Talk about Murakami in here. Tell us the books of his you have read, which was your favourite, what struck you as odd/beautiful/amazing/etc..
- Hardboiled Wonderland and the End of the World
- Wind-up Bird Chronicle (~500 pages in..)
my favourite is Hardboiled Wonderland and The End of the World
I was going to post this on the other book thread, but I'll post it here instead:
The part that has really stuck with me thus far from Wind-up Bird is what the ex-soldier explained to Toru Okada that when it's time to go up, find the highest mountain and climb it. When it's time to go down, find the deepest well. Something about that idea that should be applied to my life.. That and that song from Magnolia when the chick is singing "it's not going to stop.. so just give up."
Post your thoughts - save this thread from an early grave.