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I think she is a genius. Plot is a bit complicated. I hope she will write more novels.Published 45 minutes ago by Mary Ann Webster
I loved the novel, until her dad.....I won't give it away. It seemed more assumed when the novel was precise , to the point of citing books to mark Blue's metaphors. Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Lisa B.
Instructions for reading Special Topics in Calamity Physics
Step 1: Ask yourself if you would like to spend a week (or more, depending on how fast you read) with a new... Read more
I liked this book, even though I found her constant literary/philosophical references a bit over done to the point of skipping whole paragraphs, but even so the story was... Read morePublished 5 days ago by judith raimondi
There are other books about the gifted child and snooty high-school senior, but precocious Blue van Meer and her equally snooty father Gareth made me smile. Read morePublished 19 days ago by skiwiz
Best use of descriptive language---ever! A remarkable tour de force even if a bit over the top. But, it couldn't have been written shorterPublished 19 days ago by Roger F. Nelson
Her writing style is so visually imaginative, it's a kind of magic. Everything becomes something else. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dani
This is the assured debut of Marisha Pessl and, having recently read her new novel, “Night Film,” I decided to go back and re-read the story of Blue Van Meer and her professor... Read morePublished 1 month ago by S Riaz