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How to keep the reader engaged in a novel where “not much happens”?
That actually reminds me bit of Haruki Murakami's work. He's a master of describing thoughts and seemingly mundane conversations. You might want to read some of his books like Norwegian Wood, Sputnik Sweetheart and Kafka on the Shore.