[Reading] ➿ 色彩を持たない多崎つくると、彼の巡礼の年 [Shikisai o motanai Tazaki Tsukuru to, kare no junrei no toshi] ➶ Haruki Murakami – Writerscompany.co.uk

色彩を持たない多崎つくると、彼の巡礼の年 [Shikisai o motanai Tazaki Tsukuru to, kare no junrei no toshi] A New York Times And Washington Post Notable Book, And One Of The Financial Times, St Louis Post Dispatch, Slate, Mother Jones, The Daily Beast, And BookPage S Best Books Of The YearAn Instant 1 New York Times Bestseller, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki And His Years Of Pilgrimage Is The Remarkable Story Of A Young Man Haunted By A Great Loss Of Dreams And Nightmares That Have Unintended Consequences For The World Around Us And Of A Journey Into The Past That Is Necessary To Mend The Present Here Haruki Murakami One Of The Most Revered Voices In Literature Today Gives Us A Story Of Love, Friend Ship, And Heartbreak For The Ages.

10 thoughts on “色彩を持たない多崎つくると、彼の巡礼の年 [Shikisai o motanai Tazaki Tsukuru to, kare no junrei no toshi]

  1. says:

    The phone rang as I was slicing potatoes for a massuman curry one afternoon whist listening to Gershwin s Rhapsody in Blue I didn t particularly want to answer the phone as it was likely to be a telemarketer, but it could be someone phoning about possible work So how is it so far asked a woman s voice on the other end.Our phone line is terrible, bu

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    I wish I could tell you this book is about gregarious men, women who are than their boobs and their stupid advice, disdain for train stations, vivacious characters, solvable mysteries Hell, I wish I could tell you it s about unicorns, shoguns and samurai clans, aliens, post apocalyptic Japan, killer penguins or the Russian tundra Anything other than the old

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    To me, Murakami s books are like ice cream Many people will claim that it s just of the same, and in a way they are right But I am not complaining, because it s just of the same delicious, luscious thing Also, while a too large bowl of ice cream can cause stomach troubles maybe like The Wind Up Bird Chronicles , this time Murakami limits himself to a nice amount of

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    This is easily one of the saddest books I have ever read I found it extremely difficult to read in places I know what it is to lose friends, to have people randomly walk out of your life as if you never existed it s not a nice feeling after years of friendship.For Tsukuru its four friends and they all exit at once He gets a phone call from one of them informing him that the gro

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    Source of the original image here.No bingo this time.I ve had an awfully hard time trying to write a review for this one When I try to write an honest review, non professional that I am, I try to write something that s 1 substantive than what the back blurb would say, and 2 something which would help myself or any other reader distinguish this from anything else the author has written I

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    Note there s a big spoiler in this review, but I m going to mark it so you should be able to skip it I wanted to like this book I ordered it after reading the description in the German preview, and I could hardly wait The plot sounded intriguing, and this was going to be the first real novel I was going to read in Japanese, and it was by an author whose works I mostly enjoyed until then This was g

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    From Young Adult to MatureMany of Murakami s novels deal with the transition from adolescence to adulthood This probably accounts for their amazing popularity, especially with young Japanese readers However, you have to wonder whether Murakami can continually plough the fields of this subject matter at his age, without losing his youthful audience As at the date of publication of this novel, he is aged 65,

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    Life can only be understood backwards but it must be lived forwards. S ren KierkegaardIt is a shame that we cannot relive the past, only merely recreate it We bear the scars of events we can only comprehend in retrospect, but must rely on flawed memory and biased examinations of what truly came to pass Internationally acclaimed novelist Haruki Murakami s 2014 novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years

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    You can hide memories, but you can t erase the history that produced them Haruki Murakami, Colorless Tsukuru TazakiA slow soak in a bath of music, color, friends, loneliness, philosophy, creation and death Murakami is a genius at writing with emotions swirling beneath the text He gets the importance of the notes AND the silence of prose of the unsaid, dreamy place that is both recognized and strange.This isn t his mo

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    Tsukuru Tazaki s life looks like it s going well, but he s emotionally stuck He s located the place in the past where this has happened, a time when close friends inexplicably banish him from their group, but 16 years later he still doesn t know why What follows is a compelling idiosyncratic odyssey in search of answers and identity Murakami s novel is a meditation on moving forward and coming to terms with a past whi...

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