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The Trial by Franz Kafka
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Aug 10, 08

bookshelves: classics, out-on-loan

This has to be one of the wierdest books I've ever read. That makes it very difficult to put on a 1-5 scale.
It is a surreal story of beurocracy gone mad and a look deep into a penal system the Cardassian Empire would have been proud of.

I am very pleased to have read this book and in a strange way I enjoyed reading it. At least I understand the work 'Kafkaesque' a bit better now ^_^
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message 1: by Vicki (new)

Vicki have you got this? (or any more kafka for that matter...) i'd like to try some :)

oo! would you be able to put aside the best connie willis books somewhere where i'll remember to pick them up at the weekend? there's so much going on i'm having to start putting aside things to pack already in case i forget them! o.O;


Charlie I will fish out
Bellweather,
To Say Nothing of the Dog and
The Trial
for you ready for the weekend ^^

Sorry, Howl's Moving Castle is one of the many recent additions to my Amazon wishlist, I do not have it.

Anything else?


message 3: by Vicki (new)

Vicki thanks! :D hmm...can't think of anything but i may have to peruse the bookshelves :)


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