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Lets Be Just Friends (Just Friends, rWilleview later I was uietly won over by this book Cryptography Is Interesting And The interesting and the surrounding it are as cryptic as the ciphers they are listening for solving and sometimes living I highly A Mother and Daughter Diary of Raw Food Recipes for Beginners recommend this noveleally four stories joined by theme and subject Lis kiinalaista kryptoanalyysi Koodinmurtajan tapaan Siin miss Koodinmurtaja oli yhden ihmisen tarina ja enemm n omaanimainen t m kirja koostuu nelj st osasta joista jokainen kertoo yhden poikkeuksellisen yksil n tarinan Kaikki tarinat liittyv t Koodinmurtajasta tuttuun erikoisyksikk 701een joka on erikoistunut salakirjoituksiin ja niiden murtamiseen Koodien murtamisen kanssa n iss kin painitaan ja kuvataan ter v sti sit miten kryptoanalyysi on ala joka puristaa ihmisest irti kaiken mit irti on saatavissaAika kiinalainen juttu t m kin ep TT L NSIMAISISTA KRYPTOANALYYSIN POIKKEUSYKSIL l nsimaisista kryptoanalyysin poikkeusyksil kerrottaisiin v h n erilainen tarina ja kerrotaankin onhan se Turing this novel is a collection of four novellas loosely linked together they tell the story of a mysterious chinese intelligence service working in the mountains decrypting ciphers and codes as a matter of national importance even better it s written by china s answ This book has so much potential but eally the whole book would be better marketed as a short story collection There s no Au bagne real link between each story It s almost just a collection of 4 stories about people with variations of Asperger s syndrome That s a pretty parsimonious description but may seem uite prescient once you ve finished the bookIt is a strange novel I picked it up for 2 at a book sale written by the supposed Chinese John le Carre and best selling author in China I got it in an attempt to further understand Chinese cultural differences secondly to see what stories people in China areeading 'Cracking another country's cipher is an undercover fight to the death'Hidden deep in the mountains the ecruits at 'Unit 701' China's secret services operate in a dark shadowy world There is the 'wind li. ,
Ge and at times almost opaue for a western eader Take for example There is a saying that some women are uite shrewish and some men toadying Or what seems saying that some women are uite shrewish and some men toadying Or what seems be a classic Chinese proverb you always save the best steel for knives The second I can kind of understand but the first seems to need the cultural context of having grown up in China and it diminishes your appreciation of "The Text Without That "text without that Contrast that to how easily a western audience digests the General Patton uote used towards the end There s only one proper way for a professional soldier to die the last bullet of the last battle of the last war It s so easy for a western audience to understandIn saying all this you ll still be delighted by Abing Huang Yiyi Chen Erdu and a few of the others you ll keep eading largely
find out what happens to these tortured geniuses Unfortunately main characters are mostly interesting in contrast to the bland supporting cast and surrounding characters and you ll be worn down by the way the brutal egime celebrates them in the shadows There s a famous story that Mao s favourite book was a little known French novel Whenever the French ambassadors went to China he would ask them about it and ave about how great it was The ambassadors would be confused and on eading the original French version emain confused as it seemed like a pretty un of the mill story with a unimpressive and poorly aged prose style In the end it turned out that the person who had translated the novel into Chinese was possibly one of the greatest Chinese writers of all time he had taken this French novel and turned it into a masterpiece through translation It may be with In The Dark that the opposite process has happened and what was a glowing piece of literature has through translation become a sputtering light. Dangerous mission from beyond the graveIn this story of conspiracies geniuses evolutionaries and terrible moral choices people sacrifice everything for a world of secrets until ultimately it destroys th. .To Find Out What Happens To These Tortured Geniuses Unfortunately
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Hese days and lastly because the blurb caught my eye The novel was undermined by either a sub par translator or the writer being unable to edit his own material To compare it to other authors I would say it was like a combination of Haruki Murakami and John le carre but written by an unskilled high Carre but written by an unskilled high student that could have been a translation issue though There s too many laboured details things said over and over again in slightly different ways epetition after epetition description followed by a similar description explanations of explanations summaries of already summarised materials like some long drawn out distillation process a slow tedious simmering of material where you can distillation process a slow tedious simmering of material where you can just have the final eduction you have to experience the educing Now you know what I m talking about I am however open to this strange writing style as a pastiche of the Chinese communist party way of writing Potentially the writer is purposely writing in a bureaucratic fashion to emulate what the Chinese would ecognise as the party line The narrator is supposedly opening the vault on the mysterious Unit
701 Though It Sthough it s made clear if he s writing a party eport or just sharing the story with the general publicOn another note the genius component and magic parts of the story are well executed but lack the mesmerising uality other magic ealist authors like Murakami often endow their prose with they also could have gone deeper It s almost like there is a Chinese imperative to stick strictly to facts and to not delight too much in what verges on supernatural even ecognising the nature of the narrators ecording purposes As already mentioned the writing is too epetitive and laboured it needs a Hemingway slap across the faceReading Chinese cliches similes and metaphors is uite enjoyable but also very stran. Stener' a blind surveillance officer who can hear sounds from miles away; the beautiful unstable maths genius who meets a violent end; the old man who deciphers codes in his dreams; the spy who ecounts