My Review On Haruki Murakami's Norwegian Wood
Haruki Murakami's novels have gained immense popularity as they guide readers through some of life's darkest and most dangerous territory – the cold, dark winter woods of death and grief and abuse – and do so with wisdom and warmth. Murakami's courage to touch on such sensitive topics attracts a wide range of readers, from high schooler students intrigued by the concept of death to middle aged men who are in it for a good read .
Additionally, Murakami has always had a detailed descriptions of the characters and settings; his writing style gives his characters the ability to bring forth emotions in the reader. His ability to manipulate one's emotions by reflecting the individual in the wide array of characters in this writings is truly a talent.
Murakami can only offer a path through the frozen woods, he can't make us follow. If you find yourself wandering among the trees this winter season, I can recommend Norwegian Wood as a guidebook.