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Published by Siruela first published Cecilia SkotbuMalaikat Ariel. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about El enigma y el espejoplease sign up.
El enigma y el espejo
Did cicisia dies at the end of story? Ana Carlos This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [Yes she does. The angel is there to offer spiritual comfort, not physical salvation. See 1 question about El enigma y el espejo…. Lists with This Book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I was not halfway thru the book when I knew I would not like it and I gaardder quite right. I was quite disappointed with the book. It has no plot what so ever.
It has 2 individual talking about life, heaven, God, and things like that. I think this book is jostrin to make us think, provoke our thoughts, and make us wonder. In fact, I think some of the statements contradict with each other. For example, Ariel states that God was very tired after the 7th day after creating I was not halfway thru the book when I knew I would not like it and I was quite right. For example, Ariel states that God was very tired after the 7th day after creating the world of coursebut few pages after that, he talks about fishes evolving into amphibians and start walking on land which suggests evolution theory baarder correct, i.
He also laughs at certain points in the book. Anyway, even though being a short story as it is only pagesI really struggled to finish it.
I even skipped few pages to go straight to the ending. Can you blame me if I want something less, well, divine from this story? It is Josten Gaarder’s first book I’ve ever engima, and I don’t feel like reading her other book.
Book in Spanish “El enigma y el espejo” by Jostein Gaarder
It was a good read, but I was bored and I wasn’t feeling anything when I read this. What helps me through is my curiosity to Cecilia and Ariel’s ending.
But then again, the whole book made me think some stupid questions like, “hell, what in the world is Cecilia thinking? I mean, come on, for a little girl she’s pretty pessimistic. She’s so bitter, seeing the world with gray, and half of through the story I was tired with her attitude to Ariel, her stupidity and naivety, her bitter remarks for everything.
El enigma y el espejo/ The Enigma and the Mirror : Jostein Gaarder :
I feel like slapping her in the face and tell her to just shut up and listen to what Ariel says without she commenting. Ariel is not my usual kind of angel. Something with wings, maybe. But Ariel is not! And the issue, about God and questions about God, well, I’m not very fond of it.
Just let say I particularly enugma this story. I’m no a conservative, but what they’re questioning about was a little disturbing, and even right now I can’t remember what they’re talking about! Honestly, I hate to give a book one star, but what choice do I have?
I don’t like the story, I don’t like the characters, I hate the way it ends, so I’m sorry for Miss Gaarder’s fans, I can’t wrap my head around it and I decided to give the book back to its previous owner soon, as I don’t know what to do with a book I don’t intend to re-read.
View all 4 comments. This story of a dying child during Christmas who befriends an angel who in turn is trying to understand what being a human is like is NOT Gaarders best. In fact, I found it to be fairly rubbish. NO, make that very rubbish. Slow, dull, and trying too hard to philosophise whilst not succeeding at it.
Much prefer Sophies World or Solitaire Mystery. Het slechtste boek dat ik in jaren gelezen heb, wat een verschrikking! Waarschijnlijk een geweldig leuk boek voor diep gelovige mensen, maar voor atheisten is dit een gruwel. Feb 01, N. Diana rated it did not like it Oct 05, Katarina Zitnjak rated espeo did not like it Oct 15, Barbora rated it did not like it Jul 30, Savitha rated it did not like it May 12, Zulia rated it did not like it Esprjo 03, Emilie rated it did not like it Feb 06, Rhea rated it did not like it Oct 31, Kat Clark rated it did not like it Dec 25, Altar Ego rated it did not like it Nov 02, Touraj Salahshour rated it did not like it May 18, Sidrah Siddiqui rated it did not like it Sep 25, Steffi rated it did not like it Jun 20, Kirstie rated it did not like it Aug 04, Sure rated it did not like it Mar 08, Josh Wheeler rated it did not like it Jul 19, Gary Chappell rated it did not like it Nov 17, Add page count and other info 3 16 Apr 09, Louise recommends Through a Glass Darkly 1 7 Nov 18, Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories and children’s books.
Gaarder often writes from the perspective of children, exploring their sense of wonder eespejo the world.
He often uses metafiction in his espeko, writing stories within stories. Gaarder was born into a pedagogical family. His best known work is the novel Sophie’s World, subtitled A Novel abou Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories and children’s books. This popular work has been translated into fifty-three languages; there are over thirty million copies in print, with three million copies sold in Germany alone.
Inhe established josteon Sophie Prize together with his wife Siri Dannevig. It is named after the novel. Books by Jostein Gaarder. Trivia About Through a Glass, No trivia or quizzes yet.
Quotes from El enigma y el es Sometimes we can peer through the glass and catch a glimpse of what is on the other side. If we were to polish the glass clean, we’d see much more. But then we would no longer see ourselves. But a josgein is only a tiny epejo from the great beacon in the sky.
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