It’s been a while since I last read a book as touching as this one. Anthony Doerr masterfully tells the story in short chapters - no longer than five pages each - flowing with detail. I found myself too emotional to flip a page at times, but I always did to answer my urgent question, “Then what … Continue reading Book Review: “All the Light We Cannot See”
Just finished a book by another Japanese writer, this one with young people set in the more recent years. I was actually reading another book of speeches, but it was left behind when I moved so I can't finish it yet. Banana Yoshimoto's style is contemplative and fresh. If you like Murakami, most likely you'll … Continue reading Book Review: “Kitchen” (and “Moonlight Shadow”), Banana Yoshimoto
I'm starting a new routine of writing a review on every book I've finished. So far I've produced 2 reviews. Here's one on a small compilation of a 'Japanese modernist writer' Ryunosuke Akutagawa's pieces, written with a sangfroid: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1263146206.