Ich habe sie geliebt



Ich habe sie geliebt Da sitzt sie nun Chlo , allein, entt uscht, verletzt Ihr Mann hat sie und ihre T chter f r eine andere Frau verlassen Ausgerechnet Pierre, der unnahbare Schwiegervater, nimmt sich ihrer an Mit der Zeit br ckelt seine harte Schale, und Pierre erz hlt seiner Schwiegertochter jeden Tag mehr von einem lang geh teten Geheimnis, von der gro en Liebe seines Lebens und warum er sie nicht leben konnte. New Download eBook Ich habe sie geliebt By Anna Gavalda – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • Ich habe sie geliebt
  • Anna Gavalda
  • German
  • 12 June 2018
  • 3596509823

10 thoughts on “Ich habe sie geliebt

  1. Pris robichaud says:

    Forever Leaving You Wanting Just One More Moment, 21 Feb 2006 So love is just bullshit That s it It never works out Of course it works out But you have to fight. Fight how Every day you have to fight a bit A little bit each day, with the courage to be yourself, to decide just to be happy Pierre is explaining to Chole that you need to work to make love happen Anna Gavalda at the age of thirty six and after a failed marriage has written her first novel This is a beautifully crafte Forever Leaving You Wanting Just One More Moment, 21 Feb 2006 So love is just bullshit That s it It never works out Of course it works out But you have to fight. Fight how Every day you have to fight a bit A little bit each day, with the courage to be yourself, to decide just to be happy Pierre is explaining to Chole that you need to work to make love happen Anna Gavalda at the age of thirty six and after a failed marriage has written her first...

  2. Jim Fonseca says:

    In this French translation, a young wife has just found out that her husband has packed his bags and left her and their two daughters for another woman Shocked, she travels with her soon to be ex father in law to a family vaca...

  3. Kathy - Books & Munches says:

    Note to self My copy has 159 pages Let s start by saying that this book definitely is something else It brings a heart felt story of pain, loss and love Of family I enjoyed every word of it.Although the writing style is a bit different and weird since it s pretty much all dialogue It was hard figuring out who was talking at times, confusing and it made reading less fluent Which, of course, made me enjoy it a little bit less I simply don t like having to go back and reread things because Note to self My copy has 159 pages Let s start by saying that this book definitely is something else It brings a heart felt story of pain, loss and love Of family I enjoyed every word of it.Although the writing style is a bit different and weir...

  4. Leeyla says:

    Mundane as can possibly be It amazes me how many positive reviews this book received in France to me it was just the same old plain blah blah blah about relationships dealing with the breakup, having the courage to make the right decision, fighting for true love nothing we haven t read or heard before.Funny, cause we were discussing Anna Gavalda s books with a colleague of mine in the subway the other day, and some woman spontaneously joined into our conversation, telling me how she sha Mundane as can possibly be It ...

  5. Ije the Devourer of Books says:

    3.5 StarsI don t remember crying when my marriage broke down and I was left to bring up my small son on my own This was many years ago but I can t remember endless weeping or depression I remember feeling very relieved and getting on with clearing up the debris And it was hard but not impossible because where there is life there is hope Even in the face of marital breakdown.I admit I am a rather peculiar person and it isn t that I wasn t heartbroken, but I am well aware that life is short an 3.5 StarsI don t remember crying when my marriage broke down and I was left to bring up my small son on my own This was many years ago but I can t remember endless weeping or depression I remember feeling very relieved and getting on with clearing up the debris And it was hard but not impossible because where there is life there is hope Even in the face of marital breakdown.I admit I am a rather peculiar person and it isn t that I wasn t heartbroken, but I am well aware that life is short and I want to live abundantly everyday and explore all life has to offer even in the face of heartbreak and disappointment I guess for me the need to live abundantly and the need to care for my small son very soon outpaced the sorr...

  6. Shafagh says:

    Beyond the catching title of this book, what drew me into reading this book was the sentence wittily chosen from inside the book to go to the hard cover, on the back Those very few words which made me certain that I wanted to know about this book were the courage to make mistakes.To me, this book was barely a story about love, but mostly about genuine feelings of humans Several affairs relationships are described in this book however, none of them are the kind you would wish to have one Beyond the catching title of this book, what drew me into reading this book was the sentence wittily chosen from inside the book to go to the hard cover, o...

  7. Rebecca says:

    I love good dialog To me, a book with realistic, seamless dialog capturing how people really talk and interact is the epitome of the suspension of disbelief in a work of literature Gavalda in concert with whoever translates her works from French to English is a master of realistic dialog.I haven t read a ton of contemporary French literature, and the little I ve read has been translated into English, but based on this scant knowledge, I feel like I do have at least a partial impression I love good dialog To me, a book with realistic, seamless dialog capturing how people really talk and interact is the epitome of the suspension of disbelief in a work of literature Gavalda in concert with whoever translates her works from French to English is a master of realistic dialog.I haven t read a ton of contemporary French literature, and the little I ve read has been translated into English, but based on this scant knowledge, I feel like I do hav...

  8. Kate says:

    Devastating At first glance this is a story of a father acting as apologist for his son s betrayal by recounting the regret laden story of his own faithfulness But this is Anna Gavalda so it s far, farthan that She takes us into some deep and cloudy waters, in a novel about marriage, love, parenthood, fear, the phases of life, the passing of time Morality, mortality Much of the story unfolds as a conversation between two people in a fire lit room, over a bottle of wine, in the middl Devastating At first glance t...

  9. Shelley says:

    Someone I Loved is Anna Gavalda s first novel and is obviously inspired by the dissolution of her own marriage Told from the perspective of a woman in her late 30s, Chloe, it begins with her decision to take her children to her in laws lake house after her husband leaves her for another woman Chloe s father in law decides to come along What ensues is a loaded conversation by the fireplace about love found, love lost, and the realization that no one is truly who you think they are While Chlo Someone I Loved is Anna Gavalda s first novel and is obviously inspired by the dissolution of her own marriage Told from the perspective of a woman in her late 30s, Chloe, it begins with her decision to take her children to her in laws lake house after her husband leaves her for another woman Chloe s father in law decides to come along What ensues is a loaded conversation by the fireplace about love found, love lost, and the realization that no one is truly who you think they are While Chloe has always believed her father in law to be an old bastard, it turns out he is human, has flaws, had the option to do to his family what Chloe s husband did to his, and took the nobler path This novel feelslike a play, with very little description and nearly 100% dialogue In the end Chloe and Pierre realize that the right thing to do, ultimately, is the thing that makes you happy, even if you think it might hurt someone If you change nothing and are miserable because...

  10. Els says:

    There were some lovely parts in the book but what disturbed me the most was the writing style Maybe it had to do with the lay out as well, but sometimes it was hard to figure out who was talking It was not what I expected from it and I felt dissapointed

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