Bibliography

All books
After the Quake
Underground
Sputnik sweetheart
Wind up Bird chronicle
Dance dance dance
The elephant vanishes
South of the border
Hard boiled wonderland
Norwegian wood
Wild sheep chase
Pinball 1973
Hear the wind wing

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Hear the Wind Sing
   

The writer recalls the days of his early twenties. The biology student passed his summer vacation aimlessly back at his home town. There are episodes about his childhood and his three girls whose names and faces have long been forgotten. Amid the bar scenes of cigarettes, french fries and beers, there was still extra space for his favourite author and the chunks of his philosophies. It was a time to be remembered though.
 
 
"Haven't sensed the sweet breath of summer for long. The sweetness of the waves. The faraway steam whistle. the touch of girl' skin. the lemon smell of hair conditioner. the evening wind. Faint hope. Summer dream... all disperse bit by bit like the bygone days."

"But it is very difficult to talk about the deceased, and even more difficult to talk about a girl who dies young. Being dead, they remain young forever."
 
 
"Yet we who are left behind are aging older year by year, month by month, day by day. Sometimes I even feel myself getting older hour by hour. Most horrible of all, this is hard fact."