After reading about the unnamed narrator in A Wild Sheep Chase and Dance, Dance, Dance, I knew I had to get my hands on the novels that started it all. The mystery that enveloped his character was something I had to understand. And as much as A Wild Sheep Chase and Dance, Dance, Dance were two books that could stand on its own, I knew reading the rest of the series would blow my mind.
I’ve come across this Japanese term, tsundoku, which means buying books and not reading them; letting books pile up unread on shelves or floors or nightstands and I thought, that’s totally me.
I consider Harry Potter the reason why I fell in love with reading. I remember growing up with Harry and reading his adventures as he faced life, death, and love. Safe to say, he influenced my life, big time!
This March was book madness. I was able to finish two novels. One was a fairly old book I had and the other a new one I knew I was going to love.
I love this book, a new favorite from Murakami. But I honestly don’t know where to start with this review! As usual, he leaves me confused but still, this is one book that I really connected with. WHY. IS. HE. SO. GOOD.