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"The book starts off normally enough, with a young girl receiving philosophy lessons in the post. Then it gets weirder and weirder until you have no idea what is happening, and feel compelled to keep reading to work it all out. The reveal doesn't come until right at the end, and when it does you want to go back to the beginning so you can read it all again with the new knowledge of how it's actually all working."–James LiddellGet a copy or get the audiobook.
Two decades ago, a history of philosophy by an unknown Norwegian teacher became a most unlikely phenomenon. But how has time changed the writer? And how might he change his book now, if he could? Jostein Gaarder takes up his own story