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‘Hanalei Bay’ by Haruki Murakami April 22, 2006

Posted by ayasawada in Books.
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Guardian Unlimited Books | Review | The concluding part of Hanalei Bay by Haruki Murakami

A new Murakami short story, Hanalei Bay, was serialised in The Guardian, as advertising for his new compilation Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman. First part can be found here. To be honest, I was pretty disappointed. I know he’s trying to say something about accepting the hand life deals you, but to me it meanders without really going anywhere. Still, a new collection of Murakami short stories is nothing to be sniffed at. The Elephant Vanishes was fabulous, so I’m very tempted. Must…wait…for…paperback!


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