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At this point I don’t care about them at all You have to remember perflectly each charactere, beause the author consolantee jump from his childhood to his actual like to the time where he met his wife. But as always seems to be the case with Anna Gavalda, her books are not about plot but about characters.

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The protagonist Charles Balanda had no characteristics or happenings at all that intrigued me whatsoever. Einerseits war es sehr anstrengend zu lesen, ich war ein paar Mal kurz davor, abzubrechen. There’s Anouk, who haunts the book, peeking out of corners where you didn’t expect her to be. E qui, nel leggere la sua storia, mi sono emozionata.

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La consolante by Anna Gavalda

A book about love, love for humans, in new and liberating forms, even when coming with loving self sacrifice, about dramatic stops to waist life and start living. He seems to be an ordinary man, recognized in his job, in emotional lack.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Romanul m-a dezamagit deoarece este foarte incalcit scris, te deruteaza uneori nu stii care personaj conzolante prezent. English edition is scheduled for release in The author challenged the reader, no question about it: Want to Read saving….

And about a midlife-crises and how you can really live your dreams even if its the difficult way to live. Oct 22, Patricia Mauerhofer rated it really liked it.

Anna Gavalda. La consolante.

I will read it again I’m sure. The highlight of this novel for me was a brief cameo from some particularly loveable characters from one of Gavalda’s previous novels, which also gave a great sense of completeness to Gavalda’s growing portrait of modern Parisian life.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Sie lebt mit ihren zwei Kindern bei Paris. A book about love in surprising, daunting, confused, enlightened forms. A book plenty of humanity, as very often in the writing of Anna Gavalda. Der Handlungsverlauf war verwirrend. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. And really, Kate forms the center of the novel, as she forms the center of the children’s lives, all the while slipping out of the frame with Anouk in the distance behind her.

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But the story was with me long time after I had finished reading the book, it had a lot to tell me. It reminds me of Elizabeth Goudge and Rumer Godden because nothing really seems to happen but there’s a story there that’s awfully compelling.

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Ggavalda ma asteptam la mai mult May 23, Yannick rated it did not like it Shelves: Es hat mir gefallen, sehr gut gefallen. Jan 21, Christina rated it it was amazing. While working as French teacher in high school, a collection of her short stories was first published in under the title “Je voudrais que quelqu’un m’attende quelque part” that met with both critical acc Anna Gavalda is a French teacher and award-winning novelist.

Ich wusste manchmal nicht, was die Autorin denn eigentlich aussagen will.

This one is hard to read from the beginning. Dec 11, Marie Cotte rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 08, Catherine Matte rated it did not like it Shelves: When Kate comes around it starts being awesome. La consolante by Anna Gavalda.