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Oct 18, M. Anyways I liked this. There were some stories that didn’t have an ending: There’s Chang, a Chinese immigrant who has a small stationary store but later violently attacks the main character.
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It was actually all good until the end. This book promises so much in the first third, oracull the second third much of what you were expecting changes to an uncertain direction, and by the closing nothing makes sense at all. I uaster forgive a lot of things in this book that I don’t morally agree with, but that just struck me as some preachy bit thrown in especially hearing Auster read it himself.
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Reading this was literally painful, like a novel churned out by an angsty teenager during a summer writing class.
Is it the same case as the sub-stories in the book — for one man A story within a story within a story, with intersecting characters. The main character in the book Sidney Orr, walks the streets of New York, recovering from a serious illness. In einem Bungalow-Hostel auf den Philippinen gefunden und beinahe verschlungen. During the first pages or so I thought it was a useless book, I was persistent just for exercise reading in English.
Despite all the intricacies of the plot, it often seems secondary to the way the story is told, the ideas it explores.
That the book promises to go somewhere, doesn’t, and then really underdelivers appears to be most of the point but it’s hard to care. May 13, Rebecca Gransden rated it it was amazing. Some notes of fantasy that were intriguing. Y en paralelo a la novela de Nick, Orr va contando la novela de su propia vida, de su matrimonio con Grace, una mujer cuyo pasado desconoce Orr alternates between the tale he is writing and his real life, which becomes increasingly mysterious and which, in some ways, begins to mirror other well-known works of literature show more.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. But the ending feels rushed, and the whole strung-out-son-of-a-family-friend who suddenly pops up to wreak havoc in everyone’s lives feels kind of like a cheap deus ex machina.
The way in of the story within a story within nochhe story within a going on for infinity is almost the least relevant aspect when experiencing this novel.
It was a depressed story all over the place and I almost felt as if it was just written with no preparations in one sitting, so I’m giving it 2 stars.
Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Autser of I must say I belong to the latter category. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. What I also really auxter about this novel is it stimulated my own thinking about a number of themes including feeling trapped o, the day day jobthe fantasy of walking away from it all flitcraft and the realization that without any integrated change, you’ll repeat the same pattern, etc.
Feb 15, Jeremy added it Shelves: When the day came for me to leave the hospital, I barely knew how to walk anymore, could barely remember who I was supposed to be Which is good writing.
La Noche del Oraculo : Paul Auster :
One of the best Austers I’ve read, seriously. This book was especially frustrating as the magic of the little blue journal is never explained or made explicit enough and dropped midway, just as the footnotes of background story about his relationship with his wife are dropped, making the book stylistically lop-sided.
We all know that, but the moment we go beyond a catalogue of surface qualities and appearances, words begin to fail us, to crumble apart in mystical confusions and cloudy, unsubstantial metaphors. Paul Auster’s mesmerizing eleventh novel reads like an old-fashioned ghost story. I have added a blue notebook to my Christmas wishlist.