The Cat Who Saved the Books

In “The Cat Who Saved the Books” the protagonist is the high school student Rintaro Natsuki. Rintaro has grown up working in his grandfather’s secondhand bookstore. Now that his grandfather has passed away, Rintaro have to close the Natsuki book…

The Vegetarian

The Vegetarian is the story of Yeong Hye, an ordinary South Korean woman. She is a dutiful wife and her married life is fairly run of the mill. But all of this changes when Yeong Hye starts having terrifying blood-filled…

“Suicide Notes” Review

Fifteen-year-old Jeff wakes up on New Year’s Day to find himself in the psychiatric ward of a hospital. Even though he doesn’t really remember what happened, he is certain that someone clearly made a huge mistake when they brought him…

Strange Weather in Tokyo

“It grows because you plant it. […] That’s how love is. If the love is true, then treat it the same way you would a plant – feed it, protect it from the elements – you must do absolutely everything…

Men Without Women: Stories

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Introduction The book contains seven stories about men who lost their women, either alive or dead. The stories portray the feelings, reaction and emotions of those men who lost their women. Or a man and a woman could be nothing…