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Finished reading Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami (translated into English form Japanese) this morning.

Like “Norwegian Wood” – one of the things I liked about Kafka on the Shore was the character development. Kafka on the Shore is an incredible story, perhaps the sort of plot that if you saw it in a film you would have an “as if!” cynicism but as a book, I think it works. Ghosts, talking cats, and limbo worlds are all here, even raining fish and leeches. If you’re after something different to read, give it a go.

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