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The Hole, by Hiroko Oyamada

Hiroko Oyamada, The Hole

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  • What buyers say about The Hole, by Hiroko Oyamada


    A novella that would make a great movie, "The Hole" follows Asa after her husband transfers jobs and they move out of the city and into a house next to her mother-in-law.


    Other readers may find The Hole more rewarding than I did, as Laura Van Den Berg has said about Hiroko Oyamada.


    The language in the story is so pure that it could not have been easy to translate.


    I liked the pace of the book and the way it made me understand what I thought I knew about the story before the end.


    This is a very well written and well translated story, 92 pages, that makes you feel like you have read an entire novel.

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