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Before the coffee gets cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi  book pdf download


  • Book Name: Before the Coffee Gets Cold
  • Authors: Toshikazu Kawaguchi
  • Pages: 156
  • Genre: Fantasy Fiction
  • Publish Date: Sep 19, 2019
  • Language: English

Book Summary:

Before the coffee gets cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi this book was originally published in Japanese and in early 2020 or late 2019 this book was translated and published in English. In late 2020, the audiobook was published in English. There's over a million copies sold, so best seller. What is the book about? 

The book is about a cafe in Japan where you can time travel. The crux of it, "What would you change if you could travel back in time? If you could go back, who would you meet?" The book is broken into four parts: 

The Lovers, Husband and Wife, The Sisters, and Mother and Child. Each section starts with the person in the cafe trying to go back in time. There's a lot of rules that come with the time travel. It's not exactly what it seems.

You can't just show up, go back and time and do what you want. That made it more interesting to me. Now let's talk about what I liked about the book. I think I liked the tone, the writing style, and the story structure. 

This is set in Tokyo over the course of the summer, it's broken up into four sections but they're all interconnected with people either working at the cafe, visiting the cafe, etc. 

I think what I really liked about this was the tone, it was gentle. It talked about topics, real-life topics that were so relevant during 2020 for me. People that changed. People that passed away. People that had left. Trying to get them back. This story isn't as much fantasy. 

I think I did go in thinking it would be more heavy fantasy, but this was more magical realism than anything. This was mostly about human relationships. This was mostly about love. And I think a lot of the themes that 

I took away at least were cherishing the time you have with people, cherishing the moments and the past for what it was and what it is. And accepting it and letting it go. 

Not holding on to the past whether it was bad or good. Not holding on to an idea of a person but also cherishing the moments you have with people while you have them. The themes of this book really resonated with the themes of last year for me and I think a lot of people as well. 

It was set in a coffee shop, but somehow you know my favorite things about coffee shops, like the taste of the smooth coffee, which I now have perfected at home but that's not the point. 

Like that gentle feeling, that cozy feeling, I got that from this book despite the heaviness of last year and the themes of this book. This book really made me appreciate my moments. 

It coincided with a lot of the growth I had last year and the awakenings I had last year in terms of thinking about, how was I cherishing every moment? Because there was a lot of death, there was a lot of changes, a lot of people you weren't gonna see again. So I really appreciated this book. 

I didn't really have any dislikes. Toshikazu Kawaguchi used to be a playwright so this might have been their first novel. But the structure of the story didn't bother me. My last review, if you saw my review of The Deep by Rivers Solomon, I really like short stories and interconnected stories. 

I don't really feel annoyed when people stray away from the novel format. There were some critiques that thought the book felt like a stage play. 

But I didn't really feel like that. Something else I really liked was, and I don't know if this is a Japanese fiction thing, because I'm reading another Japanese book one of you actually suggested. 

I won't say what it is because I don't wanna jinx it because I really like it so far. But I don't know if that's a Japanese fiction thing to just start in one direction, like you really think one thing is happening. 

And then wow, we're here now and it was a smooth ride to the opposite of what I thought was happening. I don't know enough yet, but I really like that energy we had going on. Oh I thought this was one thing, but we're dealing with a whole bunch of other issues I didn't know about. 

But I thought this was so well done and beautifully done. I don't know, I really enjoyed this, just thinking about it gives me these cozy vibes. This book was charming. It was heartwarming. 

This book was beautifully done and executed on topics that really just resonated so. I would definitely recommend this to you if you like any of those things, interconnected stories, short stories sort of. 

Magical realism. Stories about relationships, not just the romantic kind. Let me know if you read this, if you wanna read this.



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