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message 1: by Rhian (new)

Rhian | 2 comments Haruki Murakami's "Underground" is about the Aum Shinrikyo subway gassing that happened in 1995.

message 2: by ilona (new)

ilona (svaubajkama) All books that I've read from Murakami were settled in Japan. And I read:
Dance, Dance, Dance
South of the Border, West of the Sun
After Dark

message 3: by Greyweather (new)

Greyweather | 2 comments My personal favorite is Natsume Sōseki's Kokoro.

I have heard no shortage of good things about Murakami, and I am looking forward to picking up The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle or Kafka on the Shore in particular.

message 4: by Shadazz (last edited Feb 18, 2011 09:56PM) (new)

Shadazz | 6 comments The Temple of Dawn (The Sea of Fertility: Book 3) by Yukio Mishima.

The wind-up bird chronicle is also v. good.

message 5: by Sandra (new)

Sandra Barman (sandrabarman) | 3 comments The Budding Tree by Aiko Kitahara

message 6: by Daren (last edited Aug 31, 2012 05:56PM) (new)

Daren | 13 comments Historical fiction Shōgun and Gai-Jin,James Clavell both are excellent. I also enjoyed Cloud of Sparrows, which was a lot 'lighter' but a good quick read.Takashi Matsuoka

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