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Goodreads helps you keep track of bambimi you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want bamvini Read Currently Davis Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Zigzag Kid by David Grossman. David Grossman’s classic novels See Under: Daavid and The Book zsg Intimate Grammarearned him international acclaim as an author of childhood. The Zig Zag Kid is written in a more optimistic vein, and recounts thirteen-year-old Nonny Feuerberg’s picturesque journey into adulthood.

Zkg Nonny’s Bar Mitzvah year trip turns into an amazing adventure, he not only finds himself be David Grossman’s classic novels See Under: As Nonny’s Bar Mitzvah year trip turns into an amazing adventure, he not only finds himself befriending a notorious criminal, and a great actress, but confronts the great mystery of his own identity.

With wit and humor, The Zig Zag Kid is a novel that explores the most fundamental questions of good and evil and speaks directly to both adults and teenagers. Paperbackpages. Published August 1st by Picador first published Bqmbini see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Zigzag Kidplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Il giovane Nono appartiene a quest’ultima categoria: A pagine di dense lirismo si affianca una visione romantica e fantastica della vita, la vita come un viaggio e un’avventura, in cui elementi propri dell’infanzia figure classiche come l’investigatore geniale, il ladro gentile, la ragazza spavalda e inafferrabile, l’elegante attrice di teatro, ma anche abitudini elementari come la dolcezza del cioccolato, la lettura si caricano di significati assoluti e universali.

Jul 22, Zjg Cohen rated it really liked it. I read the book in its original Hebrew. Even in its original its starts of choppy and disorganized but it is really worth perservering with as the journey on the train becomes a journey into the question of “Who am I? I;m gross,an I kept going. Its a great read! Sobo resta che una domanda da fare: Un sogno un gioco, un rapimento?

Un viaggio con diverse incognite; avventure rocambolesche, assurde e fantastiche, ripercorse – a distanza di anni – da un uomo, ma viste con gli occhi di un bambino e come tale rivissute costretto a cresce ” Cinque mesi quasi per leggere questo soni. Apr 25, Galthebookeater rated it liked it. Overall, I liked this book.

Although I had some issues with it Things I liked: The book was very unique and interesting, I really liked Nonno’s journey, This book have some depth and messages in it that I really liked. Also, the balance between the present tense and the past tense was very good, Grossman did a very good job in waving the two together and it was nice to see the stories intertwined.

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My favorite character in this book was definitely Felix. The relationship between Nonno and Felix was Overall, I liked this book. The relationship between Nonno and Felix was also great. Gabby was more of a background character, but I liked her a lot. The ending was good ba,bini well. Things I didn’t like: This books does get repetitive and I found myself losing my attention and getting bored a lot of times.

The plot twists in this book were all very predictable, one of them I really disliked. One of my biggest problems with this book was Nonno.

I didn’t like him very much and also did not care for him, he was so unrelatable to me, I never sympathized with him. The entire time I could feel the author pointing out how different Nonno is and how weird he is, to the point it felt forced and not realistic. Overall, my biggest problem was that I simply didn’t care. I liked some characters, but I didn’t feel them. I didn’t care about the plot or anything really, it was interesting, but no more.

I think this is good a book that is not for everyone. Storia un po’ esagitata, forse a tratti esagerata, ma spassosa e gustosa gusto di caramelle al lampone e di cioccolato, ovviamente. Ho trovato il modo di raccontare molto cinematografico; mentre leggevo non potevo fare a meno di visualizzare mentalmente lo svolgersi dell’azione.

Per il resto direi che l’oscar per miglio attrice non protagonista goes to Altro che Lola Ciperola: In occasione del suo bar-mitzvah, a Nono viene regalato un viaggio avventuroso organizzato dal padre e dalla di lui segretaria, che ha cresciuto Nono come se fosse figlio suo. Un libro In occasione del suo bar-mitzvah, a Nono viene regalato un viaggio avventuroso organizzato dal padre e dalla di lui segretaria, che ha cresciuto Nono come se fosse figlio suo.

Jan 09, Tal rated it it was amazing. One of the most influential books I’ve ever read.

Ci sono bambini a zig-zag : David Grossman :

I am one of those Zig Zag kids, who were different from other children, and this book managed to touch my heart and my soul. In deze wonderbaarlijke roadnovel ontdekt de dertienjarige Nono samen met de Roemeense topcrimineel Felix, de waarheid over zijn overleden moeder Zohara van wie hij eigenlijk niets weet.

Gaandeweg gaat hij snappen hoe hij in elkaar steekt en waar dat vandaan komt. Een avontuurlijke schelmenroman over groei naar volwassenheid maar ook met een mooi liefdesverhaal, met ontroering, spanning en humor.

Zijn schooljuf beschrijft Nono als een wilde water, een ondiepe grond. Ze wil hem regelmatig van sch In deze wonderbaarlijke roadnovel ontdekt de dertienjarige Nono samen met de Roemeense topcrimineel Felix, de waarheid over zijn overleden moeder Zohara van wie hij eigenlijk niets weet.

Ze wil hem regelmatig van school sturen en adviseert om hem naar een alternatieve instelling te gaan die beter aansluit bij zijn beperkingen. En misschien past niet iedereen in de rechtlijnige structuur van een school!

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Want je hebt mensen die een cirkel zijn, mevrouw, en je hebt mensen die in bochten gaan, en je hebt kinderen in de vorm van, zeg maar, een driehoek, dat kan toch? En je hebt ook…, je hebt ook zigzagkinderen! Dat de mensen zullen herinneren dat vroeger was een Felix.

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Ik ging het boek steeds beter vinden, de eerste hoofdstukjes vond ik wat warrig en vroeg ik me af waar dit azg toe zou gaan maar op enig moment veranderde dat en uiteindelijk vond ik het fantastisch! Apr 26, Andrea Ussy rated it really liked it. Aveva solo un animo da artista. E noi non l’abbiamo capito in tempo. La storia di un bambino raccontata dal punto di vista di un adulto.

Si parla effettivamente dell’onirico tanto da risultare assolutamente bqmbini viaggio di Nono, tredicenne, attraverso le lande della Palestina. Non avevo mai letto nulla di Grossman e questo libro mi ha attirato essenzialmente per il suo titolo curioso.

A mio parere, un capolavoro. Di sua madre Nono non sa proprio zug. Un carosello di scoperte A mio parere, un capolavoro. Un carosello di scoperte e di personaggi incredibili, che trasporta il lettore in un mondo di favola e riesce ad affascinarlo lasciandolo stupito e incredulo. Un turbinio di emozioni per un romanzo di formazione molto speciale. Prima lettura di Grossman per quanto mi riguarda.

Jun 30, Rob Hood rated it did not like it. This book is not my cup of tea. Jun 13, Zoe Eden rated it it was amazing. Mysterious, fascinating, couldn’t stop reading for one minute. Slowly details are revealed and you get to know the characters whitch are interesting, and ambivalent. A magical mystery tour. A child like adventure told with adult flourish. I got this book w by accident and found it a real treat. Only later did I realize he’d meant every word.

He really did want to know everything about me I was just too dumb to believe him. Ze zetten hem vlak voor zijn dertiende verjaardag op de trein en laten hem zogenaamd aan zijn lot over. Tijdens de rit ontmoet Nonny ene Felix Glick, die hem meeneemt in een overdo “I assumed he’d said what he did to flatter me, to open me up. Tijdens de rit ontmoet Nonny ene Felix Glick, die hem meeneemt in een overdonderend avontuur.

Daarin ontdekt Nonny alles over zijn eigen verleden, dat van zijn ouders en hoe ze in wezen allemaal met Felix verbonden zijn. Ook in ‘The Zigzag Kid’ spring je vanaf advid 1 letterlijk mee op trein. Nonny is een jongen van