Hear the Wind Sing

Haruki Murakami is an author who took my by storm a few years ago with the re-release of his first two novellas: Hear the Wind Sing and Pinball 1973. While these two pieces of literature are considered to be his lesser and earlier works, I adore them both in their own special ways. They begin the timeless storyline of The Rat, which then goes on to spread itself over two full length novels later in his career. Killing Commendatore is Haruki’s latest work and with him just having his 70th birthday, he’s still as on top of his writing game as ever. Can’t wait to dive into this one!


Looking for a new read? Take the car out for a moonlit drive 🌙 , roll the windows down 🚗 , crank up the jukebox oldies 🎵 , and check out my debut poetry collection Strange Cars in the Night on Amazon today.

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