In "Novels," I have compiled reviews of novels. While my reviews of documentaries and non-fiction also cover works from other countries, my focus for novels is almost entirely on Japanese authors. Therefore, I chose works that I thought that "what I thought through the work" would have universal value.
[Review] The Beauty of a Distorted Relationship: “Let Me Eat Your Pancreas” (Sumino Yoru)Relationships with others usually end up being labeled as "friend," "lover," or "family," and once labeled, we're bound by those terms. I'll be writing about "the miracle of an unnamed relationship" and "how to express strong feelings for someone" based on the novel "Let Me Eat Your Pancreas."
[Summary] What “Convenience Store Woman” Teaches Us About Being Yourself (Author Murata Sayaka)Even in her 30s, Furukura-san is still unmarried and works at a convenience store, causing people to view her as an "odd person who deviates from the norm". But is that really the case? Based on "Convenience Store Woman", it is suggested whether the majority of people are not making their own choices in life.