Hello people! I am back with a new blog. It’s been a long time and to be honest I don’t know what to write or do, my writer’s block is getting worse and I am trying to find as many ideas as possible but it’s just so hard to think of something. I am going to be posting reviews only for a few days. Until I get my brain back in its normal state. So on this note, let’s start with this review, shall we??
Author: Haruki Murakami.
Publisher: Harvill Secker.
Genre: Contemporary Fiction.
Pages: 48 pages.
Time: 30 minutes.
Publishing / Published: 15 February 2019.
She waited on tables as usual that day, her twentieth birthday. She always worked Fridays, but if things had gone according to plan on that particular Friday, she would have had the night off.
One rainy Tokyo night, a waitress’s uneventful twentieth birthday takes a strange and fateful turn when she’s asked to deliver dinner to the restaurant’s reclusive owner.
Amazon: 💙4.5/5 Stars💙.
Goodreads: 💙3.6/5 Stars💙.Taken from their respective sources.
This book was such a short and sweet book. I loved it. The story was about a girl who was a waitress at a nice cafe where the owner lived in an apartment above, all isolated. While working on her birthday, she is given the task to serve the owner food in his apartment. Then the story unfolds beautifully.
I have never read a Murakami book. This was my first one. I can’t believe how good it was. The writing was so simple yet so unique. The entire story was carved and presented in the best manner possible. The mood of the book was so light and nice. It was the perfect read for me. The ending was beautiful. It was an ending with a thousand possibilities and it was left to the reader to use their intelligence and find it. I am so glad to have read this book. I have more Murakami books in my TBR. Hope to read them soon too.
So that’s it for people, I am coming up with some new blog ideas, so let’s see what I post first. Hope to see you all healthy and happy. Until then…
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