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A Tokyo café has served precisely made coffee for over 100 years in a narrow alley. This coffee shop offers a unique experience: time travel.
In Before the Coffee Gets Cold, four visitors want to use the café’s time-traveling offer to confront the man who left them, receive a letter from their husband who has early-onset Alzheimer’s, see their sister one last time, and meet the daughter they never met.
Customers must sit in a specific seat, stay in the café, and return to the present before the coffee cools.
About Author Toshikazu Kawaguchi
In 1971, Toshikazu Kawaguchi was created in Osaka, Japan. Sonic Snail was his theatrical group. COUPLE, Sunset Song, and Family Time are his plays. Kawaguchi’ play Before the Coffee Gets Cold won the 10th Suginami Drama Festival.
Before the Coffee Gets Cold Book Summary
The novel Before The Coffee Get Cold is a charming and straightforward read. It takes place in a Japanese cafe where one particular seat enables time travel. There are many guidelines, but the most crucial one is that nothing that occurs during time travel can alter the present. The specifics of time travel’s sci-fi elements are not extensively covered in this story. Actually, it’s difficult to classify this work as science fiction. Four of the stories explore various relationships while emphasising the power of optimism in the face of adversity. The original way that time travel was used was appealing to me. It is simple to read while still being insightful.
This novel lifted my spirits like a hot cup of coffee on a cold day. Before the Coffee becomes Cold is a delightful, short story that will take readers to a secret café where they can travel across time, but they have to get back before the coffee becomes cold. We get to tag along with four separate tales of people who utilise time travel to make amends, get answers, or reassure loved ones.
While some readers may be put off by the book’s pacing and the fact that it relies more on conversation than descriptions, I found myself engrossed in the plot and the lessons sprinkled throughout. People from all walks of life tried to get back in contact with their loved ones, and it was bittersweet and adorable and affecting to watch them realise that they can’t change the past, but they can learn from it and be moved by it.
I’ve been looking at this book for months, eager to start reading it, and I’m so happy I finally did. A charming but sad read enveloped me like a warm embrace.