Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami’s Men Without Women isn’t easy to talk about. His characters are joined together by the same thread: loneliness. Tales that exist away from the way we understand common life. A telescopic glimpse into the courage of isolation. And the sharp pull of detachment one feels when left astray.

This book is like a path one seldom walks on – not to find oneself but to lose everything – time and distance – to reconnect with solitude and come back to reality.


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