I've been recently reading Murakami books, and have to confess that I find them very alluring. Murakami analyzes 'love', 'break-up' and 'relationships' in his books. However, his books aren't considered love books by his readers. I think that he slightly touches our hearts mentioning his early years and relationships.
What's your opinion?
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I just read a short story of his - I can't remember exactly what it was called - but about "the perfect girl for me". I really liked it, and yes, it was about love, but it certainly wasn't a love story. Are all of his works like this? I might have to read more.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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