Slow Boat

Asian Literature

Author: Hideo Furukawa

A startling novella from the heir to Haruki Murakami and Gabriel Garcia Marquez.,,Trapped in Tokyo, left behind by a series of girlfriends, the narrator of Slow Boat sizes up his situation. His missteps, his violent rebellions, his tiny victories. But he is not a passive loser, content to accept all that fate hands him. He attempts one last escape to the edges of the city, h….Read More

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