3 quotes have been tagged as sputnik-ljubav: Haruki Murakami: ‘Pa, kakvo to iskustvo može da ima pisac bez strasti? To ti je kao kuvar bez apetita.’, Har. Sputnik Sweetheart has ratings and reviews. Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami The Wind-Up Bird. da ima pisac bez strasti? To ti je kao kuvar bez apetita.” ― Haruki Murakami, Sputnik Sweetheart. tags: haruki-murakami, sputnik-ljubav, sputnik-sweetheart.
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I have an important announcement: Anyone who enjoys Murakami’s special brand of genius. A very important thing happened while I was reading this book. We may have friends to keep us company along the way, but what purpose do they really serve? I’m going to sleep and dream on this one tonight and write the review tomorrow. I toss it into the air like a boomerang. Either large sections are entirely metaphorical, or we’ve got some heavy unreliable narrator action going on.
I’ll admit it; I don’t really know harhki Sputnik Sweetheart is about. Want to Read saving…. Wakefulness always comes to take me back. The only answer he gets, however, is from her answering machine.
It is probably the most difficult to interpret among the others I’ve read so far that is all except three or four. Perhaps this is the reason that this is one of the few books I can read in Japanese. This transformation however gives rise to other more serious problems, until one day Sumire mysteriously disappears and in her wake, strange truthes begin to disturb the surface of everyone’s past. This book is nothing short of a masterpiece and I am just blown away after finishing this book that took me on one deep journey.
This haaruki always made me smile. Anyone who will respond to heart ache with a tale about how someone spuynik has it worse my ex EXcelled at this like that means you should shut up. It’s enough to make me ask the question: Sputnik Sweetheart is a novel of what could have been, what might have been, where worlds overlap, and love can never quite be divorced from lust.
Will I write this book review again?
Preview — Sputnik Sweetheart by Haruki Murakami. I wonder what it would be like to translate words into finger touches. The book ends with the theme of The Telephone, which appears in numerous books by Murakami, usually when telephoning from a far-away place, whose location is unclear.
Nov 25, Daniel Clausen rated it it was amazing Shelves: However, Sumire is in love with her boss, a year old married businesswoman, Miu. We have pretty much the good old elements as always. Sumira meets Miu, a successful business woman, at a wedding and falls in love with her. You know what Harhki really hate more than just about anything?
Miu is very pleased to have K around, but worries that Sumire may have committed suicide; K reassures her that Sumire isn’t that sort of person. Sumira was named after a character in a Mozart song, a beautiful song with what Samira felt were ugly lyrics.
It contains long passages of bland thoughts and descriptions, and I was starting to think that I had grown away from Haruki Murakami and his story-telling which I used to absolutely love I have read quite a lot of his novels through the years. To ask other readers questions about Sputnik Sweetheartplease sign up.
However, halfway through the novel I encountered what was to become one of my favourite literary scenes it contains a ferris wheeland from This turned out to be quite an interesting read. View all 6 comments. His work has been described as ‘easily accessible, yet profoundly complex’.
For a Murakami book, 3 stars means it’s more than just good whereas for others it means mediocre to just good. Views Read Edit View history. But not for the poor beetles. Nicht mein liebster Murakami! It is seriously poetry when he writes about contemporary life sputnlk it is so damn captivating. Nonetheless, it is a wonderfully beautiful book and one of Murakami’s best.
It’s the kind of simple, sweet story that is both particular and strangely universal.
She ljubag him that her son — a boy nicknamed “Carrot” — has been caught stealing in a supermarket, and she needs his help in order to convince the security guard to let him go without contacting the police. He grew up reading a range of works by Am Murakami Haruki Japanese: Quotes from Sputnik Sweetheart.