Authors: Haruki Murakami,Philip Gabriel
1982, Haruki Murakami sold his bar and decided to devote his time to honing his writing skills. That was when he picked up the habit of running. And then life just wasn’t the same anymore. In this book, Murakami, a winner of the Jerusalem prize, uses his elegant style of writing to share how something like running can change you and reshape the way you think about life.
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