Books by Sayaka Murata (4)


1.

Buurtsupermens by Sayaka Murata NL

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Country: Asia / Japan flag Japan
Description:
Een jonge Japanse vrouw die de wereld en de mensen niet goed begrijpt, vindt haar geluk in het werken in een kleine buurtsupermarkt.
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Convenience Store Woman : A Novel by Sayaka Murata EN

Rating: 4 (84 votes)
Country: Asia / Japan flag Japan
Description:
Meet Keiko. 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... *Convenience Store Woman comes in three different colours; the colour you receive will be chosen at random*

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Earthlings by Sayaka Murata EN

Rating: 4 (10 votes)
Country: Asia / Japan flag Japan
Description:
From the beloved author of cult sensation Convenience Store Woman, which has now sold more than one million copies worldwide and has been translated into thirty-three languages, comes a spellbinding and otherworldly novel about a woman who believes she is an alien Sayaka Murata's Convenience Store Woman was one of the most unusual and refreshing bestsellers of recent years, depicting the life of a thirty-six-year-old clerk in a Tokyo convenience store. Now, in Earthlings, Sayaka Murata pushes at the boundaries of our ideas of social conformity in this brilliantly imaginative, intense, and abso... continue

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Life Ceremony : Stories by Sayaka Murata EN

Rating: 4 (2 votes)
Country: Asia / Japan flag Japan
Description:
The long-awaited first short story-collection by the author of the cult sensation Convenience Store Woman, tales of weird love, heartfelt friendships, and the unsettling nature of human existence With Life Ceremony, the incomparable Sayaka Murata is back with her first collection of short stories ever to be translated into English. In Japan, Murata is particularly admired for her short stories, which are sometimes sweet, sometimes shocking, and always imbued with an otherworldly imagination and uncanniness. In these twelve stories, Murata mixes an unusual cocktail of humor and horror to portra... continue