Days at the Morisaki Bookshop (PDF/ePub) By Satoshi Yagisawa

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Book Name:Days at the Morisaki Bookshop
Author:Satoshi Yagisawa
Series森崎書店の日々(Days at the Morisaki Bookshop) #1
Language:English/Japani
File Type:PDF/ePub
Pages146
PDF Size1.32 MB
ePub Size907 KB
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The heartfelt New York Times bestseller about second chances, friendship, and the power of the written word.

The Jimbocho area of Tokyo is a hidden gem for readers. A used bookstore can be found in a quaint little corner of an ancient wooden building.

Despite her family’s ownership of the Morisaki Bookstore for three generations, 25-year-old Takako has never developed a passion for literature. Her uncle Satoru, who lost his wife Momoko five years ago, has put his heart and soul into his bookstore.

Takako unwillingly accepts her eccentric uncle’s offer to live rent-free in the little room above the business after hearing that her fiancé is getting married to someone else. While visiting the Morisaki bookshop in search of quiet solace, Takako is taken by surprise when she discovers entire worlds within its shelves.

Satoru and Takako find they have more in common as the summer turns to autumn. They can learn something new about themselves, each other, and the curative power of literature at the Morisaki bookstore.

About The Author Satoshi Yagisawa

Satoshi Yagisawa in Tokyo, Japan is a Japanese musician. He went to the Musashino Academy of Music and got his diploma. He also took lessons for a master’s degree and got a master of music degree. He then did study on music for two years.

Days at the Morisaki Bookshop Book Summary

I’ve wanted to read this book for a long time, and now I finally have the chance to do so. Teenage Takako is the story’s protagonist; she is rocked from one day to the next by her fiance’s announcement that they are getting married. But there’s a catch.
This should be enough to convince Takako to pay her uncle Satoru, the owner of a bookstore, a visit.

I used to dwell in a room on the first floor that was surrounded by books. The air there had a “buio e angusto, umido, pervaso of the odour of muffa typical of old paper.” Despite this, I will never let go of the recollections that I have of those times, since it was at that time that my life, my actual life, started. Without having that experience, everything would have been lot more on the surface, banal, and uninteresting.

These stacks of books help Takako discover who she really is; it’s enjoyable to read so many titles by authors considered to be among the greatest in Japanese literature. While books help Takako rediscover her true self, Satoru will be able to heal from his wounds thanks to the presence of his niece.

The Morisaki Bookstore may be found at the end of a street lined with used bookstores. It’s small, it’s old, and it doesn’t seem like business is going particularly well. There aren’t many customers around. It covers a narrow range of literature, and familiarity with it is unlikely unless the reader is an expert or enthusiast in the field.Even Nevertheless, there are many who adore this location. Uncle Satoru always says that the love of these people is more than enough for him, and I find it endearing. As much as I adore the Morisaki Bookstore’s proprietor.

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A tale of everlasting bonds, love, marriage, and reconciliation. A story within books, where the keys to solving problems and giving meaning to one’s life are hidden within the pages of books.

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