By Haruki Murakami
This wildly propulsive novel by means of the acclaimed writer of A Wild Sheep Chase makes a speciality of a guy trying to find a former lover who vanished mysteriously from a seedy lodge. yet each one new clue to Kiki's whereabouts leads him deeper right into a labryrinth of actual violence and metaphysical dread. "A world-class writer."--Washington put up e-book international
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I lost track of how much, but it was past eleven when she eyed her watch and said she had an early morning. I paid the bill and we stepped outside into flurries of snow. I offered to have my taxi drop her at her place, about ten minutes away. The snow wasn't heavy, but the road was frozen slick. She held on tight to my arm as we walked to the taxi stand. I think she was more than a little inebriated. «You know that expose about how the hotel got built,» I asked as we made our way carefully, «do you still remember the name of the magazine?
Like Gulliver's flying island of Laputa, hanging heavily over the city. Everything seemed cast in gray. Even, in retrospect, my meal—gray. Not a day for good ideas. In the end, I caught a cab and went to a department store downtown. I bought shoes and underwear, spare batteries, a travel toothbrush, nail clippers. I bought a sandwich for a late-night snack and a small flask of brandy. I didn't need any of this stuff, I was just shopping, just killing time. I killed two hours. Then I walked along the major avenues, looking into win-dows, no destination in mind, and when I tired of that, I stepped into a cafe and read some Jack London over coffee.
This one, it seems, is big, real big. I don't know what you've got going there, but I wouldn't get in too deep if I were you. Think of your age and standing, you ought to live out your life more peaceably. » «Gotcha,» I said. He coughed. I took another sip of beer. «About the old Dolphin owner, seems the guy didn't give in until the very last, which brought him a lot of grief. Should've walked 61 right out of there, but he just wouldn't leave. » «He was that type,» I said. » «He got the bad end of the business.
Dance Dance Dance by Haruki Murakami