[KINDLE] ❆ Almost Everything Very Fast By Christopher Kloeble – Horse-zine.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Almost Everything Very Fast

  1. says:

    Ambrosial.Fun Sad Romantic Horrors Endearing And a great yarn.This book reminds me a lot of the Scandinavian books like The Hundred Year Old Man and Ove This road story has a message and the ride is enjoyable too.19 year old Albert wants to find his mother His father Fred is dying and because of his developmental condition, can t tell him His father would rather stand along the roadside and count green cars or read his encyclopedia Time is running out and Albert has to be resourceful.Despite the title, the secrets unwind, the past is dug up and everything is explained not very fast Rather, at a good pace German author Christopher Kloeble plays customs and even uses his own name Kl ble is a country term for children with a marked birth I am not willing to give this away Even the town has a custom where once a year you must throw away your Most Prized Possession in the fire A scary idea for most children Even scarier in this story Kloeble the writer does an enjoyable play with Brothers Grimm like tales blending into his contemporary tale His empathy for Fred is handled with respect and the drives the story Albert is a young man trying to make sense of the world How things unfold makes this enjoyable entertainment I was truly hooked It was ambrosial.


  2. says:

    I actually had the privilege to meet the Author He did a reading in English and in German, and answered my questions and signed my book The author answered one of my question by saying Sometimes authors have no idea how the story will end , and it made me realize that the author is along the same ride as the reader the first time they enter the story This book was so incredible Such an interesting story, so suspenseful It was so hard to put down, and when I did, it was to let it sink in.Aaron Kerner did an incredible job translating this from German to English It s hard to believe it s a translated copy I m definitely going to be reading this in German.


  3. says:

    I am grateful to have won this German translated book from Goodreads for an honest review This quirky book is really hard to categorize and describe it is unlike anything I have read before Albert is raised in an orphanage but has a father who is mentally deficient and unable to care for him When he turns 19, he leaves the orphanage to administer care to his own father who is only given five months to live As they undertake a journey through the past to discover the true identity of his mother and other family history, the novel alternates between present day and back to 1912 where it all began.The characters are very vivid and well drawn, and the tale incredibly poignant but in part it felt like a fairy tale out of Hans Christian Anderson That said, this tale takes one on a heart rendering journey that will not quickly be forgotten..a 3.5


  4. says:

    Great


  5. says:

    I enjoyed this coming of age novel which was a fairly quick read with a nice balance of intrigue, sadness, and joy An interesting array of very flawed characters who are all trying to go about somewhat normal lives The book read a bit like the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime and a Robertson Davies novel with all the narratives tying together nicely at the end 3.5


  6. says:

    Albert lives in an orphanage because his father, Fred, has the mind of a child And the one thing that Albert pines for, his mother, is only one of the things that Fred can t remember As Albert and Fred search for Albert s mother, history reveals multigenerational longings, loves, and pain, and takes the reader on a father and son journey like no other.


  7. says:

    Very interestingliked some parts, didn t like others Each character was wonderfully portrayedfelt like you really knew them.


  8. says:

    This was a sweet book Original, and I did not guess the ending It s also nice for its very caring portrayal of intellectual disability.


  9. says:

    Albert was raised in an orphanage, unsure of his parents, but remarkably close to a developmentally disabled man called Fred Fred is an old man now and facing the end of his life Albert at 19 is too old to live at the orphanage any longer, so he goes to live with Fred Albert is hoping to learn about his Albert s family He s sure the mystery is trapped inside Fred s brain and Albert is hoping to learn what Fred knows.This is a sweet story of friendship, love, devotion, and secrets Although I admit I wasn t shocked once the secret is revealed, I didn t care By that time I had come to care for Fred and Alfred and was just waiting to see how it all played out A heartwarming coming of age novel according to the back blurb, and that s a perfect description A lovely, sweet story from a German writer This is his first book published in English I m looking forward to Thanks to Graywolf Press for providing a review copy I shouldn t have waited so long to read it.


  10. says:

    What to make of this book Told in two intertwining stories which reach a satisfying conclusion, there are many side trips and characters with stories within the story to make it rich Since this is a translation, there may be jokes and references that are missed by an English reading audience, but one in particular had me laugh out loud On a plane Cohabitation between siblings plays a part in the narrative, despite the danger of producing a kloble, which when googled, proves to be a search engine of some kind, but is also one letter away from the author s name Also the outside world is only glancingly referred to, despite being set in Germany, partially in the years 1924 1945 It has almost a mythic charm, and I feel it s about people s relationships to one another notwithstanding political influences I liked it for its quirky qualities, its original characters, and its humanity.


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