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The Hate U Give

Winner of the Deutscher Jugendbuchpreis 2018, category Preis der Jugendlichen

Angie Thomas

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Beschreibung

A powerfully brave debut novel from Angie Thomas, "The Hate U Give" explores what prejudice looks like in the 21st century. Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, movie rights have already been sold to Fox 2000. Ages: 14+

Produktdetails

Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 464
Altersempfehlung 14 - 17 Jahr(e)
Erscheinungsdatum 15.06.2017
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-4063-7215-1
Verlag Walker Books
Maße (L/B/H) 19,9/13,1/3,3 cm
Gewicht 322 g
Verkaufsrang 1050

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I. D., Thalia-Buchhandlung Mayersche Buchhandlung Essen

After I finished the last page of this book and I'm highly emotional motivated. It's the story of Starr and Khalil, former besties who didn't see each other for months now at this point and meet again at a party. After they hear gunshots they leave the party together and Starr gets a lift in Khalil's car. During the ride they'll be pulled over by a policeman. Khalil's active part ends with the cop shooting him. Throughout the story Starr has to deal with her grief and her anger, with the political turmoil of a black boy being killed by a white cop, with her own identity. Up to this night Starr lives two lifes: One is with her family in a ghettoized hood in which her dad – former gangbanger an ex-con – owns a small grocery. The other part of her life takes place at a well-posed high school in a more distant district where she is along with her brother the only afro-american students among many white rich kids. Starr separates both lives from one another, she'll never introduce her white boyfriend to her dad and in school she behaves like all the others and speaks without any slang. The dreadful night in which she watched Khalil die forces her to face up to her origins, who she is and what a person she wants to be. Besides Khalils murder and the thus resulting racism there are many different narrative sideshows such as her boyfriend, her partly complicated family history, her friends at school on one hand and her friends in the hood on the other hand so that the book devotes to the fact of Khalil's murder but doesn't only focus Starr's story to the incident of that one night. The reader witnesses not only a developement on Starr but also on many of the other protagonists who accompany her during the course of the book. I not only had a wonderful reading experience but also some moments in which I would've cried along the protagonists as well. I read the text in English and can recommend to everybody for the atmosphere to dulge into the wording and the slang in it's authentical original language!

Melissa Bochynski, Thalia-Buchhandlung Essen

Ich habe über dieses Buch nur gutes gehört. Leider ist mein Englisch nicht gut genug um es zu lesen. Werde es aber auf jedenfall auf Deutsch lesen.

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Gutes Buch zu brandaktueller Thematik
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden aus Regensburg am 22.10.2020

Das Buch hat mir sehr gut gefallen. Es greift die Thematik des Rassismus in den USA auf und ist damit sehr aktuell. Gerade als Deutscher kommt man dem Thema durch den Blick einer Betroffenen viel näher, als wenn man nur Fakten dazu lesen würde. Die Sprache ist sehr authentisch, sie variiert je nach Situation und ist dann mehr od... Das Buch hat mir sehr gut gefallen. Es greift die Thematik des Rassismus in den USA auf und ist damit sehr aktuell. Gerade als Deutscher kommt man dem Thema durch den Blick einer Betroffenen viel näher, als wenn man nur Fakten dazu lesen würde. Die Sprache ist sehr authentisch, sie variiert je nach Situation und ist dann mehr oder weniger durch Slang geprägt. Sowohl als Schullektüre (ich würde sagen frühestens ab der 10. Klasse), als auch als Privatlektüre sehr zu empfehlen!

Ein sehr wichtiges und gutes Buch.
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden aus Stuttgart am 17.07.2020

Man muss es einfach gelesen haben! Angie Thomas schreibt wundervoll und es werden extrem wichtige Themen angesprochen und ausführlich beleuchtet. Auch für Erwachsene geeignet.

Loved it
von Anatolia am 09.12.2019
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Before going into this book, I expected a plot driven story with more action dealing with police brutality - which (unfortunately) is still a relevant and important issue today. I was positively surprised when encountering a character focused story. Starr witnesses the unjust shooting of her best friend Khalid at the hands of a ... Before going into this book, I expected a plot driven story with more action dealing with police brutality - which (unfortunately) is still a relevant and important issue today. I was positively surprised when encountering a character focused story. Starr witnesses the unjust shooting of her best friend Khalid at the hands of a police officer. After the traumatic tragedy, everyone wonders what really happened that night and if Khalid is innocent or if the killing was justified. In the midst of protests and threats from certain members of the community, we follow Starr and her closed ones in the pursuit of justice and the process of healing. The dynamics of the characters is very well written, feels authentic and is lovely to experience. The wisdom and the subtle racial and political commentary does not feel overwhelming or out of place - It is very much a story that gives a voice to those who are, alongside the victims, ignored after such tragedies.


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