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1Q84 Libro 3: Ottobre-Dicembre Tengo, Dove Sei Ci Sono Amori Che Devono Attraversare Universi Per Incontrarsi Ci Sono Amori Che Devono Superare Ostacoli, Difficolt , Avversari, Enigmi Amori Che Devono, Soprattutto, Vincere Le Paure Interiori Inquietanti E Terribili Come Piccole Creature Che Albergano Dentro Di Noi Per Poter Creare A Propria Volta Un Mondo In Cui Non Ci Sia Pi La Paura, Un Mondo Nuovo In Cui Essere Al Sicuro In Due Aomame E Tengo Vivono Da Sei Mesi In Una Realt Che Non La Loro, Un Mondo Al Di L Dello Specchio Su Cui Brillano Due Lune Divisi E Braccati, Costantemente In Pericolo Di Vita, Sembra Che Tutto Congiuri Per Impedire Che Si Incontrino Sulle Loro Tracce, Oltre La Setta Sakigake E Forze Ancora Pi Sfuggenti E Misteriose, Adesso C Anche L Investigatore Privato Ushikawa, Un Ostinato Segugio Il Cui Bizzarro Aspetto Fisico Guardarlo Era Come Trovarsi Di Fronte A Uno Specchio Deformante, E Tuttavia Nitido In Modo Spiacevole Si Accompagna Ad Un Intuito Strepitoso Ushikawa, Per , Anche Il Terzo, Inedito Punto Di Vista Che, Alternandosi A Tengo E Aomame, Accompagna Il Lettore Nella Vertiginosa Conclusione Di Q Qui Murakami Tira Le Fila Di Tutte Le Trame, I Personaggi, Gli Enigmi Con Cui Ha Costruito La Sua Narrazione Le Domande, Le Coincidenze, I Misteri Daranno Corpo A Una Nuova Verit , Come Una Costellazione Che All Improvviso Rivela Il Suo Disegno Murakami Ha Creato Un Universo Per Raccontarci Come Si Creano Gli Universi


10 thoughts on “1Q84 Libro 3: Ottobre-Dicembre

  1. says:

    SPOILERSMy first response to finishing the book was Thank God that s over , my second was how could Murakami have screwed it up so badly The second book ended dramatically and, maybe even artistically, with Aomame standing before the portal that took her to 1Q84 with a gun in her mouth and Tengo beside the comatose body of his abusive father awaiting anything Well, Book 3 begins with Aomame taking the gun out of her mouth and going home and Tengo continuing his solitary vigil over his fath SPOILERSMy first response to finishing the book was Thank God that s over , my second was how could Murakami have screwed it up so badly The second book ended dramatically and, maybe even artistically, with Aomame standing before the portal that took her to 1Q84 with a gun in her mouth and Tengo beside the comatose body of his abusive father awaiting anything Well, Book 3 begins with Aomame taking the gun out of her mouth and going home and Tengo continuing his solitary vigil over his father Here s the biggest problem from then on nothing happens Aomame stays in her safe house, doing exercises and reading, all the while looking out of her window towards the playground where she had seen Tengo sit atop a slide and for some reason didn t react to it for most of the book Tengo hangs around the nursing home for ages, returns home, then doesn t do anything either There is a new addition in the chapters, a minor character from the previous books, Ushikawa, is given his own storyline but even this does nothing to make the book interesting as all he does is go over the events of the first two books Once the reader is reminded of every tiny event that happened previously via Ushikawa, the character is killed off His entire storyline is so contrived and irrelevant it beggars belief The lack of anything happening wouldn t be so bad if it weren t for the tantalising storylines Murakami had set up in the last two books Why oh why didn t he write about any of the following the Little People who are they, what are they, why do they exist, what is their meaning what s the significance of the second, smaller, green moon what happens with the mysterious cult Sakigake does it collapse without Leader, what happens to it, does Fuka Eri destroy it what is the meaning of air chrysalises and the maza dohta Tengo and Aomame s relationship this is the driving force behind the two main characters actions throughout the 1000 page story but the reader knows next to nothing about why they are so obsessed with each other why not develop this to explain why And what do we get instead Pages and pages of banal thoughts, banal actions, and a literary kind of treading water Murakami completely fails to live up to the storylines he s spent hundreds of pages establishing, choosing instead to not bother writing something interesting when something empty and dull will suffice I will say that the NHK Collector was an interesting character, especially creepy, and added a much needed element of mystery horror as a disembodied voice, never seen and only heard is he really Tengo s father s ghost But this was a very small positive compared to the overwhelming sense of boredom perpetuated throughout the novel There was potentially a great novel here but Murakami totally flubs it through inaction and stasis.My main complaint of the first two books still stands in this third the love between Tengo and Aomame is so unbelievable as they barely met once when they were 10 and now twenty years later they are still madly in love with each other even though they don t say their first words to each other until the final 20 pages of the book 20 pages out of nearly 1000 I don t understand how either of them could find this perceived connection as such a driving force behind all of their actions, behind this entire novel or series of novels I suspend disbelief on most things in this book but not this romance, it s too far fetched to believe, mostly because Murakami didn t put any effort into creating it.This is the longest victory lap any novelist has indulged in, ever, I think It s a book that didn t need to be written and spends most of its 364 pages underlining its own irrelevance To anyone wondering whether or not to read this after the effort taken to read the first two books, I would say read the final 25 pages of Book 3 and you ve basically got it everything that precedes it isn t worth noting It took me a month to read the first two books, just over a month to finish the third and it s half the length of the first two save the time and effort needed to wade through this unedited, uninteresting novel and finish this saga with the end of book two


  2. says:

    1Q84 Book 3 Ichi ky hachi yon , Haruki Murakami 1Q84 is a dystopian novel written by Japanese writer Haruki Murakami, first published in three volumes in Japan in 2009 11 Books 1 and 2, was published on October 18, 2011, followed by the second volume, containing Book 3, published on October 25, 2011 It covers a fictionalized year of 1984 in parallel with a real one The novel is a story of how a woman named Aomame begins to notice strange changes occurring in the world She is quickly en 1Q84 Book 3 Ichi ky hachi yon , Haruki Murakami 1Q84 is a dystopian novel written by Japanese writer Haruki Murakami, first published in three volumes in Japan in 2009 11 Books 1 and 2, was published on October 18, 2011, followed by the second volume, containing Book 3, published on October 25, 2011 It covers a fictionalized year of 1984 in parallel with a real one The novel is a story of how a woman named Aomame begins to notice strange changes occurring in the world She is quickly enraptured in a plot involving Sakigake, a religious cult, her childhood love, Tengo, and embarks on a journey to discover what is real Its first printing sold out on the day it was released and sales reached a million within a month 2016 1394 496 2 9786007364130 21 1984 198419841984 9


  3. says:

    Many times trying to not end it quickly..I m getting terrified if I finish , I will loose the joy of reading this novel.My dear book and friend,Goodbye.


  4. says:

    Well first off I want to say how proud I am to have finished this whopper of a trilogy, a massive 1260 pages especially as it was during my yearly summer reading slump, or rather summer not reading anything at all usually.So Thank you Haruki Murakami for kicking that out the window I was intrigued by this book from the start I loved the characters of Aomame and Tengo who in the first 2 books narrate the story 1 chapter each alternately throughout I like this way of telling a story from 2 pers Well first off I want to say how proud I am to have finished this whopper of a trilogy, a massive 1260 pages especially as it was during my yearly summer reading slump, or rather summer not reading anything at all usually.So Thank you Haruki Murakami for kicking that out the window I was intrigued by this book from the start I loved the characters of Aomame and Tengo who in the first 2 books narrate the story 1 chapter each alternately throughout I like this way of telling a story from 2 perspectives and it makes for a fast read for me , which is why I was dismayed when I began the 3rd and final book that an additional narrator was included and it was a character I wasn t keen on Anyway this along with a change of translator for book 3 I wasn t going into the last book with high expectations but I was so wrong Book 3 was equally as good as the first 2.I m not as ever going to go too much into the plot etc but I will say, this is magical realism, almost sci fi and fantasy with some very weird, even graphic sex scenes If you like Murakami and are familiar with hisout there, surreal, complex plots and a whole lot of magical realism, alternative worlds, little people and of course cats, a whole town of cats in this one, themes of loneliness all through the books, ears, breasts large and small, cooking and of course a love story. here you go it has all this and , much .5 For this mighty tome


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    Life is not like water Things in life don t necessarily flow over the shortest possible route In my review of books 1 2 I saidI m very much looking forward to finding out if anything gets resolved, if anything starts to make any sense at all, if the star crossed lovers find happiness, what exactly it is that the Little People have planned and the answers to any number of other fascinating and intriguing questions that have been posed throughout, but then if the general theme so far is any Life is not like water Things in life don t necessarily flow over the shortest possible route In my review of books 1 2 I saidI m very much looking forward to finding out if anything gets resolved, if anything starts to make any sense at all, if the star crossed lovers find happiness, what exactly it is that the Little People have planned and the answers to any number of other fascinating and intriguing questions that have been posed throughout, but then if the general theme so far is anything to go by perhaps I will be pondering the meaning for many years to comeand having now finally finished book 3 I have some answers, though not necessarily the ones I was looking for As life doesn t flow over the shortest possible route, neither does book 3 of 1Q84I can bear any pain as long as it has meaning Murakami opens book 3 with an explicit promise, a promise of finally bringing Aomame and Tengo together, and an implied promise, one of explaining The Little People and yet for 400 pages he dangles the conclusion in front of you, playing with different points of view, enjoying taunting you with his theory that time is no longer flowing at the same speed from one moment to another, describing one characters version of events but then revealing that everyone else is 4 chapters behind for example Whilst deliberate it was still incredibly frustrating, especially as NOTHING happened for those 400 pages After enjoying the first 800 pages so much, these 400 pages were very nearly painful to get through and appeared to have little to no meaning.From the opening page there s a very different feel to the novel not just because a third perspective is added to proceedings, but also the new translator gives the writing a different feel or atmosphere It s something I ve previously suspected whilst reading Murakami, Jay Rubin seems to have a better understanding of the poetic language used by Murakami than Philip Gabriel and this split of the translation duties mid novel has clarified my thoughts on the matter Whether it is that Rubin was the translator of my first Murkami and therefore the established ideal in my mind is a whole other aspect to consider.Initially I didn t know how to feel about the shift from experiencing 1Q84 from the perspective of Aomame and Tengo to suddenly having to identify with someone who could be described as their nemesis As a literary device it worked to drive the tension and provide conflict and as such I grew to like this new insight in to proceedings but unfortunately it came at the expense of every other plot thread established with great care and attention to detail in the previous 2 books I can t pretend to know why he decided to structure the novel this way but the impression it gave was that he wanted to write a really long novel, didn t have an idea of how to end it and just pushed through the main ending without thought of how to explain any of the mystery at the heart of the novel at all Without at least some explanation, without picking up loose threads, 1Q84 essentially became a 1200 romance novel that could have been told in 300 pagesThey sat on a park bench, held hands, and told each other their stories hour after hour They were not lonely any They had found and been found by their 100% perfect other What a wonderful thing it is to find and be found by your 100% perfect other It s a miracle, a cosmic miracle Still, I enjoyed the ending, I enjoyed some of the extra character details that this volume allowed Murakami to develop but mostly I enjoyed the warmth and affection for the characters in the previous volumes that grew in their absence from this one.Books 1 2 rating 4.5Book 3 rating 3Books 1, 2 3 rating combined 4


  6. says:

    Book 3 of 1984 starts with a surpise when you look at the table of contents Ushikawa It seems almost sacrilege to see his name amongst the chapters about Tengo and Aomame But it turnes out this is really a touch of genius by Murakami, because it really brings some speed to this long novel and after a while I must confess I actually started to like the poor bastard.


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    In the third part we reach the end of the mystery or maybe not The truth is that we get some answers that help us make some sense of everything we read, but the author wisely chooses to leave us with a lot of gaps to cover with our imagination Above all, however, it is important that the end is really wonderful and very touching view spoiler Tengo and Aomame finally hand in hand, my handkerchiefs are finished hide spoiler Of course, as expected, it is an end without tension, although In the third part we reach the end of the mystery or maybe not The truth is that we get some answers that help us make some sense of everything we read, but the author wisely chooses to leave us with a lot of gaps to cover with our imagination Above all, however, it is important that the end is really wonderful and very touching view spoiler Tengo and Aomame finally hand in hand, my handkerchiefs are finished hide spoiler Of course, as expected, it is an end without tension, although there is a threat in the form of a persecutor that makes us worry That somewhat disappointed me, I expected something , somethingdramatic and a plot that would extend toevents, but for this I was totally compensated me for the even greater deepening of the protagonists feelings in this limited space they were moving.Love is the predominant element, but here it takes the character of anticipation Our heroes are seeking each other looking forward to a touch, a hug, a kiss, all that will fill the gap left in their difficult childhoods that have passed without love and affection Perhaps in the end this is love always, not just a desire for contact with another person, not just a quest for happiness but that longing to get what we always lacked or did not give us in the quantity we wanted because it is known you can never have enough love This impatience gets physical characteristics, with the bodies talking and expressing, but I am impressed that this does not translate into sexual desire How can I interpret this I d rather find romance in it.To return to the mystery, the lack of clear answers also leaves room for us to give our own interpretations on a second level To interpret, for example, as we want the division of the human personality symbolized by the two moons, but also in other ways Is it about the mind and the heart, the logic and the feeling or about things darker Or is it ultimately the only way for man to be complete What is ultimately this alternative 1984 A parallel dimension where dark powers have penetrated A magical place where the mistakes of the real 1984 can be corrected What conclusion do we finally have to make of all of this These and manyremain in the end, which would naturally make me believe that this ending is not complete, for a strange reason, however, I feel happy about this incompleteness.Whatever the case, after reading this epic work, I really feel like I did something that totally satisfied me literary, which certainly increased the appreciation I have in the person of the great Japanese writer, an appreciation basedto the fact that he is a writer who can talk through his books about too many things, but can remain accessible So in these three books, he puts readers in thought, confuses them in many ways, but in the end he approaches in such a humane way his heroes that manage to win their hearts without resorting to cheap literary tricks and this unspecified thing may be the most important , ,view spoiler O , hide spoiler , , ,, , , , , , , , ,, , ,, , , , , , , ,1984 1984 , , , ,, , , , , ,, ,


  8. says:

    FINALLY I have completed 1Q84, after having it sitting on my shelf for probably over 2 years I have a thing about big books I love the feeling of accomplishment after completing them, but trying to actually read them in the first place is where I get stuck because I have that big book fear.I finally picked up Book 3 of 1Q84 this month, after finishing Books 1 2 all the way back in June when I was doing the JapaneseJune project with Sabrina, Colleen, and Mercedes Unfortunately even though FINALLY I have completed 1Q84, after having it sitting on my shelf for probably over 2 years I have a thing about big books I love the feeling of accomplishment after completing them, but trying to actually read them in the first place is where I get stuck because I have that big book fear.I finally picked up Book 3 of 1Q84 this month, after finishing Books 1 2 all the way back in June when I was doing the JapaneseJune project with Sabrina, Colleen, and Mercedes Unfortunately even though I thoroughly enjoyed the first 2 3s of this book, I didn t feel ready to leap into the final part, as it had taken me almost a whole month to read up to this point So I was completely surprised when I picked up Book 3 and found it to be an incredibly quick read Although there were days I didn t pick this up, I must have read it over the course of 3 4 days, and that is unusual for me considering this is verging on a long book in itself for me, less than 50 pages shy of the 500 mark And technically it doesn t make sense that it would be such a quick read because honestly Not a lot happens in this book However, I didn t care one bit I was once again fully immersed in Murakami s world, and although this was the section I was led to believe was the worst in the book, it ended up being my favourite.The introduction of a third narrative perspective, that of the creepy Ushikawa, was really what made this book for me It was fascinating to get into his head and follow his thought processes, and I loved the way his timeline linked with that of Aomame and Tengo Although they didn t match up exactly, it was great to see how things that he had done affected the other characters in a way that was mysterious the first time around It cleared up a lot of ambiguities that could have been made, and have extra depth to the story.Between Tengo and Aomame s narratives, I will always prefer Aomame Despite the fact that their characters didn t do all that much until the end of the book, I really enjoyed the minimalism and stillness of her life, and at times felt I was right inside her head Tengo wasn t so easy in that respect, and I enjoyed his parts in this book the least, but the overall links with the other characters made up for this.I felt like I was a detective, working out the clues and noticing little details here and there while reading this I have some theories that haven t been answered, and there are still things in this book that are and will always be unexplainable damn you Murakami and your strangeness , but this didn t actually really bother me I think because I went into 1Q84 as a whole with very low expectations having heard incredibly mixed things about it , I enjoyed it a hell of a lotthan I would have if I d expected great things for it.I wouldn t necessarily recommend 1Q84 as a starting point with Murakami s work, as it s definitely the weirdest book I ve read by him so far, but I would highly recommend it if you re already a fan or plan to read all of his work anyway A wacky world but highly engaging


  9. says:

    Haruki Murakami is a brilliantly strange writer and this is the first story I ever attempted by him I actually ended up reading the first two parts about a year and a half ago and I was introduced to a weird yet magical world of unnatural moons, peculiar characters and odd little people Whilst reading the first two parts both mystified and intrigued me, it wasn t overly satisfying and I needed to know what was going to happen next Luckily I decided to pick this book up when my friend, Vanessa Haruki Murakami is a brilliantly strange writer and this is the first story I ever attempted by him I actually ended up reading the first two parts about a year and a half ago and I was introduced to a weird yet magical world of unnatural moons, peculiar characters and odd little people Whilst reading the first two parts both mystified and intrigued me, it wasn t overly satisfying and I needed to know what was going to happen next Luckily I decided to pick this book up when my friend, Vanessa, was reading it also, and so I could discuss it and get back into the story without too much trouble.This book, Part 3, does certainly seem to be farfast paced and interesting, right from the outset because we already have a foundation and some ideas about what s gone on and where it could be headed We still follow the main two characters from Part 1 and 2, Aomame and Tengo, but in this third part we have an additional character of Ushikawa who is a rather sinister character and brought a new, darker tone to the story.I think that truly it s not about the characters themselves within this book, but rather it s about the ideas, thoughts and world that Murakami draws you into We have our main three characters, but for most of the book Tengo and Aomame are fairly static and it s only Ushikawa who is moving around as he tries to discover the whereabouts of the other two characters.Whilst Tengo and Aomame are static in terms of plot, they do certainly give the reader a lot to ponder and consider in retrospect for parts 1 and 2 of 1Q84 and we see a lot of the earlier questions that we, the reader, had being either answered or discussed by our main characters.My only minor complaint with Murakami is that there is a lot of fascination with sex, body parts and generally women s storylines centring on the males surrounding them I didn t necessarily think Aomame was the best female character and I thought that she did seem a little too blunt at times and not as convincing as the other two characters in some of her thoughts or actions, but on the whole this was fairly minor, just something I did want to point out On the whole I am very happy I returned to this to finish off the book and that I not only found it easy to slip back into, but I also found the conclusion to be open ended, but satisfactory too I am highly excited to try outof Murakami s work in the future something shorter next time and I look forward to seeing all the other peculiar visions and worlds he creates 4 s


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    Okay, so let s see I changed my rating to only two stars I feel bad about it Because I m certainly fond of Tengo and Aomame and Fuka eri, but the story of book 3 was just unnecesary Most of the book was nothing happenning At first I was bored with Ushikawa pov because it didn t contribute in anything to the story Absolutely nothing But then, I started being bored with Tengo s pov too Because, honestly, what did Tengo do in Book 3 Absolutely nothing again And I miss Fukaeri like hell S Okay, so let s see I changed my rating to only two stars I feel bad about it Because I m certainly fond of Tengo and Aomame and Fuka eri, but the story of book 3 was just unnecesary Most of the book was nothing happenning At first I was bored with Ushikawa pov because it didn t contribute in anything to the story Absolutely nothing But then, I started being bored with Tengo s pov too Because, honestly, what did Tengo do in Book 3 Absolutely nothing again And I miss Fukaeri like hell She was the best of Tengo And the story with Tengo s dad was annoying The only character who did something was Aomame She was the only one resolute to end this story But even thoughAomame s stubborn cannot save this book.So I m dissapointed Because I loved 1Q84 book 12 And even though Devlin has warmed me about Book 3, I still had hopes about this book But my little chicken was right once again, lol In this book nothing happens, nothing is answered and nothing is improved In my opinion, this book wasn t necessary at all It drags out a story that has no need to be lengthen


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