All of Us Strangers [Movie Tie-in]: A Novel (Paperback)

All of Us Strangers [Movie Tie-in]: A Novel By Taichi Yamada, Wayne P. Lammers (Translated by) Cover Image
By Taichi Yamada, Wayne P. Lammers (Translated by)
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Description


Now a Major Motion Picture starring Andrew Scott, Paul Mescal, Claire Foy, and Jamie Bell.

A man is drawn back to his childhood home and discovers his parents living just as they were on the day they died thirty years before…

Screenwriter Harada is disconnected from the world. Lonely and jaded, he’s drifted apart from his son and is dismissive when approached with gestures of friendship, including from a lonely and mysterious tenant who lives in his mostly empty apartment building.

One night, when Harada returns to the dilapidated downtown district of Tokyo where he grew up, he meets a man who looks exactly like his long-dead father. And so begins Harada’s ordeal, thrust into a reality where his parents appear to be alive at the exact age they had been when they died many years earlier.

Deeply felt, searching, and profound, All of Us Strangers is a beautiful meditation on loss and the connection between familial love and romantic love. 

About the Author


Taichi Yamada (1934–2023) was an award-winning author and screenwriter. His works include Ijin-tachi to no Natsu (winner of the prestigious Yamamoto Shugoro Prize), originally published in English as Strangers; In Search of a Distant Voice; and I Haven’t Dreamed of Flying for a While.

Praise For…


“Deeply satisfying…a wonderful study of grief and isolation.”  — Daily Mail (UK)

“A sharp, chilling contemporary ghost story.” — Scotsman

"Powerful." — The Guardian

"Sexy, insightful and frequently funny." — Irish Examiner

"An eerie ghost story written with hypnotic clarity...He is among the best Japanese writers I have read." — Bret Easton Ellis

"A cerebral and haunting ghost story … Highly recommended." — David Mitchell



Product Details
ISBN: 9780063411524
ISBN-10: 0063411520
Publisher: Mariner Books
Publication Date: February 6th, 2024
Pages: 208
Language: English