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Vernon Subutex 02

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On retrouve Vernon, toujours SDF, et mal en point. L'ancien disquaire est déconnecté du monde réel, sans ambition ni projets. Il apprend à vivre dans la rue, au côté de Charles, un poivrot collant. Les anciens amis de Vernon continue de le traquer comme il possède l'interview inédite du rockeur Alex Bleach, enregistrée peu avant sa mort.
Une formidable suite après un premier tome salué par une presse unanime et plusieurs fois primé.

« Un livre de combat porté tout à la fois par une capacité d'indignation inentamée et une empathie époustouflante - et tout sauf aimable. » Nathalie Crom, Télérama.

« Virginie Despentes dévoile sans complaisance notre temps en nous offrant un antidote possible. Un véritable écrivain - libre, unique, corrosive. » Nelly Kaprièlian, Les Inrockuptibles.

« On peut faire tourner Vernon Subutex entre ses doigts comme une pierre précieuse changeant de couleur à la lumière du jour. » Marie-Laure Delorme, Le Journal du dimanche.
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Virginie Despentes, 1969 in Nancy Geboren, betrieb einen Plattenladen und trat als Rap-Sängerin auf, bevor sie zu schreiben begann. Ihr erster Roman "Baise moi - Fick mich" von 1993 machte sie auf Anhieb berühmt. Der von ihr 2000 realisierte gleichnamige Film wurde weltweit zum Skandalereignis, in Frankreich quasi verboten. Weiter Romane auf Deutsch: "Die Unberührte" (1999), "Pauline und Claudine" (2001) und "Teen Spirit" (2003).
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 404
Erscheinungsdatum 01.04.2016
Sprache Französisch
ISBN 978-2-253-08767-0
Verlag Hachette Books Ireland
Maße (L/B/H) 17,7/10,8/2 cm
Gewicht 215 g
Verkaufsrang 8.856
Buch (Taschenbuch, Französisch)
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Vernon Subutex Two
von Miss.mesmerized am 15.07.2018
Bewertet: Einband: Taschenbuch

Vernon Subutex is living in the streets of Paris now; he found a quite comfortable place in the parc des Buttes Chaumont and doesn?t really care about his old acquaintances. But they show up one after the other since there are still things going on all connected to him.... Vernon Subutex is living in the streets of Paris now; he found a quite comfortable place in the parc des Buttes Chaumont and doesn?t really care about his old acquaintances. But they show up one after the other since there are still things going on all connected to him. First of all, Emilie?s apartment was broken into and Vernon?s rucksack has been stolen. He didn?t really care about it, but he had something that many people were keen on seeing destroyed: tapes with recordings of Vernon?s and Alex Bleach?s discussions in which the later and now dead musician reveals that Vodka Satana hasn?t died from an overdose but was killed. A whole bunch of people gathers on the Parisian hill, all grieving their own kind of loss, searching for meaning in their life and finding in Vernon the piece that holds them all together. I liked the second instalment of the Vernon Subutex series a lot more than the first. I had the impression that the different stories which are told somehow better fit together and they are a lot more interesting than in the first. Even though Vernon Subutex still gives the novel the title and he is definitely the linking item between all of the characters, he just plays a minor role here. It is not obvious from the beginning how all the characters relate, sometimes it needs a longer explanation to reveal the missing link. But Virginie Despentes has equipped them all with stunning lives that are not only interesting to read but also very diverse and each offer something completely new. What she manages in this way is to offer a broad picture of the French society, especially since her characters come from all kinds of classes and normally they wouldn?t really interact. But here, it does not only work, but it is convincing and great to read.