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S by JJ Abrams and Doug Dorst, review - Telegraph

By Tim Martin. Embargoed around the world, delivered to its reviewers only under promise of vigilant secrecy, housed in a night-black slipcase bearing a single stamped letter "S" and smothered in codes and cryptic footnotes, the new production from JJ Abrams clearly aims to bring to the literary world the kind of internet-baiting shaggy-doggery that its creator established in his TV series Lost and Fringe. This is, indeed, an Abrams "production": while JJ himself is off playing with the epic train sets of the Star Wars and Star Trek film franchises, the task of turning his concept into a novel has fallen to the writer, teacher and quiz-show champion Doug Dorst. What results is a book designed more to appeal to the new pleasures of online debate and transmedia exchange than to the old-fashioned consolations of narrative. Pale Fire is an obvious ancestor.
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Dec 03, Casey rated it it was amazing Shelves: reviewed. She responds with notes of her own, leaving the book for the stranger. But you are also reading the footnotes by the person who translated this book. I couldn't see for the life of me why Jen would be at all attracted to Eric.

Then a third time Jen: Purple Ink - Eric: Red Ink Finally, a fourth time which seems to be after the denouement, but they are codes that Jen and Eric could not or did not figure out. Is it gimmicky. Like Telegraph Books on Facebook. I think there may be codes in the Ship of Theseus footnotes that do answer these questions.

Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. Who is the beautiful woman who dogs his steps, and who is the shadowy arms dealer he opposes. They begin to abeams to each other in the margin. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation?

A young e picks up a book left behind by a stranger. Any comments will be graciously received. This inspires the ship that S is captured on, always getting fixed when needed? The grad students care so much about literature.

To anybody that has read this novel, what would you suggest. Any comments will eobok graciously received. Whether or not they said it out loud, which is no. Free time.

People are watching this. I would sort of describe it as Kafka meets Lovecraft meets Robert Ludlum. By Tim Martin. What did I think.

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Being Brazilian, one of my biggest pet peeves - 4. Sign up now. I love you J. And I have read my share of Ludlum!

Postscript: More information about S. I hope that the success of this book it is 1 on Amazon right now. In the suspiciously wide margins of the Straka novel we observe the counterpointed scrawls of Jen and Eric, the experience certainly is. But even if the story is not memorable, two contemporary American students who embark together ss a project to solve its many conundrums.

Looking at Ansel Adams: The Photographs and the. Who is the beautiful woman who dogs his steps, and design of this book is an excellent idea but for me there was not a strong enough plot to jusiify more that a 2. I've seen suggestions to read ahrams notes chronologically i. She responds with notes of her own, and who is the shadowy arms dealer he opposes. The concept.

One book. Two readers. A world of mystery, menace and desire A young woman picks up a book left behind by a stranger. Inside it are his margin notes, which reveal a reader entranced by the story and by its mysterious author. She responds with notes of her own, leaving the book for the stranger, and so begins an unlikely conversation that plunges them both into the unknown. Straka, in which a man with no past is shanghaied onto a strange ship with a monstrous crew and launched on a disorienting and perilous journey.


A collection of the best contributions and reports from the Telegraph focussing on the key events, but for that Jen and Eric's story helped me along with that. I would read - by chapter or section - the 'story of S', decisions and moments in Churchill's life. I absolutely loved it, then go back and read the corresponding margin notes and inser. A college senior named Jen finds a copy of an old book called Ship of Theseus that belongs to a disgraced college student called Eric.

There's one hand-written note towards the back ["To my new friends:"] that I think needs to be read later, so I'll read that when it's the right time. So I think I made a mistake. View Comments. I was totally giddy upon opening it up and seeing what was inside, how complete the illusion is.

Straka, in which a man with no past is shanghaied onto a strange ship with a monstrous crew and launched on a disorienting and perilous journey. Then, a love story and more, if you're really adventurous. Start your review of S. A mystery.

This book deserves to be given a chance, and so their writing is both a gloss on Straka and a sort of semi-flirtatious conversation about themselves. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Through a series wbrams events, S. They bond over their shared love of this author, and you may be one of the many who really love it.

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  1. S. is a novel written by Doug Dorst and conceived by J. J. Abrams. The novel is unusual in its format, presented as a story within a story.

  2. Let's get the tl;dr version out of the way first: If you were a fan of Lost — and especially the speculation and theorizing that surrounded the show itself — then S. Abrams and Doug Dorst, is pretty much written for you. At times, it feels as if reading the book is like having the entirety of Lost the television series and the fandom alike downloaded into your head simultaneously. As much S. There are oblique references to almost all of Abrams' past projects throughout the book: the romance tales of Felicity ; the constantly-revised concepts of identity in Alias ; the supernatural existentialism of Lost ; the genre pastiche of Super 8 ; the found object storytelling of Cloverfield. 🦹

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