E–pub [The Infinite Library] By Kane X. Faucher


The Infinite Library

characters ß The Infinite Library 104 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 i. 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characters ß The Infinite Library 104 Ystery 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 trilo. 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 storyUnfortunately for me this was less a novel and a collection of short stories and philosophical testimony I think the author has promise and I d like to read the next book in the trilogy But overall I expected a deeper connection to a grand story and so I m giving Infinite Library 35 stars Pros uick start great pacing no boredom Impressive considering the book is 550 pages of tiny font on my ereader Lack of moral character polarization thank you This is not a story of absolute good vs absolute evil which is what I really liked about it The world is never so simple In fact I could hardly tell the characters apart Thought provoking I m still pondering some of the middle chapters Topics included chaosorder infinite wholefinite parts time sensation generation of reality destinyfree will etc Educational concerning books how they are produced especially medieval ones NOTE There is no large overarching story here that I could find but of a discussion of potentialities couched in short story metaphors I therefore treat this book as pseudo non fiction which was a plus for meCons No depth to the characters at all I barely know the protagonist and the people he interacted with besides their names where they live and that they are fond of books If you re not into books philosophy or short stories then this is probably not for you Needs a proofreader there are many spelling and some grammatical errors I sometimes had to guess at the meaning of a sentence I was surprised the publisher went to print with this draft Difficult terms and overuse of some esoteric ones eg How often can one believe that something appeared arabesue And how many times can one feel vertiginous within the same few chapters I had to use the e reader dictionary often

Kane X. Faucher ´ 4 Free read

characters ß The Infinite Library 104 Mpossible 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 m. 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 thingBorges 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 books can be checked in catalogues touched and on occasions when things go awry read Such is the world Gimalidi is introduced to by the antagonist in the story CastellemareUmberto Eco s name has also been raised in other reviews and I would like to echo this idea in my own paltry thoughts on The Infinite Library I felt the book was like a mash up of Eco Borges and a little bit of Carlos Castenda too because like Castenda s work the book took me to some strange mental placesFilled with bibliographia and philosophy conspiracy theories and the marginalia of library history the story is not one for a uick go but intense appreciative readings There are stories within stories some of which I m still thinking aboutI should be transparent in my review and note the author is a colleague and a friend and he gave me a copy to read but if you enjoy the idea of the book and thinking this is a novel you should check out

  • Paperback
  • 546
  • The Infinite Library
  • Kane X. Faucher
  • English
  • 09 February 2018
  • 9780984603787

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    E–pub [The Infinite Library] By Kane X. Faucher 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 t

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    E–pub [The Infinite Library] By Kane X. Faucher 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 reflective irony and before the reader sinks into the comfort o

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