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I, przede wszystkim, czy warto? Sometimes I appreciate his style sometimes not the metatextual references to readers, chosen terms and hypothetic editor are out of placebut as a matter of fact the novelist is able to create an interesting and unconventional hueelle out the mysterious events of a distant summer.
The book is structured as a series of excerpts from the interrogation intercut with much longer flashbacks and forward references. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?
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Huelle doesn’t tell us that much about him, creating a feeling of constant expectation about Weiser all through the book. David Weiser is a mysterious Jewish outcast in a Catholic town. Unfortunately for them, there are two problems.
He paints a picture of an endless summer spent on miss adventures and mysteries. The book is well written, though the reader must accept that the narrator has astonishing powers of recollection. This the author presents to us through the strange tale maybe in the form of the metaphors of events.
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This is book full of strange turns leading us hhelle end just as weird. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Lists with This Book. Does “I don’t know” count as a review? Hooded trolls desperate for attention. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.
We are delivered in to a strange place This is a boy who seems on the out side to be leading these boys away from the traditional values of there community. There’s so much wrong with Weuser Dawidek that one might wonder how the universe did not implode on the day of its publication.
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Our narrator now later on in his life recalling back to events of his childhood. In the past year or so I have weiset to appreciate polish authors more and more.
He was also capable of levitation and walking on red-hot coals. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Or did adulthood strip them from a child’s sensitivity for the mysterious and magical?
This is a bilingual review – English text is presented below. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Overall, it gives us a picture of Gdansk in over a particularly hot and rainless summer.
The constant time shifting in narration was a challenge, and the fact that the parents of these boys left them alone and at the mercy of school officials and investigators was hard to believe, even given the time period. Over all I enjoyed it and at pages it doesn’t tale long to complete. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Since Weiser had been causing a series of explosions just before his disappearance, the authorities want to establish exactly what had happened to him.
While he does tell them an elaborate plot about revolutions and the future to come you have to wonder if he ever believed it him self. There are also indications that he identified with oppressed minorities. Great, gripping and thrilling.