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Dance Dance Dance by Haruki Murakami
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Apr 07, 12

bookshelves: fiction-read-2012, japan
Read from March 10, 2011 to April 07, 2012

This is vintage Murakami. Weirdness abounds.For most of the time nothing happens, except inside the narrator's mind. And yet the descriptions of how he passes the time are quite riveting-partly because of the languid and quietly humorous style of the narrator. While nothing is happening, he becomes entangled with the (now expected) collection of surreal things: a psychic 13 year old whose mother regularly forgets her existence, the mysterious Sheep Man, a one-armed poet, and a now-famous friend from his school days. Somehow these people are connected to a vanished prostitute with the most beautiful ears.....alternate realities, dreams and friendship keep cropping up. Murakami, you rock.

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