Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman by Haruki Murakami

A couple of great stories, but too many are fragmented without any foundation to give them meaning. I’m a huge fan of his novels, which I enjoy much more. They often have short stories in them and the stories work better there.

Gwenamon says: Save this for when you’ve read all of his novels, and you still need a Murakami fix


About gwenamon

bookworm, confidante, creative director, cyclist, global wanderer, music lover, shutterbug, shoe shopper, snowboarder, writer, yoga geek. i'm also a very proud mama of a lil mister named james.
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