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Moon Palace

Moon Palace

Spanning three generations, and illuminated by marvelous flights of lyricism and wit, Moon Palace follows an orphan child of the sixties as he seeks the key to his past and the answers to the riddle of his fate....

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  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    Moon Palace, Paul Auster Moon Palace is a novel written by Paul Auster that was first published in 1989. The novel is set in Manhattan and the U.S. Midwest, and centers on the life of the narrator Mar...

  • Shovelmonkey1

    This is a book about gettin' nekkid.I discovered Paul Auster through the 1001 books list and then went on a big PA binge. I suppose I should have been more restrained because very soon all the PA plot...

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    _Moon Palace_Reading this books was a pleasure I tried reading this in the summer but i was going out all the time and i was working and i was having so much fun (SUMMER I NEED YOU, PLZ COME BACK) so...

  • Geoff

    What on earth?This book was recommended to me by a person whose taste in literature I hold in high regard. That's why I was surprised to discover, halfway through the book, that it's a really terrible...

  • Chrissie

    While this book starts well, it soon goes downhill. The central character in the beginning is Marco Stanley Fogg. He drew my attention. What happens to him gives the reader a lot to think about. He is...

  • Deea

    In terms of flow of language, this book was quite good. Paul Auster has a way with words. The coincidences he appeals to however are way too much (view spoiler)[and in the end everyone dies or is some...

  • Candice

    I loved it. I loved reading this book, but I wish I hadn't read it so fast. I read it because of someone, and I can't thank him enough. I put myself in M.S's shoes, and I cried, I laughed, I dreamt. P...

  • Duc

    This book is about writing and observations and hardship. This book is my first introduction to Auster. After reading this book, I went to the university library to look up obscure writers. One of the...

  • Steven Godin

    Moon Palace is unquestionably classic Auster, and a great starting point, his writing style might not be to everyone's liking but for me he is the most natural of storytellers.This centres on Marco St...

  • Paul

    Zadie Smith, in an introduction for a Nonrequired Reading Anthology brought a James Joyce quote to my attention"That ideal reader suffering from an ideal insomnia" -Joyce"The ideal reader cannot sleep...

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