|LC Classifications||PR6058.U347 B66 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2009675485|
The Book of Mirrors is a crime novel by Romanian writer Eugen Chirovici, published on September 7, With 37 translations, it is one of the most translated literary works in the world. Plot summary. Peter Katz, a New York literary agent, receives a submission from Richard Flynn, who in the late eighties was an English Literature student at Princeton and Author: Eugen Chirovici. In California, my mom handed me this book. I She told me I would love it. She was right. In my 20's my mom and I were discussing books that we both read and the mirror was brought up. We couldn't remember who the author was but she wanted to read it again. We searched but couldn't find the right one/5(). “The Book of Mirrors” by E.O. Chirovici was something of a literary sensation when it was first published in Britain. The author is a native Romanian who had published 10 detective novels in his native language. He now lives in Britain, and The Book of Mirrors is his first novel in English.4/5(14). So for a Book of Mirrors, you can use anything that'd be appropriate for a Book of Shadows: a spiral-bound notebook, a gorgeous tooled-leather handmade-paper specialty journal, or anything in between. Optionally, the Book of Mirrors can be incorporated with your Working Book of Shadows and your ordinary daily journal if you prefer.
This book is very well done. I heard about it while reading Radley Balko's book Rise of the Warrior Cop. Robert Caro once said that for non-fiction to be read, it has to be written like fiction. This book reads like a story with all of the characters interacting and scheming within the drug by: of o results for "mirrors book" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. The City of Mirrors: A Novel (Book Three of the Passage Trilogy) by Justin Cronin, Scott Brick, et al. out of 5 stars 2, Audible Audiobook. With his late wife, Barbara, Eric Carle cofounded The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, Massachusetts in Eric Carle lives in the Florida Keys. Eric Carle is an internationally bestselling and award-winning author and illustrator of more than seventy books for very young children, including The Tiny Seed, Papa, Please Get /5(62). The absence of any treatment of any of the foregoing in Wilderness of Mirrors is one of the flaws in this generally excellent book. That absence is hardly surprising, however, given the author’s background and employment as a graduate of Yale and a journalist with mainstream media such as Newsweek Magazine and CBS News/5(27).
A Book of Mirrors, (BoM) is just another (optional) book that Wiccans/Pagans use to record things. While a Book of Shadows details the spells and how to duplicate them (like a recipie book almost), a Book of Mirrors is used to write out your thoughts and feelings about your reactions to the spells and if it acheived what you were doing, or anything that is important to you that . MIRRORS: Stories of Almost Everyone - contemporary Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano's collection of hundreds and hundreds of finely constructed mini-tales, two or three on every page, with such titles as: Origin of Fire, Origin of Beauty, Origin of Sea Breezes, Resurrection of Vermeer, Resurrection of Arcimboldo, Mozart, Goya, Venus, Hokusai, Kipling, /5. The book, Mirror, by Jeannie Baker is very unique, there are two sides to the book that mirror each other. The left side of the book takes place in Australia and reads left-to-right. The right side takes place in Morocco and reads right-to-left as books are read in Morocco. The stories show the lives of two families from each of the countries/5. Smoke and Mirrors: Short Fictions and Illusions is a collection of short stories and poems by Neil was first published in the United States in , and in the United Kingdom in Many of the stories in this book are reprints from other sources, such as magazines, anthologies, and collections (including ten stories and poems from Gaiman's earlier small press miscellany Author: Neil Gaiman.