The Solitaire Mystery (Norwegian: Kabalmysteriet) is a fantasy novel by Jostein Gaarder, it does not explicitly mention philosophers and theories; thus readers of the book may be unaware that they are actually engaging in philosophy. Buy O Dia do Curinga (Em Portuguese do Brasil) by Jostein Gaarder (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery. Buy O Dia do Curinga by Jostein Gaarder (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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O dia do curinga by Jostein Gaarder. An alternate cover edition can be found here. Paperbackpages. Published by Companhia das Letras first published Hans ThomasFrode dk, Speelkaartenpa.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about O dia do curingaplease sign up. Does anyone know any book like this? A really heartwarming and sad story about a young boy and …more If you liked his way of writing I would recommend “The Orange Girl” also by Jostein Gaarder. A really heartwarming and sad story about a cjringa boy and how his parents met and fell in love.
See all 4 questions about O dia do curinga…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Definitely not my type of book The Solitaire Mystery weaves an astonishingly original tapestry of tales, both real and imagined, from the viewpoint jjostein a twelve-year-old josetin names Hans Thomas. On a car trip through Europe with his father, Hans searches for the mother who left them gxarder ago.
At the same time, he immerses himself in a fantastic miniature book that only he can rea “From the acclaimed author of the international bestseller Sophie’s World comes a modern-day odyssey filled with magic and meaning, fantasy and truth. At the same time, he immerses himself in a fantastic miniature book that only he can read: A brilliant balancing act between rhyme and reason, reverie and reality, The Solitaire Mystery invites the reader into both worlds, each chapter represented by a different card from the deck.
In the end, the journey of Hans Thomas becomes our curringa, a universal search for meaning and fulfillment that not only enchants, but enriches our hearts and souls.
This was one of those books that made me wonder if I’m as smart as I think I am. The entire book didn’t make sense to me at all. I mean, I followed both plots but couldn’t for the life of me figure out why the books was written at all.
Other people seem to adore the book — it has a 4. But I’m of the small minority who didn’t care for it. I really wanted to love this because I remember loving Sophie’s World when I read it in high school probably about 14 years ago but I have SO many problems with it. The question is, after wasting hours of reading time, do I waste more time writing an in-depth review about why this book is terrible, or do I cut my losses and just give it a low rating?
I didn’t root for any of the characters and the story was ridiculous and improbable and I don’t mean the God-like creation acts on the magical is I really wanted to love this because I remember loving Sophie’s World when I read it in high school probably about 14 years ago but I have SO many problems with it. I didn’t root for any of the characters and the story was ridiculous and improbable and I don’t mean the God-like creation acts on the magical island that is ever expanding or the Rainbow Fizz that lets you taste strawberry in your elbow No, I mean Hans-Thomas, the twelve-year-old philosopher, his drunken sailor-cum-Socrates father and his runaway model mother who does a complete I actually can’t do this, the book sucked and it is a waste of time.
Life isn’t suddenly magical because I realised that I exist. Life is still hard, people struggle and fight and senseless tragedy happens. I just could not get into this. Good story for middle school children. This little piece of struggling so called “philosophy” may help youngsters impove their reading and thinking skills, and that’s it. As to adults who are really interested in inquiring in nature and existence, this tiny covered writing pack can be considered as quite a bit annoying and tiresome due to the all contradictions or conflicts in itself.
If I may say so, do not waste your time with it, instead, take a good trip to a mountain and try to enjoy all sw Good story for middle school children. If I may say so, do not waste your time with it, instead, take a good trip to a mountain and try to enjoy all sweet nature face to face. I have to admit it, I really did not like I found this book to be kind of a CS Lewis knockoff, but nowhere near as good.
The story itself is cute, but upon reaching the end, it’s hard not to realize that the “big secret” of the book is actually not that big a deal at all, and that everything has just been overdramatized in a very adolescent fashion.
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I would give this book to a bored year-old. It is for people that really jstein filosophy and to wonder why are we here and who we are.
The boy, supposedly a child, thinks sometimes as a 30 years old men. I did not fell in love with the story and I felt the characters were, specially the father, really boring. But again, not my kind of book.
Josetin must have been lost in the translation of this book. I found it boring, predictable and utterly UNimaginative. It might be alright as a pre-teen book but, as an adult, it was a chore to keep reading. From the man who brought you the smash hit ‘Sophie’s World’ comes a whimsical story about a sticky bun. That you read with a magnifying glass.
Add furinga road trip and some profound observations, stir vigorously. Wait a while, then wait a while longer. Driver, I think I missed my stop! This was enjoyable, and I always enjoy Gaarder’s style, but it was all a bit contrived and laboured.
May read it again, josttein, because it was interesting how all strands of the story were eventually drawn together. By the end, I didn’t care about any of the characters, nor what happened in the end. I gave it one star for “didn’t like it. I do not understand why he is a best selling author.
Maybe his English translator is very, very bad. Read it after Sophia’s World I read half of ggaarder, skipped to the end and it was a wasted couple of days. Ivan rated it did not like it Sep 09, Julie rated it did not like it Sep 03, Srikanth rated it did not like it Dec 12, Marta rated it did not like it Apr 27, Trix rated it did not like it Oct 28, Vicious rated it did not like it Jul 09, Everlina Muilwijk rated it did not like it Jun 18, Nima FaramandPad rated it did gsarder like it Jan curingw, Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories and children’s books.
Gaarder often yaarder from the perspective of children, exploring their sense of wonder about the world. He often uses metafiction in his works, writing stories within stories. Gaarder was born into a pedagogical family. His best known work is the novel Sophie’s World, subtitled A Novel abou Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories and children’s books.
This di work has been translated into fifty-three languages; there are over thirty million copies in print, with three million copies sold in Germany alone.
Inhe established the Sophie Prize together with his wife Siri Dannevig. It is named after the novel. Books by Jostein Gaarder. Trivia About The Solitaire Mys Quotes from O dia do curinga. He’s not a club, diamond, heart, or spade. He’s not an eight or a nine, a king or a jack.
He is an outsider. He is placed in the same pack as the other cards, but he doesn’t belong there. Therefore, he can be removed without anybody missing him. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. What’s the Name o