Dance Dance Dance

Dance Dance Dance

Haruki Murakami

during this propulsive novel, probably the most idiosyncratically marvelous writers at paintings in any language fuses technology fiction, the hard-boiled mystery, and white-hot satire right into a new part of the literary periodic table.

As he searches for a mysteriously vanished female friend, Haruki Murakami's protagonist plunges right into a wind tunnel of sexual violence and metaphysical dread during which he collides with name ladies; performs chaperone to a beautiful teenaged psychic; and gets cryptic directions from a shabby yet oracular Sheep guy. Dance Dance Dance is a stressful, poignant, and infrequently hilarious experience throughout the cultural Cuisinart that's modern Japan, a spot the place every little thing that's not up on the market is up for grabs.

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