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This book confirms that Daniel Kehlmann is not a 'one book wonder'. I will not try and describe the content of this slim volume. Let it suffice to say that this book. Ruhm [Daniel Kehlmann] on mashuementhampkeg.ml *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ruhm. May 11, Daniel Kehlmann Ruhm Ein Roman In Neun Gesch. Topics Daniel Kehlmann. Collectionopensource. LanguageGerman. A book on German.


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This Book have some digital formats such us:paperbook, ebook, site, epub, Ruhm. Ein Roman in neun Geschichten by Daniel Kehlmann (2 star ratings);. Ruhm. Ein Roman in neun Geschichten book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Ein Schriftsteller mit der unheilvollen Neigun. Daniel Kehlmann is a German-Austrian mashuementhampkeg.ml novel Measuring the Ruhm. Ein Roman in neun Geschichten. avg rating — 3, ratings — published.

The quality of writing is great. I could not connect to the stories, the characters.

The book felt far away, distant. Nov 20, Denise rated it it was ok Shelves: Dec 13, Stefan rated it it was ok Shelves: Yet all falls flat. A memorable and often mentioned part seems to be the way these at first seemingly unrelated stories are intertwined by their characters and accentuated by a way of recurring meta-narrative.

This seems fine from an isolated standpoint, but it feels cheap and gimmicky in the way that they are there trying to save the narrative.

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And it has been done better. But it is not. All the gimmicks have been done and executed way better. Stripped from the literary artifacts, the stories themselves should hold their own, yet the rarely do. Ruhm as a book itself has its highs but was a struggle or even a chore for me to get through. Still, it may be of value to new readers as an introduction into meta-fiction and the world of contemporary authors mixing up things with new ways to spin their stories.

Sep 05, Nikoline rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Recommended to Nikoline by: A very different read that reminds me a lot of If on a Winter's Night a Traveler by Italo Calvino because of its structure; each chapter and story are related to the previously one. This is not just some random short stories, they are actually linked together in a great puzzle that is the message and theme which I also found to be very interesting. That said I have not studied German for four years, and even though my understanding of grammar is all right, this was just a struggle that reminded A very different read that reminds me a lot of If on a Winter's Night a Traveler by Italo Calvino because of its structure; each chapter and story are related to the previously one.

That said I have not studied German for four years, and even though my understanding of grammar is all right, this was just a struggle that reminded me of the terrifying teacher I had four years ago.

To be reminded of that just made this read a whole lot less exciting to read even though the structure was quite fascinating. May 27, Lee Gingras rated it it was ok.

Hmm - I read the English edition of this book, which apparently isn't in Goodreads, so I'm sticking my review here. This is a novel, loosely tied together by authorship, more or less. There are some genuinely interesting things about this book, but I generally didn't enjoy it. The characters were flat, and it was so self-consciously, painfully self-reflective and postmodern that it was difficult to take seriously or enjoy.

Jan 15, Beat rated it it was ok. Dem Autor kommt es leider sehr originell vor, Geschichten aus der Sicht von Schriftstellern und Schauspielern zu schreiben. I liked the way this book weaves between characters who are mostly related in the stories. However, I kept thinking it was going to tie everything together at the end. And it didn't.

There was no ending to the book, really, it just sort of ended. While the book was interesting, and held my interest while I was reading it, I'm glad I only borrowed this book from the library, as I definitely wouldn't read it again. I didn't get it. The first episode had me laughing out loud, but the following episodes weren't nearly as entertaining. Some of the stories were intriguing, others just weird. The characters were interesting or at least imaginable, and I was engaged enough to try to determine how the nine stories fit together.

But by the end, I was just kind of confused, then annoyed.

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Sep 01, Sonnentaler rated it it was ok Shelves: Feb 16, Mina Harker rated it it was ok. At the beginning I really liked the book, the characters were interesting and I liked the little stories but coming towards the end the stories became strange, weird and overall really bad. I especially disliked the story about the "Internet nerd". To me it sounded like the what people without Internet knowledge imagine to be "Internet language".

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I liked that this collection of short stories was short. Otherwise it probably wouldn't have drawn me in enough to finish it.

Some of the stories were mildly interesting, but the characters were all so detached.

I felt no connection and therefore just didn't care what happened. Some of the writing was just too cool for me. It takes a lot of creativity and planning to execute a nine-part novel, each chapter having plots that connect in some way to another. The recurring theme of authorship and worlds within worlds was also interesting.

I found the dialogue to be unbelievable, with characters who I couldn't realize because they didn't seem to have consistent traits - like Leo, for instance. It seemed a bit schizophrenic. The general theme destruction of one's humanity because of modern technology is great, brilliant actually, but the story itself could be done in a more sophisticated way. If the author wanted the stories to link, to tie one another into a whole, he "sort of" didn't deliver.

But in the end I felt nothing but a mild depression; none of these are happy characters, and they all seem to be leading very unfulfilling lives.

Luckily it took me almost no time to finish the book: It was just the right amount of time for me to spend on this book, without feeling regretful. Kirkus and Publisher's Weekly went gaga over this book.

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Me, I thought it didn't live up to the hype. Just when I thought a story was getting meaty, it vanished. Some chapters had moments of greatness but then flickered out.

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Really thought it was going to be something special. It had a lot of potential.

I'm sorry but this book bored me. I actually enjoyed the first story but after that it just didn't mesh well. The characters were a little flat or even a little too out there, and the conversations were not believable. I don't know, I didn't care for this.

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I understand this book is loved in Europe, but I merely liked it. I appreciate the 9 episode format but wasn't that interested or even amused by the the famed one or other characters.

I did like the loss of identity process. Sep 21, Yvonneo rated it it was ok Shelves: It's about rich kids kicking around in today's Berlin. They take truckloads of drugs and go to clubs and parties and have dirty sex. Narrator Mifti is utterly fucked-up but refuses to get help. And there's no happy ending. What's the big deal?

The big deal is, it's really good. You can read it as a critique of a society that refuses to grow up - hence the axolotl of the title, which never emerges from adolescence. You can read it as a psychological portrait of an emotionally abused kid. You can take it as a pop-cultural definition of Berlin right now, Berghain and ketamin and all. Or you can just sit back and enjoy the language, which has already seeped into my vocabulary sheetrock palace for a converted loft space, I'm loving it.

I've kind of shot my wad on the subject elsewhere, but I didn't want to ignore the book here.I did like the loss of identity process. Flodolf rated it it was ok.

I read this in English - went through the stories quite quickly but it simply wasn't my thing. Rowohlt vom 3. Learn more about site Giveaway. They are not laid out in a boring chronological order; rather, it's all arranged in a sort of circle, but with more cool elements thrown in - notably, stories within stories, and the final blurring between fiction and reality.

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