INSTANT REVIEW: Kafka on the Shore, pg 1-106

Things I have noticed, so far:

  • The main character wakes up covered in blood with no memory of why.
  • A character has hemophilia, although unfortunately for my theory it is a different character.
  • The book is foreshadowing that half of the main character’s “shadow” is shared with someone else, who hasn’t been the same ever since he went into a coma and lost his memory.

I therefore conclude that all post-2000 Japanese literature plagiarises Tsukihime.

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