➻ Appelsinpiken Author Jostein Gaarder – Writerscompany.co.uk


Appelsinpiken Mi Padre Muri Hace Once A Os, Cuando Yo S Lo Ten A Cuatro Cre Que No Volver A A Saber Nada De L, Pero Ahora Estamos Escribiendo Un Libro Juntos As Comienza La Joven De Las Naranjas Que Hace Reflexionar Al Lector Sobre La Intensidad De La Vida, Pero Tambi N Sobre La Muerte Una Historia Que Nos Habla Del Tiempo Y Sobre Qu Somos Realmente, Qu Misterio Compartimos Con El Universo Elegir Amos Nacer, Y Conocer La Vida En Toda Su Intensidad, Sabiendo Que Quiz Sea Para Permanecer S Lo Un Instante En Ella O Rechazar Amos La Oferta Georg, Un Joven De 15 A Os Apasionado Por La Astronom A, Encuentra Una Antigua Carta Que Su Padre Escribi Para L Al Saber Que Iba A Morir En Ella Le Cuenta El Gran Amor Que Sinti Por La Misteriosa Joven De Las Naranjas Para Finalmente Formularle Una Importante Pregunta, A La Que Georg Debe Responder Antes De Contestar, Georg Habr Escrito Un Libro Con Su Padre, Un Libro Que Va M S All Del Tiempo Y De Los L Mites De La Muerte.



10 thoughts on “Appelsinpiken

  1. says:

    My father died eleven years ago I was only four then I never thought I d hear from him again, but now we re writing a book together Sometimes, there s a disarming beauty in simplicity Sometimes, describing ordinary feelings and doubts is enough for writing extraordinary books This is the case I m so happy that this is my first Gaarder s book I love how he evokes emotions in the reader s mind without even trying to manipulate them The p


  2. says:

    This book helped me be calm and still in a very difficult time in my life I borrowed it from a friend, Shehneela, when I chanced upon it in her hostel room I did not have any great reasons to pick this book up when she offered me to select something from her bookshelf, but now I am glad I picked this one up.I cannot explain in simple words how this book has helped untie a knot in my heart and mind, but it has, and for that reason, I wanted to do awa


  3. says:

    But the dream of something unlikely has its own special name We call it hope Jostein Gaarder, The Orange GirlThe Orange Girl was my introduction to the work of Jostein Gaarder Thanks to my friend, ST for suggesting Gaarder to me The Orange Girl was the perfect book to read after finishing Ulysses Gaarder is a true romantic and The Orange Girl is as fine a feel good book as there is While reading The Orange Girl, you will experience a wi


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    What is this great fairytale we live in and which each of us is only permitted to experience for such a short time This is what I ll remember from this book A simple love story with a complicated question A dad left his son a letter from beyond the grave, telling him the fairytale of how he met his mom.It was sometimes frustrating to continue reading but in the end, it was worth it.97.11.14


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    Lately I had been having trouble dealing with existentialism I even nagged to a dear friend that why don t we get a choice in thatwhy can t we choose to exist or not to,living in this dark world hurts and I can t take it any and then the universe decided to mock me and put this amazingly written book in my hand in the midst of my visionary thoughts If you have ever read any of the gaarder s book you re gonna think this must be so much about philosophyWell it s


  6. says:

    I wish I would have gone for it much earlier, when I was about 13 15 Anyway I like the idea and the fundamental questions brought up in the book To me this is a baby to the God s illusion documentary by lovely Richard Dawkins, as he mentions we are going to die, and that makes us the lucky ones most ppl are never gonna die cuz they are never gonna be born The potential ppl who could have been here in my place but who will in fact never see the light of day outnumbe


  7. says:

    The best books are those that remind you that you are alive, and this one truly did that for me So beautiful and sad at the same time.


  8. says:

    I once had a really horrible boyfriend actually, I ve had several , and while he busied himself with Crown lager and transforming into Mr Hyde I would bury myself in Sophie s World , a book lent to me by a kind aunty with impeccable timing The solace I found among those pages initiated a quest to read of the Norwegian writer s stories, much like my later obsession with Paolo Coelho or Juliet Marillier But Jostein Gaarder s offerings are a bit hit and miss The curse of bei


  9. says:

    This was a lovely story 15 year old Georg is handed a letter his now deceased father wrote to him 12 years ago Georg was only 3 years old when his father passed away, therefore has no real memories of him The letter his father writes recounts a story of the orange girl I liked how the story was structured first Georg reads a section of his father s letter and then he digests and questions what he s just read As the letter progresses, we can see Georg s thinking process and see


  10. says:

    This was one awesome book I actually just came to read it because of my seat mate way back in my senior year in high school She was the one who owns the book actually I saw the book on her desk and asked her if she could give me a gist of the story She told me that it is better if I read the book myself because she finds it a bit difficult to explain what is in the book I didn t hesitate, I immediately grabbed that opportunity to be able to read the book I was so curious about its


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About the Author: Jostein Gaarder

Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories, and children s books Gaarder often writes from the perspective of children, exploring their sense of wonder about the world He often uses meta fiction in his works, writing stories within stories.Gaarder was born into a pedagogical family His best known work is the novel Sophie s World, subtitled A Novel a