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Surprises all around, things which I had really not expected.
In het geval van Nonny blijken de wortels van de liefde gedragen door een overleden moeder, die misdaad en glamour niet schuwde. Daarin vertellen ze dat Nono niet naar zijn oom hoeft, maar dat er in de trein steeds mensen zitten die hem een deel van de reis zullen vermaken. Zelfs nog beter dan de film, en die is al heel goed! Jun 30, Rob Hood rated it did not like it. Gabby was more of a background character, but I liked her a lot.
For me the tension mounted and mounted all the way to the end, when the boy fully learns and understands his past. Cii 27, lise.
With wit and humor, The Zig Zag Kid is a novel that explores the most fundamental questions of good and evil and speaks directly to both adults and teenagers. Un carosello di scoperte e di personaggi incredibili, che trasporta il lettore in un mondo di favola e riesce ad affascinarlo lasciandolo stupito e incredulo. I am one of those Zig Zag kids, who were different from other children, and this book managed to touch my heart and my soul. It started off disjointed and confusing, but as the plot unravels things start to drop into place and reveal more and more.
The story was about a boy who was zib to become Bar Mitzvahed, who was taken on a rather strange journey that enabled him to better understand who he is.
An interesting read with some interesting charecters. And in the dance between comic and audience, a deeper story begins to take shape as Dov confronts the decision that has shaped the course of his life—a story that davix alter the lives of several of those in attendance. This book started out kind of slowly and the prose seemed kind of choppy, even for a translation, but the prose grew on me and the plot soon became so involved that it was not at all disappointing.
Leading Israeli novelist David Grossman b. Un carosello di scoperte A mio parere, un capolavoro.
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Paperbackpages. Zijn schooljuf beschrijft Nono als een wilde water, een ondiepe grond. Ze zetten hem vlak voor zijn dertiende verjaardag op de trein en laten hem zogenaamd aan zijn lot over.
Dit davic kreeg ik van mijn oud-collega Marieke, met veel lieve woorden voorin. He seems a troubled kid and knows very little about his past and his mother, Zohara, who died when he was young. An interesting read with some interesting charecters.
The boy’s character and the mystery of his mother is unveiled with in tantalizing tidbits. Also, the balance between the present tense and the past tense was very good, Grossman did a very good job in waving the two together and it was nice to see the stories intertwined.
I aig the book in its original Hebrew. En misschien past niet iedereen in de rechtlijnige structuur van een school! Mar 18, Sally rated it really liked it.
At first we know little more than this, as the boy is placed by vrossman on a train to Haifa. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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With wit and humor, The Zig Zag Kid is a novel that explores the most fundamental questions of good and evil and speaks directly to both adults and teenagers. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Paperbackpages. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. A coming of age story that seems entirely far-fetched, and yet has its basis in standard adolescent questions and emotions. Sep 04, Deborah Sowery-Quinn rated it really liked it. I liked some characters, but I didn’t feel them. The Zigzag Kid bamgini David Grossman. Per i daid 13 anni, a Nono viene offerto un viaggio in treno da Gerusalemme ad Haifa.
The relationship between Nonno and Felix was Overall, I liked this book. Sep 04, Deborah Sowery-Quinn rated it really liked it. In this powerful novel by one of Israel’s most prominent writers, Momik, the only child of Holocaust survivors, grows up in the shadow of his parents’ history.
This was sent to me by a friend’s mother who lives in Jerusalem.
Un viaggio con diverse incognite; avventure rocambolesche, assurde e fantastiche, ripercorse – a distanza di anni – da un uomo, ma viste con gli occhi di un bambino e come tale rivissute costretto a cresce ” Het was een prachtig verhaal en halverwege bedacht ik me dat er een film was een Nederlandse film notabene.
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I didn’t like him very much and also did not care for him, he was so unrelatable to me, I never sympathized with him. Just before Nonno becomes bar mitzvah ‘son of the law’ he gets a surprise trip. Grossman has written seven novels, a play, a number of short stories and novellas, and a number of books for children and youth.