Foucault's Pendulum

    Foucault's Pendulum  (Paperback, Umberto Eco)

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    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Random House
    • ISBN: 9780099287155, 0099287153
    • Edition: 2001
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    Three book editors, jaded by reading far too many crackpot manuscripts on the mystic and the occult, are inspired by an extraordinary conspiracy story told to them by a strange colonel to have some fun. They start feeding random bits of information into a powerful computer capable of inventing connections between the entries, thinking they are creating nothing more than an amusing game, but then their game starts to take over, the deaths start mounting, and they are forced into a frantic search for the truth.

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    • Publication Year
      • 2001
    Contributors
    • Author
      • Umberto Eco
    Dimensions
    • Width
      • 1.3 Inches (US)
    • Height
      • 7.8 Inches (US)
    • Depth
      • 1.37 inch
    • Weight
      • 473.0 Grams
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    A scholastic journey..

    I read this book, for the first time, almost 25 years ago. Fortunately, as a young student I could afford the time and effort the book required. This certainly is not one of those standard thrillers which you can rush through. Even "Name of the Rose", Eco's first book to reach international readers is 'airport reading' compared to this. The scholarship, which is inherent in any of Eco's books is at its extreme here, verging on the obscure at places.

    At the time of my first reading, the boo...
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