Bolinda Home Page

Login

Basket totals

Items:
0
Total:
AUD$ 0.00
(inc GST)

Search Results

You searched for '06 April 2021-06 July 2021'. 441 results were found.
To add items to your order, enter quantity and click 'add selected products to order'
At the End of the Matinee (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
At the End of the Matinee (MP3)
Written by:
Keiichiro Hirano 
Read by:
Brian Nishii 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
10 hours 51 minutes 
MP3 size:
469 MB 
Published:
April 15 2021 
Available Date:
April 15 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867531814 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; General Fiction; Literary Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Brilliance audio 
Qty
Format
Price
Bolinda price
AUD$ 39.95
AUD$ 39.95
 

Bestselling author
Award winning author

Blending the harmonies of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Nocturnes and the sensuality of Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love, At the End of the Matinee is an enchanting and thought-provoking love story.

Classical guitarist Satoshi Makino has toured the world and is at the height of his career when he first lays eyes on journalist Yoko Komine. Their bond forms instantly. Upon their first meeting, after Makino’s concert in Tokyo, they begin a conversation that will go on for years, with long spells of silence broken by powerful moments of connection. She’s drawn by Makino’s tender music and his sensitivity, and he is intrigued by Yoko’s refinement and intellect. But neither knows enough about love to see it blooming nor has the confidence to make the first move. Will their connection endure, weaving them back together like instruments in a symphony, or will fate lead them apart?

'There is no doubt that Keiichiro Hirano is an author with an extremely pioneering and modern spirit. His works have opened up a very imaginative space in analyzing and exploring the spiritual world of humanity.'
Sheng Keyi, author of Northern Girls and Death Fugue

'Hirano has continued to grapple with new themes ever since his debut. In this work, he has arrived at the primal question of what validates human existence.'
Yoko Ogawa, author of The Memory Police