It takes so little time for writers like Haruki Murakami to abduct you into their mind-bending worlds. Revisiting some of these first lines will make you laugh, while others will make you wonder. The rest might even bore you a little, despite how exciting the novel ends up. Here are the best first lines from his most well known short stories, novels, and even his memoir.
Triumph TR6 (1969-1976) This iteration of the Triumph roadster has a squared-off front and rear end and a long hood line from which a throaty, signature rumble came. The 6-cylinder TR6 was sharper and more fun to drive than the big block muscle cars that dominated the early '70s. And it would be one of the last ragtops still sold in 1970's America.