Town of Cats
Publisher: The New Yorker
Pages no: 16
Haruki Murakami's works are magic. I don't understand some of his books. But this particular short story is fabulous. When you go to unfamiliar place, you can't get out nor find a way to get out from that particular town. In my opinion, while we are still alive, we will see or know things even some ...
This is an interesting little story by Murakami. But heads up for those who are already reading 1Q84: the story is literally pieced together (or the other way around) from that book. It describes Tengo's relationship with his father, and the trip he takes to the sanatorium. There's nothing in this s...