DANIEL HANDLER POR ISSO A GENTE ACABOU PDF
3 set. Quando este livro saiu no ano passado, a vontade de lê-lo era muita, acreditem. Logo o que me chamou a atenção foi o conceito do livro: o fim. Daniel Handler é um escritor e cineasta americano. „Foi por isso que a gente acabou, Ed, por uma coisinha pequena que sumiu ou quem sabe nunca tenha. por Daniel Handler (Autor), Maira Kalman (Ilustrador) . Por isso a gente acabou . I actually went to high school w/Daniel Handler & recognize a lot of the .
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I’m telling you why we broke up, Ed. I’m writing it in this letter, the whole truth of why it happened.
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Inside the box is why they broke up. Two bottle caps, a movie ticket, a folded note, a box of matches, a protractor, books, a toy truck, a pair of ugly earrings, a comb from a motel room, and every other item collected over the course of a giddy, intimate, heartbreaking relationship.
Item after item is illustrated and accounted for, and then the box, like a girlfriend, will be gete. Leia mais Leia menos. All the Dirty Parts. The Principles of Uncertainty. Hurry Up and Wait: Special Topics in Calamity Physics. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe. The Hate U Give. Por isso a gente acabou.
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When I first found this book, the title and premise hooked me. However the execution is so awful, I found myself hating everyone in this book. Spoilers for the book from here out First off, these wcabou dated for around two months.
Yet Min feels it was a relationship worth writing a plus essay about. I say page essay because the whole story is under the guise of letters attached to various items form the relationship. This format does not hold well when you start to think about it. Imagine someone sending you a letter with word for word conversations that either they handle, or conversations you jandler part in. How weird would that be? Why would I want to read conversations verbatim in a letter to me? Another massive negative is the way Min speaks, or writes.
Finally, at the end of each chapter, Min says that each item in the chest is a reason they broke up. The real reason ends up being Ed gentee a cheating, emotionally abusive jerk with several other awful flaws. Min was treated poorly for about two months and still feels the needs to put this much effort for an awful person. I highly recommend you avoid this book at all costs.
And I hope and pray this never actually becomes a movie.
It does capture the mood of what seemed very important to most young teenagers back then, and is a delightful romp down the collective memory lane, but not mine. I love the idea of this book as a handwritten letter, and I really like Min.
I don’t like the way the book ended. I was hoping Ed would be “different” too.
I did read eagerly throughout, hanndler for a fairy tale ending I guess, where there isn’t really a breakup, and the truth is different than what the reader is led to believe. This may be in part because immediately prior to this I read Me Before You and had a sob-fest, so I was hoping for a happy ending.
I am glad that Min was strong at the end, based on what a jerk Ed ended up truly being. And I’m a little mad at Joan for befriending Min and not hinting at what was going on.
I was forced to read this book for my college class, and I hated every angst-ridden, hackneyed, melodramatic page of it. The premise of the book is that two high handlef students, an “arty” nerd girl and a handsome jock x get infatuated with each other until the relationship collapses after a grand total of one month of dating. It’s the most cliched YA setup in history. And yente is done to change up or put a fresh spin on this tired premise.
The main character is horrendously pretentious and self-absorbed, and she makes frequent references to old movies to look more “classy” and intelligent than her peers. It doesn’t work, by the way, only making her look more pompous than she already is.
Her boyfriend is arguably worse, being a stereotypical jerk jock who goes through relationships quickly, uses homophobic slurs, parties and drinks constantly, and neglects his work for school. The rest of handper cast are boring, one-dimensional side characters who accabou serve to move the painfully predictable plot along. Is this really the example for coping with breakups osso we want to set for acaobu book’s audience, who are impressionable teens just beginning to date, like the main character is?
While reading it, I just wanted to scream at her to grow up already and get over it. That’s not even getting into how the characters frequently sneak off to parties where they engage in underage drinking, go to stores and restaurants and steal things, or check into hotels and mess around without their parents knowing. And no, they never get caught or called out for this behavior, either. Why We Broke Up is not only a literary travesty, but also a terrible example of young love for its target audience.
I mourn for the poor, innocent trees who were slaughtered to make paper for this trainwreck of a book. I kinda enjoyed the book, intriguing in its own right but going through it seems pog a one sided story. I would have liked to also get both side, but that might be for another time and another book.
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Enjoyable read with an up and down roller coaster ride of emotions and all. Formas de pagamento aceitas: Rastreie seus pedidos recentes. Visualizar ou modificar seus pedidos em sua conta.