Le premier livre que je lis d'Amélie. J'ai aimé.
What started out to be amusing soon turned ridiculously madcap—think Lucy at the chocolate factory madcap—and then jarringly serious. Japan‘s work culture is pretty screwed up, yes, but I ended up hating this holier-than-thou, idiotic gaijin protagonist—seemingly an autobiographical stand-in for the author herself—far more. Just revolting.