Literati has ratings and 37 reviews. Gift said: Ein ziemlich komplexes, originelles, spannendes aber auch oft frustrierendes Buch!Nach den ersten 1. p. Encuadernación en tapa dura de editorial con sobrecubierta ilustrada. McCrea, Barry Traducción de Luis Nacenta. Traducción de: The first verse . Literati: Barry McCrea, Luis Nacenta: Books –
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And t This is a pretty impressive first novel. He alienates himself I really enjoyed reading the novel and then it started to fizzle out on me towards the end. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
I read a short story b I don’t know litdrati this book was supposed to be about. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? My problem is that I filled in the blanks of the book with such zeal that I ended up thinking that the hero’s two companions were avatars of himself created by his deranged mind.
It’s very much a mystery, a bit of a thriller and even includes a compelling little love story. Not even a literary style ending, where sometimes the book just stops, but you know that’s the real end.
Jan 02, Ellen Johnson rated it really liked it Shelves: Ja, Dublin als Liferati ist spannend.
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So no This is a good novel, frightening in the real sense of the term inasmuch as the hero takes you along with him from sublimination, to obsession to insanity. I really enjoyed reading the novel and then it started to fizzle out on me towards the end. Don rated it liked it Nov 25, Overall however, a very gripping read and one I would recomme An intricately interesting read. May 15, Kathleen rated it liked it.
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Allerdings, wie viele anderen war auch ich mit dem Schluss total unzufrieden. Rick Stpierre rated it liked it Feb 27, This is about a young and litegati gay man – very young, I kept forgetting he was not even 20 as he often seemed older to me – who goes to university and meets some people who bring him into their book-based cult: Resucitamos el cementerio del pensamiento humano de todos los mccgea.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Above all, it struck me as an intricately wrought puzzle, and not until the last piece was in place did it all make sense. They ask questions out loud, and find the answers in random books, reading the random “first verse” that they land on Ein ziemlich komplexes, originelles, spannendes aber auch oft frustrierendes Buch! Plot goes mad towards the end, rather out-of-hand for the writer.
Bary, ist liiterati dein Ernst?!! So, of course, I was going to read this no matter what. Jul 10, Ron Mohring rated it it was ok Shelves: Fascinating and confusing story about a young gay man in Dublin who gets caught up in a book cult. Want to Read saving…. Overall however, a very gripping read and one I would recommend, though the ending had much to be desired.
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Still, I’ll give the author his due for an original plot and a gift with language. Dublin youth Niall Lenihan is a college freshman, closeted and adjusting to the freedom of being away from home for the first time. Explore the Home Gift Guide.
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It was really rather sad, how he closed out the book. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. The reader gets the impression that every passage, every word has been carefully chosen to fit into a larger, yet-to-be-revealed picture. Nida mccfea it liked it Dec 29, Anyone who can relate to the idea of being seduced by the written word will love this book and the believable, flesh-and-blood protagonist at its heart will have the reader rooting for him literatj the very last page.
Yet beneath the artistry of the writing and the relevance of its themes, this is, first and foremost, a compulsively readable story.