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San Francisco. An unemployed guy ends up in a bookshop where they are offering a job as a shop assistant. After a quick interview, he’s given a chance to work there. What makes this an extraordinary place? Well, the place is open 24/7, it is run by a lovely but mysterious guy, Mr. Penumbra, and even if there are not many clients there are some regulars who come looking to borrow the special coded books at the top of the endless shelves. Who are these people? What are they trying to decode? From that point on you will get hooked trying to know what this secret society is all about.
Book: Jérôme Piron et Arnaud Hoedt, La faute de l’orthographe: La convivialité (Textuel).
My best friend got this book on the mail and she started talking about it. From that moment onwards, I wanted to know whatever happened to that Miss Hardcastle but there was way more than that within this book.
Yesterday we celebrated the anniversary of the publication of the first part of el Quijote (The Ingenious Nobleman Sir Quixote of La Mancha). One of the most well known Spanish novels.
A lot has been said about this book but there is something, in particular, I would like to highlight.