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I am currently reading A Wild Sheep Chase by Murakami. Just barely started. I hope it's good. Have you read it?Recently finished two that I think Constant Readers might be interested in: Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami is another of the author's entries driven by existential philosophy and magical realism, with a hint of the supernatural that ought to be familiar. The plot centers on an artist who retreats to a cabin in the mountains to discover that his paintings have more power than he realized; this one reminded me very much of Duma Key.
Our Last Night by Taylor Adams is best known for its relentless pacing; a ghost story with a sentimental streak, the story is written in evocative, accessible language. The character building holds up to King fans' discerning tastes, and the scares are worthy of any horror fan's interest.
Sheep Chase was the first I read of his books, and it might be the best overall. A bit of magic and mystery, and a healthy sense of humor, the language is deceptively simple and pleasant. Hope you enjoy!I am currently reading A Wild Sheep Chase by Murakami. Just barely started. I hope it's good. Have you read it?
This is the one Michael Koryta wrote under the pen name I was telling you guys about. Even more excited now!