Mother’ that reveals the realities of a parent in today’s ultramodern and chaotic world. The author in this book says that motherhood can be as imposing as a trip to outer space without an oxygen mask. She shares her top five reads
Norwegian Wood – Haruki Murakami
My fascination for all things Japanese isn’t the only reason I like this book as much as I do. Norwegian Wood is an intense and exquisitely painful memoir of Toru Wantanabe, who I realised after reading the book, was my idea of a perfect man. No modern day author has addressed death, loss, grief and love in quite the same haunting way as Murakami has in Norwegian Wood.