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Great book although I actually enjoyed the movie more. I really liked the take on the reincarnation as a theme.Published 3 days ago by andrea
David Mitchell is a true wordsmith, crafting scenes, conversations, and incredibly imaginative worlds that are breathtaking and awe inspiring. An excellent read.Published 4 days ago by Anaboena
This was my first visit with Reps. I liked the story and the way the writer brings out the history of Apache spiritualism through modern eyes. I will buy another book by Reps. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jajadeh
I have previously read two Mitchell books and liked them both, to a degree, but this one just bored me to tears in its first 200 pages. Read morePublished 10 days ago by 1gudriter
An interesting story. Feels more like a collection of short stories that follow a theme. Their connections feel forced. There are absolutely wonderful moments and solid writing. Read morePublished 12 days ago by myPenName
This was a wonderful book. It was inventive, lyrical in places, the characters were perfectly crafted, and the plot was complete. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Kristin
Great book. One of my favorites, and David Mitchell is my favorite..Published 20 days ago by Geoffrey H. Zoref
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|Perfect example of ridiculous e-book pricing by publishers||
I totally agree. The fact that the kindle version is $11.99 and I can have them SHIP (free) a PHYSICAL book ($9) is stupid. I understand the reason WHY these prices are like that (can't completely price-out brick & mortars, abandon distributors/physical publishers). Once e-readers begin to... Read More
Sep 5, 2012 by Justin P. Woo | See all 19 posts
|What was corrected in Cloud Atlas correction?||
Hmm. I just encountered a logical inconsistency that is troubling me no end... and I'm wondering if in fact this might be something that's been corrected in a new version! Here's my observation:
In the chapter 'Sloosha's Crossin', the opening section describes Zachry's first encounter with... Read More
Nov 8, 2012 by T. Gluck | See all 3 posts
|Kindle version missing part of first story||
Just keep reading!
About 1/2 way [maybe 3/4] through chapter 2 it should make sense. Consider it a test. I think many people will find/have found it an unfair artifice. But it's what this book is. Personally, I loved it soooooo much.
Good luck, Alex!
Jan 24, 2012 by mlm | See all 11 posts
|Dissapointing that the publisher is charging 33% MORE for the kindle...||
Pure greed at work There is absolutely NO reason for the paperback to be less expensive than the e-book! I will not pay any more than $9.99 for ANY e-book, no matter how badly I want to read it. There's still libraries.
Sep 18, 2012 by B. Bentham | See all 6 posts
|Any stories similar to Cloud Atlas?||
Also, Italo Calvino "if on a winter's night a traveler"
Sep 15, 2011 by Helen Selonick | See all 8 posts
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