I read Kafka on the Shore recently and honestly liked it. As with Haruki Murakami books, I'm sure some found it to be boring, but it was honestly quite the opposite for me. There isn't a clear plot in it, however, and the book doesn't really answer many of the questions it proposes, which is something to be warned about if you dislike books like that.
Yea, I've heard that Murakami is an author that you either love or hate. Im used to read books with a somewhat clear plot and a conclusive ending. Im reading Norwegian Wood right now, and although I've only read 29 out of 282 pages I seem to like it. Murakami is a good writer and I started to read his book slowly in order to appreciate everything. Im usually a fast reader.
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