Murakami No. 3

I want to read all of Murakami’s novels. I like his style of writing. Of all the books I read from the different authors, Murakami’s writing is what caught my taste.

I can’t do this yet though (reading all of his novels) because I don’t have purchasing power to buy all of his books (I don’t like reading e-books or listening to audio books. E-books make my eyes hurt and audio books make me sleepy).

The books I’ve read from him so far are:

1. Kafka on the Shore

2. The Wind-up Bird Chronicle

3. Norwegian Wood

4. After Dark

5. South of the Border, West of the Sun

6. A Wild Sheep Chase

7. Sputnik Sweetheart

I have a lot yet to read. If I can borrow from friends, it’s fine. I saw Papilord reading Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman and asked him if I can borrow it after he’s done reading it. Anyways, here is the list of Murakami’s books that I still need to read:

1. Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman

2. after the quake

3. The Elephant Vanishes

4. Hard-boiled Wonderland and the End of the World

5. Dance Dance Dance

6. Pinball, 1973*

7. Hear the Wind Sing*

8. Underground

9. What I Talk About When I Talk About Running

10. 1Q84

I need to read all of these books otherwise I cannot catch up. Murakami will surely write more novels as long as he lives. The number of the books I’ve read and the books I haven’t read don’t break even. Ugh.

*I think those books are phased out already and you can’t find them on typical bookstores.


About Tero Diaz

Fresh graduate. Average person. Frustrated writer and lives life the punk-rock way.
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