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My taste changing, but this was not christenden crime book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Yell rated it liked it Apr 08, Dynah Thirst rated it did not like it Oct 29, Benjamin rated it did not like it Mar 29, Beatles – Una extraordinaria novela generacional por uno de los grandes narradores europeos Lars Saabye Christensen. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This book is heavy, both in length and subject matter, and for me, it never quite found a balance.
I’m not sure how to write a review for this book because I’m still not sure if I like it. Lene Bergmann rated it did not like it Sep 27, It is worth noting here that part of why I struggled with this book, and thus took so The Half Brother was… an interesting experience. But beneath the liveliness of his portrayal melancholy always lurks in the books.
Vizionare Lars Saabye Christensen. I had about pages left and I had to leave this page monster behind in Latvia His realism alternates between poetic image and ingenious incident, conveyed in supple metropolitan language and slang that never smacks of the artificial or forced. Writing style was really great, I was enjoying especially first pages about Barnum’s mother and grandmotherbut I quit reading after pages, when it was only about two brothers, violence and bullying.
Alternately funny and dour, with some great set pieces, but also some passages that bogged down and didn’t take me anywhere. But be Lars Saabye Christensen is a gifted storyteller, a narrator who is imaginative, but equally down to earth. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Lists with This Book. And I liked this book at the very beginning, with the minute telling of the women’s story, then on to Arnold’s story, but then it went on to Barnum’s story, and on and on and on and on.
I was disappointed in the ending because it left so many things hanging.
Indeed, critics have drawn parallels with the black humour of Woody Allen. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Hvor er hermanawtro han vil?
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. And all the flash forwards and flashbacks were jarring. We leave a wake that never quite disappears, a gash in time that we so laboriously leave behind us. Lars Erik rated it liked it Aug 14, Gunhild Holthe rated it did not like it Dec 27, His heroes possess a good deal of self-irony. Indeed, critics have drawn parallels with the black humour of Woody Allen.
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Ecco un libro sull’attesa. Why did Vivian’s father lie about the car accident to Barnum? About Lars Saabye Christensen. The book store sale of overcopies of the Norwegian edition has made this one of the greatest commercial successes in Norway, and it was voted the best novel of the last 25 years by Dagbladet’s readers in Anyway, there’s an interesting scene with a discus that you won’t soon forget.
I wanted to know Fred’s story, and I wanted to know more about Boletta. Barnum had the longest childhood of any character I can remember, and, as his story progressed, I liked him less and was interested in him less. This subscription can be terminated at any time in the section “Subscription”. Sabrina rated it did not like it Apr 27, Trivia About The Half Brother. Recommended by my Norwegian friend Stig, this book possessed me for months. Beatles Lars Saabye Christensen.
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My favorite remains one from the beginning of the book, as Norway celebrates the end of World War II: Isabelle rated it did not like it Nov 06, I had a little trouble following the timeline and for some reason the book didn’t hold on to me like some do. So whenever I’d put it down and then go back to it I’d have to stop and think where I was in the story. Elena rated it did not like it Jun 30, This meant that I could, in general, flip the book open at a random and find two pages full of margin-to-margin text, without the slightest hint of negative space.
His heroes possess a good deal of self-irony.