Read-A-Thon Mini-Review #2

The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett

I just finished my second book and I'm a bit conflicted. While on the one side I loved The Uncommon Reader, it also threw me completely when it went from being spot on to so completely uncharacteristic of the Queen that it became gibberish. It does however have some excellent points about reading and the effects of reading on the reader and those I took to heart. I will admit that the book uses a fair amount of big words that I don't entirely or some even remotely know what actually means.



ISBN13: 9781846681332
121 pages / published in 2007
Review by Iben Jakobsen, BoB, 2013

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  1. Det er netop dét, der er bogens styrke; al dens kærlighed og hyldest til læsning og bøger generelt. Det elskede jeg ved den.

    Jeg synes også, slutningen er en anelse fordrejet, men overordnet set er den en sød og rigtig fin historie! :) Godt du fik den læst!

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    1. Den formår virkeligt at sætte ord på netop en læsers kærlighed til det at læse :)

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