A review by bkish
First Person Singular, by Haruki Murakami


This ispure Murakami. He has a brilliant mind of an explorer, its a mix of sheer fantasy and true reality, its all encased in his confusing lightness. Confusing not confused, there is sometimes a tragedy that he knows is tragic, yet through it all he is there involved yet distant an observer who is there. And since Murakami is actually the teller of each story of his real or imagined experience he brings us the readers his love and knowledge of music and baseball and his identification as an older japanese man......

Judy g