Baudolino

Baudolino

Book - 2002
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Publisher: New York : Harcourt, Inc., c2002
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780151006908
0151006903
Branch Call Number: F ECO-U
Characteristics: 522 p. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Weaver, William 1923-2013

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Memawrayne
May 07, 2017

Having read other books by this author including The Name of the Rose which I thoroughly enjoyed, i found this book a little strange. Words like weird or bizarre come to mind. There was a weak story line with alot of religious overtones and sexual references. Some parts moved along well and other sections just drug along at a snail's pace.

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pridi_o
Apr 06, 2017

I loved The name of the Rose. I read it twenty years ago, living in a different time and space… Baudolino seemed to me too long, with too many unnecessary details. I skipped pages at the end of the book. Yet I find the idea of the book brilliant. The language, imagination, the balance of politics, romance, and laughter is perfect… Maybe in this space and time, I just can't focus on long reads anymore...

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nlamm
Aug 03, 2011

Not for the intellectually faint-of-heart. If you are fascinated by arcane trivia, and medieval processes, this book is for you. If not, stick to Harry Potter probably.

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