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!Pdf ☹ Piranesi ☩ From The New York Times Bestselling Author Of Jonathan Strange Mr Norrell, An Intoxicating, Hypnotic New Novel Set In A Dreamlike Alternative RealityPiranesi S House Is No Ordinary Building Its Rooms Are Infinite, Its Corridors Endless, Its Walls Are Lined With Thousands Upon Thousands Of Statues, Each One Different From All The Others Within The Labyrinth Of Halls An Ocean Is Imprisoned Waves Thunder Up Staircases, Rooms Are Flooded In An Instant But Piranesi Is Not Afraid He Understands The Tides As He Understands The Pattern Of The Labyrinth Itself He Lives To Explore The HouseThere Is One Other Person In The House A Man Called The Other, Who Visits Piranesi Twice A Week And Asks For Help With Research Into A Great And Secret Knowledge But As Piranesi Explores, Evidence Emerges Of Another Person, And A Terrible Truth Begins To Unravel, Revealing A World Beyond The One Piranesi Has Always Known For Readers Of Neil Gaiman S The Ocean At The End Of The Lane And Fans Of Madeline Miller S Circe, Piranesi Introduces An Astonishing New World, An Infinite Labyrinth, Full Of Startling Images And Surreal Beauty, Haunted By The Tides And The Clouds Wonderful Lost memories and closed environments and unreliable narrators and untrustworthy companions. I ve been waiting this book for so long that now that it has been announced I can hardly believe it I m so excited I can t thank Susanna Clarke enough for sharing her book with us My whole mood when the book comes out I ve been waiting this book for so long that now that it has been announced I can hardly believe it I m so excited I can t thank Susanna Clarke enough for sharing her book with us My whole mood when the book comes out I m just kind of shrieking incoherently right now. Such a long time and such an interesting topic Such a long time and such an interesting topic If at all possible, this is the kind of book you should go into knowing as little as possible about it It can be confusing and even disorienting at first, but it s a book that is very smart about how it is going to teach you what it is, so I recommend letting the book do that rather than any reviews or jacket copy So here s my totally non info about the book review to hopefully give you an idea of whether it will be a good one for you.First do not approach this book expecting it to be anythin If at all possible, this is the kind of book you should go into knowing as little as possible about it It can be confusing and even disorienting at first, but it s a book that is very smart about how it is going to teach you what it is, so I recommend letting the book do that rather than any reviews or jacket copy So here s my totally non info about the book review to hopefully give you an idea of whether it will be a good one for you.First do not approach this book expecting it to be anything like JONATHAN STRANGE Like many people, I adore that book, and this is not like it in any way shape or form The only way in which they are similar is that they share a kind of glee in not following the rules so that you do not know what to expect PIRANESI is not difficult to read but it is strange It requires a bit of dedication It is not long, though, so it isn t the kind of commitment that you will have to spend days or weeks reading it bit by bit While it doesn t have a real momentum to it in the prose itself, I was compelled to continue and read it quite quickly because I just wanted to know what the hell was happening Nothing is quite what you expect here It is unclear whether the book takes place in a universe resembling our own and what relationship it is meant to have to our world for most of the time you are reading it It is not a book with a lot of plot or character development either It is, when it comes down to it, quite simply a mystery Except that the mystery is the entire concept of the book, where it s set, and who the characters are Mysteries that exist in a kind of fantastical world are not all that common, though, and it s best for both sets of readers to relax a bit because, remember, this book is not going to follow the conventions of either genre.My experience of the book was quite delightful, even if, at the end of the day, it ends up being muchof a trifle than JSAMN They are in many ways opposites, this one so small, a weird little bonbon of a book that is over just as it s begun, while the other is so large and complex, the kind of massive intricate dessert you do not want to eat because it looks so nice But there are pleasures to be had in an unusual little escape, pleasures to be had in being baffled, and Clarke isthan competent to see you through this small exercise as she is a massive tome It is, in its way, a perfectly peculiar beach read The cover is simple yet it seems powerful I am sold D Humanity is not ready. I m lucky enough to have read this It is wonderful, and strange, and not at all like Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell except in being brilliant I can t really say anythan that The title is a major visual clue, though Sometimes you read a book that is audaciously weird This is such a book And yet I finished it in one sitting, interested to know what happens next and to live in this strange world of tides and statues with the eccentric and likable narrator As I continue to think about it, I m sure I ll haveto say.For now, I ll just say that I think of the ending of Jonathan Strange Mr Norrell, and then the end of this and believe I ll read anything Susanna Clarke decides to write ten years from now Sometimes you read a book that is audaciously weird This is such a book And yet I finished it in one sitting, interested to know what happens next and to live in this strange world of tides and statues with the eccentric and likable narrator As I continue to think about it, I m sure I ll haveto say.For now, I ll just say that I think of the ending of Jonathan Strange Mr Norrell, and then the end of this and believe I ll read anything Susanna Clarke decides to write ten years from now And hope forpages It s hard to compare this book accurately to any other when trying to describe it Maybe Every Heart a Doorway Definitely the White Witch s castle in The Lion, the Witch, the Wardrobe.Received an advance copy via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review