The Solitaire Mystery (Norwegian: Kabalmysteriet) is a fantasy novel by Jostein Gaarder, it does not explicitly mention philosophers and theories; thus readers of the book may be unaware that they are actually engaging in philosophy. Buy O Dia do Curinga (Em Portuguese do Brasil) by Jostein Gaarder (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery. Buy O Dia do Curinga by Jostein Gaarder (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

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A brilliant balancing act between rhyme and reason, reverie and reality, The Solitaire Mystery invites the reader into both worlds, each chapter represented by a different card from the deck.

The entire book didn’t make sense to me at all. This little piece of struggling so called “philosophy” may help youngsters impove their reading and thinking skills, and that’s it. Explore the Home Gift Guide.

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Everlina Muilwijk rated it did not like it Jun 18, Read it after Sophia’s World Inhe established the Sophie Prize together with his wife Siri Dannevig. Driver, I think I missed my stop! O dia do curinga by Jostein Gaarder. He is placed in the same pack as the gaareer cards, but he doesn’t belong there.


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Also, throughout Hans Thomas’s journey, he has seen the same odd little bearded man following him about the man who gave him the magnifying glass which proved so useful to read the sticky bun book.

This was one of those books that made me wonder if I’m as smart as I think I am. Retrieved from ” https: Wait a while, then wait a while longer. Hans-Thomas begins to read the tiny book using his new magnifying glass and the story then alternates between Hans-Thomas’s journey and the story in the sticky bun book. Share your thoughts with other customers. Add a road trip and some profound observations, stir vigorously.

To Hans-Thomas’s great surprise, hidden inside the sticky josyein is a tiny book with writing so small that it cannot be read with the naked eye. See all 4 questions about O dia do curinga….

Gxarder of 1 reviews. Books by Jostein Gaarder. Print hardback and paperback. It came from an island which the grandfather had been shipwrecked on as a young man.

But whenever Hans Thomas approaches the little man, he seems to dash away and vanish. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.


I found it boring, predictable and utterly UNimaginative. The review concludes that the book is “Fascinating and frustrating in equal measure.

However, the cards’ predictions as told in the tiny book begin to reveal details about Hans Thomas’s own plight to find his mother. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. By the end, I didn’t care about any of the characters, nor what happened in the end. I actually can’t do this, the book sucked and it is a waste of time.

A really heartwarming and sad story about a joshein boy and …more If you liked his way of writing I would recommend “The Orange Girl” also by Jostein Gaarder. Kabalmysteriet is a fantasy novel by Jostein Gaarderthe Norwegian author of the best-selling Sophie’s World. Published by Companhia das Letras first published To ask other readers questions about O dia do curingaplease sign up.

The Solitaire Mystery weaves an josteinn original tapestry of tales, both real and imagined, from the viewpoint of a twelve-year-old boy names Hans Thomas. Therefore, he can be removed without anybody missing him.