Japanese books about nothing
I adore Japanese fiction. The eastern way, where feelings are guarded deeply but explored over internal Monologues resonates strongly with me.
After my teens, where I consumed tons of animes and mangas, I found myself in books written by authors like Haruki Murakami, Hiromi iKawakami, and Banana Hashimoto.
These slice-of-life stories where nothing happens — but a more profound meaning is convened — enables me to attain a kind of peace that I can't find nowhere else.