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Review: A new collection of stories by Haruki Murakami

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Always a fascinating read, is HM.

Still traumatized by a passage in The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle. It's gruesome, so I won't describe it here.

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Toasted HereticToday 07:56 am JST

Always a fascinating read, is HM.

Still traumatized by a passage in The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle. It's gruesome, so I won't describe it here.

His best book by a mile and everyone who's read it knows exactly which part you're referring to. Once read, never forgotten.

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Vividly recall reading Wind-Up Bird Chronicle when it came out and have never gone back to it again due to the passage noted above.

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I still talk to every cat that walks near me.

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Still traumatized by a passage in The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle. It's gruesome, so I won't describe it here.

Would that involve very skilled Mongolians and their knives?

I would rank his short stories collection "The Elephant Factory" amongst his best.

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His books are so boring. I really don’t get the hype.

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