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The rest are merely love stories and by saying this I don't mean to dislike the book. The book in overall doesn't allure it Reading from its title "Filosofi Kopi" "The philosophy of Coffee" one might think that the book is filled with collections of exciting, epic stories that offer a fresh perspective about the popular roasted, brown seeds we know as coffee.
The book in overall doesn't allure its readers into a deep thought. It is just a series of simple, casual stories to read when you are whiling away. It doesn't require a lot of time nor a great amount of energy to finish the book, in my case, I was on the last page of the book in 90 minutes or so. Even though this book is one quick read, it doesn't sound kitschy. They are comprised of lots of little nuggets of inspiration and flicks of imagination that are really enjoyable.
Some of the stories are good, but some are just barely even, however It's discernible to me that the author Dee really put exceptional efforts writing them. Lastly, agreeing with the title, the book to me is a sub for a cup of coffee.
So I believe if you're looking for a book that talks great theories and philosophies about coffee, this is definitely not the book you're looking for, rather if you're simply looking for a cup of coffee and can't find one, I'm confident this book will do just fine. Thanks to Amang for lending me the book. I hope I can drop by the office this week to return the book! Oct 06, Rangga Fadhillah rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Aug 29, Emanuel rated it liked it.
Should be Black as Hell Strong as Death Sweet as Love Apr 25, Sheany rated it really liked it. I've always had a strange fascination for short stories, and the wonderment that comes with these little chapters in particular only furthered that fascination — I find myself so inspired with the incredible power that comes with only a few short pages. I don't know where it first began, really, this strange I guess it stemmed from those school exercises that emphasized more on the number of words rather than the actual value of your writt I've always had a strange fascination for short stories, and the wonderment that comes with these little chapters in particular only furthered that fascination — I find myself so inspired with the incredible power that comes with only a few short pages.
I guess it stemmed from those school exercises that emphasized more on the number of words rather than the actual value of your written work, though I suppose the prompt was meant to incorporate the two.
That meant including a whole lot of bullshit, consisting of redundant arguments and repetitive words, in order to make that expected number of words. That sort of exercise, which you do through years of primary, middle and then high school, sticks around as a force of habit; even when you know it's not a great feature.
These days, I try to focus less on the number of words and more on the quality of any essay, but quality also means information — and when there's an abundance of it, it's a tricky task to navigate your way through which ones to include or omit, and that's also something I'm still learning to accomplish.
Don't think that all that didn't have a thing to do with the book — it does. It's what makes these stories even more precious, the way that they are so simply narrated, and at times without fuss, just straight to the main idea, but still very heartfelt and even poetic. That could be extra challenging in Indonesian, mind you, where redundancies pretty much makes the chunk of our exchanges or at least that seems to be the case in my own humble opinion.
It's hard to pick a favourite, really, because every chapter was a gem in itself. The story of Herman makes me wonder about the things we look for in life and the choices we make in life, whereas the tale about the toothbrush reminds me of hope in love.
There's also the story of Rico, which prompts me to think about life in a magnified way; sadly not as easy as it sounds in a world filled with skepticism and ridicule over so many things that are actually valuable, though perhaps not right away.
Thank you to my dear Sarah for gifting me this one, as it once again reminds me of how much in Indonesian literature there are for me to enjoy and learn from, as well as the joys of reading in Indonesian. Dec 31, Gustav rated it it was amazing.
As I huge fans of unhappy ending, I favorite it. Some of short stories are bitter and melancholic. So hopeless romantic how every character in the story above is stuck in an affair or forbidden love or love someone secretly. Just like Lana, Tio and Indi.. Sep 08, Dian rated it it was ok Shelves: I only love one part "Spasi" Didn't really attached with the rest and didn't find it relevant, tbh. Mar 08, Annissa Winda rated it really liked it.
Nice book to read in one sitting, amusing much! Especially the last story. Mar 09, Fitta Sari rated it liked it. My first Dee Lestari novel. Should I say my first indonesian novel in 5 years. Her writting is great. I've been waiting for reading her book.
Meet my expectation. My first book of Dee I've seen adaptations of her books and had much more fun than from this. The book is imho too cerebral. The action gets watery between the long descriptions and a bit of dialogues.
The book contains 18 stories, without any order. At least not chronological. Maybe it was explained in introdu My first book of Dee Maybe it was explained in introduction, haven't read it. Some are unfortunately too long. Mencari Herman - Looking for Herman.
The funniest story was I hate cockroaches, I'm scared of them like Sarah I still hate cockroaches. D I'm relieved I've finished it. I was rather forcing myself to finish it.
It's not exactly "didn't like it". Some of the stories are nice. It's probably just "too much of it". The book is not my style, but generally not bad. Nov 19, Nisa rated it really liked it Shelves: This is the second book by Dee that I've read, the first being Rectoverso.
And unlike Rectoverso, which amuses me but doesn't tug any of my skeptical heartstrings, this book actually.. It touches me in a way that was so familiar. It describes feelings so mundane in ways I've never thought of before. And some of the paragraphs are just so intense, I had to put the little brown book on my lap and close my eyes for a moment before continuing reading. And it hits oh-so-close to the bone.
Like a pair of gloves that fits my hands snugly. Oh, the one about the unsent letters Another plus point: The language was not 'literature-ish' in that heavy, difficult kind of way, but it was clear and well-written. I'm thinking of continuing my Dee with her 'Supernova' saga, but I don't know yet if I have the determination Nov 19, Annisa rated it really liked it Shelves: Sep 14, Rizky Akita rated it really liked it.
Aside from the fact i'm one of Dee's fans, reason why i picked up this book and finished it in matter of couple of hours is its title.
Coffee has been my personal dopping and nothing can replace it if i have to survive night to work on my assignment. I always fall in love with Dee's works on giving little details that made the characters alive. Some writers fail to bring the character alive, but Dee always manages to do so. And what is amazing about Dee is that she always chooses topics we can r Aside from the fact i'm one of Dee's fans, reason why i picked up this book and finished it in matter of couple of hours is its title.
And what is amazing about Dee is that she always chooses topics we can really connect to. She doesn't really try to be a smart-ass but rather she reminds us of the feeling we often repressed. Her works are easy to read but at the same time compel you to contemplate and make you ask to your heart: How do i really feel under this circumstances?
Her works are just soooo effortless! Jul 04, Fandy rated it really liked it. A good friend somehow has it from his uncle and bippity boppity boop, there it was. It actually is the second reason, after the 1st Supernova, why I'm now in the position of loving Dee's works so much. Love her selection of words, the way she wrapped it, and of course the vision to always set the story in a positive way.
At least for me. Forget the pink-cute-little-book, now people can read other short stories and semi-poetic writings of her in this book. And the chance of her becoming everyone's favorite author is keep on getting higher and higher. Apr 12, Gita rated it it was ok.
I noted the story of Rico de Coro is my favorite story. Dee through her story could bring me in to imagination world of cockroach kingdom! The way she write, not very easy to digest sometimes especially for free proses. She is not always make the ending of story such an satisfaction when we turn the page but sometimes, she makes us questioning back the story which we have assumed while we are I noted the story of Rico de Coro is my favorite story.
She is not always make the ending of story such an satisfaction when we turn the page but sometimes, she makes us questioning back the story which we have assumed while we are reading it. Read Lara Lana then you will the same as me Filosofi Kopi itself is very thick of philosophy in literally. Through tidy and neat words, i am moved not by the story but by the essence of life that she tried to convey Nov 13, Femmy rated it really liked it Shelves: This is such a story.
Wonderfully crafted. Yang membuatku tersenyum simpul adalah karena suamiku bernama Herman: Mooched it from Winna, 13 Nov Just like coffee, this books bring bitter n sweet stories of life. The author shows her quality on her writing, 18 stories written in philosophical way.
The stories are light n enlightening. A very good friend for a cup of coffee. My fav r: Filosofi Kopi, here I learn that in working, we must put love in it so we do our best n others love our work. I also learn that often the best thing in life can be found in nature, from people who r never intended to gain wealth n fame. Someday I might go t Just like coffee, this books bring bitter n sweet stories of life.
Jul 12, Purnama rated it really liked it Shelves: As expected from Dee, this book is superb. Consisted of several short stories, with coffee as the tying knot, each is interesting to read.
I found myself reluctant to pause reading this book. Well, except for the last story.. E www.. I hate that animal to death, so I had to rush and then took the book far away when I don't have to see it again. Not as hard as Supernova, but excellent for a read while you sip your coffee. Jan 25, Metta rated it really liked it. Dee can tell simple and little things so briefly and beautifully, it makes u appreciate your life more and aware of the tragedies which happen around you..
Sep 20, Uli loren rated it it was ok. I found it was pretty hard at first to read the first quarter of the book. To be honest, it was pretty boring.
Maybe the author chose to tell the story slowly to make the reader familiar with the world of smell. Then, I also found it a bit hard to understand the plot since there were quite a lot of characters in the book and some of them were named by using Javanese formal name.
It was pretty challenging for me to find and look back pages to read the connection between certain name and the event. But somehow it was pretty amusing. I would say the story was pretty rich of meanings that could be related to daily life, especially about ambition. I would say that the story gave a prefect example of how ambition can make people deceiving others, even the closest one. It was pretty scary.
The best part of the book was the ending. It was so confusing yet captivating.
I had to read it several times to get the story of the ending and it made me awed for a while. Even though it was the end of the story, it still left some mysteries to solve. What a jaw-dropping ending. I wanted to give 5 stars for this book but I felt that it wasn't that amazing.