the wind-up bird chronicles: lt. mamiya

17/01/2010 § 1 Comment

“I realize full well how hard it must be to go on living alone in a place from which someone has left you, but there is nothing so cruel in this world as the desolation of having nothing to hope for.”

– pg. 346, Vintage International, A Division of Random House, Inc.

It’s as if every word that I write I will read moments later in this book. It is hauntingly in tune with where I am right now. For the first time in my life I don’t want a book to end, not only because it is phenomenol, but because it seems to be telling me, from another’s perspective, exactly where I am heading.

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