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1Q84 BOOK 3 (1Q84 #3)

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1949年にジョージ・オーウェルは、近未来小説としての『1984』を刊行した。

そして2009年、『1Q84』は逆の方向から1984年を描いた近過去小説である。

そこに描かれているのは「こうであったかもしれない」世界なのだ。

私たちが生きている現在が、「そうではなかったかもしれない」世界であるのと、ちょうど同じように。
Hardcover, 602 pages
Published April 16th 2010 by 新潮社 (first published 2010)
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Sam Quixote
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My first response to finishing the book was "Thank God that's over", my second was "how could Murakami have screwed it up so badly?". The second book ended dramatically and, maybe even artistically, with Aomame standing before the portal that took her to 1Q84 with a gun in her mouth and Tengo beside the comatose body of his abusive father awaiting anything. Well, Book 3 begins with Aomame taking the gun out of her mouth and going home and Tengo continuing his solitary vigil over his fath
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Nikoleta
Sep 13, 2016 Nikoleta rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: magical-realist
Δύο παράλληλοι κόσμοι συνδέονται μεταξύ τους, μέσω ενός αυτοκινητόδρομου. Ο ένας στο έτος 1984 και ο άλλος στο έτος 1Q84, με τα δύο φεγγάρια του και τα πανίσχυρα μικροσκοπικά ανθρωπάκια, που πλέκουν συνεχώς χρυσαλίδες του αέρα. Κάπου εκεί, στο κέντρο όλων, ο Τένγκο και η Αομάμε. Προχωρούν δίπλα δίπλα, σε μονοπάτια παράλληλα, χωρίς να συναντιόνται, σαν το 1984 και το 1Q84, σαν τα δυο φεγγάρια που συναντιόνται στον ουρανό, αλλά ποτέ δεν αγγίζονται.
Πολύ όμορφο βιβλίο και ένα υπέροχο ιδανικό τέλος.
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Tfitoby
“Life is not like water. Things in life don't necessarily flow over the shortest possible route.”

In my review of books 1 & 2 I said "I'm very much looking forward to finding out if anything gets resolved, if anything starts to make any sense at all, if the star crossed lovers find happiness, what exactly it is that the Little People have planned and the answers to any number of other fascinating and intriguing questions that have been posed throughout, but then if the general theme so far is
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Kaitlin
Sep 29, 2015 Kaitlin rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Haruki Murakami is a brilliantly strange writer and this is the first story I ever attempted by him. I actually ended up reading the first two parts about a year and a half ago and I was introduced to a weird yet magical world of unnatural moons, peculiar characters and odd little people. Whilst reading the first two parts both mystified and intrigued me, it wasn't overly satisfying and I needed to know what was going to happen next. Luckily I decided to pick this book up when my friend, Vanessa ...more
Lucrezia
Oct 28, 2012 Lucrezia rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Cosa dire ormai su Murakami, a parte che questa volta mi ha lasciato davvero un senso di vuoto immenso.... Mentre il precedente volume mi aveva lasciata sospesa ,letteralmente, con la lingua in gola, e incazzata nera, perché dovevo attendere almeno un 'altro anno per sapere come finiva, questo mi lascia con un incontenibile malinconia (e una voglia dilagante di rivedere Lost in translation , oke i collegamenti malati del mio cervello)tuttavia in me c'è anche una strana sensazione ,di quelle sens ...more
Erik3003
May 30, 2011 Erik3003 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-2011, jpn
Book 3 of 1984 starts with a surpise when you look at the table of contents: Ushikawa !?! It seems almost sacrilege to see his name amongst the chapters about Tengo and Aomame.

But it turnes out this is really a touch of genius by Murakami, because it really brings some speed to this long novel and after a while I must confess I actually started to like the poor bastard.
Vanessa
Sep 30, 2015 Vanessa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2015-tbr
FINALLY I have completed 1Q84, after having it sitting on my shelf for probably over 2 years. I have a thing about big books - I love the feeling of accomplishment after completing them, but trying to actually read them in the first place is where I get stuck because I have that big book fear.

I finally picked up Book 3 of 1Q84 this month, after finishing Books 1 & 2 all the way back in June when I was doing the #JapaneseJune project with Sabrina, Colleen, and Mercedes. Unfortunately even tho
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Bach Tran Quang
Apr 17, 2016 Bach Tran Quang rated it really liked it
Hình như đây là cuốn đầu tiên mình đọc cảm thấy nó happy ending của Murakami thì phải. Mỗi năm mình lại làm một cuộc marathon với ông, nó thường bắt đầu vào tháng 9, nhưng năm nay có vẻ mọi thứ đã khác đi (mặc dù thế giới vẫn chỉ có 1 mặt trăng, cho dù mình đã cố nhìn xem biết nhỡ đâu...). Suốt 1200 trang sách, tính cả 3 cuốn, mình đã thực sự chìm đắm trong thế giới của Tengo và Aomame. Ở cuốn 3 này, mọi thứ dường như đã dần thay đổi: Aomame đã mong manh hơn, Tengo tinh tế hơn, cả khuôn mặt lạnh ...more
Jean-Paul Werner Walshaw-Sauter
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"Some books seem like a key to unfamiliar rooms in one’s own castle."

Franz Kafka in a letter to his childhood friend, the art historian Oskar Pollak


It’s now October through to December in the parallel year of 1Q84 in Japan: Tengo's father is still in an unexplained coma. While Tengo is waiting for his father to be brought back to his hospital room from a routine examination, Tengo discovers an air chrysalis on his father's bed, in which Aomamé lays peacefully sleeping looking exactly the way sh
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Sergsab
Jun 13, 2013 Sergsab rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
En este libro se recoge el cuerpo teórico del acto postpoético más soberbio llevado a cabo en nombre de la soledad. Buscar con ansias sin desplazarnos. Llegar al otro a través del objeto de su deseo y esperarlo allí, sentados. Repoblar ciudades fantasmas con los recuerdos de una vida que hemos perdido en el tiempo y en la distancia.

Porque si algo es este 1Q84, es la fusión perfecta de un tiempo y un lugar. Es un año que se extiende sobre el suelo frágil que pisamos. Un mapa con cuenta atrás. Un
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yolanda;
Sep 07, 2012 yolanda; rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Okay, so let's see: I changed my rating to only two stars. I feel bad about it. Because I'm certainly fond of Tengo and Aomame and Fuka-eri, but the story of book 3 was just unnecesary.

Most of the book was nothing happenning. At first I was bored with Ushikawa pov because it didn't contribute in anything to the story. Absolutely nothing. But then, I started being bored with Tengo's pov too. Because, honestly, what did Tengo do in Book 3? Absolutely nothing again. And I miss Fukaeri like hell. S
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Taka
Not over yet?--

Book 3 is uneven. Some parts are mediocre and unnecessarily lengthy and other parts awesome. At least in one part - specifically from p. 379 to p. 381 - Murakami seems to make a novice's howler by jarringly and suddenly moving from a limited omniscient POV to an omniscient POV. This might be because this book is the first time Murakami writes in multiple perspectives, but I thought that temporary change in POV was clunky and unartistic.

One glaring deficit in Murakami's works that
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Makiko
May 05, 2010 Makiko rated it it was ok
very different ending from other murakami books--it was too clean and simple. compared to books 1 and 2, the ending was disappointing. there better not be a book 4.
khveronika
Dec 16, 2011 khveronika rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favourites
This book leaves you off wanting more. It's special. Just as so many of Haruki Murakami's books, this one envelops you in an extraordinary atmosphere, where you feel so close to the characters. It's a touching, but at the same time an exciting story. Once you start reading it, you simply don't want to put it down. Even though my edition probably weighed about a ton (because it included all of the 3 published parts), I still carried it around everywhere until I finished it.

To me it's hard describ
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Levi
Apr 21, 2012 Levi rated it did not like it
I know this is supposed to be such a brilliant work, but I didn't like it. I gave the first tome four stars because it really was beautiful. The second one I gave a lower score and this final tome really did just feel like work. I actually had to force myself to read it and had to take breaks for days because I dreaded picking it up. The praise for this book is everywhere and this is one of the books that I feel like I should feel guilty for not loving. Well, I can't lie. I hated it. Absolutely, ...more
Omid Majidy Pour
کتاب سوم در این حد جذاب بود که ساعت از 3 شب گذشته بود و من واقعا نتونستم زمین بذارمش و 200 و خورده ای صفحه ی آخر و به معنای واقعی کلمه بلعیدم.
من عادت کرده ام که موراکامی داستان هاش اکثرا پایان باز داشته باشن ولی این کتاب مهر متفاوتی بود که رو افکارم خورد.
کتاب یک پایان مشخص و معین و دقیق و عالی داره که بعد از تموم شدن کتاب میخ بودم که چرا، چرا تموم شد!!

در مقایسه با سایر کتاب های موراکامی، این کتاب پایان متفاوتی داشت بطوریکه اصلا انتظارشو نداشتم.
بیشتر از این توضیح بدم لوس میشه و داستان لو میره. فق
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Oscar
Una vez terminado de leer el tercer libro de ‘1Q84’, me pregunto si era necesario. Porque realmente añadiendo unas 100 ó 150 páginas al anterior volumen, hubiese sido suficiente. Sinceramente, este tercer volumen es muy flojo, además de que Murakami se dedica a marear la perdiz, como suele decirse, enredándose en situaciones insustanciales e innecesarias, que no te emocionan y que apenas sirven para mantener un ligero interés por lo que está sucediendo. Y es que el bueno de Murakami se saca de l ...more
Isabelle
Apr 19, 2013 Isabelle rated it it was ok
Starting the trilogy I had a secret fear that it would all end up in twisted religious matters (concealed beneath a layer of breasts, of course), and this fear has now been confirmed. Religion usually makes me angry (unless treated in a PW manner), but in this case, while reading, I felt both embarrassed and amused. After Murakami introduced immaculate conception, the outcome of which is destined to become ‘Leader’ of a narrow-minded religious organization (a parallel world Jesus!), it took a mi ...more
Parastoo Ashtian
ما به این دنیا آمدیم تا بتوانیم یکدیگر را ملاقات کنیم. ما خودمان این را متوجه نشدیم اما این هدف آمدنمان به اینجا بوده. ما با پیچیدگی های گوناگون مواجه شدیم. چیزهایی که منطقی نبودند، چیزهایی که غیر قابل توضیح بودند. چیزهای عجیب، چیزهای خونخوار، چیزهای غمگین و گاهی اوقات چیزهای زیبا. از ما خواسته شد که پیمان ببندیم و ما هم این کار را انجام دادیم. ما مجبور شدیم زمان سختی را پشت سر گذاریم و ما این کار را کردیم. ما می توانیم به هدفی که برای رسیدن به آن اینجا آمده ایم دست پیدا کنیم. اما خطر به سرعت نز ...more
Michiel
Mar 19, 2011 Michiel rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When the second book of the series was somewhat disappointing this one is at least as good as the first one. It is rarely one grows to love book characters but after reading these books you can never forgot Aomame, Tengo and Ushikawa (I really liked Ushikawa became a full-fledged after his (first?) appearance in the Wind-up Bird Chronicles.
As usual with Murakami, don't expect to have an answer on all your questions.
Ana
Jun 06, 2015 Ana rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Depois desta maratona MuraKaniana, com a leitura da triologia 1Q84 toda de enfiada; sinto um misto de alívio e irritação.
Alívio, porque não foi fácil… tive muitas vezes tentada, a agarrar noutros livros e deixar estes descansar um pouco.
Irritação, porque esta história é bonita e podia ter sido escrita num só livro magnífico.
Silvia Ribeiro
Mar 15, 2015 Silvia Ribeiro rated it really liked it
Murakami tem um estilo de escrita maravilhoso e inconfundível.
Se aos dois primeiros volumes dei 5 estrelas, a este apenas posso dar 4 estrelas.
Falhou o final. Esperava mais, esperava uma surpresa do povo pequenino. lol
Katri
Jul 07, 2015 Katri rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2015
Vihdoinkin luettu loppuun koko trilogia.

Vaikka kaksi ensimmäistä osaa vähän tuskastuttivat ja meinasivat saada jättämään urakan kesken, niin tämä kolmas osa tuntui jostain syystä heti skarpimmalta. Edelleen oli toistoa, aina tarina ei tuntunut etenevän, mikä on näin pitkän trilogian kohdalla vähän nihkeää, mutta jokin oli toisin. Tuntui, että turhaa höttöä oli vähän veistelty pois, kaikkea ei selitetty ihan puhki ja lopussa jätettiin lukijallekin pala purtavaksi. Olisiko tästä jopa yritetty vään
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Noce
Feb 26, 2013 Noce rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Tranquilli, è solo una figura retorica

Tra le tante cose insensate che convivono nella mia persona, ce n’è una di cui ho preso coscienza da molto. A fronte di una disordinata vita emotiva e sociale, la verità è che come archivista avrei un futuro. Un ottimo futuro. L’irragionevole attitudine a conservare e “storiografare” odori, sapori, bucce di caramelle, scontrini, amori infeltriti, frasi, parole, sguardi sospesi, trova un naturale sbocco anche nel campo della letteratura. In questo caso c’è da
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Fil
-Ti crea qualche problema se non metto il punto di domanda alla fine delle mie domande.

-No. Fai pure.

-Grazie. Il romanzo resta ripetitivo e surreale.

-Resta ripetitivo e surreale.

-Lo stile della narrazione cambia.

-No. Tutto resta identico. Due diventa tre. Tutto identico.

-Capisco. Qualche nuovo personaggio entrerà in scena.

-Sì. L'investigatore privato Ushikawa che era già presente nel primi due libri.

-Capisco perfettamente. E qualcuno uscirà di scena.

-Sì. Erika Fukaeri scomparirà.

-Bene. Ti eri se
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Γιώτα Παπαδημακοπούλου
Η αλήθεια είναι πως άργησα πάρα πολύ να διαβάσω το τρίτο και τελευταίο βιβλίο της τριλογίας του Haruki Murakami, "1Q84", αλλά δεδομένου πως δεν ήθελα να το κάνω με μισά αισθήματα, επέλεξα να περιμένω. Γιατί καμιά φορά, ορισμένα πράγματα, χρειάζονται τον χρόνο τους προκειμένου να ωριμάσουν μέσα μας και να βρουν τον δρόμο τους για την καρδιά και το μυαλό μας. Ο Murakami, λοιπόν, παρά που δεν είναι από τους αγαπημένους μου λογοτέχνες, με την συγκεκριμένη τριλογία κατάφερε να με κερδίσει, προκαλώντα ...more
Ignacio Senao f
Un relleno con todas las de la ley. Sí este señor no escribiera tan bien esto sería un delito por estafa.

¿Qué pasa aquí? Pues ver la maestría de la escritura y la fuga de ideas. Es como si tenía el libro escrito en un tomo, y la editorial le dijo: Mira Haruki, vamos a poner un primer tomo como Libro 1 y 2 para que vean lo bueno que somos que pagan un poquito más por dos libros, y las últimas 30 páginas metes a un detective el cual no es relevante para aumente con 400 páginas más y es el volumen
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Joshua
Apr 16, 2016 Joshua rated it really liked it
I'm not going to do a very long review for 1Q84 just because I don't really know where I would start. I'd like to say, in my opinion, this is not Murakami's best work. It isn't bad by any means - in fact, it is very good, entertaining, and intriguing. There are many lines and moments in this book that really resonate with me and I appreciate that in a book. The trilogy, however, does a little too much meandering and has an artificial air to it that just doesn't seem natural in the slightest. I d ...more
Luís Blue Coltrane
That's it, I got to the end of the third volume as long expected and I feel a great emptiness because I feel that the author can not leave his readers like that. Certainly the end is it is more open and leaves the reader wander in every possible direction but in fact, there is still too much to say to discover ...
In this third installment, the player sees appearing a third main character, Ushikawa, who engaged in the pay of forerunners, is responsible for finding Aomame, the murderous leader. Th
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Lisa
Oct 25, 2013 Lisa rated it it was ok
Shelves: kindle, japan
Of all the books longlisted for the Man Asian Literary Prize that I’ve read so far, 1Q84 is the most problematic for me. Unlike the rest of the Known World, I’ve never read Murakami before, so I can’t compare this book with his previous work or put it in context with his literary oeuvre. That’s a problem, with an author so well-known…

On the other hand, I come to the book with no Murakami baggage, and no expectations. And expectations there were aplenty, apparently, and alongside the rave reviews
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