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A pile of books II

Published: Tuesday 2005-11-08.

A year and a half ago I published a picture of my pile of books I hadn’t read yet. Now I thought that an update was due… I didn’t quite get through the books I had coming up last year, I did read two, quit half-way through a third and haven’t started at all on the fourth one. Here is my current pile of unread books:

[A pile of unread literature]

In addition to those I’m currently reading Angels and Demons by Dan Brown (in English), I bought a collection of four books by Dan Brown after having read The Da Vinci Code (in Swedish).

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Hmm, personally I didn't think 'The Da Vinci Code' was compelling enough to go out and buy other Dan Browns. Maybe I'm weird.

I can recommend 'The Worthing Saga' though, that was a pleasure to read (and to think about - Card usually buts some nice moral dillemas in his stories). Even though it's a bit unbalanced because of the way it was written (several parts independantly over several years).

  • Date: 2005-11-09 07.27.42 CET
  • Name: Peter Karlsson
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Dan Brown is quite ok, I think, although I notice that Angels and Demons is almost the same book as The Da Vinci Code, just with a different setting.

I am also looking forward to reading The Worthing Saga, as I like Card's way of writing, I have read all of the Ender books and absolutely fell in love with them...

  • Datum: 2005-11-11 11.20.41 CET
  • Namn: David Hall
  • Vävplats: http://www.moonhouse.se/
  • Sänt från: ***************.telia.com

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