Haruki Murakami is the best-known Japanese author alive today, thanks to such bestsellers as Tokyo Blues and Kafka on the Beach.
An exceptional storyteller and world traveler, Murakami has always investigated the profoundest sort of relationship that can develop between individuals and has laid bare, with his unique, magical vision, the subtly interwoven strands that connect them and change them.
A collector’s item, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage is sumptuous: the cover is made of real lambskin decorated with three satin ribbons in various colors. The precious design makes this book unique and echoes, both in its craftsmanship and in the choice of materials, important themes of the novel itself.
Blind debossing of the title on front cover. The copies are numbered 1-100.
Number of pages: 304 pp
Special features: book inserted in a clamshell, with front cover diecut and closed by a printed PVC panel.
The book comes together with a black envelope with several special stickers.
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