100 Books to Read Before Death

100 Books to Read Before Death

100 Books to Read Before Death
100 knig kotorye nuzhnoIf you are determined to ever read this book, do not read this text further. It’s better not to read anything about her, don’t go to her page, otherwise you run the risk of picking up spoilers that trap even in tags. Well, if you have no idea what I’m talking about, welcome. In general, it would be quite interesting a book, even if you read it backwards, like ordinary books. Pretty ordinary, lived, loved, died, there are not enough stars from the sky, but you can get acquainted. Of course, it would be required to write it in a completely different way, to add tears, scenes, tantrums, but, it seems to me, it would be nice. Or I am still impressed. The fact is that it is written backwards. Naturally. Everything is upside down. Yes, the idea itself is not new, but this is the first time I have come across this approach so seriously. Would you like to review your life backwards? Start with death, with a popping in your ears, with a helpless existence in a hospital bed, speaking words backwards, walking backwards and handing over newspapers to a kiosk after they are finished? Natural processes, by the way, look even more curious. But you do not control anything, you just observe life and don’t remember, don’t know what will happen next (or earlier, it’s still how to look), interpret what is happening on the basis of some generally accepted considerations, but it’s a reversal, because that’s how you see it , and the explanations of the device of the world are rather strange for you. Good deeds can look bad and bad deeds can be good if you rewind them backwards, and we are invited to take a fresh look at very, very bad things. But the book does not aim to justify them. I do not think that she generally sets any grandiose goals other than playing with our perceptions and thinking.

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