Number 9 Dream
Publish date: 2011
Pages no: 536
Edition language: Deutsch
I recently implied that David Mitchell could do no wrong. Without a doubt, he is a tremendously talented author. Then I began reading number9dream and was immediately worried I'd have to eat my words. number9dream starts unlike any other Mitchell book; sure Mitchell has an eclectic style, but there'...
You'll love it, or hate it. It's that kind of book. I loved it.
David Michell's (b. 1969) sophomore slump, written 2001 while he was still in his eight-year stint teaching English to technical students in Hiroshima, a step down from the 1999 debut 'Ghostwritten' and definitely weaker than the charmed 'Cloud Atlas,' number9dream sounds better in concept than in r...
I am finding difficulty in choosing between 3 and 4 stars on number9dream, but I will go with 3 because although there were truly wonderful parts where the language was mind-blowing, the story fell flat. This book is more of a show-off look how fancy I can write and imagine versus let me make a plot...
This is my third David Mitchell novel, and unfortunately it's my least favorite so far. Unlike his other works I've read, this is more conventional in that it's only really told from one point of view (aside from a few letters woven into the text here and there) and has a fairly linear narrative. Wh...
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