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4.25  ·  Rating details ·  8 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Kindle Edition, 70 pages
Published July 2012 by KDP
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Jul 30, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Literary fiction lovers
Jordan Petersen is a film student and budding screen writer who can now add literary novelist to his credentials. His BIBLIOFILIUS, is one of the most stunning pieces I've read, both in delivery and content. Written in a classical literary style, Petersen proves he is an able wordsmith, delivering a read that dishes up like mind-food--an utterly delicious, introspective novella that invites--no demands--thoughtful consideration by its readers.

The basic plot revolves around a "ghost" who traps th
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Aug 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
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I believe most people have already noted that, when reading Bibliofilius (of the library/library son), a reader is wildly envious of Chez’s position locked in a library free from the chains of time. It is the avid reader’s dream, and it was fun to watch Chez transition from youth/innocence to growing wisdom/experience.

One of the most rewarding parts of reading Bibliofilius is what the library comes to mean, especially in light of relationships. I think the exper
Eric Dowdle
Jul 16, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: philosophy, theology
Jordan Petersen has kicked off his professional writing career with a delightful little book highlighting his appreciation for the beauty of the written word. Beyond the narrative, which brings home the joys, sorrows, and possible pitfalls of reading, but his own narrative style seems to glorify - and occasionally overindulge - the English language. Petersen's book starts off slowly, with a predictable narrative and a simple style; it illuminates a hopeful but tentative author, taking his first ...more
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