This is a book about a Japanese man that touches on many different emotions. It explores a man’s painful “colorless” life, who has locked himself off from past things in his life, who is forced to reopen them to move forward. The exact situation isn’t the same, but the concept is similar to ones I live with. I like the book and it changed my perspective and sheds light on many personalities.

Reviewed by Dwight
Located in Houtzdale, PA
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage

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