[KINDLE] ❂ Maya ❅ Jostein Gaarder – Peakpopa.info

Maya A Chance Meeting On The Fijian Island Of Taveuni Is The Trigger For A Fascinating And Mysterious Novel That Intertwines The Stories Of John Spooke, An English Author Who Is Grieving For His Dead Wife Frank Andersen, A Norwegian Evolutionary Biologist Estranged From His Wife Vera And An Enigmatic Spanish Couple, Ana And Jose, Who Are Absorbed In Their Love For Each Other Why Does Ana Bear Such A Close Resemblance To The Model For Goya S Famous Maja Paintings What Is The Significance Of The Joker As He Steps Out Of His Pack Of Cards As The Action Moves From Fiji To Spain, From The Present To The Past, Unfolding Further Stories Within The Stories, The Novel Reveals An Astonishing Richness And Complexity As Bold And Imaginative In Its Sweep As Sophie S World, It Shows Again That Jostein Gaarder S Unique And Special Gift Is To Make Us Wonder At The Awe Inspiring Mystery Of The Universe


About the Author: Jostein Gaarder

Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories, and children s books Gaarder often writes from the perspective of children, exploring their sense of wonder about the world He often uses meta fiction in his works, writing stories within stories.Gaarder was born into a pedagogical family His best known work is the novel Sophie s World, subtitled A Novel a



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    Maya, Jostein GaarderA chance meeting on the Fijian island of Taveuni is the trigger for a fascinating and mysterious novel that intertwines the stories of John Spooke, an English author who is grieving for his dead wife Frank Andersen, a Norwegian evolutionary biologist estranged from his wife Vera and an enigmatic


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    Maya has a vivid vocabulary and an intriguing plot, but I found it kind of pretentious sometimes and confusing.


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    This is the second novel I ve read by Gaarder As an admirer of philosophy, it s not as informative as Sophie s World, but they both manifest Gaarder as a wise writer This story speaks of love, loss, and meaning It touches on philosophy and evolution I like Gaarder s strong non religious philosophical faith in God which makes a


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