Revolution PDF/EPUB å Paperback

Revolution PDF/EPUB å Paperback


10 thoughts on “Revolution

  1. Naomi Beatriz Naomi Beatriz says:

    lysere end eksil, men stadig trist og barsk jeg har i hvert fald l rt hvordan man siger luder p swahili


  2. Frederik Frederik says:

    S er der godt gang i Afrikal jerne i andet bind af Ejersbo trilogien med enkelte mesternoveller p Murakami niveau, men ogs med lidt mindre f ngende historier Dog er f.eks Africa Punk som et gr nlandsk dansk balstyrisk og impulsivt rejseventyr fuldst ndig f nomal, mens V rtinde og Slangens Vej understreger, at det dybt uretf rdige og tragiske altid indg r som grundelementer i afrikansk historiefort lling.


  3. Pernille Pernille says:

    It certainly makes the first book Exile Eksil much better I love his acid bath technique, where he removes all the unnecessary so only the most important remains It is a joy to read


  4. Trine Salbøg Trine Salbøg says:

    Revolution er som knivstik i hjertet, men efterlader et rodet og uf rdigt aftryk Jeg elskede Eksil og er godt klar over, at den oprindelig var en del af Revolution, som best r af en r kke selvst ndige fort llinger Jeg finder kvaliteten i fort llingen O.k international , som er p fuld h jde med Eksil, og som jeg gerne giver fem stjerner Men samlet bliver det kun til tre jeg bliver tr t af det Afrika, som bliver for ligegyldigt, for meget brunt muld og for meget sex lig m nd, der pumper m Revolution er som knivstik i hjertet, men efterlader et rodet og uf rdigt aftryk Jeg elskede Eksil og er godt klar over, at den oprindelig var en del af Revolution, som best r af en r kke selvst ndige fort llinger Jeg finder kvaliteten i fort llingen O.k international , som er p fuld h jde med Eksil, og som jeg gerne giver fem stjerner Men samlet bliver det kun til tre jeg bliver tr t af det Afrika, som bliver for ligegyldigt, for meget brunt muld og for meget sex lig m nd, der pumper med eller uden sok Der er helt sikkert en masse nyttig viden i fort llingerne, som skal videregives, og som vi skal tage ved l re af Jeg kan dog bare godt lide, n r fort llinger kryber ind under huden Det er jo ikke bare Afrika, det her det er litteratur, som tildeles stjerner


  5. Karoline Karoline says:

    I ve perhaps read 4 5 stories in this short story collection Not nearly as good as Eksil, but still really amazing.


  6. Hanne Frost Hanne Frost says:

    Svedigt r t ubarmhjertigt En enest ende l seoplevelse man har sv rt ved at l gge den fra sig, samtidig med at man f r det n sten fysisk d rligt Hammergodt skrevet L s l s l s


  7. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    The second book in this trilogy is a series of short stories focusing on some of the peripheral and not so peripheral characters in Exile I found that a pretty depressing and brutal look at ex pat life in Tanzania and this is no different although this time the focus is much wider than just the ex pat community These are not easy books to read but they are compelling and I am interested to see how everything will come together in the final book.


  8. Maria Stokholm Maria Stokholm says:

    En god bog Men den f rste var bedre Jeg h rte den p lydbog For mig var der for mange historier, for mange at f lge, for hurtige skift Det var ikke altid jeg fangede, at nu havde historien skiftet til en anden Historierne er rigtig godt fortalt De fleste er meget f ngslende og flere ville man gerne vide mere om.


  9. Navid Baharlooie Navid Baharlooie says:

    Kun n af fort llingerne faldt ved siden af i sp ndingsniveau Resten er enten absolut underholdende, r rende eller helt igennem barske Is r fort llingen fra tanzanit minerne er den st rkeste oplevelse det er gruopv kkende og n rmest kvalmende, uhyggelig l sning.


  10. Olivia Klarskov Olivia Klarskov says:

    Bliver bedre n r man har l st liberty


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Revolution [PDF / Epub] ✅ Revolution By Jakob Ejersbo – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk I Revolution m der vi Sofie, der er halvt dansker, halvt gr nl nder og p forunderlig, fantastisk, munter vis og efter mange, mange afstikkere havner i Afrika, hvor hun for f rste gang nogen sinde f le I Revolution m der vi Sofie, der er halvt dansker, halvt gr nl nder og p forunderlig, fantastisk, munter vis og efter mange, mange afstikkere havner i Afrika, hvor hun for f rste gang nogen sinde f ler sig hjemme Vi m der unge indiske piger, der fors ger at slippe ud af deres familiers jerngreb, og Samantha, hovedpersonen i Eksil Vi er nede i tanzanit minerne, hvor b de voksne og b rn arbejder under gruopv kkende forhold, og hvor menneskeliv regnes for intet vi er i USA, hvortil en af de sorte piger fra Moshi er rejst for at f den chance, hun p grund af sin hudfarve aldrig kunne f i Afrika, og vi er i Helsinki, hvor vi m der Jarno, der har f et job som nattevagt.

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Revolution
  • Jakob Ejersbo
  • Danish
  • 18 September 2019

About the Author: Jakob Ejersbo

Jakob Ejersbo is a writer who died young He succumbed to cancer at , having published a volume of short stories and a novel, Nordkraft, which won the Golden Laurel Prize Butimportantly, it was hailed by critics and readers alike as a great new Danish novel, ushering in a new type of fiction that would draw a line under the minimalism and symbolism that had prevailed in Danish literature during the late sA gritty, realistic tale about disaffected youth in Aalborg, Denmark s fourth largest city, it captured the Danes imaginations, holding a mirror to their society and rendering them as they saw themselvesIt was the last book Ejersbo would live to publish He died in July , just months after being diagnosed with cancer Throughout his illness, Ejersbo strove to complete his latest project, an ambitious trilogy about the relationship between the West and the Third World Shortly after his death, his publisher, Johannes Riis, literary director at Gyldendal, revealed that he had left behind a manuscript and that it was virtually finishedAt a cumulative , pages, Ejersbo s trilogy is a formidable work, and when the first part, Eksil, was released in Denmark in summer it caused just as much of stir as did Nordkraft The literary critic Klaus Rothstein wrote in the Danish Literary Magazine that seldom has anyone written anything so insistent and impassioned, so glowing hot and ice cold, so heartfelt and so cynicalThe trilogy is primarily set in Eastern Africa and explores the relationships between European ex pats and the Tanzanians they live amongst Ejersbo was not a writer for whom easy solutions and happy endings held any interested, and there are none to be found in these bleak but impeccably observed books The trilogy is also formally inventive two novels, Exile and Liberty sandwich a collection of stories that returns to the characters introduced in the first partIn October , MacLehose Press will be publishing Exile in English, translated by Mette Petersen It is primarily the story of Samantha, the daughter of neglectful, abusive English parents, who takes solace in sex, drugs and lies but cannot control her destiny once the wheel of catastrophe has begun to turn Revolution will follow in and Liberty in I ll let Klaus Rothstein have the last word, except to say that we haven t been as excited about a Scandinavian trilogy since Stieg Larsson s Millenium Trilogy Jakob Ejersbo was a deliberate and original writer, who was not only able to maintain an artistic overview of the antipoetry of existence but was also capable of describing it in finely narrated and captivating language Exile is an electrifying novel, and its final chapter which gives the novel its name shocks the reader as a shattering highpoint of modern Danish literature Klaus Rothstein, Danish Literary Magazine.