Reading Haruki Murakami is like falling into something, a slumber, it may be, or a rabbit hole. Murakami's prose is light as air; it doesn't let on how deep you are going, not only into the trance of reading, but into the knotty matters that Murakami ultimately concerns himself with: the will to power, the acceptance of death, the ethical burden imposed upon us by the presence of... More >>>