Sputnik Sweetheart [book]

 Sputnik Sweetheart [book]

ALMOST EVERY SINGLE MURAKAMI BOOK IS THE EXACT SAME BOOK AND I UNIRONICALLY LOVE THAT. LIKE NO MATTER WHAT THE BOOK IS YOU CAN TELL EACH CHARACTER IS THE SAME CHARACTER AS ONE FROM ANOTHER STORY AND THE PLOT IS THE SAME AND NO MATTER HOW IT SETS UP LIKE IT'S GOING TO BE DIFFERENT IT NEVER IS. THIS WENT LIKE 80% OF THE STORY BEING A NORMAL REAL WORLD STORY THEN RIGHT NEAR THE END IT WENT "OH, NOW IT'S WEIRD" AND GOT SUPERNATURAL IN THE EXACT SAME WAY IT ALWAYS DOES. BUT IT'S NOT A FLAW. EVERY BOOK IS ENTIRELY DIFFERENT AS MUCH AS IT'S THE SAME. IT'S LIKE SOMEONE THREW A HANDFUL OF PAPERS OUT A WINDOW THAT SAID 'CATS, DISAPPEARANCE, OLDER WOMAN AND YOUNGER WOMAN WITH FAKE NAMES ON AN ISLAND, DISINTERESTED MALE MAIN CHARACTER, DREAMS" AND THEN A BUNCH OF DIFFERENT AUTHORS PICKED UP THAT OUTLINE AND WROTE TOTALLY DIFFERENT BOOKS, WITH DIFFERENT THEMES AND TONES BUT ALL THE AUTHORS JUST HAPPEN TO ALL BE MURAKAMI. 

PS. I WAS GOING TO READ THIS AS A "BOOK YOU HAVEN'T READ BY AN AUTHOR YOU LIKE" BUT THAT IS SUCH A PRIME CATEGORY THAT I JUST WATCHED A MOVIE THAT MENTIONED THIS JUST SO I COULD CHEAT TO CHANGE CATEGORIES. 

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