A great follow-up to "A Wild Sheep Chase," which continues the story with the same narrator from the first book.
The main character is pulled back to the hotel where things first got really weird, but the hotel is gone. It has been replaced with a large, luxury hotel with the same name. Everything is sleek and new, except for the fact that there are strange stories and rumors of elevator experiences. Stories that get hushed and put away.
If you liked "A Wild Sheep Chase," you will likely enjoy this book too. I would NOT recommend reading "Dance Dance Dance" without first having read the other book, though, because there is so much backstory. One would feel very, very lost (more than the normal Murakami disorientation).
Published Jan. 4, 1994 by Kodansha International, Distributed in the U.S. by Kodansha America.