Tokyo Ueno Station (Paperback)
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Tokyo Ueno Station (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 04/03/2019
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Publisher: Tilted Axis Press
ISBN: 9781911284161

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Louisa

“Important and Skillfully Blended”

This is an absolute literary gem. Originally written in Japanese this book was translated by Morgan Giles and he does a stellar job at it. Set in, you guessed it, Japan, this is the harrowing story of Kazu, a homeless... More

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“Totally unique and subtly affecting”

At first the book's lack of chapters and willingness to jump time period mid-narration can be disconcerting but given a few pages to immerse yourself in the style, Tokyo Ueno Station truly benefits from being as... More

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“A missed opportunity.”

Sad and thought provoking yet somewhat plagued by a poor structure and rambling nature.

There is a powerful story to be told here but I felt it was somewhat lost and buried in the pages. With plenty of lost... More

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