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Consolation Reading Consolation By Anna Gavalda Chardonneret.eu Consolation La Consolante Was The Bestselling French Novel In 2008, With Sales Of Over Half A Million Copies And Translations Into Thirty Two Languages Darker And Complex Than Hunting And Gathering Ensemble, C Est Tout , But Just As Dazzling, The Second Novel By The Enchantress Anna Gavalda Tells A Heartbreaking, Unusual Story About One Man, Two Remarkable Women And An Unforgettable Transvestite A 47 Year Old Successful Architect Hears About The Death Of A Woman, Whom He Once Loved Anouk, The Tragically Big Hearted Mother Of A Childhood Friend And His Life Starts To Unravel Charles Seems To Have Everything, But Turns His Back On The Present To Go In Search Of Her Past And His Childhood, Falling A Long Way Down One Day He Finds Himself On A Paris Pavement Covered In His Own Blood But, As The Title Suggests, Fate Holds Out A Final Chance Of Consolation When, Far From His Parisian Milieu, He Meets Kate, An Enchanting Young Woman, Herself Damaged But Fearless And In Love With Life Alive With Wit And Vivid Observation, Sparkling Dialogue And Brilliant Characters, This Is A Triumphant, Spellbinding, Finally Consoling Novel About Life, Love And Second Chances The French Title Is What Players Of Boules Call The Consolation Play Off Match Between The Losers.

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10 thoughts on “Consolation

  1. says:

    This one is hard to read from the beginning I wanted to put this book downthan once but as I was waiting for my connecting flight at the airport and had no other book on hand I kept on reading for a few hours and am so happy about it This book gets you and is such a book about love love and love And about a midlife crises and how you can really live your dreams even if its the difficult way to live It

  2. says:

    This is a rather odd book It reminds me of Elizabeth Goudge and Rumer Godden because nothing really seems to happen but there s a story there that s awfully compelling This is a story about life falling apart and coming together About life and death and living despite being dead and the slow decaying death that is a meaningless life of going through the motions.There s a main character, a man I don t particular

  3. says:

    This book tortured me for about 2 weeks No, it s brilliant, it s captivating, but it hits right in the weakest point of the reader This book is about each of us and none of us Characters Charles his work in Moscow, how funny, how sad I love Gavalda s books ...

  4. says:

    While I always enjoy Anna Gavalda s books, this is perhaps my least favourite so far Charles, while reasonably likeable, did not grab me as the central protagonist, and the sudden shift into bucolic fantasy in the last third of the book felt so whimsical that it was ridiculous Both Kate and Anouk read as Manic Dream Pixie Girls rather than characters with whom I could connect Nevertheless, there are dimensio...

  5. says:

    Der Roman handelt von dem erfolgreichen Architekten Charles Balanda Charles lebt eigentlich schon eine Weile nicht mehr richtig Er funktioniert nur noch Seine Frau und seine Stieftochter sind nur Randfiguren, weil er vielmehr mit Arbeiten besch ftigt ist Eines Tages bekommt er einen Brief, der ihn vollkommen aus der Bahn wirft In dem Brief stehen nur drei Worte Anouk ist totCharles holt die Vergangheit ein, er verliert sich in ihr und nu

  6. says:

    mmm qu he aprendido de este libro que si no te gusta una novela la dejes en las primeras p ginas y no intentes darle oportunidades Para algunos este libro estar escrito maravillosamente, pero yo veo a una t a que se ha comprado un port til, le ha instalado el word, se ha comprado el libro de cr tica literaria y ha cre do entender el concepto de stream of conciousness y quer a copiarlo.Batiburrillo de ideas sin sentido, historia que puede ser inte

  7. says:

    The plot of Consolation is essentially this a man falls headlong into a mid life crisis after learning of the death of a childhood friend But as always seems to be the case with Anna Gavalda, her books are not about plot but about characters She creates people who are so rich and multifaceted that they seem f...

  8. says:

    Worte hab ich nicht wirklich f r dieses Buch Es hat mir gefallen, sehr gut gefallen Ich kann es nur weiterempfehlen, wei aber nicht, ob es jedermanns Sache ist Auch wenn es in den Bestsellerlisten ist, ich bezweifle, dass es jeder zu Ende liest Ich konnte da...

  9. says:

    Like many others have already commented, the first half was very difficult to read The author challenged the reader, no question about it.But the story was with me long time after I had finished reading the book, it had a lot to tell me.

  10. says:

    its so weird to see oneself in a book.

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