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The Infinite Library pdf The Infinite Library , ebook The Infinite Library , epub The Infinite Library , doc The Infinite Library , e-pub The Infinite Library , The Infinite Library ac038538938 Follow Alberto Gimaldi, Code Cracker And Bibliophile, As He Unravels The Mystery Of An Infinite Library And Discovers The Treachery Of The Librarian Castellemare What Is The Hidden Plot Of The Library, And How Will This Impossible Place Set Into Motion A Catastrophic Narrative By The Artful Textual Manipulation Of Unwitting Agents In The Real World What Is The Buried And Secret Connection Between All Text And All Life A Novel Of Dark Mystery, Infinity, And A Compelling Story For All Those Who Love Books And Book Related Enigmas Codes, Ciphers, And The Sinister Await Those Who Would Set Foot Inside The Infinite Library This Is The First Book Of The Trilogy.


10 thoughts on “The Infinite Library

  1. says:

    I could wander the Infinite Library forever A book to read and re read and read again, there s so much in here, I literally felt like I was plugged into a stream of data My shelf was now actually bleeding books without me having to pull them out, a g...


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    If Borges had written a novel, this is sort of what it would be like Surprisingly readable, conceptually vast in a way also reminiscent of Umberto Eco or Neal Stephenson this is Kane X Faucher s best novel yet, and an easy pick of mine for best of 2011.This is an immense book, in every sense of the word The writing is strong, and the characters are well drawn, but the element I enjoyed the most was the impression of a vast intellectual foundation, the sense of entering something deeper, gre If Borges had written a novel, this is sort of what it would be like Surprisingly readable, conceptually vast in a way also reminiscent of Umberto Eco or Neal Stephenson this is Kane X Faucher s best novel yet, and an easy pick of mine for best of 2011.This is an immense book, in every sense of the word The writing is strong, and the characters are well drawn, but the element I enjoyed the most was the impression of a vast intellectual foundation, the sense of entering something deeper, greater, and somehowprofound or, to revert to distinctly Borgesian terminology, a labyrinth, of both the intellect and the imagination, informed by a broad background in history, philosophy, and criticism.For such an ambiti...


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    I admit this was a long read, but considerably satisfying One can feel emanating from the page a great deal of the author s passion and erudition on a wide variety of topics from codes and ciphers to books themselves a swan song or love song for books in the digital age There s some artful inter text going on here, but it transitions well At first, I found the Gimaldi character a bit stuffy, but after a while the reader begins to like him if not feel a pinch of pity for his being pulled a I admit this was a long read, but considerably satisfying One can feel emanating from the page a great deal of the author s passion and erudition on a wide variety of topics from codes and ciphers to books themselves a swan song or love song for books in the digital age There s some artful inter text going on here, but it transitions well At first, I found the Gimaldi character a bit stuffy, but after a while the reader begins to like him if not feel a pinch of pity for his being pulled around by the nose The author announces that this is the first in a trilogy of books, and this is the somewhat innocuous opener where we have yet to see the entire project unfold The concept of an infinite library is itself dazzling, and the array of characters surrounding Gimaldi are a little picaresque and wholly untrustworthy.The boo...


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    Don t let the story blurb fool you this is not an easy to read thriller this is a deep book that will bend your skullcap back, scoop out the brains, and rearrange them on the wall in front of you And that is a good thing.Borges has already been mentioned in the other reviews, but it s worth pointing out that the seed idea for this book comes from his short story, the Library of Babel In it, every book that could be written has been written, and for a select few hyper librarians, these book Don t let the story blurb fool you this is not an easy to read thriller this is a deep book that will bend your skullcap back, scoop out the brains, and rearrange them on the wall in front of you And that is a good thing.Borges has already been mentioned in the other reviews, but it s ...


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    I found Infinite Library by accident I recently discovered the Codex Seraphinianus, and was googling for anyone deciphering it I found Kane Faucher s blog, with analysis on the text, and that he had a novel with that title as a word hit So I figured this may be a cool mystery, hopefully much deeper than the usual Da Vinci code type of story.Unfortunately, for me, this was less a novel, anda collection of short ...


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    Review Whoa So, I was cruising through upcoming titles on LibraryThing a couple months ago when I saw this amazing cover a book addict s dream The Infinite Library Even the title pulled me in Being the bibliophile that I am, I knew I had to read it, and thanks to the author I finally got the chance As previously stated Whoa I seriously had no idea what I was getting myself into, but I am happy that I did The Infinite Library is vast, both in content and length, 548 pages , and it Review Whoa So, I was cruising through upcoming titles on LibraryThing a couple months ago when I saw this amazing cover a book addict s dream The Infinite Library Even the title pulled me in Being the bibliophile that I am, I knew I had to read it, and thanks to the author I finally got th...


  7. says:

    A friend leant this to me who has some pretty pulpy tastes, so my expectations were not very high I m not much of a fan of stuff like Hunger Games or Harry Potter, but I gave this a go The description of the book makes it sound like a standard pulp mystery, but it wasn t There were some standard mystery story events, but these are done with a kind of...


  8. says:

    Too many descriptive words lead to forgetting the object to be described, lost in bewildering gibberish Well said, subject M I still liked this, even though it took me a ridiculously long time to finish it.


  9. says:

    Creepy, geeky, and smart It s kind of like a David Lynch movie adaptation of Borges Library of Babel Lots of tantalizing clues as to the next in this series, which I feel I must buy.


  10. says:

    Lacks the elegance of Eco, or the intellectualism Could have done with a critical edit Some good ideas which lose their impact under a load of superfluous writing.


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