Title: Men Without Women
Author: Haruki Murakami
Dreams are the kind of things you can when you need to borrow and lend out- Kafuku.
Men without women is a totally different kind of experience. It gives out a statement which represents more than 60% of male youth today. It is a collection of 7 stories specific to a chapter each makes it easy for the reader to connect and read with fluency. Each story has a few things in common but still is very unique in its own way. And therefore, it’s hard for the readers to resist turning the pages after pages. Some stories connect on a very different level than others. This book consists of stories abt heartbroken people and how they feel and see the world and it cant be put in a better way than this.
Punches like these at unexpected instances make Murakami stand out from other authors. Murakami has been known to add a huge lot of dark humour in his stories and this book is no different. But in addition to this, it also consists of the feelings of revenge, happiness and mystery. The author has also tried to leave a few loose ends in some stories which makes it even more interesting.
What I love the most about this author is the power that he has to influence today youth is nothing less than magic. The attention to detail he has leaves one awestruck. Besides this, he has put in a bit of spirituality to the stories too. This book is a must-read.
To read a Murakami book is to feel comfortable by the familiarities and predictability of its strangeness.The Times Literary Supplement
About the Author
Haruki Murakami, born on January 12, 1949, is a Japanese writer. His books and stories have been bestsellers in Japan as well as internationally, with his work being translated into 50 languages and selling millions of copies outside his native country.