What i read in 2014: Hear The Wind Sing
I read the book during my weekend. I didn’t expect the book to be that short, to be honest, but i found myself pleasantly surprised to really enjoy it.
The story starts off with the narrator and how he came to write his first novel, and how hard it was for him (which i can relate), and after that it jumps back and forth to the moments of his life, from his past relationships with girls to his nice-but-short friendship with The Rat.
I got dragged into some of his contemplations about mundane things in his life, and i could actually feel like i was having the narrator sleeping next to me, mumbling about bits and bops of the 18 days he had spent in his hometown. I found beauty in the way he faced his life, and his introversion attracted me.
The only thing i dislike was the glimpse of loneliness that stroke me when i reached the end of the book.