This Akutagawa award winning novel, Sayaka Murata’s 10th book, is a long-running Japanese bestseller. It’s a story of 36-year-old Keiko, unmarried, childless, who works in a convenience store. In this simple life she find even more than a raison d’etre. However, this way of living clashes with what the japanese society considers normal, especially, for women. Murata writes about our low tolerance to ways of living that differ from ours. It’s a thrilling read you will not be able to put down and think about way, way longer.
Also available in paperback.
Also available in Polish translation.
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