Killing Commendatore

I’ve finished reading.

Oh, what’s the best way of putting it? Well anyway, it’s the same as ever. There’s a uniqueness to the way each has been carefully arranged. Though would it still be his work if the they weren’t a set?

The quality of writing is guaranteed as always, and although the driving force of part one is as the reader would expect, the theme itself has been repeated in his work over recent years. It’s also littered as always with elements reminiscent of Murakami’s previous books, and some characters are also borrowed from his favorite most well-known works. I like these as well but would prefer to read a completely new novel and something I’ve never read before.

But still, this is a piece of work that he could write.


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