Bhakti Mai Mai itibaren Ogibnoye, Nizhegorodskaya oblast', Rusya, 606613
Elinden gelenin en iyisini değil, ama zorlayıcı bir hikaye. Benim için çok fazla arka hikaye.
So the book is as other books I have read for Murakami before: different, abit sad, and also exciting. The problem is, I was left with many unanswered questions concerning his childhood friend, and what was her story all about. I liked the ending, but probably because I am a mother of two, and wouldn't want my husband to leave me for a childhood friend of his, BUT if it wasn't for that, I would have wanted him to run after his dreams, rather than social ties that make him feel strangeled and lost all the time. Mixed feelings, but that's how it usually is with Murakami's books.
The case studies were good, but I couldn't really recommend this book to an ordinary reader. I didn't feel I learned that much from it and the writer's prose style lacked the clarity and logical exposition you expect from a good popular science book.