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Kuidas olla hea
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Kuidas olla hea Nick Hornby Riina Jesmin Kuidas olla hea erineb Hornby varasematest raamatutest selle poolest, et minajutustaja on naine Katie Carr p ab t epoolest olla hea, sellep rast ta arstiks ppiski Ta v tab s damesse ka maailma muud probleemid ja p ab oma lastest korralikke inimesi kasvatada Kuidagiviisi katsub ta taluda ka oma meest, kes on kujundanud endale Holloway K ige Vihasema Mehe imago hel Kuidas olla hea erineb Hornby varasematest raamatutest selle poolest, et minajutustaja on naine Katie Carr p ab t epoolest olla hea, sellep rast ta arstiks ppiski Ta v tab s damesse ka maailma muud probleemid ja p ab oma lastest korralikke inimesi kasvatada Kuidagiviisi katsub ta taluda ka oma meest, kes on kujundanud endale Holloway K ige Vihasema Mehe imago hel saatuslikul p eval aga j uab ta abielurikkumiseni See on siiski alles tema katsumuste algus Katie mees David muutub imeravija puudutuse m jul Vihasest Inimesest Heaks Inimeseks ennastsalgavalt heaks Tema arusaam headusest t hendab ka kodutute majja v tmist ja laste m nguasjade laiali jagamist Kuidas see igap evases elus v lja kukub ja mida see hea inimese l hikondlastele kaasa toob seda Hornby oma vaimukas ja nauditavas raamatus vaatlebki.. Kuidas olla hea Kuidas olla hea erineb Hornby varasematest raamatutest selle poolest et minajutustaja on naine Katie Carr p ab t epoolest olla hea sellep rast ta arstiks ppiski Ta v tab s damesse ka maailma muud pr
  • Title: Kuidas olla hea
  • Author: Nick Hornby Riina Jesmin
  • ISBN: 9985306902
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Kuidas olla hea Nick Hornby Riina Jesmin

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    1. F says:

      This book was terrible I am not interested in reading a book about marriage divorce It was boring and just went on and on and on It makes me never want to get married EVER Just awful.

    2. Libby says:

      I think How to be Good certainly divided fans of Hornby who were used to his musical themes in High Fidelity and 31 Songs and his style in About a Boy He was given a lot of criticism for writing the book from the perspective of a middle aged female but this did not bother me in the slightest In fact I thought the book was witty and well written I found myself identifying with Katie, despite her whiny repetitive moments I loved her inner voice I found things written on the page that I have never [...]

    3. Shaina says:

      To say I didn t get this book would be a profound understatement Near as I can tell, it s about all the terrible, mundane ways life can grind you down, how hypocracy gets all of us in the end, and the way what was once beloved can turn into what you hate in the ones you used to love.I found this book tremendously depressing Also, it made me never want to get married or have kids Ever.I was tremendously disappointed in the ending as well, at the same time as I admired Hornby s technical skill In [...]

    4. will says:

      how to be goodAs long time readers know or maybe you don t Maria and I read to each other One of the joys of naked Sunday is the fact that we don t have to get up, spend the day wandering around the flat in our pyjamas just cos it is called naked Sunday doesn t necessarily mean that we spend the day nekkid , basically just slob about.This Sunday we spent the whole morning and a bit of the afternoon in bed We ate cereal, we drank cokes and we ate our way through a huge box of Runts While we were [...]

    5. Jeff says:

      As I started reading this I said to myself, Jeff, maybe your first Hornby book probably should have been High Fidelity not this one The narrator s a 40ish British woman who s married to an angry guy and who has two kids and is currently having an affair, but you know brutal cynicism and snark transcend everything It really does.The questions is thus If your spouse, suddenly goes from Mr Mrs Truculent, spewing venom everywhere, to someone who wants to do nothing but good deeds, do you 1 Insist up [...]

    6. Zaki says:

      How to Be Good could have appropriately been titled Who Gives a Shit or How to be Good for Nothing because that s what Nick Hornby is with his cheesy writing style and trite observations.

    7. Jon Cox says:

      The last sentence of this book made me feel daft I think I pretty much comprehended the majority of the book the mild, slightly frantic despair that the main character feels over a marriage that is mutually dissatisfactory the duplicitious and hypocritical nature of trying too hard to do good things when your own life is in shambles and you can t have fulfilling relationships with people that you actually know the ambiguity that someone can feel when no option is without unacceptable costs In fa [...]

    8. Eddie Owens says:

      Ok it s called How to be Good , so I will try to be good.It s an interesting idea that doesn t go anywhere, and on that basis, it should have been written as a short story.Here s why it didn t go anywhere The characters are one dimensional, there are no backstories, nothing is done with this miraculous faith healer.We don t get to find out why David is so broken and cynical, and we are only told in reported speech about his conversion This is the crux of the book for fuck s sake Someone undergoe [...]

    9. Sara says:

      Loved this book I didn t think I would, actually, because it opens with the decaying of a marriage between two Brits with kids The subject just doesn t grab me much, I mean, as escapist reading why would I want to read about an unhappy marriage Before I knew it, though, I was sucked in by the marvelous writing and witty humor of Nick Hornby.I had no idea where this book was going There are so many unpredictable twists and turns and just when you think it couldn t get any crazier, it does And it [...]

    10. Eva says:

      I wasn t sure how to rate this bookNick Hornby is an author that I generally like He has a great sense of humor and his writing seems effortless It flows out of him naturally and one almost feels like he must have taken a day or something to finish writing a book I m sure that s not the case and that he slaves over them like all writers This was not one of my favorite I loved A Long Way Down and Funny Girl I think the topic was perhaps not the right one for his writing style The book deals with [...]

    11. Antof9 says:

      This book made me sad It was really, really depressing In fact, so much that it actually put me in a bad mood while I was reading it.Don t get me wrong there were flashes of humor, clever writing, and certainly it begs a lot of introspection But it was a real downer None of the hope of About a Boy , and although I haven t read High Fidelity , I ve seen that movie, and I think that had hope too.So here s what I started writing after the first section for BBC last Saturday How to be Good isn t exa [...]

    12. Ivan says:

      I seen this book on my sister s shelf and asked her about it and her replay was It s horrible, characters are so annoying I wanted to torture them.So as Calvin said, that piqued my curiosity.Can it really be that bad Turns out that it can be as I found no redeeming part.

    13. Brad says:

      I really need to see the movie An Education Nick Hornby was nominated for the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar, and the critics thought he did a pretty fine job I also heard that his YA novel, Slam was fine I d like to see Hornby doing a fine job because I ve pretty much given up on him I loved Fever Pitch it is part of my personal mythology I am an Arsenal fan, and it is very nearly a bible to Gooners I also loved High Fidelity slacker, music loving greatness But since that brace of excellence, Ho [...]

    14. Sarah says:

      Well, this book proves that I can hate a book solely because of the protagonist I m disappointed because this was my first time reading a book by Nick Hornby and I wasn t impressed with the book or the writing The plot focuses on a woman called Katie who is unhappy with her life Then her husband goes through a radical change and becomes really good Its not a bad premise for a plot but there was nothing extraordinary or original about the book s execution Katie is absolutely unbearable She is a h [...]

    15. Adrianne Mathiowetz says:

      Well written, compelling, blah blah blah I m sick of books about affairs and divorce.

    16. Ritz says:

      Mi primer Hornby Hurra Gracias Kitty, gracias N ria excelente recomendaci n Ya tengo 31 Canciones en la repisa Por d nde comenzar Ser por mi absoluta identificaci n con el mundo reflexivo de la Doctora Katie Carr En su mente, es decir donde sucede toda la novela, soy ella No en sus acciones y decisiones, y definitivamente no soy ella en el rumbo que toma su vida ni en su destino final, yo de la primera p gina en adelante hubiese derrotado por caminos bien distintos.Pero a donde quiera que vaya, [...]

    17. Abhinav says:

      Okay, I can probably guess why this book is considered one of Nick Hornby s lesser works by fans of the author yet it found a place on the Man Booker Prize longlist Speaking for myself, I pick up a Hornby novel primarily for the laughs Besides that, he gives you those warm, fuzzy moments some observations about humankind in general that are worth their weight in gold But do I go in expecting endless self introspection whining Not really.The protagonist of How To Be Good is Katie Carr, a medical [...]

    18. Mike says:

      I bought this book maybe 6 years ago, after reading and loving High Fidelity and About a Boy I read 100 pages or so, and put it down A friend recently said she loved it, so I went back to give it another shot It is, after all, about moral ambiguity and the search for a good life That has always been one of my favorite topics Once I got back into it, though, I remembered the things I disliked about it in the first place, namely 1 I don t like any of the characters, major or minor, and I would not [...]

    19. Veronica says:

      This is the first Hornby book I have read and he did not disappoint I found it fun and truly original Katie, the main character, and her quirky, confused thoughts are very entertaining It makes you realize how our minds can go crazy sometimes specially when put in odd circumstances This story is somewhat ridiculous but it also presents very serious issues on family and relationships It speaks a lot about love and what it really means and gives importance to marriage and commitment In a very humu [...]

    20. Amy Wilder says:

      Really intimate first person novel about a woman whose husband suddenly stops being snarky and facetious and becomes really sincere and loving Basically I completely sympathized with her feeling that this person, while arguably much NICER than her husband, was basically NOT her husband any , and was also pretty annoying.It s a great humorous approach to the same kind of material about morality that Jonathan Franzen explores in Freedom Only, you know, funny and enjoyable rather thanGreat American [...]

    21. Kaya says:

      4.5 stars The plain state of being human is dramatic enough for anyone you don t need to be a heroin addict or a performance poet to experience extremity You just have to love someone This book is drastically different from Hornby s other works There is still dark humor, but family dilemma and midlife crisis hold the center of the plot Honestly, this could be even my favorite book by Hornby because of the issues that it deals with The author wants to tell us that nothing is black and white and t [...]

    22. Jillian says:

      I loved this book, even though I hated the beginning and I didn t really like the ending either At first I thought it was a book about nasty people, divorce and affairs, and I m really tired of those themes It turns out it was about much I don t care that Hornby is a man writing from a female protagonist s POV, since he did it so well I love humor about manners, morals and hypocrisy, and this is was what the book is about So many people found this book depressing, but I didn t I found it realis [...]

    23. Ginny_1807 says:

      La trama, a mio avviso, presenta qualche forzatura e i personaggi sono a volte definiti in modo eccessivamente stravagante, tuttavia i temi di fondo del romanzo vengono sviluppati con sensibilit , equilibrio e competenza Anche in un contesto decisamente meno riuscito rispetto ai lavori precedenti, lo stile narrativo, venato di intelligente ironia, rivela lo scrittore di razza e sotto i suoi fendenti si sgretola la maschera di ipocrisia e di cinismo dietro la quale oggigiorno ci si nasconde nell [...]

    24. Salvo Sorrenti says:

      Peccato davvero per il finale, la seconda parte di questo libro non mi proprio piaciuta, ho avuto la sensazione che nemmeno Hornby sapesse bene cosa farsene di BuoneNuove e dei protagonisti.Peccato perch la prima parte invece spassosa, fortemente sconsigliata a chi immagina la vita di coppia come una nuvola sospesa a forma di cuore E preferibile essere single incalliti o avere alle spalle almeno 30 anni di matrimonio per affrontarlo con leggerezza.Comprendo quindi i molti voti negativi Non l ho [...]

    25. Tony says:

      Whilst I admit that there are some shrewdly observed elements of a fractured relationship unfortunately writing from experience , this is not a pleasant read at all It begins as it means to go on and on and onI had enough of a struggle making sense of my own disaster without looking on in Peeping Tom fashion at someone else s

    26. Anna(Bananas!) says:

      Completely annoying MCs I m surprised I made it through Disappointed because I like the author.

    27. john Adams says:

      How to be Good by Nick HornbyI picked up this book as part of my I am going to read people who aren t dead series I can see Hornby s appeal He is a good writer And if I were the kind of kid who was to wear really tight black jeans, over sized white tee shirts, and knit caps with brims and spend my time riding my one gear bike through the mission looking for cheap Mexican food, Hornby would be my man He epitomizes Gen Y God I love those Gen labels If you are apathetic, directionless, like to anal [...]

    28. Norman Revill says:

      Ok, so Hornby s a Gooner and his taste in music is not exactly mine, but he sure can write Why do we read To prove we are not alone A never ending attempt to understand the human condition A quest for like minds Search me All of these and a lot besides I would say As with a lot of the novels I read, my wife saw this in a charity shop on a weekend away and bought it for 20p on a Saturday morning By Sunday lunchtime I d read it and told her she should read it too and then pass it on to our daught [...]

    29. Emma says:

      I don t think it s a great sign when you put down a book after you ve finished it and feel completely and utterly relieved that it s finally over Forget about that final line and that fact that I didn t care enough or am obviously not clever enough to deduce any meaning from the sudden, jarring throat punch of a ending sentance.Nick Hornby in undeniably a brilliant writer and I have enjoyed many of his books In this he shows many of those positive qualities in his wit, his intelligence, his deft [...]

    30. Sofia T. (♥ Dimitri Belikov) says:

      Mixed Feelings I enjoyed it but I just couldn t connect with the characters and the end made no sense

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