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doc Ø Kabalmysteriet ´ 352 pages Download Ë Twelve year old Hans Thomas lives alone with his father a man who likes to give his son lessons about life and has a penchant for philosophy Hans Thomas' mother left when he was four to find' herself and the story begins when father and son set off on a trip to Greece where she now liTo be there? Why does the dwarf keep showing up? It is all very perplexing and Hans Thomas has enough to cope with with the daunting prospect of seeing his mother Now his journey has turned into an encounter with the unfathomableor does it all have a logical explanation? I'm really toying the line between 3 and 4 stars so I've settled with 35 It's a hard one as the concept with this book was so clever and different; and it's not like me to say but I almost think it was too different Hans Thomas and his father travel across Europe in search of his mother who they believe is in Athens While on this journey Hans Thomas is given a magnifying glass by a dwarf and shortly after 4 sticky buns from a baker the largest one containing a very small book inside So begins a story within a story within a story threefold Even my head was struggling to keep everything straight During the story within the sticky bun book we learn of a magical island with 52 dwarves each a card from a pack of playing cards so 2 of diamonds king of spades etcThroughout we learn that this information passes on to another every 52 years and by the very end of the book we learn how this island and the men who have learned all of its secrets and treasures link in with Hans Thomas and his family A very smart premise and it is a remarkably woven tale I enjoyed it and the writing was wonderful with even some philosophy thrown in I just feel it was kind of tricky for me to get my head around I was concentrating so much I didn't get to stop and actually enjoy the book itself Still 35 I reckon

KabalmysterietTo be there? Why does the dwarf keep showing up? It is all very perplexing and Hans Thomas has enough to cope with with the daunting prospect of seeing his mother Now his journey has turned into an encounter with the unfathomableor does it all have a logical explanation? I'm really toying the line between 3 and 4 stars so I've settled with 35 It's a hard one as the concept with this book was so clever and different; and it's not like me to say but I almost think it was too different Hans Thomas and his father travel across Europe in search of his mother who they believe is in Athens While on this journey Hans Thomas is given a magnifying glass by a dwarf and shortly after 4 sticky buns from a baker the largest one containing a very small book inside So begins a story within a story within a story threefold Even my head was struggling to keep everything straight During the story within the sticky bun book we learn of a magical island with 52 dwarves each a card from a pack of playing cards so 2 of diamonds king of spades etcThroughout we learn that this information passes on to another every 52 years and by the very end of the book we learn how this island and the men who have learned all of its secrets and treasures link in with Hans Thomas and his family A very smart premise and it is a remarkably woven tale I enjoyed it and the writing was wonderful with even some philosophy thrown in I just feel it was kind of tricky for me to get my head around I was concentrating so much I didn't get to stop and actually enjoy the book itself Still 35 I reckon

text ã Kabalmysteriet Ð Jostein Gaarder

Kabalmysteriet ´ Twelve year old Hans Thomas lives alone with his father a man who likes to give his son lessons about life and has a penchant for philosophy Hans Thomas' mother left when he was four to find' herself and the story begins when father and son set off on a trip to Greece whe I don't belong anywhere I am neither a heart a diamond a club nor a spade I am neither a King a Jack an Eight nor an Ace As I am here I am merely the Joker and who that is I have had to find out for myselfEvery time I toss my head the jingling bells remind me that I have no family I have no number and no trade either I have gone around observing your activities from the outsideBecause of this I have also been able to see things to which you have been blindEvery morning you have gone to work but you have never been fully awake It is different for the Joker because he was put into this world with a flaw he sees too deeply and too muchTruth is a lonely thing text ã Kabalmysteriet Ð Jostein Gaarder

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Jostein Gaarder Ð Kabalmysteriet reader Re she now lives to try to persuade her to come home En route in Switzerland Hans Thomas is given a magnifying glass by a dwarf at a petrol station and the next day he finds a tiny book in his bread roll which can only be read with a magnifying glass How did the book come This is my all time favorite book and Gaarder is one of my all time favorite authors His sopho effort is the strongest I feel for many reasons complex enough to keep you interested interesting and whimsical enough to keep it light and new enough in his works that the story within a story within a story had yet become clicheI generally don't believe in destiny but this book makes me want to believe