Wind/Pinball is a compilation of Haruki Murakami’s first two novellas that were written in 1973, “Hear the Wind Sing” and “Pinball”, but has only recently been publicized widely. And I must say this is now, by far, my favorite Murakami of all time.
Can you imagine witnessing a plane crash right in the middle of your neighborhood? What about two plane crashes? […]
As mentioned in my previous post, after reading The Girl on the Train, I grabbed as many thrillers as I could to fill my reading list. Among them was Jessica Knoll’s Luckiest Girl Alive, which is rumored to become a movie very soon.
Boy, what a fun summer read. Truthfully, I read this in February and the cold gloomy darkness really added value […]
2015 Pulitzer-winning Antony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See begins with a blind girl and her father living in […]
Have you read this yet?? I think I’m late in the game but what a refreshingly amusing, sweet book! Graeme Simsion’s The Rosie Project is not just another lame love story but a humorously clever one that got me laughing out loud and nodding to parts that I genuinely could relate to.