“Intriguing . . . What’s fun about this book is it doesn’t often speak directly about Murakami but writes around him with the people in the Murakami orbit. As we’re learning what his work means to them, we’re getting a clearer picture of who he is. It’s like painting a portrait solely with the negative space.”
David Karashima’s Who We’re Reading When We’re Reading Murakami is reviewed in The Big Smoke. Read the full review here.