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  1. says:

    This book was a struggle to read If it wasn't a read to review book I would have put it down after the first 30 pages I had no idea what to expect from this book when I got it from Net Galley on my Kindle I was pretty surprised at the amount of sex in this book The trouble for me was that I found the main character grating annoying and overall unlikeable and not in a compelling or intriguing way as it sometimes can turn out to be I just plain wanted to drop the book I wasn't really interested in her back story and it made it hard to continue reading Maybe it is a translation issue it was originally a German story I believe but it didn't resonate with me at all I think this story may be loosely based on some events in the author's own life I could be wrong Either way I hope someone else will click with the story better than I did


  2. says:

    No one is perfect And we humans as individuals are probably way flawed tainted and animalistic than we like to present ourselves But that doesn't necessarily mean that I find it particularly liberating to sit in on somebody else's therapy session which is how reading this novel felt like Charlotte Roche's first novel was already not uite my thing but with Wrecked following a different set of characters I was still ready to give it an open minded try More than exploring women's canine sexual natures and society's double edged standards this one focusses on figuring out what is expected of a wife how marriage in the 21st century can work and whether you just end up becoming your own mother anywayElizabeth Kiehl and her husband Georg are and aren't romantic in the traditional sense they love each other they have decided to raise a family and stay together for the rest of their lives Just like your picture book lovers But in contrast to those Eliza and Georg also watch porn go to brothels together and think about what it would be like to sleep with other people What Roche is aiming to do here is pointing out how that is normal how that is just human nature I don't even want to agree or disagree I didn't feel personally attacked or disgusted by twenty page long description of sex scenes my main problem was that I just wasn't interested I don't need to know why Eliza has issues about her small breast size and what implications that has I don't need to be in her head when she tries to analyse her difficult relationship with her mother It's deeply personal especially knowing that while it's fiction it is based on Roche's own experiences But I don't need to psychoanalyse other people's life I have got my own


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    If you didn't like wetlands then you probably shouldn't read this If you haven't read Wetlands read the first couple of pages of this book and if you're intrigued keep reading The main character is annoying self righteous and completely mental and if I were to meet her in a social setting I would probably hate her immediately But as with Wetlands Roche shares pretty much everything even how she wipes her arse This honest open and controversial novel is uite refreshing from the boring oh I'm so perfect i wonder why all the boys like me crap I usually read


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    Firstly I'd like to say thanks to Fourth Estate for sending me a proof copy of this book Much appreciatedI find it hard to summarise my thoughts about Wrecked It's certainly like nothing I've ever read but I'm not entirely sure that's a good thing Not really a page turner in the traditional sense but at the same time I found it hard to stop reading in the same way it's hard not to slow down and gorp at traffic accidentsThe book covers three days in the life of Elizabeth Kiehl Three days thee therapy sessions and three central struggles that define who she isThere's a lot of sex throughout the book and the author launches straight into it from the beginning I believe the first 15 20 pages deals heavily with the intricacies of oral sex and almost nothing else The level of details is practically medical and doesn't really attempt to be arousing it simply reads as a live stream of conciousness from the head of the protagonist This also sets the tone for the book as a whole The majority flips between inner monologue and mainly one sided outpourings to the therapist What becomes apparent from the very beginning is the Elizabeth is clearly damaged in some way and I think the only thing that kept me reading was to find out how someone ends up like this and if there is any chance of redemptionDay 1 deals primarily with sex which I found a bit of chore to get through however it sets up well Elizabeth's damaged viewpoint on life love and relationships whilst hinting at the darker and damaging events of her pastDay 2 recounts a defining moment in her life when she lost three siblings in a traffic accident From what I understand this event is almost biographical as this actually happened to the author This event ultimately changes Elizabeth's life forever and starts the beginning of her 8 year stint in therapy as she tries to get through life with the shadow of death looming over her every thoughtDay 3 deals primarily with relationships of all kinds and as always unearths darkness from her past At this stage despite Elizabeth's controversial bizarre and often dark opinions on almost everything it's hard not to see her side of things Even if you don't agree with what she says it's hard to argue against it when she presents such a structured and logical argumentDay three draws to a close with little or no resolution It simply stops in the same manner it began and goes no way to apologise for that What was presented leaves very little hope of a brighter future for Elizabeth which is sad but perhaps it's impossible to rebuild a life once it's been utterly and truly wrecked


  5. says:

    Ok so this is a rather difficult book to review really At times it was actually rather moving with some poignant depictions of the inevitable grief that follows on from horrific trauma At other moments it is uite ridiculously graphic in it's depictions of the bizarre sex life which the main character has created for herself and her husband The initial scenes contain some of the most revolting images of sex that I have come across in a good long while; however I do urge you to get past this as the main story is well worth reading There were a couple of moments where the writing made me laugh however I am not sure if this was intentional or not think something like the love child of Herman Koch's The Dinner and Fifty Shades


  6. says:

    This is like a modern horribly messed up Mrs Dalloway which all by itself going to turn off a majority of readers probably the ones who best stand to benefit from this electrifying confrontation of all the aspects of a woman's mind None of us will be exactly like her at least I sure hope not but there is something so raw and exposed so unguarded and yet self deceiving about it all that I can honestly recognize every single person I've ever known in at least one sentence some aspect of the immensely damaged narrator and protagonist Elizabeth KiehlAt the three uarter mark I feel safe in declaring this book if not a masterpiece at the least one of the most remarkable books I've ever read


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    The majority of this book does not relate or relates little to the author's and protagonist's sex life and body hygiene It primarily deals with her mourning about the death of her 3 brothers who died in a car accident this really happened So I do not agree with the general anxiety and excitement regarding this book in publicI can understand that she wrote a book trying to come to terms with the death of her beloved brothers However I don't understand the connection to her sex lifeIt is ok to read but not a book I consider as a must read


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    I started reading this book because I wanted to love to hate it However this book crawled into my soul and made me see how heartbreaking this story is It is an amazing feat I love how books can suprise you like that


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    If I'd recognised the author's name from the furore that surrounded her previous work Wetlands I might not have purchased this book but overall I'm glad to have read it With a comparison to the sometimes disgusting 'American Psycho' see my review on the cover together with the word 'salacious' it sounded like a bit of fun if nothing else In fact this is uite a heavy read with some big themes and insights into what lies behind complex human relationshipsThe plot centres around an English born woman living in Germany and married to a German man older than herself Roche is indeed English; the prose has a certain German inflection to it as though it's in translation This is very distinctive and I like its directness; compare it with the Roth I'm reading at the moment Despite the couple's high intelligence and status they live in surprising sualor due partly to obsessive environmentalism described as a religion which leads to under washing of clothes and bed linen It's a bit yuk really Frau Kiel is uite obsessed with being a good mother but feeding boiled cabbage on its own to her daughter probably isn't that There are plenty of early flags that not all is right hereThe book starts with a lengthy description of how to administer fellatio which is not erotic in the first place and goes on far too long In fact there is uite a lot of sex in the book perhaps deliberately written so that one wants it to stop Aside from the fact that it will stir up book reviewers and get some press coverage is some of this stuff really necessary? Well the fact is that some of it is as it sets the context to what might be descrined as an abusive relationship certainly the husband seems to be pretty much getting his way and enjoying things a lot than the wifeHer analyst is generally most alarmedIt's a while before Frau Kiel reveals what trauma lies behind all of this The reason that she is clinging onto sanity by a thread and a fortune spent on therapy married to her user of a husband ambivalent about her own daughter and mad to sleep with other men I don't know what research Roche has done but this is a convincing study of somebody coping with post traumatic stress disorder and survivor guilt Along the way we get a nice swipe at press intrusion Also a bit of counter intuition where there is reference to a 'nice safe plane' rather than a car which is the opposite of what most people think despite the statistical evidenceThe flashbacks to the traumatic time are the most interesting bits of the book although all is well drawn in the direct style described above Frau Kiel's fairly hum drum and privileged existence few have the luxury of such environmental obsession may be designed to throw the real plot into stark and horrifying reliefThere is some cleverly masked criticism of the 'right on' here Being a good mother and a focus on food even if it's obviously protein deficient; is this a crafty swipe at despised vegetariansvegans none of whom I know would try and cook like this? doesn't stop the whole family getting nematode worms whereupon it's straight for modern medicine to knock the little buggers out Again this episode seems to go an an inordinately long time Apparently everybody gets worms; however this is a childhood event I do seem to have forgottenHaving almost accidentally stumbled on this book I'm now weighing up whether to read 'Wetlands' and any other later books that Roche may produce I do like the style and I was entertained but there's a bit of me wonders what this is all actually for But one can say that of fiction as a whole


  10. says:

    Firstly thank you to the publishers for sending me a copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewHow do I feel about this book? Mental It made me feel completely on edge and terrified that I was on my own personal downward spiral Obviously this says as much about me as the book but it definitely plays on your own fears if you have even the mildest mental health problems don't we all? I found this book to be a difficult read but at the same time I had to finish it This was probably due to the fact that I enjoyed Wetlands and wanted to see where the author went with this story Which ends up being nowhere in terms of narrative structure The book is focussed around an exploration of the effect that the way you are raised and traumatic events affect the way you conduct your relationships with your partner and your children Through the main characters internal monologue we are given insight into the day to day life plus the underlying tension behind her every thought and action The synopsis may make you feel that this book is all about sex It isn't Aside from detailed descriptions at the start and end the rest of the book is mainly about a major car accident and no not in a Ballard's Crash kind of wayIf you didn't enjoy Wetlands then you will probably hate this book I'm afraid I still hold out hope for the author's future books though


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Es ist ein Roman über Ehe und Familie über Sexualität und die Rolle der Frau und darüber wie eine große Katastrophe das Leben f?. This book was a struggle to read If it wasn't a read to review book I would have put it down after the first 30 pages I had no idea what to expect from this book when I got it from Net Galley on my Kindle I was pretty surprised at the amount of sex in this book The trouble for me was that I found the main character grating annoying and overall unlikeable and not in a compelling or intriguing way as it sometimes can turn out to be I just plain wanted to drop the book I wasn't really interested in her back story and it made it hard to continue reading Maybe it is a translation issue it was originally a German story I believe but it didn't resonate with me at all I think this story may be loosely based on some events in the author's own life I could be wrong Either way I hope someone else will click with the story better than I did