By Zachary Houle
Huraki Murakami is stretching himself to create a sort of hybrid between his humourous and off-beat slipstream novels and the aching and yearning of romance that permeates his more mainstream stuff.
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Teddy Wayne Gives Readers a Disturbing Glimpse Into the Predatory Side of a Social Outcast
Rage Plus Time Equals Prophecy: 'I Am Not Your Negro'
Was George Carlin Right About Everything?
'Scurvy': Chronicling the Etiology of an Affliction
Kate Bush: Before the Dawn
Ted Rall's Bernie Bio Has Extra Relevance in the Wake of the Democrats' Presidential Defeat
Queen: Queen on Air - The Complete BBC Radio Sessions (Deluxe 6-CD Edition)
"I'd gotten burned out on scope and maybe on spectacle in video games, but I think it's time to return to bigger worlds to conquer.