May 25, 2004
Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World, by Haruki Murakami, is a novel that deftly explores the human brain's perception of the world. Murakami masterfully melds two distinct storylines, building a thriller that gains speed as you read. Interesting and insightful, I can strongly recommend this book.
Can anyone recommend some science fiction for my next book? Aside from William Gibson's Pattern Recognition (that I read earlier this year), I haven't read any science fiction since high school. Philip K. Dick has been recommended already, but I'm looking for other options. Thanks in advance, I appreciate all the responses.