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Sputnik Sweetheart – A Book About Self-Discovery and Loneliness SPUTNIK Sweetheart by Haruki Murakami

“A story is not something of this world. A real story requires a kind of magical baptism to link the world in this side with the world on the other side.”  Linking two sides, while allowing them to keep their essence: this is the major theme of Sputnik, another beautiful book by Murakami. Out of […]

A master blend of realism and (futuristic?) fiction Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

This is the second novel that I have read from Ishiguro, and I must confess that I liked it even more than “The Remains of the Day”. “Never Let Me Go” is a beautiful, classy and yet, a sad blend of realism and fiction, which raises ethical dilemmas and questions on what it means to […]

A Story of the Living, the Dead and Those in Between Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami

‘Kafka on the Shore’ is full of metaphors about life, memories, our consciousness, our super ego. Where does morality begin: in our thoughts, dreams? Is it from this stage that our responsibility starts? What about memories? It feels like they give us substance, warm us up, give us the chance to project a future. Would […]

A Love Journey of Resilience and Imagination All the light We Cannot See by Anthony Doer

Reading in Corona times….one of the positive things that has been granted to me these days, while staying at home, has been time: time to continue with projects I had started and never finished, time to read. As I finished reading “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doer,  the feelings of melancholy, romanticism, […]