Dance Dance Dance

Novel by Haruki Murakami

Blurb

Quirky characters, a hotel with a phantom floor, sexy girls, rock music, especially Talking Heads - this gloriously imaginative romp around contemporary Japan defies description. Cult novelist with a huge international following, but also with a serious literary reputation, Haruki Murakami gains more fans with each book. "Dance, Dance, Dance" is one of his finest and most loved. Reader Rupert Degas received extreme plaudits for his other Murakami recordings, both "A Wild Sheep Chase" and "The Wind-up Bird Chronicle."

First Published

1994

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