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The preview looks fantastic, doesn't it? I've watched it so many times already.I read the book last year as part of a readalong and it was a tough read. I considered for a moment that I might re-read it but then read my post again and remembered that I probably won't. ;) Maybe listening--there are some excellent narrators included in the production. If you read it I hope you enjoy it. Seems to be one of those that many really love.
It's probably the best trailer I've ever seen! It certainly makes me want to see the movie.Hmmm, I may try to get the audio rather than read the printed version. Just watching the trailer gives me the sense that the book would be quite complex and tough to follow. My library doesn't have a downloadable version of the book, so I may have to join Audible.com to get a copy.
HOLY COW!!!!!!!!!!! I think I've been living under a rock as I have never even heard of this book. But that trailer WAS amazing and now I will be getting my hands on this book.....awesome post!!
I remember hearing about this novel when it first came out, but it didn't sound like anything I wanted to read. After reading Trish's comment (above), I still don't think I want to read it, but I'm willing to give the audio a try. I'll definitely see the movie, though!
OMG!!! What a fabulous trailer!! I'm going to download a sample and see how it reads. The philosophy of life this showed is so closely connected to my own! I simply must give it a try. Thanks for sharing this. I'm really stunned -- in a good way.
Isn't it an amazing trailer? I can't wait to see the movie. I don't think I'll read the book, but I'll definitely watch the film.
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