The End of Mr Y
Publish date: July 5th 2007
Publisher: CANONGATE BOOKS LTD
Pages no: 452
Edition language: English
I read the paperback version of this book (first in 2013 and again in 2019). I have never read a book where so much care was taken in its presentation. The edition I read had a deeper coloured cover. The edges of the pages were blackened and the paper scented in a way which promised arcane knowledge...
There are some books that just swallow you up, aren't there? You just want to inhale as much of them as possible as fast as you can, and they kind of take over your life for a few days, and it's sad but also sort of a relief that you can go back to normal sane reading for a while. That was The End...
yeah it was alright, got boring and repetitive after a while.
Some very interesting concepts, ideas and thoughts are explored throughout The End of Mr Y and generally I found it to be an interesting and entertaining read .... Somewhat heavy subject matter written in a light and lively style. It was a nice introduction for me into quantum physics and thought ex...
When Ariel Manto, a PhD student working on research on though experiments comes across a book called 'The End of Mr. Y', a book she thought she would never find, a book so rare it is almost only known as a legend, on a second-hand book shop, Ariel has no idea how much her life will change because of...
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