A confusing cast of characters and a story line that jumps back and forth in time and place really requires a narrator that can give life to people and places. That did not happen here, so while I see glimpses of brilliance in the story, I am repeatedly confused about where/when we are...
The magical world of Murakami pulls you in. I found myself looking up at the sky, searching for that second moon.
The narrators gave life and depth to each of the characters in a way that made the story come to life.
If you are interested in vampire tales with a new twist, you will like this one. Definitely worth a listen.
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