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Yes and no. The subject matter of the book is the human condition, loneliness, death etc. But, it is not a depressing book. It is one of the best books I've read and it has a certain beauty to it. The beautiful prose helps very much. Murakami is very famous for his surreal writing but I could never get into that stuff. This book is a straight forward story of coming of age and as far I'm concerned, his best.
It's not the darkest of Murakami's work by a long shot, but a lovely novel nonetheless. It's more accessible than some, but still a pretty shining example of Japanese contemporary (relatively) fiction. If you're new to Murakami, 1Q84 is a good starting point too. Some of his older stuff, while very well written, is a little self-referential. I think of him as the philosophical counterpoint to Ishiguro's unreliable narrator/subtle aesthetic. Murakami's prose and dialogue (allowing for cultural gaps in translation), is so ultimately human and organic. He and Ishiguro approach human fallibility and delusion from very different ways, love them both. Sorry for the literary ramble, Murakami's one of my faves.

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Isn't this really dark novel?
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I have this book. I Loved it.
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Isn't this really dark novel?
Yes and no. The subject matter of the book is the human condition, loneliness, death etc. But, it is not a depressing book. It is one of the best books I've read and it has a certain beauty to it. The beautiful prose helps very much. Murakami is very famous for his surreal writing but I could never get into that stuff. This book is a straight forward story of coming of age and as far I'm concerned, his best.
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It's not the darkest of Murakami's work by a long shot, but a lovely novel nonetheless. It's more accessible than some, but still a pretty shining example of Japanese contemporary (relatively) fiction. If you're new to Murakami, 1Q84 is a good starting point too. Some of his older stuff, while very well written, is a little self-referential. I think of him as the philosophical counterpoint to Ishiguro's unreliable narrator/subtle aesthetic. Murakami's prose and dialogue (allowing for cultural gaps in translation), is so ultimately human and organic. He and Ishiguro approach human fallibility and delusion from very different ways, love them both. Sorry for the literary ramble, Murakami's one of my faves.
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I haven't read this but watched the movie https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nor...ood_(film)
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Nice string of sales recently for Murakami fans. His ebooks rarely go on sale.
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It's not the darkest of Murakami's work by a long shot, but a lovely novel nonetheless. It's more accessible than some, but still a pretty shining example of Japanese contemporary (relatively) fiction. If you're new to Murakami, 1Q84 is a good starting point too. Some of his older stuff, while very well written, is a little self-referential. I think of him as the philosophical counterpoint to Ishiguro's unreliable narrator/subtle aesthetic. Murakami's prose and dialogue (allowing for cultural gaps in translation), is so ultimately human and organic. He and Ishiguro approach human fallibility and delusion from very different ways, love them both. Sorry for the literary ramble, Murakami's one of my faves.
By contrast,I started out on Murakami with 1q84 and it put me off of him for quite a while. Until I decided to try Norwegian Wood and loved it.
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I once read this book. Or should I say, it once read me.
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Check out the Hoopla app if have a library card. Tons of free ebooks, videos, audio books available for checkout. This book included.
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Isn't it good?
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So this isn't about Scandinavian woodworking?
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This is the third Haruki Murakami novel I bought for $3 and I haven't started reading any.
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