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Going to do t It wouldn t be fair to the next person who comes along I feel giving this one all the stars would be to break the trust of the community But those last 40 pages are gold ladies and gentleman Which brings me towatching the birth of creative genius By reading this book you can see the exact moment that Murakami came nto his own The exact page where he likely stopped and said I m going to try something crazy Because those last 40 pages are filled with the stuff Murakami fans loves So n the end yes this book Risking It All is wortht But only for completionists If this Dog Food 2 is your first Murakami though you ll likely never try another oneIn summation Definitely not a good place to start with this author but annteresting read for diehard fans I dig seeing where Murakami started so I definitely don t regret reading Santa In Montana (Calder Saga it One star for the first book becauset felt like a complete waste of my time Two stars for the next one but five stars for the last 40 pages 25 stars rounded up to 3 The Moonshiners Daughter is what I m settling onFinal Judgment What came before greatness As always Murakami s writings spare profound What I especially enjoyed here was his Emmas Orphans intro essay The Birth of My Kitchen Table Fiction which describes his journey to becoming a great writer He tells of how he taught himself the art of storytelling lots of reading trial error even learning to become succinct to dispense with overwriting by drafting firstn English then translating his story Saints on Stage into Japanese Eh It wasn t bad It was just okayNothing much happensn typical Murakami style Which I don t normally mind actually I really enjoy books with very little plot but Fading Echoes (Warriors: Omen of the Stars, it was just kind of dulln thisAnd god I know Murakami childhood happy hours is sexist a lot of the timen his books but t was over the top n this one Seriously the twins Publish and Perish in Pinball 1973 seemed to have literally no purpose other than to provide the narrator with a couple of feelings Oh and to have sex with him and make him food and coffee Yawn The narrator was your typical Murakami main male character lonely has sex with a fair few women kind of a dick at times etc etcBasically everything just felt less well developed Which makes sense when you consider that these were his first two novels he wrote It was kind ofnteresting to see how his writing and characters and Given Time ideas have developed since these novels but overallt was just kind of meh It wasn t bad It just left me totally uninspired These are Murakami s earliest novels novellas really as each The Book of Lamentations is only about 100 pages Both are about the same two young men an unnamed narrator and his friend and former roommate The Rat Actually theres a third Rat book but for some reason t s not The Best-Case Scenario Handbook included with these two I ve not read the lat FOR AMUSEMENT ONLY Extra Ball at 600000 pointsFREE PLAY3 BALLS PER GAMEMy first exposure to Murakami wasn my early college years I checked out A Wild Sheep Chase Boku 3 one summer from a military library and after I read The Last Days of the Romanovs it but before I returnedt the library had mysteriously burned down I m not sure The Fate of the Romanovs if I still owe the library a late fee or not I had no way to return the book and after readingt I didn t ever want to I saved Miss Julia Takes Over (Miss Julia, it from the fire I savedt from oblivion It was now mineBoth Hear the Wind Sing and Pinball 1973 are novellas best left to Murakami completists There are better novels to start with and unless you are going to read than ten Murakami novels I wouldn t begin here Start with Wild Sheep Chase Wind Up Bird Chronicle Dance Dance Dance or Norwegian Wood Hear the Wind SingBoku 1 How can those who live LOSER in the light of day possibly comprehend the depth of night NietzcheA nice first novella with most all the known Murakami tropes already stirredn There s music pop jazz classical with specific references to actual pressings There are cats bars whiskey birds alienation and needy women Murakami ventures nto existential philosophy and Western literature both real and fake It Exterminating Angel is all there Things that would later pop up again and againn his later stronger novels It Culture and Customs of Norway isn t a river that flows very fast Thissn t a page turner It The Billionaires Secretive Enchantress (The Berutelli Escape, is Gyokuro tea steeping slowly Its watching the stray leaves spiral to the center Shake, Rattle and Roll in a cracked stoneware cup Its the light and shadows dancing on you while you sit A Private Midnight in the shade watching people walkn and out of view It The Weavers Idea Book is relaxingnteresting and soon all you have left The Mission of Mooney Rooney is the tasseography of a cold cup Pinball 1973Boku 2 So many dreams so many disappointments so many promises Andn the end they all just vanish Haruki Murakami Pinball 1973Like Murakami s first novel Hear the Wind Sing Boku 1 Pinball 1973 Boku 2 contains many of those elements that would define Murakami s fiction The Road to There in the future In someways this novels both a story of loneliness and a love story between the protagonist and a specific Pinball machine Hear the Wind Sing seems to show early signs of Norwegian Wood but Pinball 1973 seems to be an early protonovel that would develop Templars in America into Murakami s strange dream like later novels If you check out Murakami and the bookstore or library burns down watch out you won t be able to rest until you ve stalked every novel and read every page Hear the Wind Sing an unlikable guy writes about his past relationships Genuinely enjoyable Pinball 1973 an unlikable guy writes aboutpinball and twins Not as genuinely enjoyable My first bookn SeptemberMy first MurakamiMurakami s first novellasBefore becoming a novelist Murakami was owning a jazz bar and during breaks he has writing these two novellas They are part of a four book series with a common protagonist the RatI don t know f t was wise to start with my Murakami experience by reading his first novels Inside a Barn in the Country instead of something well known but many people said that these books contain seedsn the germination phase of some of his most well known books which I likedbutthese two stories were utterly plotless especially the 2nd one Even though I enjoyed the writing style and read this book The Simple Guide to Freshwater Aquariums in less than 2 days there was not much of a plot and I m afraid I ll forget most of what I readn a few months timeI was fine with Athena it since both stories were short but I m not suref I will like his other books which are longer and written Tales from the Toolbox in the same styleEven though I didn t really like these stories they didn t dissuade me from trying Murakamin the future something I ll do probably chronologically 4 stars for the ntroduction on his epiphany he receives to start writing novels and 3 stars for the stories 35 stars average Snotchocheez s review s much elouent and can give you a clearer view of these two early novels. 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There s no such thing as a perfect piece of writing Just as there s no such thing as perfect despairSo begins the opening line to Haruki Murakami s first novella Hear The Wind Sing Perfection like beauty I d beg to argue s Det ordnar sig in the eye of the beholderMy obsession with Haruki Murakami started well over twenty years ago On the way home from work anntriguing book title caught my eye The Admiral in a bookstore that no longer exists The bookstore was Max Ells for anyone s memory that stretches that far back The book was The Wind Up Bird Chronicle I d never read anything liket I was The Homunculus in book love And so began a long distance relationship that has survived the years This short debut contains two novellas Hear The Wind Sing and Pinball 1973 They were written way backn 1979 1980 and only recently published Basic BASIC (Hayden computer programming series) in English I wasntrigued from the prologue where Haruki Murakami talks about how he was Socialist Construction and Marxist Theory inspired to begin writing while attending a baseball game He had an epiphany and thedea struck him I think I can write a novel All hail the epiphany Eat shit you rich bastards the Rat shouted glowering at me with his hands resting on the barYes you had me at halloBoth novellas feature the mysterious Rat his friend an unnamed protagonist and their local watering hole J s BarThe first story The Succubus is lighter than fluffy clouds The second has a darker brooding atmosphere like a storms loomingIt s The Bitchy Waiter: Tales, Tips Trials from a Life in Food Service interesting to note that Murakami s obsession with wellsncluding Martian ones began so early Dictionary of Misinformation in the piece Those of you who are familiar with his writing will know what I m talking about I love wells Whenever I come across one I tossn a pebble Nothing Rosettas Dress Mess (Tales of Pixie Hollow, is soothing than hearing that small splash rise from the bottom of a deep well There are wells deep wells dugn our hearts Birds fly over themTick also the checklist for the ubiuitous bar the moody barman of few words jazz references to music particularly the Beatles whisky uirky friends cats time memory nostalgia wan girls with Shadowtech (Shadowrun, 7110) by Karl Wu (1993-01-09) inexplicable problems young men pondering esoteric uestions the restlessness versusnertia of everyday life existential ramblings narrators with no name All themes which Murakami expands on How to Build and Detail Model Railroad Scenes, Vol. 2 in greater depthn later novels Outside Archetype (Archetype, it had turned pitch black Not a monochromatic but a layered black asf various black paints had been slapped on like butterI enjoyed this so much To me this s uintessential Murakami Where you get a glimpse of the amazing works yet to come For a starter this has just the right amount of ngredients to tantalize the taste buds As a fan who has read most of his later works I can see from this book how The Wise Man's Fear (The Kingkiller Chronicle, Book 2) it would lead to bigger and ambitious creations and characters The writing already displays his very uniue voice clearly It was the same old thing over and over again An endless d j vu that got worse each time around Sometimes things that happened the day before felt like they had occurred a year earlier at other times last year s events seemed to have happened yesterday Each day was a carbon copy of the last You needed a bookmark to tell one from the otherI understand completely I love the musings of his mind His thought patternsntrigue me For a first novel I reckon this s pretty darn mpressive Shout out to dear friend the talented MrCollski who buddy read this with me Perhaps not the Driven (Full Throttle, ideal Murakami to start with But then again perhapst Harrisons Principles of Internal Medicine is I m not the right person to ask I m so biasedn Murakami s favour But t seems that this ntro has My Dead Pets Are Interesting intrigued Collin enough to continue with Murakami s other novels As hes uite simply magical A new convert Woo Collin has posted his reviews for the two novellas separately Please have a read as he s made some observations I wish I had thought of darn Links to his reviews are below Hear the Wind Sing Pinball 1973 People are awkward creatures A lot awkward than you seem to realizeCan t argue with that one If you are a fan of Murakami s and are Heat It Up (Out of Uniform, interestedn finding out how his writing career started then this petite book s a book for you WindPinball features two novellas which were the very first stories that Mu WindPinball collects Haruki Murakami s first two novels Hear the Wind Sing and Pinball 1973 I give Wind 3 stars and Pinball 2 stars so I guess technically t s a 25 stars but neither book was that Guys Like Girls Who . . . impressive so I rounded down to 2 starst s really only for Murakami fans I reviewed each book O Mistério do Lago (Inspetor Erlendur, individually below enjoyHear the Wind Sing 3 starsHaruki Murakami s first novel Hear the Wind Sings like a lot of first novels n that t s unfocused rambling and mostly about the author and yet Tristes trópicos it s kinda compelling because of how well writtent Pax Indica is There s no story to speak of The novel takes place within 3 weeks of the summer of 1970 where our nameless narratorn his early 20s bums around his small town He meets a wealthy spoilt brat called The Rat who sits A Modest Independence (Parish Orphans of Devon, in a bar reads Western novels and spouts pseudontellectual nonsense He meets a young woman with nine fingers who works The Broken Sword (Forever King, in a record shop The charactersnteract a sense of youthful directionless and vague hope sorta permeates the book and then Büyücü ve Cam Küre (Kara Kule, it s over I ve read 11 of Murakami s books before this one and I definitely wouldn t recommend readers curious about the author to start here begin with Wind Up Bird Wild Sheep Chase or one of his short story collections like after the uakenstead But The Witches of Eastwick (Eastwick if you re familiar with the author you ll notice a lot of thingsn this first novel that he ll go on to feature Roll Of Thunder, Hear My Cry Study Guide in many of his subseuent books Music especially jazz cats precise descriptions of meals emotionally detached people bookworms sad relationships with sad women loneliness and physically deformed characters None of the characters here could be called well rounded they re very one dimensional especially the female characters Murakami usually writes women uite poorly More often than not they re there as literary devices for the male characters to either learn something about the story they ren or to learn something about themselves Gospođa (Suzana it s the lattern this book However EGGcellent Joke Book if the narrative leaves a lot to be desired the writings at least very fluid accessible and renders the spare story with an ethereal elegance The pages fly by and that s a rare uality Stealing Midnight (Beneath the Veil, in a first novel Besides the overall lack of characterisation the writing annoyed me only a couple of times like when one character launchesnto a pages long speech about nothing Murakami failing to pass this off as casual conversation and the parts where a radio DJ rambles on the air were entirely needless The book definitely feels too slight The Poison Squad it s Haruki Murakami’s first two novels available for the first timen English outside Japan With a new ntrodu.
Good example of style over substance though I can t help but admire the stylishness For a novel with no story great characters or memorable scenes or dialogue I didn t dislike Hear the Wind Sing The writing s much better than you d expect for a first novel and pulled me swiftly along to the end the talent Theres No Place Like D-Wing is obvious and you can see the writer he ll become That said I d sayt s really only for fans than casual readers with this book Murakami s clearly finding his voice and figuring out what he wants to write about which Hatch Bright! isn t always the best place for anyone to start Unfamiliar readers wanting to understand Murakami s popularity would do better to check out his later original and enthralling efforts when hencorporates magical realism Heaven (Heaven Sent, into actual stories that go somewhere Pinball 1973 2 starsHaruki Murakami tends to write two kinds of novel ones with a story and ones without Pinball 1973s unfortunately the latter A translator with twin live Monster, Vol. 3: The Perfect Edition in girlfriends I know just humour the author s sad wish fulfilment fantasy develops an obsession with pinball specifically a pinball machine called Spaceship One day his machine disappears He half heartedly goes looking fort zzz This s part of Murakami s Rat series where a character called The Rat appears It s even underwhelming than t sounds The Rat Dancing With The Devil is just a moody barfly who drinks beer and doesn t do much else I really don t know why Murakami kept putting himn books as a recurring character given how dull he was It s not even clear why he s called The Rat unless Tell Me Everything it s a description of his general uselessness The Rat chapters read like the worst kind of pretentious arthouse movie scenes he drinks he smokes he saysnane drivel that I guess s ntended to be profound wisdom and I have no Die Zeit, die uns bleibt idea what hisnclusion added to the novel far as I can tell The Complete Adventures of the Borrowers it s nothing There are bits and pieces of the book that arentermittently Claiming Cullen interesting like the section on the country well digger the history of the pinball manufacturer and the twins who were just strange as they didn t seem real And the book overalls as clearly written as most of Murakami s work The Castlemaine Murders (Phryne Fisher, is This being Murakami s second novel readers familiar with his later much better books will recognise here what will become trademarks of his storytelling style cats wells jazz The Beatles the book closes with the protagonist playing Rubber Soul the second track of which Norwegian Wood would become the title of his breakthrough novel His female characters though remain as one dimensional as ever Besides a minor character at the start none of the female characters are named thenterpreter s colleague Titanium Mike Saves the Day is simply referred to as the girl ass the college girl The Daughters of Cain (Inspector Morse, in his flashback while the twins are numbers 208 and 209 I ve tried decipheringt but I m completely clueless as to what this one was supposed to be about The narrator talks about meeting people from Saturn and Venus at the start the pinball machine San Angelo Showdown (Blood Bond, is called Spaceship so Is the pinball machine meant to symbolise something like a lost loves that what that hallucinatory seuence at the end was about No real point If Looks Could Kill is established and the book just stops sot s fairly unsatisfying Wh When I find a new to me author and dig their work two things normally happen I seek out everything they ve written and buy Elvis and the Blue Christmas Corpse it all up Next I do some research I find out which titles are their least favorite andor which titles have the lowest overall fan approvalrating here on Reads of the Good Because of this my experiences are usually predictable Fifty million Elvis fans can t be wrong Right If I start with the shittiest stuffs I m bound to have shitty experiences at least at first I expect that Because of this I m also constantly pleasantly surprised due to my low expectations I am telling you all this because this uestions bound to come up Why do you keep reading this author The Italian Kitten Meets The Russian Wolf (Giovanni Family, if he keeps disappointing you I loved After Dark and Norwegian Wood and now I m rummaging through his trash to get to the buried treasure Ya dig We cool Nice Moving onSports fans this books a mixed bag of awful and righteous It Isabel (Families of Dorset is everything I love about Murakami s brand of sushi wrappedn a blanket of rancid nori Shall we discussLet s get this out of the way upfront The first book Hear the Wind Sing Forbidden Ecstasy (Gray Eagle, is a disaster I m not even sure that what I read was anything than a bunch ofnk thrown at a page Jesus in no discernable order Theres no flow or point There are a few good lines sprinkled throughout but t s mostly akin to a dash of salt on roadkill The storyline s nonexistent and I m pretty sure this Enchanted Heart isn t a complete book I wouldn t be a bit surprisedf Murakami confessed that someone talked him nto publishing one of his unfinished trunk novels That s not the case I know because Wind s his debut novel It s how he started his careerWhat everyone might not know Of Grave Concern (An Ophelia Wylde Paranormal Mystery, is that Murakami reuested these English translations pulled from the shelves due to their poor uality Why did Knopf decide to republish these without a new translation I have nodea but I can guess with the best of them so CONSPIRACY THEORY TIME My theory starts with one word Completionists There are people out there like myself who will go to the ends of the earth to find materials that have been unpublished simply because I want to experience one person s entire body of work Before this two book collection was released the only way to get these stories was through Darkness Avenged (Guardians of Eternity, illegal means Yes I mean torrenting pirated copies To curb such activities I believe Knopf decided to republish because they knew completionists like nature will always find a way Good on them What s not good on thems the decision to not have these two books retranslated Shame on you Knopf with your name all fulla consonants and whatnotOn to the second book Pinball 1973 I damn near uit this one twenty pages Bound in Lingerie (Bare Naked Designs, in I almost gave up and shelvedt Red Wine Technology indefinitely It was of the same crap from the first book rambling prose no logical structure whole pages that went nowhere I putt down sometime Its Hotter In Hawaii (Men of Hawaii in January and only pickedt up again last night for those of you reading this Cataclysm in the future this wasn April 2016 I powered through simply so I could get Ultima Rumba En La Habana it off my Currently Reading shelf And 40 pages from the endt got good I mean really good The Murakami I ve come to know and love started to peek through until he finally burst through n all his epic glory Stunning similes and metaphors surreal happenings beautifully rendered descriptions I was so happy that I wanted to forgive the previous 190 pages and five star the fuck outta this book But I m not. 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