Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman 

A collection worth finishing in one go. 🙂 
Anyone had read it before?  


5 thoughts on “Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman 

    1. It’s a collection of Haruki Murakami’s early work. It’s definitely a worthy read for those who like to analyze the situation metaphorically as the stories often transit from physical existence to a higher state. (eg: ghost, illusions, or the instability of one’s mind).

      Each story isn’t that long, so it’s definitely something you’d carry around to kill time. 🙂

      If you’re familiar with Haruki Murakami’s work, this should be familiar.

      Hope you’d consider it

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