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As one may see, The Oxford Murders is not a book I would recommend to someone seeking a classical murder mystery. This book lacks content that most murder mysteries have, the concepts explained make the readers that are not familiar with them, feel left out during chapter long math lectures, and finally, the ending is not well thought out. I am irritated that this book, which takes nearly the same idea, with the same twist, does not in any way allude to or acknowledge, the brilliant Agatha Christie.
It may be the most fun book I ever read that involved mathematics professors, and we all know mathematics professors can be real party animals And math people wouldn’t explain all that stuff to each other. That for example, the numbers 1, 2 ,4 and 8 can be followed by any number and not necessarily I know that there is a film adaptation with Elijah Wood and John Hurt.
And it does have Oxford as a setting, after all.
Esta novela entrega lo que promete: Not unless I was planning on cutting off the friendship. The best thing is that the book was short and enables me to move on to my next book very quickly.
Lists with This Book. There was nothing to draw me in; no suspense, no fascinating characters, no strong sense of place, and event the murders were uneventful. One for the Charity Shop! That would be ok if there were some positives offsetting it. The Oxford Murders is a nifty mystery about two Oxford academics that are trying to solve a murder and if it seems a little And the book is like Numbers but after the first season and a half, you know when it got stupid Honestly, Charlie has to tell the FBI, including a profiler, that they should negoiate!!
Open Preview See a Problem? I recently watched the film adaptation starring John Hurt and Frodo. He meets Arthur Seldom, a renowned logician who is an idol of his. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. When the student finds his landlady murdered in her parlor, he learns Seldom had received an anonymous note containing a symbol and indication that this was only the first murder to come.
And the characters either weren’t very interesting or were left unexplored. This was an ok read but I don’t think I’d pick up another Guillermo Martinez in the future. On top of it, many other mathematical theories are introduced that cloud the reader with unneeded information that is very hard to withhold throughout the various events of the story. It’s hard to escape the reality that any crime drama set in Oxford is just asking to be compared to Colin Dexter’s Inspector Morse series and, of course, the Inspector Lewis spin-off and the Endeavor spin-off on the telly.
El argumento por excelencia de toda buena novela policial. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I liked Numbers for a bit. I liked the M heart 8 puzzle.
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Oct 30, G. I liked the math part, the suspect revelation and the mystery with some flaws though was quite interesting.
And I’m sorry, the guy becomes so smart about murder because he read crime novels? View all 6 comments.
View all 3 comments. I found the ending totally unsatisfying. I found this short mystery fascinating due to its cerebral nature. To sum up, I have impfrceptibles feelings about this book. I didn’t like this book. And boy, did I mind.
There are puzzles within puzzles throughout this book, which should keep most people guessing until the denouement, even those eminent mathematicians out there. Both book and film are worth a little investment of time.
I wouldn’t expect Mr. Would I recommend it to a friend? It would have been even better if the translator had written it with an accent. It appears that the serial killer can be stopped only if somebody can decode the next symbol in the sequence. Retrieved from ” https: And the ending is an interesting twist. It should let the reader foreshadow, while still keeping a certain mystery.
The Oxford Murders Spanish: This book combines logic, philosophy and criminal law. I could forgive it due to the further books if it were a series.
On a balmy summer’s day in Oxford an old lady who once helped decipher the Enigma Code is killed. I am now going to reread the ABC Murders, perhaps the author paid such delicate homage to her, that I’ve somehow misse Rant, possibly with spoilers, As a young girl, I read with my grandma all the Agatha Christie books, and I really enjoyed the ABC Murders, the idea of a logical series being used as crimnes smokescreen was very alluring to me.
However a famous logician, Arthur Seldom, and author of a book on the mathematics of serial killers, shares the appearance of a strange note in his mailbox. Almost all the characters, except for the detective, are either professional or amateur mathematicians–including the first victim.