Killing Commendatore (Haruki Murakami)

by | 12 Aug, 2020

Murakami provokes more hysteria than Rowling and Harry Potter. His new publication is not a book, but a 2,000-page brick divided into two volumes (Emerging Ideas and Mobile Metaphor), which begins when I (he), newly separated, moves to a new house and discovers a painting titled Killing Commendatore. From there a series of strange events is triggered. The author, a firm Nobel candidate, outlines a mystery that will not be resolved until the last page.

With a Roussillon Jean Dame.



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