Sunday, November 1, 2015

Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki ~ Haruki MURAKAMI

A Review

Haruki Murakami has his book Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki And His Years of Pilgrimage set as number one New York Times Bestseller. His work as usual has mesmerizing and mysterious touch which keeps us going till the end. His book wonderfully describes how simple things matter the most in life and how unnoticed ordinary actions drag us down at times. It touches in detail the small things in life, the endless thoughts and dreams with never diminishing excitement.

Intelligently written, seducing, mysterious and detailing everyday lives, the book resonates lives of Tsukuru and his high school group friends. Tsukuru here is obliged to go back into the past and lighten his burden which he carries for more than a decade. Things turn up unexpectedly, whereupon he decides to move on, although he continue carrying burdens which he hardly recognize. Struggled and challenged enough with his burden, in other words with his own identity and destination, he is lost in his own thoughts. Though, he tried to move forward and still trying. And his love for train station never fades whatever is the reason.


It has a smooth storyline with deep touch on the isolation and loneliness which is often disturbing. The depth of disturbance is well described which reflects vivid images within us. It’s the story revolving around mystery, friendship, love and sadness over ages. Murakami’s book certainly hit bull’s eye with this one more remarkable masterpiece, no wonder it’s the best book of the year.

8 comments:

  1. Many thanks for sharing such a good detailed review.
    One Buddha said that isolation and loneliness is the most painful thing for old age.
    I have been reminding myself not to let it happen to me.

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  2. This sounds like a really good book. Thank you so much for writing such a thoughtful and in depth review.

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  3. I've read a couple of Murakami's books and really love how he writes. I will be reading more.

    Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting, especially for leaving a comment on my first ever post. It's really nice to meet you :-)

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    1. You are welcome Annalisa! Nice to meet you too :)

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  4. I absolutely love it when Murakami describes the simple things in life so exotically. I'm yet to read this book. Seems a delightful read like his other works.

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    1. I am loving Murakami's book, and I totally agree with you. This book is worth reading! Best wishes

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