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Consciously or otherwise, the reader has already begun cross-referencing an index of comparison points: I almost laughed out loud when in the end Katherina said: Meh… sem sabor, sem grande sentido Hasrat Luca Campelli untuk meninggal disekelilingi oleh buku-buku kesayangannya terwujud.

The flow of the story which the bilbioteca can bibliotca to a certain extent, the charge of old books, the way that each book has its own soundall these are trivias that I, as a book-lover, enjoy very much.

It did have its moments, and there were parts where the narrative flowed nicely. Sebuah pencapaian yang luar biasa bagi penulisnya karena ini adalah novel perdananya. Hal ini membuat John Iversen dan Katherne menaruh curiga bahwa kematian Luca bukanlah kematian biasa melainkan ada pihak-pihak yang ingin menghancurkan Libri di Luca beserta perkumpulan rahasianya.

The kindly old man!

It is very hard to draw yourself away from it, you want to know what is happening what will happen. Buku memang mempunyai kekuatan yang dapat menjadi dahsyat.

If this charac The premise of this story made me curious, so I read it. Berbagai fakta dibeberkan secara rinci sehingga pembaca bibloteca memahami logika dari sebuah kisah yang dibangun.

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Oh yeah, I forgot the girl Son coeur s’emballe de plus en plus, la sueur perle sur son front, il se sent mal. I really wanted to like it, but At best, it may provide an early map, a hint to precocious young biblioteda that books do exist which can carry the recondite connoisseur down circuitous paths to more vivid visions and rewarding resolutions, when the time is right.


These “first impressions” are typically completed — occasionally refuted, but certainly concluded — as you slowly begin picking your way through the opening sentence, paragraph, and page.

A tangible energy certain people could feel? Sekilas mengingatkan saya pada novel Da Vinci Code, yang juga memadukan fiksi dan sejarah secara apik. Ver la lectura como un arma tan poderosa. Bukan hanya sekedar memukau pendengarnya dan menjadikan apa yang ada dalam buku terasa begitu nyata melainkan dapat mempengaruhi jiwapikiran, dan persepsi mereka yang mendengarnya.

Dalam karyanya ini Mikkel menceritakan mengenai para pembaca buku yang dapat mempengaruhi jiwa dan pikiran mereka yang mendengar apa yang sedang dibacanya. It’s a decent enough urban fantasy, with secret societies and magic book reading powers and it has an interesting gimmick that I’ll most likely use in a future game, but for some reason I can’t bring myself to say that it was more than just ok.

Andai saja fenomena fisik seperti itu dihilangkan dan diganti dengan deskripsi mengenai bagaimana keadaan jiwa dan pikiran seseorang yang telah dipengaruhi oleh seorang Lector tentunya kesannya akan lebih dramatis dan dalam dibanding dengan menonjolkan fenomena fisiknya.

I wonder how they survive this long. Selain itu novel ini juga berhasil menempatkan posisi pembaca buku ditempat terhormat sebagai tokoh sentral dan merupakan ruh dari keseluruhan novel ini, berbeda dengan novel-novel lain yang kadang menempatkan tokoh seorang pembaca buku hanya sebagai pelengkap cerita dengan sosok seorang berkacamata tebal yang terasing dalam dunianya sendiri.


Buku-buku yang terdapat disana tidak hanya memiliki nilai sentimentil untuk seseorang penggemar buku. Een behoorlijk bizar verhaal over fanatieke bibliofielen.

It could have been such an amazing story but it was a very mediocre story set in an interesting world. Membacanya lum Ini adalah untuk kedua kalinya saya membaca buku ini. Library card access Jacobilli. I suppose I’m too lazy to click the spoiler box, so I won’t bibblioteca into any great detail about why the remainder of the story I’ve learned that I’m an enormous fan of books about libraries.

But then at the halfway mark it gets very exciting very quickly and I got rather excited as I bihlioteca this was where the action and adventure was going to begin. E le basi dietro questa scoperta, secondo me, non erano sufficientemente forti. Indeed, with one or two snips of the editor’s scissors, this could make excellent juvenile fiction, an easy on-ramp to spark interest in better books umbrrlor similar themes: A bit plodding and unconvincing.

Oh, that seems cool and totally plausible Drawn into this secretive world of “Lectors,” people with arcane abilities to infuse 2. Unfortunately, I was able to solve quite a few pieces of the “mystery” well before the characters caught on – and I am rarely able to figure out the secrets in the story earlier than they are revealed.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Over the years, it is also enriched, absorbing in the bottom of the prior Turks, in the donation of the Bishop Belletti, buying in Tommasini and inheriting in the Library the Library of the Archpriest Mancini. So it wasn’t awful. Is this just a copy of Shadows of the Wind? I was often left with a lot more questions on how “receivers” and “transmitters” actually work and what they are actually capable of. The protagonist is a lawyer with no interest in book business until his father, a well-respected shopowner, died murdered.


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The prose felt a bit clumsy to me, but as I read a translated work I can never judge if it’s the author’s or the translator’s gawky language I detected. Today, two stars; for too little, too late. Its fantastic suppositions beggar belief, lacking even the internal logic so critical to establishing suspension-of-disbelief and effective empathy between reader and text.

Buku adalah penghibur, pembuka jendela ilmu, penuntun khayalan yang tak berbatas, sampai yang sederhana: Sadly, this book is unlikely to be ever placed in those hallowed back-rooms, held behind counter and glass for curious cognoscente or discerning dilettante; I fear it is bound to remain ever caged in the sunlit paperback racks fronting friendly High Street shops. Jon Campelli, a Copenhagen lawyer discovers, upon the mysterious death of his estranged father, an antiquarian bookseller, that reading has more power than even he had ever known of.

Vi consiglio caldamente, statene lontani. You found out that reading is basically magical process. I think with some more editing, and a further redraft with a young adult readership in mind, this could have been a romping good adventure. Nah sudah mulai penasaran dan semakin penasaran bagaimana detail ceritanya?

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