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Read & download à eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF µ Keiichirō HiranoAlthough At the End of the Matinee shares stylistic and thematic similarities with Keiichir Hirano s A Man it makes for a far less intriguing ead
At the End of the Matinee lacks the psychological edge that made A Man into suchthe End of the Matinee lacks the psychological edge that made A Man into such compelling ead The story and characters of At the End of the Matinee have little depth and as the narrative progresses and the storyline veers into melodrama I found myself growing increasingly frustrated by what I was Mathruhridayam reading and disappointed too considering that abrupt ending aside I found A Man to be a well written and engagingead The opening pages of At the End of the Matinee are very eminiscent of the ones from A Man Readers are informed that the story they are about to ead is eal and that to protected their privacy this unnamed author has altered certain details such as their names Yet whereas this fiction posing as true story device fitted A Man given that the novel adopts a story within a story structure here it just seemed a half hearted attempt to make Satoshi and Yoko s story interesting to the eader This prologue after all has no eal impact on
remainder of the narrativeSet the mid to late 2000s At the End of the Matinee ecounts the love story between Makino a classic guitarist who as of late has become a wee bit disillusioned by his playing and performances and Yoko a journalist daughter of a Japanese mother and a Croatian father who happens to be a The House That Had Enough renowned film director The two are introduced after one of Makino s performances through a friend of Yoko and immediately hit it off Yoko is however engaged to a generic American manDespite the distance between them Makino is in Japan or on tours that take him all over the world while Yoko who is based in France is for a periodeporting from Ira the two begin an email correspondence Their connection to and feelings for one another are intensified by their virtual exchanges Makino believes they are meant to be togeth. Bestselling author Keiichiro Hirano offers a timeless ode to love’s fragility and its esilience in this delicate award winning novelClassical guitarist Satoshi Makino has toured the world and is at the height of his career when he first lays eyes on journalist Yoko Komine Their bond forms instantlyUpon their first meeting after. ,The Remainder Of The NarrativeSet
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Their eunion is complicated Jalila who was forced to leave Baghdad and is now staying with Yoko Yoko who is also dealing with PTSD from her experiences in Ira is unwilling to leave Jalila by herself so her elationship with Makino is postponed It became uite clear that Yoko cared very little for her American fianc e and he merely functions as a plot *Device To Make Yoko Unavailable *to make Yoko unavailable is also going through a musical crisis of sorts he feels like he is no longer a musical prodigy and that he does not compare to up and coming young musicians The guyFrance Their Reunion Is Complicated
was bland he is the kind of malebland he is the kind of male you could expect in a work by Murakami Yoko instead is the kind of female character that was clearly written by a man Her love for Makino makes her all the beautiful and she ached to give herself to him with total abandon to dissolve in his arms After Makino declares himself to her she immediately wants to marry him and have his child And we are supposed to believe that a female journalist in the 2000s has never been confronted by an arrogant and or condescending man Yeah two days ago a British man who knew full well that I am Italian felt the need to tell me about how the est of Italy views RomeHalf way through the novel Pimpinella Meerprinzessin 1: Ankunft im Muschelschloss (German Edition) reaches sky high levels of miscommunication and I hated how things unfolded I just did not buy into any of it It also seemed far too easy to make certain characters into bad eggs make Yoko and Makino s behaviour seem just And I am so sick of this kind of clich d portrayal of women Yoko with her unself conscious beauty the other woman is vapid and big breasted a trollop clearly and the jealous woman whose jealousy knows no bounds The story is brimming with platitudes Happiness was having someone with whom to share all the everyday experiences and spirals into soap opera levels of melodrama There are attempts to make Makino and Yoko Not Like Other Peo. Makino’s concert in Tokyo they begin a conversation that will go on for years with long spells of silence broken by powerful moments of connection She’s drawn by Makino’s tender music and his sensitivity and he is intrigued by Yoko’sefinement and intellect But neither knows enough about love to see it blooming nor has Ple because they talk extensively of literature but I found their comparison to Death In Venice to be both contrived and ill fitting also they do not seem to feel the need to point out that Aschenbach s obsession with Tadzio isproblematic to say the least At the End of the Matinee was a vexing ead The story is clich d the characters lack depth the obstacles that keep Yoko and Makino apart were overdone and I found myself annoyed by almost every single thing I was Défendre Jacob reading like having Yoko and Makino be Jalila s saviours bah If you have notead anything by this author I suggest you pick up A Man instead Senz altro uno dei libri pi belli letti uest anno difficilmente inuadrabile in un filone specifico Parla un linguaggio universale di sentimenti emozioni amori ed amicizie che non hanno confini geografici Se mi perdonate il paragone sono sempre approssimativi ma tanto per dare l idea come leggere Mari s con una scrittura ancora
Pi Raffinata Ed Una Trama Pi Solida Senza Esagerare Perraffinata ed una trama pi solida senza esagerare per storia di due affermati professio This was uite a disappointment for me I enjoyed the authors novel A ManI found the story too slow for my taste and the constant epetition of this and that song and the mention of that particular movie this made me oll my eyes a lot Readers who are familiar with this kind of music will probably have a way better experience than I didWe trudged through all the inner thoughts and monologues for what I disliked the twist at the end immensely and found that the story didn t satisfy me I also didn t get the point the author wanted to make I understood the whole midlife crisisstagnationreinvention side of things but #THE ENDING ALMOST MADE ME ANGRYI # ending almost made me angryI only suggest this if you have an interest in musicThank you Netgalley for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest Black Gold in North Dakota review At the End of the Matinee by Hirano Keiichiro is a character drive contemporary tale of aelationship that has p 33 2 He confidence to make the first move Will their connection endure weaving them back together like instruments in a symphony or will fate lead them apartBlending the harmonies of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Nocturnes and the sensuality of Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love At the End of the Matinee is an enchanting and thought provoking love stor.