A Japanese Book You Should Read: Tomorrow I Will Date With Yesterday’s You

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6 thoughts on “A Japanese Book You Should Read: Tomorrow I Will Date With Yesterday’s You

  1. Great review! I really want to read the book and watch the movie now! I really want to get back into Japanese and Korean films and TV shows, and watching this film may help me do that 🙂

    I’m drowning under piles of books right now though…so I’m not sure when I’ll get to it. Maybe if I tell my parents about it, they’ll get it somehow and force me to watch it with them 😛

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  2. Thank you very much!
    If I find another good Japanese book, I will review it here again! =D I hope you can get back into Japanese and Korean stuff again! XD

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  3. Hi! I didn’t want to read through your review since you said you had spoilers, but I did the very first part where you said you wished people outside of Japan could read it. I’m very interested in reading it! Do you know if they have English translations of the book? Then if I do get to read it, I’d love to read your review in full 🙂

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    1. Hi Elijaz94! Thanks for your comment! =)
      Right now, I don’t think they have anything translated yet… But they probably will since the book has been a huge success here, and has been drawing a lot of attention from other countries!

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  4. Cold Turkey indeed. I particularly love this phrase coming from you, Princess Protein Truth be told, I have no idea how long this pause will be, or how good I will be at staying away. Again, this is not a stellar sign that I am here spilling words into the comment box on what is supposed to be the first day of my vacation. We will see… I look forward to an energetic return to regular blogging and to brainstorming coaioboratllns with you in the very near future.

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  5. 19cThat’s funny, I was preaching on this just last Sunday. Had some fun with the gore, especially since there were kids present!His left-handedness is underscored by the fact that he was a Benjamite, which means “Son of the Right Hand!” And the Benjamites may well have trained people to be lefties (Judges 20:26).

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