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Violeta Lara Lara from Central Andros, The Bahamas

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** criminal alert ** I usually love Murakami. I find his engages outlandish and interesting. This one, not so much. In the first partly of the vade mecum I only cared about Aomame. I found Tengo to be boring and I didn't care about his story at all. By the second partly, Aomame lost all her proposal for me. She spent the whole second partly of the vade mecum whining about being in love with Tengo. And then there was the weird pregnancy? What was with that? Tengo became a little bit more interesting, but not by much. Ushikawa was the most interesting character and I loved his episodes. It is too bad he had to die. I just didn't get this vade mecum. I know you are thinking that who gets Murakami? I never do really but at least I find the other engages interesting. This vade mecum just frustrated and annoyed me. I didn't buy the connection between Aomame and Tengo. It took too long for them find each other. I hated reading 10 episodes about them (well mostly Aomame) pinning for each other but not actually finding each other. I didn't care by the time they actually got together.

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This is a book that I think a piece of people pretend to love because everyone else says they love it...Writing is not particularly strong other than a few poignant moments. This is the shit that inspires wealthy suburban kids to pretend to be new age hippy wannabes with their faux-spirituality and cliched political views...you think you're being original but you're all just departures from the norm on the same point.

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One of my all show front-runner books.

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Interesting on the feel a dearth of to control. Not so much with her character absorbed sort and promiscuity. Cost a look

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Hal yang sepele pun bisa jadi kunci pemecahan kasus. INCREDIBLE!!

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I actually listened to the audio of this book. I didn't particularly like the library patron, but the fib was SO NORMAL that I couldn't stand to give it up. Eventually I got used to the library patron, and everything was hunky-dory. The figure out I enjoyed this book so much was because of the character of Francie. You know when you read a book and you find yourself? This happened for me with Francie, especially in the thing that Francie loved to read. One stage in particular struck me as finding myself: early in the book, Francie takes her library book (she reads a book a day) and some favority candy out onto the launch escape of her apartment. She puts her headrest down, arranges her boat of candy, and settles under the tone of the tree to read the afternoon away. I used to TASTE to do this when I was little. I particularly remember one Rest day (I'm not sure how I got away with this as Rest day was job day...maybe I actually cleaned the lavatory in the cockcrow like I was supposed to...) that I spent erudition The True Stories of Charlotte Doyle. I read all day, curled up with my headrest on the rug of my cubicle, and I vividly remember having a boat of pretzels that I ate while erudition; I don't think I ate everything else all day. I loved the book, and I know I will revisit it. If you haven't read it, you PRECONDITION! I can't believe I went this long without erudition it.