- Fort Bonifacio, Philippines
- member since November 5, 2007
Thanks for your recommendation :)
I don't believe everything people say out there (doesn't matter if it's just the internet or the 'real' world) but I was just wondering. I find it a waste of my money to pay ten euro's for a book I might not enjoy. (and there's quite a big chance that that comment was made by someone with a low IQ, considering the people who live in the Netherlands (I really don't like it here)).
I think I'm gonna see if I can find 'Who Moved My Cheese' somewhere.
you asked if you should read Foucault's Pendulum (yeah!) and if it has anything to do with Foucalt. If you refer to Michel, nope. It takes the idea of the Pendulum as a context for some of the actions in the book, and of course - this is Eco - you get the history of the Pendulum.
This book is great if you're interested in history and disgusted by those authors linking the templars to George bush (I don't say there is no such link LOL). Reading the book gives you an update on about every topic those esoteric authors tackle