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Reclams Universal-Bibliothek Band 9127

Twelve

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'Twelve', der Name für eine neue harte Droge, ist der bestürzende Roman über eine Gruppe Jugendlicher in New York: eine privilegierte "lost generation", die sich alles leisten zu können glaubt und deren Leben in einer Katastrophe endet.

Ungekürzte und unbearbeitete Textausgabe in der Originalsprache, mit Übersetzungen schwieriger Wörter am Fuß jeder Seite, Nachwort und Literaturhinweisen.
  • ISBN

    978-3-15-009127-2

  • Verkaufsrang

    277

  • Einband

    Taschenbuch

  • Erscheinungsdatum

    01.02.2005

  • Herausgeber Ernst Kemmner

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  • ISBN

    978-3-15-009127-2

  • Verkaufsrang

    277

  • Einband

    Taschenbuch

  • Erscheinungsdatum

    01.02.2005

  • Herausgeber Ernst Kemmner
  • Verlag Reclam, Philipp
  • Seitenzahl

    237

  • Maße

    14,7/9,7/1,5 cm

  • Gewicht

    104 g

  • Sprache

    Deutsch, Englisch

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Not expected that the book is that good
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden am 12.12.2020

Hello, I read the book and firstly I thought it wouldn't be that interesting. Now I think it's an interesting book what is worth to read. It has a nice story and it shows not the perspective of one person rather the perspective of the other characters in the book too. That makes the book more interesting and better to empathiz... Hello, I read the book and firstly I thought it wouldn't be that interesting. Now I think it's an interesting book what is worth to read. It has a nice story and it shows not the perspective of one person rather the perspective of the other characters in the book too. That makes the book more interesting and better to empathize yourself into it. All in all is worth to buy and read.

Nick McDonnels "Twelve"
von LaWo aus Hamburg am 22.11.2010

This book features a very vivid imagery. The transportation of colloquialisms and use of slang in dialogues, as well as a number of very short chapters that take the reader's attention hopping from scene to scene and from setting to setting, give the book a movie-like feel to it. Imagery and language are very modern and direct. ... This book features a very vivid imagery. The transportation of colloquialisms and use of slang in dialogues, as well as a number of very short chapters that take the reader's attention hopping from scene to scene and from setting to setting, give the book a movie-like feel to it. Imagery and language are very modern and direct. The plot is very...basic. Spoilt, rich kids abuse drugs and get in contact with the dark side of society. In the end a good part of the mentioned characters die in a massacre inflicted by another spoilt youth. The actual "protagonist", well educated, successful if unmotivated drugdealer, disillusioned, disappointed and bored, escapes to Paris.A fun book to read on the train or in the bus (or at the desk with a contemporary slang dictionary running on the computer), but nothing I would read twice.

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