Reading a Haruki Murakami book is a lot like entering a local cafe not for the hot espresso or the usual latte they sell but mostly for the ambiance of the place.

the way the barista smiles at you. the scent of the beans slowly roasting. the gentle constant sound of computer keys from the stranger sitting next you. the waft of cheap perfume. the occasional laughter.

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    1. Thank you for your comment. I really appreciate it! Murakami is actually one of my favorite writers. I guess most times, I like books for how they are written or how the words are woven to bring out a feeling. 😀

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