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BOOK REVIEW: Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami
Author:   Haruki Murakami Country:  Japan # of pages:  296 Year:  1987 Norwegian Wood is so beautiful that the minute I closed the book, a deluge of conflicting emotions swelled inside me, overwhelming me with feelings and thoughts that only a great piece o...
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Today, my dad asked me something that surprised me so much I had to make him repeat what he said. Never in my whole life was I asked such a question (from my parents), and it brought a deluge of nostalgia and longing inside me that I thought I was gonna cry...
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I grew up and got duped into living how society wants me to live. And after years of wasting valuable time, I am just starting to open my eyes and realize how wrong I was. That this kind of “living” is not really living. At least not for me. The moment I forgot about my dreams, let my creative juices dry up to the last drop, the moment I decided to be a mechanized adult, was the moment I stopped living.

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I grew up and got duped into living how society wants me to live. And after years of wasting valuable time, I am just starting to open my eyes and realize how wrong I was. That this kind of “living” is not really living. At least not for me. The moment I forgot about my dreams, let my creative juices dry up to the last drop, the moment I decided to be a mechanized adult, was the moment I stopped living.

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http://lucresiastrange.blogspot.com/2016/01/is-that-hat.html

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I grew up and got duped into living how society wants me to live. And after years of wasting valuable time, I am just starting to open my eyes and realize how wrong I was. That this kind of “living” is not really living. At least not for me. The moment I forgot about my dreams, let my creative juices dry up to the last drop, the moment I decided to be a mechanized adult, was the moment I stopped living.

Full post:
http://lucresiastrange.blogspot.com/2016/01/is-that-hat.html

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Is That a Hat?
Today, my dad asked me something that surprised me so much I had to make him repeat what he said. Never in my whole life was I asked such a question (from my parents), and it brought a deluge of nostalgia and longing inside me that I thought I was gonna cry...
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A spoiler-free review of Murakami's Norwegian Wood.

Click the link for full review: 
http://strangereview.blogspot.com/2015/11/book-review-norwegian-wood-1987.html

"I love it.

I love that it teared me apart and then patched me right back up and destroyed me all over again.

I love Midori. I connected with her the most. Without her, I wouldn't even bother writing a review, it just wouldn't be worth it. Midori symbolizes everything that is beautiful in this life. That even when you long for death, even when your soul have died several times and you go through the motions waiting for that sweet moment of release from this world, you see things that makes life worth living. A beautiful sunset, a strong cup of coffee, a great book, deep conversations, wind in your face, fresh sheets etc. That's Midori. She reminds you that despite the bad in this life, there's also good in it. And you only need to live day by day, be honest and brave, and just feel. Suck it up and feel."

What other Murakami books would you recommend?

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A spoiler-free review of Murakami's Norwegian Wood.

Click the link for full review: 
http://strangereview.blogspot.com/2015/11/book-review-norwegian-wood-1987.html

"I love it.

I love that it teared me apart and then patched me right back up and destroyed me all over again.

I love Midori. I connected with her the most. Without her, I wouldn't even bother writing a review, it just wouldn't be worth it. Midori symbolizes everything that is beautiful in this life. That even when you long for death, even when your soul have died several times and you go through the motions waiting for that sweet moment of release from this world, you see things that makes life worth living. A beautiful sunset, a strong cup of coffee, a great book, deep conversations, wind in your face, fresh sheets etc. That's Midori. She reminds you that despite the bad in this life, there's also good in it. And you only need to live day by day, be honest and brave, and just feel. Suck it up and feel."

What other Murakami books would you recommend?

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A spoiler-free review of Murakami's Norwegian Wood.

Click the link for full review: 
http://strangereview.blogspot.com/2015/11/book-review-norwegian-wood-1987.html

"I love it.

I love that it teared me apart and then patched me right back up and destroyed me all over again.

I love Midori. I connected with her the most. Without her, I wouldn't even bother writing a review, it just wouldn't be worth it. Midori symbolizes everything that is beautiful in this life. That even when you long for death, even when your soul have died several times and you go through the motions waiting for that sweet moment of release from this world, you see things that makes life worth living. A beautiful sunset, a strong cup of coffee, a great book, deep conversations, wind in your face, fresh sheets etc. That's Midori. She reminds you that despite the bad in this life, there's also good in it. And you only need to live day by day, be honest and brave, and just feel. Suck it up and feel."

What other Murakami books would you recommend?
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