sputnik sweetheart

Like most Marukami books, this one does not fail to leave you with many unanswered questions, awesome plot and character development and unresolved endings. I think this is part of the magic of his wiring. I kind of like not knowing that everything has been “solved” and that there is always more than one possible explanation. In particular I like the bizarre scenario Miu finds herself in and how her experience on the ferris wheel changes her forever. This book, as his others, will have you wondering, not only as you read, but in my case, for days after.

So far my favorite of his is Kakfa on the shore. I may start Wind-up bird chronicle so stayed tuned for the review!

 

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