by Haruki Murakami
Knopf Publishing Group
Genre: Literary fiction
In just a few days, I devoured this new 680 page novel by Murakami, and I’m still a bit stunned by its beauty, and disappointed I’m done. So far, I kept saying 1Q84 was my favorite by him, but now Killing Commendatore replaces the top place in my chart.
There’s something in Murakami‘s writing (or I should say, in his translator’s, kudos to Philip Gabriel!) that I have not find in any other writer to that extent: I will call it a flow.