Sputnik Sweetheart by Haruki Murakami
What I love about Murakami is that he leaves a void in the end as the resolution does not introduce a specific ending. The thing about this book is that the disappearance of a character left the reader with options as to how the guy cope up with that event. Murakami opens the viewer’s eyes into seeing the brighter side of things even though his theme suggests otherwise. I guess that’s Murakami’s charm.
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