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What I Talk About

When I Talk About

Running: A Memoir

(Vintage International)

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“A fascinating portrait of Murakamiâ€s working mind and how he works his magic on the page.―

—The Plain Dealer'A brilliant meditation on how his running and writing nurture and sustain each other. . .

. With spare, engaging prose . . . Murakami shares his runner's high.' —Sports Illustrated'Enthralling. . . . A

quirky, brilliant gem.'—Time Out New York'Murakami's descriptive eye is as acute as ever. . . .

Fascinating. . . . A glimpse into the creative process of one of the world's great writers.' —The Hartford

Courant'A genuine memoir, filled with gentle minutiae that truly communicates the rhythm of Murakami's

daily life and work...Murakami actually offers himself whole.' —Jesse Jarnow, Paste Magazine'A felicitous,

casual series of reflections and anecdotes...[Murakami] has a Warholian way of tinting the mundane with

mystery and restrained humor...Do still waters run deep? This paean to a runner's life keeps us, pleasurably,

wondering.' —Joel Rice, The Tennessean'[What I Talk About When I Talk About Running

is] a graceful explanation of Mr. Murakami's intertwining obsessions, conveyed with his characteristic

ability to draw unexpected connections. Running may be a matter of placing one foot in front of the other on

the ground, but, as is so often the case with Mr. Murakami, terrestrial objects have a tendency to take flight.'

—Chloë Schama, New York Sun'Beautifully written and full of great running aphorisms...Anyone who

knows perseverance can appreciate this work.' —Helen Montoya, San Antonio Express-News'Engaging,

insightful...What I Talk About When I Talk About Running extends [Murakami's] winning streak.'

—Jenny Shank, Sunday Camera'Murakami constructs this piecemeal narrative with the same masterful,

accessible prose marked by humor and streaks of magic which has made him a household name, the same

staggering insights, the same fascinating connections...this is exactly what makes Murakami so special: his

ability to render everything a part of everything else, and to end with monumental poignancy...In an

extremely personal, candid and moving way, the book makes one want to read and run at the same time.'

—Reynard Seifert, Austin Fit Magazine'[What I Talk About When I Talk About Running

] provides a fascinating portrait of Murakami's working mind and how he works his magic on the page...[a]

charming, sober little book.' —John Freeman, Newark Star-Ledger'Highly recommended...Practical

philosophy from a man whose insight into his own character, and how running both suits and shapes that

character, is revelatory and can provide tools for readers to examine and improve their own lives.'—Library

Journal Read more Haruki Murakami was born in Kyoto in 1949 and now lives near Tokyo. His work has

been translated into forty-two languages. The most recent of his many honors is the Franz Kafka Prize.

www.harukimurakami.com Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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