"A Japanese mix of A Clockwork Orange and L'Etranger." -Newsweek"Bugs and mucus, cheesecake and semen, rain and runways-all lovingly described." - Washington Post"Highly recommended for readers of the bizarre." -Antioch Review"A violent book-sharply begun and slammed quickly to a finish." -BestsellersVom Verlag:
This controversial novel touched the raw nerves of the Japanese and became a million seller within six months of publication. It is a semi-autobiographical tale of the author's youth spent amidst the glorious squalor of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll in 1970s Japan. Almost Transparent Blue is a brutal tale of lost youth in a Japanese port town close to an American military base. Murakami's image-intensive narrative paints a portrait of a group of friends locked in a destructive cycle of sex, drugs and rock?n?roll. The novel is all but plotless, but the raw and
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