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2012 Reads > CA: Incomparable podcast on Cloud Atlas

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message 1: by Tamahome (new) - added it

Tamahome | 5092 comments Incomparable podcast just discussed Cloud Atlas. They probably spoil the crap out of it.

http://5by5.tv/incomparable/109


terpkristin | 3624 comments This was also posted in the Cloud Atlas and David Mitchell thread. http://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/1...


message 3: by Anne (new)

Anne | 336 comments Tamahome wrote: "Incomparable podcast just discussed Cloud Atlas. They probably spoil the crap out of it.

http://5by5.tv/incomparable/109"


Thanks for the link.


library_jim | 212 comments I'll check it out as soon as I'm finished, thanks!


Jenny (Reading Envy) (readingenvy) | 2269 comments I thought it was a great discussion (mostly because they agreed with me on the parts I didn't like, and in concerns about the movie.)


Kirsten Bailey (klbailey) | 82 comments I really enjoyed that! I went back and listed to a few others about books I'd already read (they did one for The Magicians and The Hunger Games trilogy).


David Sven (Gorro) | 1582 comments I love those guys.


Kirsten Bailey (klbailey) | 82 comments Do they announce in advance what the next book will be?


message 9: by Spriggan1 (new)

Spriggan1 | 25 comments Great discussion. I disagree with their conclusion on the protagonists who had the comet birth mark all having different personalities. I personally found a common link between them, including the Frobisher and the Cavendish story. But overall I really liked the things they pointed out, definitely enhanced my experience with the novel.


message 10: by Rob, Roberator (new) - rated it 3 stars

Rob (robzak) | 5099 comments Mod
Finally got around to listening to this. Quite enjoyable. I agreed with a lot of their points in between laughing at their jokes.

Thanks for the link.


message 11: by Lindsay (new)

Lindsay | 593 comments Thanks for the link - that was a good discussion.

I particularly liked "it's not w**kery, but you you can see w**kery from here".

Funny and accurate.


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