Review the Book of Books
Highly recommended to readers of great fiction, 10 Oct 2009
I have just read this book for the second time and have discovered new meanings and noticed all sorts of things I didn't catch the first time round. I feel I could read it again and the same thing would happen. It is full of insight, references to times gone by and funny turns of phrase. It's divided into short stories that travel through time from ancient Babylon to modern-day South East London. One of my favourite stories is “The Romans” which makes me laugh and reminds me of the curious characters from poems and books I read at school in latin class. I also like the final story set in modern times in London as you really feel like you could be in the cafe alongside the characters. I didn't like the “book of being and seeing” the first time I read it but having read it again, it now seems terribly sad. I really think this is an important book as it offers a new and non-judgemental way of looking at religion and beliefs. Plus it is a beautiful read and will make you laugh. I highly recommend it!
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