n 1978, Haruki Murakami Was Twenty-Nine And Running A Jazz Bar In Downtown Tokyo. One April Day, The Impulse To Write A Novel Came To Him Suddenly While Watching A Baseball Game. That First Novel, Hear The Wind Sing, Won A New Writers' Award And Was Published The Following Year. More Followed, Including A Wild Sheep Chase And Hard-Boiled Wonderland And The End Of The World, But It Was Norwegian Wood, Published In 1987, That Turned Murakami From A Writer Into A Phenomenon. His Books Became Bestsellers, Were Translated Into Many Languages, Including English, And The Door Was Thrown Wide Open To Murakami's Unique And Addictive Fictional Universe.
This is the real world, there is no doubt about that.
But in this world, there are two moons in the sky.
In this world, the fates of two people, Tengo and Aomame, are closely intertwined. They are each, in their own way, doing something very dangerous. And in this world, there seems no way to save them both.