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Invisible - Paul Auster, Christine Le Bœuf
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9782330006587 (2330006586)
Publisher: Babel
Pages no: 304
Edition language: French
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Mirkat Always Reading
Mirkat Always Reading rated it
4.0 Invisible
I was planning a long, thoughtful, and very thorough review of this. I began a draft the very next morning after completing the audiobook (lying in bed listening to the last little bit and going into denial that it was suddenly over). But then I put it aside and let too much time pass. Gosh darn ...
Book Candy
Book Candy rated it
3.5 Invisible
Dear Reader, I selected to read this in Audio book format. Paul Auster reads his books beautifully (in my opinion) and I can never resist the chance to listen to his hypnotizing voice. I was under the impression that everyone would enjoy his narration just as much, however, I found out that not ev...
Bookish Pixels
Bookish Pixels rated it
5.0 Invisible
What's not to like.. Wonderfully open-ended, multiple narrative perspectives, stories-within-stories, facts blending with fiction, clashing testimonies and a lot of meta-fiction to keep the thinker in me going..A great sample of its metafictive analysis can be found here.I would read it again, just ...
Beth's List Love on Booklikes
Beth's List Love on Booklikes rated it
I shook his hand for the first time in the spring of 1967. I was a second-year student at Columbia then, a know-nothing boy with an appetite for books and a belief (or delusion) that one day I would become good enough to call myself a poet, and because I read poetry, I had already met his namesake i...
JulieM rated it
4.0 Invisible (Rough Cut)
This book will stay with you for a long time. Adam Walker, a Columbia English student, randomly meets Rudolph Born and his girlfriend Margot at a party. Born makes Adam a job offer to produce a poetry magazine - an amazing coup, for any student. But things seem not quite right and an unexpected ...
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