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The Geographer's Library100%: Jon Fasman: The Geographer's Library (ISBN: 9781101201008) 2006, in english, also as e-book.
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The Geographer's Library100%: Jon Fasman: The Geographer's Library (ISBN: 9780143057239) 2005, Penguin Group (USA), in english, also as audio book.
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The Geographer's Library100%: Jon Fasman, Scott Brick: The Geographer's Library (ISBN: 9780786553297) 2004, in english, also as e-book.
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Fasman's fast-paced tale is almost all plot. These characters are better drawn than those in The Da Vinci Code." -Newsweek Jon Fasman's dizzyingly plotted intellectual thriller suggests a marriage between Dan Brown and Donna Tartt. When reporter Paul Tomm is assigned to investigate the mysterious death of a reclusive academic, he finds himself pursuing leads that date back to the twelfth century and the theft of alchemical instruments from the geographer of the Sicilian court. Now someone is trying to retrieve them. Interspersed with the present action are the stories of the men and women who came to possess those charmed-and sometimes cursed-artifacts, which have powers that go well beyond the transmutation of lead into gold. Deftly combining history, magic, suspense, and romance-and as handsomely illustrated as an ancient incunabulum-The Geographer's Library is irresistible. "A brainy noir. [a] winningly cryptic tale. a cabinet of wonders written by a novelist whose surname and sensibility fit comfortably on the shelf between Umberto Eco and John Fowles." -Los Angeles Times"One of the year's most literate and absorbing entertainments." -Kirkus Reviews.
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eBook, "Fasman"s fast-paced tale is almost all plot... These characters are better drawn than those in The Da Vinci Code ." - Newsweek Jon Fasman"s dizzyingly plotted intellectual thriller suggests a marriage between Dan Brown and Donna Tartt. When reporter Paul Tomm is assigned to investigate the mysterious death of a reclusive academic he finds himself pursuing leads that date back to the twelfth century and the theft of alchemical instruments from the geographer of the Sicilian court. Now someone is trying to retrieve them. Interspersed with the present action are the stories of the men and women who came to possess those charmed-and sometimes cursed-artifacts which have powers that go well beyond the transmutation of lead into gold. Deftly combining history magic suspense and romance-and as handsomely illustrated as an ancient incunabulum- The Geographer"s Library is irresistible. "A brainy noir . . . [a] winningly cryptic tale . . . a cabinet of wonders written by a novelist whose surname and sensibility fit comfortably on the shelf between Umberto Eco and John Fowles." - Los Angeles Times "One of the year"s most literate and absorbing entertainments." - Kirkus Reviews"Fasman"s fast-paced tale is almost all plot... These characters are better drawn than those in The Da Vinci Code ." - Newsweek Jon Fasman"s dizzyingly plotted intellectual thriller suggests a marriage between Dan Brown and Donna Tartt. When reporter Paul Tomm is assigned to investigate the mysterious death of a reclusive academic he finds himself pursuing leads that date back to the twelfth century and the theft of alchemical instruments from the geographer of the Sicilian court. Now someone is trying to retrieve them. Interspersed with the present action are the stories of the men and women who came to possess those charmed-and sometimes cursed-artifacts which have powers that go well beyond the transmutation of lead into gold. Deftly combining history magic suspense and romance-and as handsomely illustrated as an ancient incunabulum- The Geographer"s Library is irresistible. "A brainy noir . . . [a] winningly cryptic tale . . . a cabinet of wonders written by a novelist whose surname and sensibility fit comfortably on the shelf between Umberto Eco and John Fowles." - Los Angeles Times "One of the year"s most literate and absorbing entertainments." - Kirkus Reviews.
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ISBN: 9781101201008search or 1101201002, in english, Penguin Group (USA), Penguin Group (USA), Penguin Group (USA), New, ebook, digital download.

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“Fasman’s fast-paced tale is almost all plot... These characters are better drawn than those in The Da Vinci Code.” —Newsweek Jon Fasman’s dizzyingly plotted intellectual thriller suggests a marriage between Dan Brown and Donna Tartt. When reporter Paul Tomm is assigned to investigate the mysterious death of a reclusive academic, he finds himself pursuing leads that date back to the twelfth century and the theft of alchemical instruments from the geographer of the Sicilian court. Now someone is trying to retrieve them. Interspersed with the present action are the stories of the men and women who came to possess those charmed—and sometimes cursed—artifacts, which have powers that go well beyond the transmutation of lead into gold. Deftly combining history, magic, suspense, and romance—and as handsomely illustrated as an ancient incunabulum—The Geographer’s Library is irresistible. “A brainy noir . . . [a] winningly cryptic tale . . . a cabinet of wonders written by a novelist whose surname and sensibility fit comfortably on the shelf between Umberto Eco and John Fowles.” —Los Angeles Times“One of the year’s most literate and absorbing entertainments.” —Kirkus Reviews.
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Jon Fasman’s dizzyingly plotted intellectual thriller suggests a marriage between Dan Brown and Donna Tartt. When reporter Paul Tomm is assigned to investigate the mysterious death of a reclusive academic, he finds himself pursuing leads that date back to the twelfth century and the theft of alchemical instruments from the geographer of the Sicilian court. Now someone is trying to retrieve them. Interspersed with the present action are the stories of the men and women who came to possess those charmed—and sometimes cursed—artifacts, which have powers that go well beyond the transmutation of lead into gold. Deftly combining history, magic, suspense, and romance—and as handsomely illustrated as an ancient incunabulum—The Geographer’s Library is irresistible. , Kindle Edition, Format: Kindle eBook, Label: Penguin Books, Penguin Books, Produktgruppe: eBooks, Publiziert: 2006-02-28, Freigegeben: 2006-02-28, Studio: Penguin Books, Verkaufsrang: 389466.