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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This book combines logic, philosophy and criminal law. It is quite an interesting mystery with a twisty end. The author provided some impercfptibles, but even then I was shocked to read the solution.
Also I liked the mathematical stuff, like Godel’s Theorem, the Pythagorean sect and other. Though as a not so-much-experienced-in-math, I would have wanted some explanations at the end of the book, maybe some notes, made by the author. But I confess, it was interesting to search more info in the Net for furt This book combines logic, philosophy and criminal law.
But I confess, it was interesting to search more info in the Net for further knowledge. Some things, I found annoying a little bit. Though maybe the infantile suspect girl grabbed my interest. I could forgive it due to the further books if it were a series. I know that there is a film adaptation with Elijah Wood and John Hurt. Maybe I’ll watch it in the future just to see if the actors can help in better character imperceptiboes. To sum up, I have mixed feelings about this book. I liked the math part, the suspect revelation and the mystery with some flaws though was quite interesting.
I liked the M heart 8 puzzle. Can you tell me what the next symbol is, without searching the Net? View all 6 comments. This novel has more red herrings than a communist fish market.
But that’s OK because I like novels that throws you iperceptibles and keeps you guessing. Even if some of the herrings are obvious, there are always a few that swim by when you are not expecting them.
The Oxford Murders is a nifty mystery about two Oxford crimenees that are trying to solve a murder and if it seems a little Martinez mixes a nice share of mathematics, Wittgensteinian philosophy and even some This novel has more red herrings than a communist fish market.
Martinez mixes a nice share of mathematics, Wittgensteinian philosophy and even some mythology to make a very different tale of murder.
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 View all 4 comments.
The intriguing links between mathematics, magic and crime-solving make for imperceptilbes tongue-in-cheek take on the traditional cosy English murder mystery. What’s more, the reader can enjoy the added bonus of painlessly absorbing some interesting philosophical concepts along the way. There is a film based on this novel starring John Hurt and other notable actors. I haven’t seen it but it got very poor reviews – so probably best to avoid!
View all 3 crimwnes. That would be ok if there were some positives offsetting it. Unfortunately, except for a few graceful passages of writing about Oxford I’ve never been there, but what Mr.
Martinez wrote felt real to methere’s not much I can say that’s positive. The conversations about mathematics were boring and mostly beyond my understanding – not to mention false sounding real mathematicians wouldn’t have to explain basic things to one another. I wouldn’t expect Mr. Martinez to dumb his book down, but he should have found a way to explain the mathematics part of the story in a more believeable fashion.
There were too many coincidences, and life’s not that coincidental. And the characters either weren’t very interesting or were left unexplored. Would I ever reread this? Would I recommend it to a friend?
Not unless I was planning on cutting off the friendship.
Esta novela entrega lo que promete: El argumento por excelencia de toda buena novela policial. I like watching Inspector Morse and Inspector Lewis. Okay, for Inspector Lewis it’s because I like Hathaway, but still. I liked Numbers for a bit.
I didn’t like this book. Sometimes I don’t mind when you can figure out the solution by page The Blood Doctor is somewhat like that but it is still a good ijperceptibles because of the characters.
Not interesting characters here. And boy, did I mind. And the book is like Numbers but after the first season and a half, you know when it got stupid Honestly, Char I like watching Inspector Morse and Inspector Lewis. And imperceltibles 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!!
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And math people wouldn’t explain all that stuff to each other. Honestly, they really wouldn’t. And I’m sorry, the guy becomes so smart about murder because he read crime novels? He should be reading real accounts. I hope that was a translation issue. I hate Miss Marple unless its Rutherford; she’s just grand. My actual rating for The Oxford Murders is probably about 3. But I would describe this book as a novel written by a mathematician for mathematicians.
Almost all the characters, except for the detective, are either professional or amateur mathematicians–including the first victim. And a significant percentage of the pages of the novel consist not of story, but of one mathematician talking to another mathematician about some other mathematic My actual rating for The Oxford Murders is probably about 3. And a significant percentage of the pages of the novel consist not of story, but of one mathematician talking to another mathematician about some other mathematician or about some theory of mathematics.
Short sections of narrative action, with just enough occasional romance and a little sex, are interspersed like small oases in a desert of cognition. Impercceptibles may sound worse than I intend it to.
I did enjoy reading the novel, though its brevity is probably a good thing. And the ending is an interesting twist. And it does have Oxford as a setting, after all. I give the novel a qualified recommendation. 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.
Not an easy thing to live up to. He meets Arthur Seldom, a renowned logician who is an idol of his. When the student finds his landlady murdered in her parlor, he learns Seldom had received an anonymous note containing a symbol and imperceptibbles that this was only the first murder to come. I must confess that math and puzzles of logic are a foreign language to me so many of the discussions in this book were beyond me. Normally, I love books set in England.
Impdrceptibles was also little character development, including the fact that we never new the name of the narrator nor had any real reason to care about any inperceptibles the characters.
The book read very flat. There was nothing to draw me in; no suspense, no fascinating characters, no strong sense of place, and event the murders were uneventful.
The worst was that I identified the killer almost immediately and, in spite of the twists which ended up being rather silly. I found the ending totally unsatisfying.
The best thing is xrimenes the book was short and enables me to move on to my next book very quickly. Mathematicians or logisticians might enjoy this book. I recommend mystery lovers give it a pass.
crimends Murder by numbers, quite literally. Two mathematicians, one an ageing professor, the other an eager young student, set out to unravel a series of murders in and around the ancient University city of Oxford. There are puzzles within puzzles throughout this book, which should keep most people guessing until the denouement, even those eminent mathematicians out there.