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A big disappointment. A terrible book, perhaps even pornographic. Also dull.

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Haruki Murakami is quickly becoming one of my favourite writers. There’s this consistency to his style that is highly addictive. Like I’ve said in other reviews of his books, he has this ability to draw you straight into his world, to make you feel like your dreaming with a writing style that is so out-there, you know it just flows rather than trying to be clever. So, what is After Dark about? In the true spirit of postmodernist literature, I couldn’t tell you. The story takes place over one night and involves two sisters. One is sleeping and one can’t sleep. I guess you’d have to read it to make complete sense of it, but maybe like me, you’ll finish and its meaning will still elude you, if it has a meaning at all. In a practical sense, I usually don’t like novels with no meaning or some up themselves that they would rather not reveal it to the reader, but with Murakami it seems like it doesn’t matter. It’s the writing that hooks you in and is worthy of praise. http://www.benjaminsolah.com/blog/?p=468