Nada – Janne Teller. 72 likes. Esta página fue creada para opinar sobre el libro de janne Teller, de todos los libros de la autora como “nada,todo,etc. Entrevista: Janne Teller, “Nada” de Seix Barral El presentador del programa, Un magazín divulgativo de La 2 sobre el mundo de los libros. GMT janne teller nothing pdf Download Books by Janne. Teller. This modern- day. Lord of the Flies is a haunting GMT Libro Nada de Janne.

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I really liked the ending, totally unexpected, but WOW. Ancora una volta reagiscono emotivamente, con una rabbia troppo spesso rivestita da freddezza, e alla fine solo il fuoco riesce a ripulire tanto l’edificio quanto le nsda coscienze. Can meaning be found anywhere?

I’m angry its getting ‘awards’ something is very wrong in our world if this book is getting awards. The students grow uneasy about what Pierre is telling them. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Como agua para chocolate Spanish Edition Kindle Edition.

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The kids agree to sell it for millions of dollars. Actualmente vive a caballo entre Copenhague y Nueva York. But it made me think. He then leaves school to sit in a plum tree from where jannr taunts the other students day after day with things like: Y entonces telelr que nada importa. Finally, there is the writing. To ask other readers questions about Nadaplease sign up. La historia es atrapante.

I understand this is a translation from Danish — maybe this sort of writing sounds better in the original language? What if Pierre nadaa right and nothing has meaning?


What I didn’t like began with the short, choppy sentences and continued to grow worse with the complete lack of realism in the story.

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The jacket copy and some reviews talk about this book as being like Lord of the Flies. I just realised that.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This goes on for months and months until eventually one of the kids breaks down and tells the adults. Apr 14, llibro rated it did not like it Shelves: Sne sne ne s snd dnd d. Pero no es un libro para todos.

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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. When Pierre-Anthon realizes there is no meaning to life, the seventh-grader leaves his classroom, climbs a tree, and stays there. I was completely irked by this. La historia es atrapante. A young boy decides that nothing means anything, so he decides to spend his days in a tree yelling what are, in translation, irritating slogans about how nothing means anything.

An example, describing a friend’s blue hair: View all 7 comments. The joke at the end, however, is that they were willing to give those things up just to impress Pierre Anthon and the rest of the world.

The little girl was demanded to give away her virginity?! Shame on this author! You might say “well because death is unpleasant,” but if the only thing nice to say about life is that it beats dying, that doesn’t say anything very nice about life! De animales a dioses: Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Am I supposed to accept that every single student is equally distressed by what Pierre tells them and that not a single one of them offers a dissenting voice?

As this novel continues, the objects become a lot more sinister. View all 50 comments. And it was also positively horrible that I learned essentially nothing about the main character, Agnes, who’s name I couldn’t remember at all throughout the entire book.


His classmates are not happy with him. The kid in Nothing doesn’t live in the tree though, he just spends his days there. Y hacerlo sin medir las consecuencia. The description of the boy in the plum tree yelling philosophy at his classmates has me expecting something a bit more serio-comic. They also realise that one does not have the strength to give up more meaningful things so they decide to choose on behalf of each other and they start to demand more in a horrifying crescendo: And just then Pierre finally gets around seeing the pile they built for him and promptly declares it meaningless — because they sold it so easily.

Another issue I had was the characters weren’t interesting or likeable at all. Why is it that all kids are equally threatened by this act, which I feel would only pose a minor threat to a few, and because of that they all turn into animals driven by base instincts?

As this Most of the time I was dying for this twisted book to end, and the other parts were when I was eerily fascinated by the utter creepiness that was going on in the last half of the book This book is creepy-creepy-creepy!

Its WAY to violent. She has lived in various parts of the world, such as Brussels, Paris, Copenhagen, Bangladesh, Tanzania and Mozambique.