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Oh, and have shortwave radio conversations with my grandma over in another desirable residence in the Upper West Side. I have empathy for every living thing including you. This is the way I speak with my Mom: My brain is just naturally like Pixar HD. You may be wondering how I got to be like I am.
My grandfather, frinstance. Is that a word? It is now.
Do you like plays? Do you like it when you can hear something before you can see it? View all 55 comments. Extremely Precocious and Incredibly Irritating. View all 10 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was horrible. The writing was horrible. The book jumped around and around and was so hard to follow. It was like reading something written by someone who was half squirrel and half crack head.
Instead of creating colorful and deep characters using words, he used punctuation. The grandfather spoke using an abundance of useless commas, the grandmother used lots of periods and Mr. Black spoke in sentences using only exclamation points. I was thankful no spoke by asking only questions. If I wou This was horrible. If I would have seen a page full of question marks I think I might have thrown the book across the room!
I found Oskar to be the only unique and real character in the book, but after awhile he even started to annoy me. His little quirks were too over the top, like the author was trying to compensate and distract the reader from the nonexistent plot. A boy loses his father and finds a key in an envelope with the name "Black" on it.
We go through pages and pages of meeting lots of people with the name "Black" only to find out the key had nothing to do with his dad in the first place. He has weird grandparents who like to write him letters about their sex life and who really didn't add anything to the plot of the story that I could tell. Then he digs up his father's empty coffin and fills it with letters, the end.
I found the subject matter heart breaking, and did tear up at times, but it's hard not to tear up when anyone talks about that horrible day. I hated the pictures the most. The book had pages of meaningless pictures.
But one picture stood out from the rest and made me cringe. I am outraged by this! View all 23 comments. I finished this book this morning, determined to complete it before I did anything else today. I wanted it to just be over. I don't know how to communicate my disappointed sighs via text.
It was given to me by a friend who loved it - someone whose opinion I trust. I didn't get around to reading it for a long ti I finished this book this morning, determined to complete it before I did anything else today. I didn't get around to reading it for a long time though, and now that I have, it is my sad duty to report that I didn't like it at all.
This should have been a moving story about grief, a little boy searching to find out why his father died, and learning to let him go. But it wasn't anything.
There was no plot, no point, and I just didn't get it. There was exactly three sections of this book that made me feel something other than confusion and frustration. These three sections probably add up to about 10 pages, all together.
And then one of them was a lie, so back to the confusion and frustration on that one. This book was so damn gimmicky. I have a very low tolerance for gimmicks in books, and I feel that if an author is going to use anything at all other than words to tell his story, it had better fit and make sense, and add something.
Nothing was added to the story or the experience for most of this stuff. Most of it was completely random - it literally could have been picked by the close your eyes and point method out of a table full of photos at an oddities shop. Or maybe this explains it: Please, tell me, how did a picture of two turtles mating happen to him? A photo of a man on the ground during or after a tennis match?
Two early Homo Sapiens walking together? When was he an astronaut? Or any of these: These things didn't happen to him, and I can't even see how they are even remotely related to him or anything he experienced - except perhaps in a symbolic or metaphorical way. But that doesn't fit. Oskar is extremely literal. He doesn't understand figures of speech, so I find it very difficult to think he'd have a scrapbook called "Stuff That Happened To Me" filled with symbolic or metaphorical pictures representing his feelings.
If that's the case, why not just call it "Pictures Representing My Feelings"? Oskar annoyed the hell out of me from the very beginning, and I just could not bring myself to like or identify with him.
I tried. I mean, he's a little boy who thinks about things in a specific and ordered way, who needs stability, and his father dying pulled the rug out from under him. I just couldn't. I couldn't like this kid who can't see that his mother is actually grieving for her husband but notices things like the subway lines in New York only being above ground in "poor neighborhoods". I couldn't like this fucking selfish kid who tells his mother that he wishes he had a choice which parent died, who can't comprehend his mother or his grandmother having a life outside of him, who actually thinks things like "Why is she not waiting at the door?
I'm the only thing that matters to her" about his grandmother. Oh, but Oskar is such a charmer, you know, when he asks random women if he can kiss them, and tells them they are "incredibly beautiful". No, he means it. All of them. He's the creepy fucking old man who stands too close on a train And yet people just go with it.
I know that Oskar's mom called around and told the people named Black that he'd be coming, but that wasn't until after he'd been around to a few, and still random people that he meets, all the people named Black that stalks tracks down on his investigation, they just go along with it, like it's not weird at all. Even if they were warned, I seriously doubt that every person would "play along". They act like they know that "heavy boots" means he's depressed rather than literally thinking that his shoes weigh a lot.
They don't say "I don't kiss 9 year old boys" they say "It wouldn't be a good idea. Nobody EVER says what they mean in this book. Oskar says inappropriately honest things because he's literal and a child and probably has Asperger's, but when it comes to important things to him - his father - he shuts down.
Which is a huge theme in this book. Nobody talks to each other. Seriously, this was, I think for me, the most frustrating aspect of this book. It made me want to throw the damn thing across the room so many times. I hate, HATE, stupid people who suffer and cause other people to suffer needlessly because they are incapable of opening their fucking mouth, or getting a damn pen, or hiring a singing clown telegram, or a skywriter or communicating in SOME WAY with another person about their needs or fears or thoughts or Refuse what?
Just fucking Half of this story is about Oskar's Grandma and Grandpa, and the shit's so convoluted and goddamn stupid that at the end I seriously could not believe that paper was wasted on this.
You know, I was going to give you the Cliff's Notes version of the stupidity that is Oskar's Grandparents' relationship, but I actually can't bring myself to type it all out. So I'll just tell you that I literally hated reading about it, because they were both so stupid and I could not comprehend why they couldn't just TALK to each other. Oh, but Grandpa doesn't talk. He writes everything down.
One sentence per page. My overall impression of Grandma and Grandpa's lives: What a waste. Like I said. I wanted to like this book. I remember being glued to the TV and feeling almost physically sick. So I thought this book would be moving and beautiful and heartbreaking. But instead it was just frustrating. It was all over the place, gimmicky, and overall pointless, since Oskar's investigation had nothing at all to do with his father in the end.
View all 18 comments. I was hoping to have a more positive experience with Foer after reading Everything is Illuminated, and so I tried this. A horrible mistake. Instead of sympathy and sadness, as the author tried so desperately to make me feel with the garish cliches, I felt manipulated and disappointed.
Nice fuzzy cliches that mean nothing. Instead of a precocious child, I kept thinking that th I was hoping to have a more positive experience with Foer after reading Everything is Illuminated, and so I tried this. Instead of a precocious child, I kept thinking that the narrator was a stunted thirty year old man-child, like Lenny from Mice and Men or Charlie Gordon from Flowers for Algernon.
But there was a difference - Lenny and Charlie are sympathetic characters. Oskar is not. The narrator was too smarmy and unlikable, and tried to draw my sympathy with the most cliched and stereotypical utterances. There are ways to make people feel again after tragedies. I admit I'm a victim to them easily, and often weep for them. This, however, only made me feel annoyed at the stupidity and manipulation of the story.
I wonder what tragedy Foer will turn into writing next, and then laugh as the royalty checks pour in. Not recommended. View all 3 comments.
Bukan pertama kali ini saia dipanggil "aneh" oleh teman-teman saia. Bahkan sejak SD pun, rekan-rekan saia pernah mengatakan bahwa saia itu "alien dari planet Pikari ", merujuk pada nama planet asal Ultraman Zearth yg kadung populer pada saat itu setelah Ultraman Dyna dan Ultraman Tiga. Tatapan aneh yg bisa diterjemahkan sbg where are you planet from?
Tak pelak kejadian itu membuat saia sempat dijuluki alien palagi film2 alien saat itu sangat populer, bahkan ada model pakaian nge-trend yg memasang logo alien.
Buku unik dan aneh. Tokohnya seorang anak kecil aneh. Ok, judul buku ini saja sudah unik. Oya, biar Anda ga bingung, saia akan memberikan sedikit bocoran cerita, hehe Kisah ini bertutur ttg seorang anak bernama Oscar, berumur 9 tahun. Jelas Oscar tak faham benar dg apa yg mereka obrolkan. Bagaimana cara ayahnya meninggal? Nah, setelah kematian ayahnya, Oscar menemukan sebuah kunci. Begitu garis besar ceritanya, lalu dimana letak "keanehannya sehingga cocok dibaca orang aneh" spt kata teman saia?
Foer, menulis buku ini dg cara unik kalo gak disebut aneh. Artinya, Foer tampak berusaha menyesakkan ide2 besar di kepalanya dalam bentuk si Oscar yang lugu. Sekilas, ide cerita buku ini unik. Anda tak akan mengenali sosok lugu seorang anak kecil. View all 59 comments.
My faces while reading: Usually I can find at least one character with whom I can connect. Usually I finish the books I read. Usually I understand why people love some books so much. In this I could not connect with a single character, I did not even like the characters, all of them.
Besides, I did not finish it. I gave up after pages and had to fight the urge to throw this book out of the window. And I am sorry, but I don't understand why so many people love it, I did not even like My faces while reading: And I am sorry, but I don't understand why so many people love it, I did not even like the write style.
This book was nothing for me, it was a huge disappointment and it was boring and sort of predictable and awkward. Just awkward. In a negative way. View all 5 comments. This novel brings together the stories of lives devastated by the WW-II Dresden bombings with the experiences of loss of a later generation caused by The premise of the book seems to be that these irrational acts of violence causes some of its survivors to behave in irrational ways.
I can be sympathetic to the intent of this book. Unfortunately, the characters described in this book simply rubbed me the wrong way. The mental problems and strange behavior seemed contrived. The young narrator This novel brings together the stories of lives devastated by the WW-II Dresden bombings with the experiences of loss of a later generation caused by The young narrator one of three narrators of this book has a strange combination of intelligence and social naivete.
The kid has a broad vocabulary but limited ability to comprehend other people's words and allusions. At the same time he uses big words and allusions in his own writing and speaking. The child narrator in this book at first reminded me of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime.
He certainly is obsessive and shows signs of an autistic personality. If I thought the author was trying to get into the mind of a child with mental difficulties to overcome, then I as a reader could conger up some sympathy for the character. But, this writing sounds too much like an adult writer putting big words into the mouth of a fictitious child in effort to develop the aura of "truth from the mouth of babes.
In other words, I don't like this book. My main motivation to continue to the end of the book was so that I could give it one star in good conscience. I have to admit that the ending is better than the rest of the book. I did feel better about the book once I was finished. But I had been looking forward to awarding only one star to the book for so long that I couldn't allow the ending to change my mind. In order to acknowledge some merit to this book, I have included the following short review that caused me to give this book a try: It uses graphics oddities ending with a fabulous flip book and experiments with style; it displays dazzling wordplay and magical flights of imagination; and it manages to elicit deep, sharp emotions, of humor as well as grief, as it deals with war and cultural tragedy.
It is an ambitious, powerful novel about timeless themes of loss and the quest for meaning by one of our most promising serious writers.
I was highly disappointed with this highly over rated book. The writing style is quirky, the text organization is extremely annoying and incredibly hard to read, and the plot is almost non-existing, and definitely lacks momentum. It seemed to start the right way, but with every page lost a bit more of the direction.
The writing style with its creativity, different typography, types and faces, strange spaces, and crazy punctuation, made it look as if Foer is just trying way too hard to stand out I was highly disappointed with this highly over rated book.
The writing style with its creativity, different typography, types and faces, strange spaces, and crazy punctuation, made it look as if Foer is just trying way too hard to stand out and be innovative.
I can't stand it when it seems that an author make choices just to stand out, I also didn't like A Visit from the Goon Squad that was trying to be postmodern, innovative and different, and make sure that the reader is broken from their comfort zone. Can a reader get a good story as a first priority? The story is not better. His independent walkabout in NYC by himself in the s, right? He is ultra-gross discussing things that could be easily eliminated from this book.
Like this part that is not a spoiler, but just inappropriate: For example, I know that you give someone a blowjob by putting your penis in their mouth. I also know that dick is penis, and that cock is penis, too. And monster cock, obviously. I know that VJ is cunt, and also ass. Would you believe that he is nine? The parallel two narratives, of Oskar and his grandparents are also not successful. The grandparents parts are the most annoying in the book, and definitely not make sense as something written to a nine year old person.
Very highly inappropriate. Here is some example from the grandmother's writing: Our marriage was not unhappy, Oskar. He knew how to make me laugh. And sometimes I made him laugh. There is nothing wrong with compromising. Even if you compromise almost everything. We made love in nothing places and turned the lights off. It felt like crying. We could not look at each other. It always had to be from behind. Like that first time. He squeezed my sides so hard, and pushed so hard.
Like he was trying to push through me to somewhere else. Why does anyone ever make love? Your grandparents love making, compromises, failing marriages are not even a good topic for a young teenager.
Having a kid as a protagonist seems tough to execute. Oskar is quite similar to Frank in Be Frank With Me , which is also a quirky and very annoying character. A counter example is Bruno in The Boy in the Striped Pajamas , which is well executed, or Room , which is narrated by a smart and adorable five year old.
And of course, six old Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird. The story had potential, but it was executed very poorly. I hope other books by Foer are better than this one.
View all 6 comments. OK, I think this is the top book on my hated most of all list, but, I did finish this one, so maybe not. To call this book a piece of garbage and that this book was beyond disgusting to me is really minimizing it.
It actually took me 24 hours to process this review in my head. So, how do I hate thee, let me count the ways: Second, again, I kn OK, I think this is the top book on my hated most of all list, but, I did finish this one, so maybe not. Second, again, I know it was instrumental to the book, but the pictures in the book also were a real distraction to me. Enough to garner one star from me No fucking yes, I am swearing in my review.. This picture was real, jackass This man who, in reality, made a desperate decision, minimally had a mother But, hell, they would probably minimize their actions to "artistic interpretation".
View all 8 comments. Really didn't like this book! Everyone ranted and raved about it but I really didn't enjoy it and found it really altogether boring. I am not wanting to read anything else by Foer. I didn't like Oskar. He was annoying and sometimes he was really smart and other times really stupid. Also I felt bad for the strangers he would have conversations with as it was just awkward to read. Also the story took forever to get into.
It dragged and dragged and dragged before anything actually happened and even Really didn't like this book! It dragged and dragged and dragged before anything actually happened and even then it jumped around too much. Molto forte, incredibilmente vicino Foer - Guanda - Le Fenici Libro Eccomi - J.
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