Quote of the Week

We never really talked much or even looked at each other, but it didn’t matter because we were looking at the same sky together, which is maybe even more intimate than eye contact anyway. I mean, anybody can look at you. It’s quite rare to find someone who sees the same world you see.

-John Green

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Author: Just_Me :)

Basically a breathing, moving, eating and happy-go-lucky homo sapiens. Full-time daydreamer and part-time paranoid. I love reading, I love Roger Federer, I love food.

5 thoughts on “Quote of the Week”

    1. Nutmeg and Cinnamon are the mother and son, right? It’s actually the most difficult Murakami book for me. I intend to reread it. I might understand it better the second time. 😉 anyway, are u gonna write a review? Can’t wait what you’ve got to say about it! 😊

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      1. No, I don’t write book reviews. Those can be saved for other blogs haha. I tried it once, but thought it wasn’t that great. And yes, easily the most confusing Murakami book I’ve ever read. A few of my friends got confused by Kafka on the Shore, and I respond, ‘what confused you, I felt I understood it pretty well.’ I’m totally lost here. And yeah Nutmeg and Cinnamon are the mom and son, not sure as to what their role is. I know Cinnamon was kinda used to show grace, wordlessness, and the important of privacy/solitude, and he was foiled to his mom in two different ways. What happened to her family during the way and her ignorance in talking about it with a kid, allowed him to become far more creative, but was too much for him to handle as a child, so he lost the ability to speak, but as you can see on how he acts that wasn’t really a bad thing since he’s so graceful. So was it for better or worse? The part with his computer, and what she actually does for his customers as a soul reader or whatever…. hmmm. no idea lol.

        Take care my friend have a nice day!

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        1. I also find Kafka on the Shore easy and understandable that’s why it’s my favorite among his works. I guess I’d get a better grip of the WUBC after a reread. I don’t quite remember much but it’s really nice to know a bit of your thoughts about it. You take care, too and enjoy the day! 🙂

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