Man, that was painful. I wonder why she wrote it? For all I know it's ground-breaking in its concepts, except that sexually adventurous women appear often enough in Playboy and its ilk; or maybe many straight women want torread about ending up as successful authors with a younger guy romantically in love with them and bitterly jealous of any other man who comes near them? Pity. It had a neat premise, but 'to live is to screw' is a mindset I don't care for outside of doujinshi-- and increasingly, not even there. D is for Deadbeat The Sunday Philosophy Club Strange Tales- Kipling Lovers, Friends, Chocolate Lizard The Mao Case Strangers Sorcery and Cecelia Hardboiled Wonderland Reigning Cats and Dogs Windup Bird Chronicle Kafka on the Shore
Not a thing in Japanese, alas. Six mainstream lit works, four mysteries, two fantasies. Not bad at all.