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Smilla's Sense of Snow - Peter Høeg, Tiina Nunnally
Smilla's Sense of Snow
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When six-year-old Isaiah falls to his death from the top of their apartment building, Smilla Jasperson ignores police warnings to stay out of the investigation and follows clues that lead her to a Danish mining company. Reprint. NYT.
When six-year-old Isaiah falls to his death from the top of their apartment building, Smilla Jasperson ignores police warnings to stay out of the investigation and follows clues that lead her to a Danish mining company. Reprint. NYT.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780440218531 (0440218535)
Publisher: Dell Pub Co
Pages no: 499
Edition language: English
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Annie is reading ~
Annie is reading ~ rated it
2.0 Junish reads: Smilla's Sense of Snow, Peter Hoeg
This is a pretense: actually 150 pages were dividing me from the end, not 0 like the target "finished" would suggest. I hate doing it, I swear, I can bear nails on the blackboard, titanic non-sense, lethal lethargy or even coma just to finish a book completely. But recently the time has been tyrann...
Dessi
Dessi rated it
One of my most favourite books of all time. Forget the crime-plot twist. The exploration of cultural displacement, belonging and connection make it an absolutely amazing study of life.
the reader of books
the reader of books rated it
0.0 Smilla's Sense of Snow
I read half of this book -- to the part where smilla goes aboard a ship -- but could not deal with reading it any longer.
Don't Be Afraid of the Dork
Don't Be Afraid of the Dork rated it
3.0
Synopsis: When a small Inuit boy, Isaiah is found dead after having fallen off the roof of her apartment building, Smilla suspects his death was not an accident. The half Inuit Smilla had become very close to the boy and she becomes obsessed with finding the truth about his death. In a weird way ...
Seitenteich
Seitenteich rated it
3.0 Fräulein Smillas Gespür für Schnee
Das war hier wirklich ein Sprung in sehr kaltes Wasser. Der Stil des Autors wirkte auf mich kühl, fast schon klinisch und ich hatte das Gefühl, als wollte der Autor es dem Leser hier alles andere als einfach machen. Er gibt die Geschichte mehr wieder, als mit ihr bewusst unterhalten zu wollen und sp...
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