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Els meus dies a la llibreria Morisaki
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Els meus dies a la llibreria Morisaki (2010)

Sarjat: Morisaki Bookshop (1)

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Twenty-five-year-old Takako has enjoyed a relatively easy existence, until the day her boyfriend Hideaki, the man she expected to wed, casually announces he's been cheating on her and is marrying the other woman. Suddenly, Takako's life is in freefall. She loses her job, her friends, and her acquaintances, and spirals into a deep depression. In the depths of her despair, she receives a call from her distant uncle Satoru. An unusual man who has always pursued something of an unconventional life, especially after his wife Momoko left him out of the blue five years earlier, Satoru runs a second-hand bookshop in Jimbocho, Tokyo's famous book district. Takako once looked down upon Satoru's life. Now, she reluctantly accepts his offer of the tiny room above the bookshop rent-free in exchange for helping out at the store. The move is temporary, until she can get back on her feet. But in the months that follow, Takako surprises herself when she develops a passion for Japanese literature, becomes a regular at a local coffee shop where she makes new friends, and eventually meets a young editor from a nearby publishing house who's going through his own messy breakup. But just as she begins to find joy again, Hideaki reappears, forcing Takako to rely once again on her uncle, whose own life has begun to unravel. Together, these seeming opposites work to understand each other and themselves as they continue to share the wisdom they've gained in the bookshop.… (lisätietoja)
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Days at the Morisaki Bookshop (tekijä: Satoshi Yagisawa (Author)) (2010)

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A very pleasant story. Part I is the better, as it focuses on the bookshop itself, and how the discovery of reading (rather too miraculously) alters the disposition of the sullen young lady who has taken refuge in her uncle's place of business. The rest of the book devotes its attention to the uncle's missing wife, leaving the bookshop as a hazy background setting with no further influence on the characters or the plot. ( )
  dono421846 | Jun 1, 2024 |
Es un libro genial y muy facil de leer, aunque sea muy corto, los personajes y la historia están muy bien desarrollados, una historia que a cualquiera le gustaría ( )
  kiwi452 | Mar 14, 2024 |
This is a book of two halves. The first half follows the disappointment of Takako as her apparent love-life disintegrates before her eyes. She abandons her job and eventually takes refuge at the Morisaki Bookshop owned by her uncle. There she lives in a room above the shop and slowly recharges her batteries under the care of her very kind uncle and his eclectic set of devoted customers. Once she is able to confront her deceitful “boyfriend” she is well on her way to recovery.

The second half of the book is centred on Takako’s uncle, Satoru, whose wife Momoko had left him five years earlier. Her sudden reappearance sends shockwaves through the whole used-bookstore community. Satoru enlists his niece’s help in ferreting out both why Momoko left and why she came back, and, more important, whether she is back for good.

This second story is ultimately both very sad and heartwarming. So be prepared for tears and joy. Such sentimentality is perhaps not unusual in Japanese popular fiction and no doubt explains why this book was such a success in Japan.

Gently recommended. ( )
  RandyMetcalfe | Mar 8, 2024 |
Sim, devemos regressar onde fomos felizes.E à livraria Morisaki, lugar de histórias únicas, voltamos com Takako, para descobrir um dos romances japoneses mais mágicos do ano.
Estamos novamente em Tóquio, mais concretamente em Jimbocho, o bairro das livrarias, onde os leitores encontram o paraíso. Entre elas está a livraria Morisaki, um negócio familiar cuja especialidade é literatura japonesa contemporânea, há anos gerida por Satoru, e mais recentemente com a ajuda da mulher, Momoko. Além do casal, a sobrinha Takako é presença regular na Morisaki, e é ela quem vai tomar conta da livraria quando os tios seguem numa viagem romantic oferecida pela jovem, por ocasião do aniversário de casamento.
Como já tinha acontecido, Takako instala-se no primeiro andar da livraria e mergulha, instantaneamente, naquele ambiente mágico, onde os clientes são especiais e as pilhas de livros formam uma espécie de barreira contra as coisas menos boas do mundo. Takako está entusiasmada, como há muito não se sentia, mas… porque está o tio, Satoru, a agir de forma tão estranha? E quem é aquela mulher que continua a ver, repetidamente, no café ao lado da livraria?
Regressemos à livraria Morisaki, onde a beleza, a simplicidade e as surpresas estão longe, bem longe de acabar. ( )
  Jonatas.Bakas | Mar 7, 2024 |
I loved the descriptions of bookstores, falling in love with reading, & sharing your favorite novel. Some things felt like they were lost in translation. I didn’t feel much of an emotional connection to the main characters, but some of that might have been a cultural difference. It seemed like the book headed in a very different direction in the second half. Definitely still enjoyed it, but I was wishing for something I couldn’t put my finger on.

“I don’t think it really matters whether you know a lot about books or not. That said, I don’t know that much myself. But I think what matters far more with a book is how it affects you.”

“It's only in secondhand books that you can savor encounters like this, connections that transcend time. And that's how I learned to love the secondhand bookstore that handled these books, our Morisaki Bookshop. I realized how precious a chance I'd been given, to be part of that little place, where you can feel the quiet flow of time.” ( )
  bookworm12 | Mar 4, 2024 |
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Twenty-five-year-old Takako has enjoyed a relatively easy existence, until the day her boyfriend Hideaki, the man she expected to wed, casually announces he's been cheating on her and is marrying the other woman. Suddenly, Takako's life is in freefall. She loses her job, her friends, and her acquaintances, and spirals into a deep depression. In the depths of her despair, she receives a call from her distant uncle Satoru. An unusual man who has always pursued something of an unconventional life, especially after his wife Momoko left him out of the blue five years earlier, Satoru runs a second-hand bookshop in Jimbocho, Tokyo's famous book district. Takako once looked down upon Satoru's life. Now, she reluctantly accepts his offer of the tiny room above the bookshop rent-free in exchange for helping out at the store. The move is temporary, until she can get back on her feet. But in the months that follow, Takako surprises herself when she develops a passion for Japanese literature, becomes a regular at a local coffee shop where she makes new friends, and eventually meets a young editor from a nearby publishing house who's going through his own messy breakup. But just as she begins to find joy again, Hideaki reappears, forcing Takako to rely once again on her uncle, whose own life has begun to unravel. Together, these seeming opposites work to understand each other and themselves as they continue to share the wisdom they've gained in the bookshop.

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