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Elijahova stolica by Igor Štiks (4 star ratings)
It does pick up at the end. I vaguely remember reading about it in the news. I will remember it. The Judgment of Richard Richter is written in the first person with Richard Richter narrating and writing a personal memoir, thus going back and forth between his writing of the memoir and the actual story he is writing the tsolica about, sometimes without clear transitions signaling the change in timeline.
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War-crossed lovers in Sarajevo. I received this book free through the Kindle First program, though this did not effect the honesty of this review. The negatives, or what I ellijahova so, are the oh-please-not-again redundancies in the thoughts of the main narrator Richardthe predictability of the plot with its over-reliance on a elijahiva classic,compounded by a clumsy attempt at interweaving classic passages as this book revealed at last what the reader already knew, cause me to award two stars.
Got this as a Kindle First release; was interested in it because it was set in Sarajevo duringand I was once good friends with some people from the former Yugoslavia. It felt smooth and natural. elijahoga
Jane OSullivan rated it it was ok Jan 22, But it might better have been a short story or novella. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
He appears to be sitting at a desk in a hotel writing about his life with a gun I found this book to be whiney and repetitive at first. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Hardcoverpages.
Written very well, with details that seemed true to be living in a war zone.
Classical writing style, many references to world literature- in part quite interesting as it looks at questions of identity, belonging and desire. It’s what lgor of my friends iogr call a “Jackie book” because it moves a little slowly but not too much for me. There are also many stories. You really need to include an option for just giving up. Information about the war in Sarajevo – snipers, shells, theater, food, etc.
I shall carry it with me for a long time.
To ask other readers questions about Ifor stolicaplease sign up. Self absorption of main character makes for tiring reading After reading The Cellist of Sarajevo, this novel felt stiff and shallow.
I don’t like to give spoilers in my reviews but I will say I thought the Author Richard Richter was an orphan by the age of four and was raised by his aunt.
The story also makes use of many different languages including French, German, Bosnian, and Spanish and these phrases are only rarely translated. When it happened in the book, it was a great reveal. And the use of too many exclamation marks, but I realised at the end that was related to the main character. The was not my “cup of tea. The tone throughout the book is foreboding and suggests there will not be a happy ending.
Igor Stiks. Elijahova stolica.
Julie rated it it was ok Dec 08, The main plot and twist in the book no worries, no spoilersrelies on foreshadowing; it stolic something I predicted was happening just a little over halfway there. Along the way the famous author meets a motley crew, some of xtolica will be central to the revelation of who he is.
Return to Book Page. A Castle in Romagna received the award for best first novel in Croatia in A very slow start, almost put it down. It started out interesting enough, but after reading for 10 days sholica only getting a little over halfway through with no real advancement in storyline, I gave up.
Goodreads helps you keep track of stollica you want to read. The general pace is slow and building. Not an easy read, but ultimately a good read. Refresh and try again. This style of writing can be boring to some, laborious to others, and enjoyable to readers like me. It also came across as being quite melodramatic. Great story, bad writing or maybe bad translation? Lists with This Book. About three-quarters of the way through, the story became interesting.