Book Review: Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami


Haruki Murakami is, as I’ve probably mentioned before, one of my favorite authors. I am always so intrigued by his surreal story lines stringed together with a cast of disturbed and troubled characters. Whenever I recommend Haruki Murakami to my friends I always mention that if I were to describe his books to them, I’ll only sound like a mad woman because of the weird plots (a man in a sheep costume urging you to dance in Dance, Dance, Dance as an example) and will never do him justice. They need to read his works for themselves to understand. Only Murakami can make something so weird be read as beautiful. Hear the Wind Sing is his first ever novel and it has been amazing to see where and how he started.

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Book Review: Fight Club by Chuck Palahnuik


Fight Club has been on my list for years but I could never find a copy cheap enough. Palahniuk books are always so expensive! A few weeks ago I stumbled upon a link that provided e-book collections of Palahniuk (and Haruki Murakami, among other authors!!!) and I just couldn’t help myself! So, I read Fight Club first it has been a roller coaster ride. Here’s to me breaking the first and second rule!

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child


Since they announced the continuation of the series, fans all over the world rejoiced. Until, of course, further details confirmed it as to be a play performed only in England. Everyone who wasn’t in or near England expressed their dismay until the production and organization that put Harry Potter and the Cursed Child together finally gave in to the fans’ wishes to publish the script into a book. It took a few months for me to get my hands on this since it was always sold out. Once I finally got it, it took me about 5 months to finish because I was just so scared for it to end all over again.

Warning: Spoilers ahead!

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