Reading Murakami is an otherworldly experience, both metaphorically and literally speaking. His books can take readers to a completely different reality, yet keeping their feet on the ground with relatable events and in-depth perspectives on life. He is known for his faithfulness towards fantasy-like elements, and he used the same image in writing “Kafka on the Shore.” But depending on your age or your experience with Murakami, interpretations of this book may vary. Here’s a take on it, to which you can relate or not!
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