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I read this book to get out of a nearly yearlong reading slump and I actually did enjoy it quite a bit. It's definitely a light read but our protagonist is, even though she is really peculiar, actually pretty relatable. Loved the writing style and the message that it delivered.
Convenience Store Woman
Keiko is 36 years old. She's never had a boyfriend, and she's been working in the same supermarket for eighteen years.
Keiko's family wishes she'd get a proper job. Her friends wonder why she won't get married.
But Keiko knows what makes her happy, and she's not going to let anyone come between her and her convenience store...
'Witty, wily, and astonishingly sharp' Lisa McInerney, author of The Glorious Heresies
'An exhilaratingly weird and funny Japanese novel.. Unsettling and totally unpredictable' Sally Rooney
'A haunting, dark, and often hilarious take on society's expectations of the single woman' Elif Batuman, author of The Idiot
'[A] short, deadpan gem... This is a true original' Stephanie Cross, Daily Mail
'From this slight, dark and delightful book springs a feminist rallying cry: trust yourself' Emerald Street
'A sure-fire hit of the summer... quirky [and] profound' Irish Times
'An offbeat, tongue-in-cheek read... a tale of finding one's own path to happiness' Skinny
|Family Sharing||Ja i|
|Format & Qualität||MP3, 201 Minuten, 133.72 MB|
|Übersetzer||Ginny Tapley Takemori|