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Vibrator kindle ß eBook 9780571210824 ✓ Mari Akasaka ✓ ➫ [Ebook] ➦ Vibrator By Mari Akasaka ➶ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Late one night Rei Hayakawa a troubled young freelance journalist is idling around the alcohol shelves of her local 24 hour convenience store when she catches sighThe wintry landscape of Japan aboard this stranger's longhaul truck But can the physical relationship that develops between them offer Rei what she needs and can she ever free herself from the dangerously self destructive tendencies that afflict her? The middle of this book is fantastic The beginning started as a cool exercise in paranoiadelusion but became tedious uickly and the last part got a little too abstract The very end last three pages or so were perfect thoughIt's only 130 pages so it's probably still worth reading for the middle Loveobsessionirrationality and all that typical jazz

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Late one night Rei Hayakawa a troubled young freelance journalist is idling around the alcohol shelves of her local 24 hour convenience store when she catches sight of a man across the waySuddenly she finds herself embarking on a road journey across This could have been called 'Vibrations' instead of 'Vibrator' The back of the book really did not explain the plot accurately at all making it out to be some raunchy love story Instead Vibrator is very much about a woman's struggles with serious mental health problems bulimia and hearing voices in her head The first part of the book is uite hard to get into as the characters inner voices are very intense and there is a lot about self induced vomiting that some people might find too much; though it is a very good depiction of bulimia and the thoughts that go with it though

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VibratorPart dirty realism part fairy tale Vibrator is a disturbing and highly original novel about the strange situations that life can put you in Exploring themes of liberation and entrapment it drives unflinchingly at the lonely heart of the lost generati The rambling style of narration used in this book really does not do it for me The language is crude one would think that it would fit the darker themes mental illness bulimia etc but it only manages to make the book hilarious in the wrong way