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Hear the Wind Sing

Narrated by: Kirby Heyborne
Series: Rat, Book 1
Length: 2 hrs and 57 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Hear the Wind Sing is the first novel by Haruki Murakami. First published in the June 1979 issue of Gunzo, one of the most influential literary magazines in Japan, it was published one month later as a book.

Hear the Wind Sing is the first book in the Trilogy of the Rat, a series of independent novels that include Pinball, 1973 and A Wild Sheep Chase, followed by the epilogue Dance Dance Dance.

©2015 Random House Audio; 2015 Haruki Murakami, Ted Goossen

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I had no idea what a slice of life story would even be like in story form but this is as chill as it gets.

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First novel by murakami

Murakami is my fav author , love this men ...I don’t want to compare this book to his other books so I can only say “ first novel by murakami ....very simple very easy to read “

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Compelling, but not as good...

as his later work. It has elements of later masterpieces like Norwegian Wood, but it is still more a beginning effort.

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