Book Six 2013, Casi un Objeto

A  collection of short stories by the nobel prize winning author José Saramago.

With is particular  humour and  beautiful narrative the author  makes  us witness to the demise of a chair, a car worried by his next gasoline fix, a king tired of funeral processions, a rebellion of objects and even a centaur hidden in the woods of  modernity.

This book is perfect to read during a coffee break or lunch.  It gives you the opportunity to escape reality for a little while as you dwell in the always enticing worlds and words of  José Saramago.

 

So that’s 5,071 pages down, 44,671 pages to go.

Total Pages 116,651 pages

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