Murakami’s latest novel broke Japan’s internet pre-order records and Tokyo book shops opened at midnight to lines of eager fans. In this very special event, we present the first look at the highly-anticipated Killing Commendatore two days before its UK release with its translator Ted Goossen, a long-term reader and collaborator of Murakami’s, plus writer friends and fans David Mitchell, David Peace and Evie Wyld and readings from a special guest. Chaired by Georgina Godwin.
Line-up update: we’re delighted to announce that actor Julian Rhind-Tutt will be performing extracts from the novel.
The Times and The Sunday Times Forum is situated on the Montpellier Gardens site of The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival in the heart of Cheltenham (GL50 1UW).
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