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  • Publisher‏:‎ Knopf (December 2, 2014)
  • Publication date‏:‎ December 2, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 77511 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 89 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

The Strange Library

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  1. There are constant parallels to the House of Leaves by Mark Z Danielewski 2000 This book by Murakami was published in 2014 so I have no doubt but to wonder suspect if he were either extremely inspired by the original, or actually took upon himself to copy almost every aspect of the original but dumb it down to a child s reading level in hopes that no one notices I HIGHLY recommend reading House of Leaves , the original novel of this knockoff If I had never read House of Leaves, I would have foun [...]


  2. If all they did was lend out knowledge for free, what would the payoff be for them But that doesn t give them the right to saw off the tops of people s heads and eat their brains Don t you think that s going a bit too far If you haven t ever read a story by Murakami before, he s odd Very odd I m trying my best to review this without giving away any spoilers at all for those who just want to read the story and for those who like to dig for the deeper meanings.That being said, The Strange Library [...]


  3. The Strange Library by Haruki Murakami is an illustrated novelette with emphasis on the ette it s really just the 1982 short story, Toshokan kitan translated into English it hasn t appeared in any of Murakami s English language short story collections with illustrations by Chip Kidd It is of interest to careful Murakami readers because it has references to other Murakami works The Sheep Man makes an appearance, and one cannot help but notice the other worldliness of The Strange Library in compar [...]


  4. This short and sweet little book it is quite short, hardly 100 pages, a very quick and easy read is the epitome of what makes Murakami s work enjoyable An average, slightly dorky protagonist enters a dream like world that blurs the lines of fantasy and reality.This bite sized work is great for a Murakami fan looking to devour of his work, or for a new reader to get a taste of Murakami s world but it definitely isn t as in depth or satisfying as some of his better known works Kafka on the Shore, [...]


  5. It s Murakami, and if you ve read him before you know what to expect Wit and magical realism presented in a deceivingly unassuming manner Sometimes, maybe many times, where he takes you does not make sense, but then it doesn t need to and the trip is worth the time.


  6. Thoughts and Feelings Well clearly I couldn t write a synopsis better than that This was my second Murakami after the epic 1Q84, it was so different I loved this little barely novella It had the feeling of a fairy tale in both style and substance It was so delightful and charming while at the same time being creepy and weird Fantastic Who s Going to Like it Hard core Murakami fans, obviously Also anyone looking for a little bit of magical, creepy, weirdness.


  7. Haruki Murakami is ever inventive in his prose, but as his poetic cadence combines with the concepts of graphic imagery, it brings even light to the subtext of the story The Strange Library is both delightful and surprising, and is highly recommended, as both the digital and the actual paper versions.


  8. This snappy little tome started innocently enough then just got curiouser curiouser A labyrinth of tunnels underneath the municipal library make for a tumble down a rabbit hole where our youthful hero is met by a jailer in sheep s clothing rather than the Cheshire Cat As is often the case in such stories, it doesn t make any sense until it does By then it s too late you ve surrendered to Murakami s prose playfulness read the book in one setting And then you think talk about it for awhile Added b [...]


  9. Insanely stunning The illustrations glow and surprise and delight The quality of the pages and the attention to detail cannot be topped I m on a murakami discovery journey and can t wait to read Dream like story telling, the characters come to life and feel real in some fantastic scenarios, this allows the reader to trust and believe in the protagonists plight and over to care.


  10. This is one of my favourite stories but Murakami albeit a short novel If you have read any of his stories then you will feel at home reading it.If you are new then you will have to have an open mind.I let my 10 year old son read it,it was his first Murakami novel and probably most appropriate for his age.Ill even lend it to my partner and believe she will like it.If you love Murakamis books i recommend this, if your new or want a quirky story i would jump in.Delivery was very quick, quality exce [...]