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Jul 29, Sam Quixote rated it did not like it.
What makes this book so good is the dry humour of the narrator. I believe in cleansing the soul through fun and games. Bas mi je prijala This leads to a number of funny situations.
Ask simple questions which always have answers, and do not spend forces on finding answers to questions that don’t even make sense really. The narrator is not a unique character. Refresh and try again. Lists with This Book. It was first published in in Norwegian, where it was very popular. There is no time. You might as well take it easy.
I suppose this is a short book about the feeling of not knowing what to do any more. Meni se jako dopala, a ako sam zbog toga naivna- super: You have everything to gain and nothing to loose. I really wish I had. He reads a book by Paul Davies and also engages in repetitive childish activities such as playing with wooden BRIO children’s toys and repeatedly throwing a ball against a wall.
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Ultimately, what is the point? My time is not the same as your time.
Almost like a quarter-life crisis. He stirred the tank with a stick wondering if he would be able to create life.
Super by Erlend Loe. When he hammers he doesn’t feel so overwhelmed. Ovo definitivno nije knjiga za Vas I find pen and paper, but notice that I am hesitating. And this might seem too juven http: Nope, my instincts was right the first time because this novel suuuuucked! I am afraid the list will nxivus a short one. Do you feel better now? Mebbe I was wrong?
Naïve. Super by Erlend Loe
I like reading them. The boy’s father nods. Have a nice day. But finding a girlfriend helps, as does a trip overseas to NYC to skper his brother. Naive Super is probably the most influential book I’ve read in terms of my own writing.
I’ve read this book many a time before, and it has yet to fail me.
His over-adjustment to this uncomfortable predicament is to simply throw a ball against a wall all night or repeatedly hammer wooden pegs into a board. Nivus trivia or quizzes yet. I wrote him a long nice one with loads of questions, but the one he gives in the book is defunct and when I contacted his publisher they started asking questions.
Having fun and playing games instead of worrying all the time becomes his new reason for living, and in this process he learns to love and be loved. In he debuted with the book Tatt av kvinnen, and a year later published a children’s book, Fisken, about a forklift operator named Kurt.
The narrator of this funny and poignant novel is searching for meaning, going back to his childhood, onto the web and off to New York to find it. There aren’t many books purely about nice guys. After you read it, you’ll realize there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s not a magic cure, but it makes life tolerable again. He seems like the sort of person that needs to be e-mailed.
Loe now lives and works in Oslo where in he co-founded Screenwriters Oslo – an office community for screenwriters. Sjper narration is also deceptively simple.
The protagonist says he’s just hammering to keep from feeling overwhelmed. View all 4 comments. When his brother returns from his trip, he realizes the protagonist is having a gentle nervous breakdown combined with a mild existential crisis, and cares for the protagonist, including taking him on a trip to New Supeer.
View all 5 comments. I just love Loe’s style, his weird, but extremely relatable characters, his sense for little things and his lists. He writes lists, obsesses over the nature of time, and finds joy in bouncing balls–all in an effort to find out how best to live life. Jun 07, Brendan Monroe rated it really liked it Shelves: The unnamed narrator is almost anti-protagonist.
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