The first review of Haruki Murakami's new book, After Dark is up at Cleveland.com:
In Murakami's talented hands, "After Dark" emerges a tightly controlled narrative, carefully constructed in both time and place. Each chapter begins with a clock face indicating the precise time. Frequently, we find out specifically what music is playing in the background, providing a soundtrack to the proceedings. We stay alert to exact detail on each page, within every frame. The result is palpable and enthralling.I can't wait!
ahem ... did you chase up your proof copy yet, ted?ReplyDelete
I did! Will most likely get it tomorrow. Thanks for suggesting me to Abby, Sharon!ReplyDelete