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Ghostwritten - David Mitchell
Ghostwritten
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UK first impression of the large-format paperback original. Good only overall with some grubbiness to page edges and some creasing to spine. Sceptre 1999.
UK first impression of the large-format paperback original. Good only overall with some grubbiness to page edges and some creasing to spine. Sceptre 1999.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780340739747 (0340739746)
Publisher: Sceptre
Pages no: 436
Edition language: English
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MikeDI
MikeDI rated it
1.0 Ghostwritten
I f3elt this book was pure garbage. In fact I created a file just for it - Garbage. What a waste of time.
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
5.0 Ghostwritten by David Mitchell
5 of 5 stars bookshelves: published-1999, japan, autumn-2010 Read from October 08, 2010 to August 29, 2014 This has sucked me in straight away. I heart David Mitchell and it's not just that I am reading it before sleep that some images (and the toons as well of course) pervade my dreams, it is ...
Chris Blocker
Chris Blocker rated it
5.0 Ghostwritten
This is a hard book to rate because, let's be honest, it's David Mitchell: that's an automatic 5-star rating there. But knowing that it's David Mitchell, I find this book a little lacking. It's his first novel; it's not perfect. Despite its imperfections, however, it still destroys most of its compe...
Musings of a Bibliomaniac
Musings of a Bibliomaniac rated it
3.0 Review : Ghostwritten by David Mitchell
"I wonder what happened to him, I wonder what happened to all of them, this wondering is the nature of matter, each of us a loose particle, an infinity of paths through the park, probable ones, improbable ones, none of them real until observed whatever real means, and for something so solid matter c...
The English Student
The English Student rated it
3.0 Ghostwritten - David Mitchell
After the general amazingness of Cloud Atlas (the book and the film), I thought I'd give Mitchell's first novel, Ghostwritten, a try. Like Cloud Atlas, it follows the stories of several characters (nine, in this case) whose lives interlock and interact with each other. There are even a couple of old...
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