After the Quake by Haruki Murakami

All of these short stories are set around the time of the 1995 Kobo earthquake. I loved a couple of these stories. But even when I wasn’t loving one, I deeply appreciated how Murakami writes so matter-of-factly and believably about the bizarre.

Gwenamon says: Very good

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