I think the goal of the task is very reasonable and when you presented the task I felt ready to get to know an architectural book better. Then the tasks came I liked how they were rather simple to understand and they always had the effect of some new revelation about the book so it is a well-chosen series of tasks. The most I liked seeing the book and looking at it in the library because it was really something I had never done, and it was so interesting to see a book from such another time and place.
But I got to know my book the most in the last task. There were some mix-ups with the groups and I ended up doing the task with Ipek, who was not in a book cloud so I had to look through my notes and translations again to really try and collect all information to write a story without the cloud. After finishing the story draft (it is a smolltalk between the two books) I realised how much I got to know about my book and it was not really hard work because you always gave us more than enough time to complete a task.
Of course I always had to find back to being friends with my book because I had not thought about it for so long but nonetheless it is better to have that much time between the tasks.
In the beginning it was often hard to really give in to the book and the tasks but I think this was because I was exhausted by everything new and especially by things that had a dead line. But now, at the end, I am very satisfied with the outcome, that I actually know my book more or less although I do not really understand the language.
So thank you, it is something new and a creative format to wake some interest in all kinds of books and the way we see them.