CHARLOTTE ROCHE FEUCHTGEBIETE EBOOK PDF
Feuchtgebiete has ratings and reviews. Michelle said: Everyone says that this book is super gross. Honestly, I wasn’t grossed out or amused by. Editions for Feuchtgebiete: (Paperback published in ), by Charlotte Roche First published Sort by . ebook, pages. Wetlands eBook: Charlotte Roche, Tim Mohr: : Kindle Store. Since its debut in February, the novel (“Feuchtgebiete,” in German) has sold more than .
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You are ill – this book is not soothing, it will not make you feel better. Das Buch lebt hauptsaechlich von den detaillierten Ausschmueckungen, die Story an sich ist relativ flach.
She becomes a rather endearing person, as she reflects on her loveless family life and concocts a plan to get her estranged parents together. Boundary crossing and explicit content alone isn’t enough to get me excited and so I was left with two hundred pages of internal monologue by a character who acts and talks like she’s a six year old hitting puberty early.
In ways, this book really reminded me of Banks’ The Chaflotte Factorywhich is one of my favorite books of all time, so naturally I couldn’t help but to be a bit fond.
Moreover, much like Pahlaniuk, Roche is compellingly readable but ultimately disappointing. Although, part way through reading, I wouldn’t have been surprised if the book ebooi ended with her tucking into a glass of piss and a shit sandwich.
It is fucking gross and fucking terrible as fuck. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. And, I can offer you the following guidelines: Ich kann dem Buch nichts abgewinnen. Jan 09, Mag rated it really liked it.
I didn’t find it to be that at all. And let’s be honest, now that I’ve told you that, do you even care that her name is Helen anymore? No se trata en absoluto de un juicio de valor, pero que un personaje decida despreciar las convenciones de la higiene para feuchtgebietr de ellas un supuesto rasgo de individualidad me parece descabellado.
She was in control. There are some okay, quite a few scenes that I am too horrified to visualize, let alone recant here, but here is a fairly modest one to give you all an idea of the enook level.
Let me just cite something for you: Eighteen-year old Helen Memel is in hospital, recovering from an operation. She whiles away the time by plotting to get her divorced parents back together, sharing with the reader her many fetishes, most of which are fairly gross, and spreading her own bacteria from various intimate parts of her body around the hospital I charlottr to this ebolk German as an audiobook and was thankful that it wasn’t likely anyone overhearing would understand.
It disgusted me and made me momentarily uncomfortable in my own body even though I’ve spent years attempting to simultaneously become jaded to revolting topics and to accept my physicality.
I mean, right now charlottte can call it that; eventually, we’ll move on with our lives and forget that it ever came up.
I would love to read a book which pushes these boundaries and truly explores what it means to be a woman today; however Wetlands charlothe not this book. Why do we conceal our bodily functions and pretend as if, being human, that we are creatures of the mind, when most of us are controlled at all times by our basest physical urges?
You will not want anything to enter your body in any capacity while you are reading this book. And it’s here, on the second part, rodhe the story also becomes surprisingly warmer and more interesting.
Another one of them abouts women who only act up because they are lonesome something fearsome and have issues.
I’m passing this book onto every person that I know and I can’t wait to hear what they have to say. It was so refr Absolutely loved it. You will want a literary palate cleanser after Wetlandsand no simple Oprah Book Club selection or New York Times bestseller will cut it – you’ll need a classic.
Jan 15, Sara rated it liked it Shelves: First of all, Helen is an awful character. Roche tried to add depth by incorporating family drama, but never explored that idea fully, so we’re left with a messy plot that’s just pure, exaggerated tragedy. You’ve ever wanted to wonder whether if it was necessary to know a character’s name once you know she stuffs avocado pits into her chucha as though she were no more than an inedible new age olive – personally, I came up with “No.
October 1, Language: This goes double if you are sad.
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Learn more about Amazon Prime. What is more, hygiene matters aside, I thought this book was very poorly written, but then I don’t know if that’s the author or the translator’s fault. Why is it okay to sneeze publicly but not urinate? Charlotte Roche is playful, though. I expected a new and open discussion on female sexuality and I got loads of vulgar and graphic language instead.
Das Buch ist vor allem aber intelligent und ehrlich. View all 10 comments. It’s been a while since I’ve picked up a book and haven’t been able to put it down – Wetlands gave me this pleasure. This book was certainly ‘different’. The members performed several intimate gigs in a small tour before the two other members pulled out. Reading this book is like trying to avoid eye contact with the creepy man at a party who appears to have some sort of monstrous social disease.
Mar 29, Isa rated it really liked it. I’m surprised this has not been a best seller in the United States. With her jaunty dissection of the sex life and the private grooming habits of the novel’s year-old narrator, Chatlotte Memel, Charlotte Roche has turned the previously unspeakable into the national conversation in Germany.
Jul 07, tee rated it really liked it Feucutgebiete