Dance Dance Dance by Haruki Murakami

The image of something dark, something underground. If that sounds familiar to you, it means you’re well-acquainted with Haruki Murakami’s work.

Dance Dance Dance is a chaotic yet beautifully structured novel. The unnamed protagonist, in search of a lost someone, is ready to delve into the dark side of his existence. The darkness is not negative but merely profound in Murakami’s sense. It’s the only thing that he can depend on to give his life the dimension he seeks.

Caught in a stream of circumstances and characters, he tries to connect the dots. Everything seems so natural, it’s almost as if he was meant to travel down that road. With or without cause. To finally reconnect with that deep core within.


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