A story about "Kafka on the Shore" — 6 years ago
I’m still in the middle of this, but I’m really enjoying the style in which it’s written and its dreamy quality. For some reason I keep picturing it as a movie (This is a little odd to me, because I rarely watch T.V. and few movies)…
“…I think where a person is born and dies is very important. You can’t choose where you’re born, but where you die you can— to some degree.” (Pg. 291)
“…A world full of geniuses would have significant problems.” (Pg.327)
Hoshini is becoming one of my favorite characters, though I didn’t really care for him at first. A truck driver who gets into Beethoven and learns to let go and go where life (and Nakata) decide to take him.