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This is one crazy read. Reading this book was like watching someone take on sketching something simple without taking the pen off the sketch at any point... and then the artist forgets what s/he was drawing and continues on and on weaving intricate webs of design, nondesign and finally chaos. This chaos doesnt unravel, doesnt come undone. I kept at it to find some semblance of method in the madness that was this story but my thirst was unquenched yet I was not thirsty anymore. 
I think I have ceased to make sense myself. 
The lead character is the most complex mix of character that I have ever encountered. 
I started Murakami with 1Q84 which was equally crazy yet clearer in the madness. Wind-Up Bird has so many characters with so many personalities or serious lack of personality that it was incredibly complex to understand and grasp their role in the lead character's life. 
I think I am done with Murakami for a while.


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    I get lost in books and live their lives until I turn the last page. I ponder a while, carry the laughter, shed a few tears and sigh. Then the thirst for more arises. 


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