|This book felt like a continuation of Yoshimoto's other novel, Kitchen. The surrealism has it pros and cons. However, I thought that I couldn't finish it myself because the pace was really slow. There's really nothing too special about this book, like most of Yoshimoto's book: just a young woman, traumatized and her daily life. But still, pretty interesting.
Also, the publisher need to hire a goddamn better typist: the number of typos is simply unacceptable.