Free Haruki Murakami


In a dramatic reversal of Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis , Haruki Murakami has turned the fabulous tale on its head with his new short story titled “Samsa in Love”. You can read it for free over at the New Yorker. And, if  the author of Kafka on the Shore has you yearning to reread the Kafka masterpiece, you can get a free e-book version right here.


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4 Responses to Free Haruki Murakami

  1. johncoyote says:

    My wise Grandfather told me. “Better to be a man who know many things than a man who know one thing only.” Reading and learning expand our world and thoughts.

  2. restlessjo says:

    That seems a reasonably accurate quote. I’ve only read a couple of his books. I’ll have a look at this. Cheers! 🙂

  3. Nora Bertoni says:

    Thanks, I enjoy reading Murakami

  4. lmjapan says:

    I’ve enjoyed the Murakami books I’ve read (Kafka, Wind-up Bird, 1Q84, Norwegian Wood), but for some reason his short stories have never done it for me. Thanks for posting the link about Murakami’s fans being so sad over his Nobel Prize snub, I really enjoyed reading it.

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