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Ari Shapiro

I read this book when I was working a night shift, going to sleep at 6 p.m. and waking up at 2 a.m. each day. My surreal, hazy existence during those weeks was a perfect fit with the world of 1Q84, where everything seems just a little bit off. It's recognizable as the world you live in, and also somehow not.

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Ari Shapiro

I read this book when I was working a night shift, going to sleep at 6 p.m. and waking up at 2 a.m. each day. My surreal, hazy existence during those weeks was a perfect fit with the world of 1Q84, where everything seems just a little bit off. It's recognizable as the world you live in, and also somehow not.

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Niki Caro

Also bought in an airport bookstore, in hardback, and carried lovingly from New Zealand to Europe and back. It is a monumental book in every way, and when I am done happily re-reading it on hypothetical desert island, I imagine I could use it as a small table.

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