This is an interesting little book. It's only 98 pages or so, but they pack a lot in. There is a biography of Murakami, that involves a lot of psychological analysis and history (with lots of quotes taken from interviews - which is what I really enjoyed.)
Then it has a "reader's guide" with a breakdown of events and character relationships (and is keen enough to give relevant information/characters from his other works.) Then there is a "discussion questions" section (which I skipped) and another "discussions section" which analyises the book in reference to his whole body of work.
Finally there is a short bibliography and "other references" (although the websites are kind of dated- and don't even list his official Random House page.)
Totally worth buying (if not getting on here) - if only for the biography, though rabid fans may already know most of the biographical bits.