There are so many exciting developments in and around arithmetic geometry which may be more interesting, and then this</i< film portrait of Yuri Manin. (BTW, have read U. Ecco’s “Name of the Rose”? Here an architect’s realization of the library tower in the monastry of the novel.)
I found “Foucault’s pendulum” unreadable (and with so high probability uninteresting) that I never really read it. “Name of the Rose” is in contrast really good, e.g. was in the 1990’s recommended by historians to get an impression of those medieval times. I had enjoyed reading it very much (perhaps because Eco used Aristotle’s advize in it and wrote it like a movie script?), but it is too long ago to know if I would like it now again. Eco’s monastry library (more), the Berlin version (it’s cafeteria).