary Fiction
, Asian Literature
, Magical Realism
, Japanese Literature
I finally heard of Haruki Muramaki when his latest novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years Pilgrimage, was released in the summer 2014. It was on the Books of the Nightstand podcast where several independent bookstores across the country were having Murakami parties upon its release. I though...
I'm not sure what to make of this installment of the series. We pick up five years after where [b:A Wild Sheep Chase|11298|A Wild Sheep Chase (The Rat, #3)|Haruki Murakami|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1327908774s/11298.jpg|2057170] ends. Again, he is making a living though going thro...
Good, but not as excellent a "A Wild Sheep Chase."I wasn't convinced that a sequel was completely necessary. Of course, it wasn't unwelcome either. It just didn't strike me with that 'truly amazing' quality that the previous one did.I'd be interested to read the two related novels that preceded thes...
I gave up on trying to understand what the book is trying to convey. Overall it's an easy read. Norwegian Wood next.Life is for living. You gotta keep dancing.
حسنًا إذًا انتهى الرقص .. وآن لنا الآن .. أن نجمع "النقطة" ! مممممم الذين يعرفون "هاروكي" قطعًا لن يعتبروا هذه الرواية من الروائع، ولكن فيها كل ما في عالم هذا الرجل من سـرد سلس ومتدفق، وعوالم يمتزج فيها الواقع بالخيال والحقائق بالوهم والأحلام قد يجلس الكثيرون بعد هذه الرواية ينظرون للعالم والأهداف...