Strangers - Taichi Yamada Reviews
Description:ISBN 0571224377 / Author: Taichi Yamada / Genre: Fiction / Memorably uncanny … the powerful mood of Strangers lingers well after its ... more
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by - written on 28/08/06 (Very useful, 211 readings)
Hideo Harada is a failed father and divorced. Left with very little, he retreats to his office and apartment to work on TV script writing. Only one woman lives in the same building and she tries to become friends but Harada is too busy and upset at his ex-wife. Living in a very busy area of Tokyo his depression becomes too much and he longs for a change so on his birthday he visits his birth town, Asakusa, and is stunned to see a man who strikingly resembles his long dead father. At the age of 48 he knows this could not be his father who died when he was 12 but before long he is reintroduced to his long dead parents. Are they real or is it just a hallucination brought on Read the complete review
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