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  1. says:

    This book was so bad it was a real chore trying to finish reading it that turned almost into agony What a waste of precious time much better spent picking your nose getting drunk all alone or sorting dust into similarly colored pilesLoved his first book Laughed so many times and still remember it vividly as if I had seen it as a movie This here on the other hand is not funny Not once Not even remotely I loved Allen and liked most of the other characters in the 100 year old Here I didn't even hate them I didn't feel anything apart from annoyance I could not have cared less about the characters and was sort of disappointed when that one Holger did not die Nothing good ever happens but it doesn't matter since all the people in the book are so weak Holger 2 stupid Holger 1 and his 1 irritating the chinese girls or forgettable everyone else including Nombeko Highly disappointed and mildly annoyed that I spent any money on that book but I deserved that punishmentprobablyIf he ever writes another book let's hope he finally gets over the atomic bomb and finds something new Please


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    Analfabeten som kunde räkna The Girl Who Saved The King of Sweden‭ Jonas JonassonThe Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden is a Swedish novel written by Jonas Jonasson The book was first published in 2013 as the second novel of the author after the best selling The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared In 1961 Nombeko Mayeki is born a poor black girl in Soweto She leaves the slums and a twist of fate – she is run over but survives – puts her into the employ of the engineer who ran her over as a cleaner in South Africa's secret nuclear weapons facility Here her good head for mathematics leads her to cover for her drunken and incompetent employer Two Mossad agents eventually murder her employer and she outwits them and escapes to Sweden but due to a mixup ends up in possession of a missing South African atom bomb In Sweden she settles in a bizarre commune including two unstable republicans determined to end the Swedish monarchy Nombeko and her Swedish boyfriend are determined to hand the bomb over to the Swedish Prime Minister but no one will believe them Years later after several attempts to hand over the bomb have failed in absurd circumstances the two republicans kidnap the King and the Prime Minister of Sweden from a gala banuet with Chinese premier Hu Jintao at the Royal Palace in Stockholm and تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بستمماه نوامبر سال 2015 میلادیعنوان بیسوادی که حساب و کتاب سرش میشد؛ نویسنده یوناس یوناسون؛ مترجم حسین تهرانی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، نشر چشمه، 1393، در 428ص، شابک 9786002294517؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان سوئدی سده 21معنوان دختری که پادشاه سوئد را نجات داد؛ نویسنده یوناس یوناسون؛ مترجم کیهان بهمنی؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، آموت، 1394، در 578ص، شابک 9786006605937؛ عنوان دختری بیسوادی که حساب و کتاب بلد بود؛ نویسنده یوناس یوناسون؛ مترجم شادی حامدی آزاد؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، نشر قطره، 1394، در 525ص، شابک 9786001198267؛داستان رمان، درباره‌ ی دختری سیاهپوست و نابغه‌ ی ریاضیات به نام «نومبکو مایکی»، است، که در یکی از فقیرترین محلات «آفریقای جنوبی» زندگی می‌کند؛ «نومبکو» دختر بسیار باهوش، که در یک موسسه ی تخلیه چاههای فاضلاب، از پنج سالگی مشغول به کار شده، در روند رخدادهای زندگی کاری میکند، که ایشان از مراکز درست کردن «بمب هسته ای»، و نهایتا، از کشور «سوئد» سر درآورد؛ «نومبکو» میاندیشد در «سوئد» به عنوان پناهنده ی سیاسی، زندگی آرامی را آغاز کند، اما اینگونه نیست، چون ؛ ا شربیانی


  3. says:

    What a festival of adventure rogue behavior a non existent twin who exists and a fugitive atomic bomb that also doesn't exist but weighs several megatons and is very difficult to hide The plucky and delightful protagonist is Nombeko who at the start of the novel is fourteen and cleaning latrines in Soweto her hometown It is the seventies and apartheid is the socialpoliticaleconomic cloud Nombeko lives under and yet she makes the best of her situation and eventually saves the world The novel takes us from 1970's South Africa to 21st century SwedenIn a picaresue novel it is paramount to have a captivating group of characters and nimble writing that compels the reader forward Jonasson's talent is magnificent and his largesse and wily wit as well as his ability to create a thrilling plot kept me in suspense until the very end Nombeko is both humble and noble a mathematical genius who lives by her wits and her virtuous cunning Then there are the twins in Sweden Holger One and Holger Two But only one of them exists on paper The Holgers' father is a fanatical republican who is determined to depose the monarchy When his wife gives birth to twins he decides that he can keep one hidden at home while one goes off to school Unfortunately the one in school is none too bright but is a fanatic like his father while the non existent Holger Two is both intelligent and principled Inevitably the Holgers and Nombeko cross pathsAll these people found themselves in nuclear weapons free Sweden Right next door to a three megaton bombAs it says in the intro The statistical probability that an illiterate in 1970's Soweto will grow up and one day find herself confined in a potato truck with the Swedish king and prime minister is 1 in 45766212810 This according to the calculations of the aforementioned illiterate herselfOne of my favorite sections of the novel is when Nombeko is forced into indentured servitude She is run over by moronic engineer Westhuizen in Johannesburg after a long journey on foot from her shantytown her goal is to make it to the National Library of Pretoria The judge decided in favor of the alcoholic engineer who made it through engineering school through nepotism and cheating He is now in charge of a secret nuclear weapons program in South Africa Because of his stupidity and constant inebriation and because of Nombeko's mathematical brilliance she becomes his right hand man Officially she is the cleaning woman This episode in Nombeko's life puts her in contact with Mossad Agent A Mossad Agent B and three Chinese woman skilled at making ancient fraudulent pottery and in the poisoning of dogs also in forced servitude to Engineer WesthuizenNombeko imagined that the engineer might soon be able to devote himself to his brandy full time; he could sit and dream his way back to the years when it was possible to convince those around him that he had a clueAs zany as this novel may sound in description Jonasson's finesse in making this believably unbelievable story engrossing is because of the characters particularly Nombeko and the Holgers His moral compass is a ticking time bomb and he connects with the reader rather than condescending so that I was in on his humor and charmed by his narrative The translation from Swedish by Rachel Willson Broyles is luminous and lyrical I can't believe that the original text wasn't in EnglishHolger Two's problem of non existence as well as the lack of birth certificatepaperless Nombeko provide for a deep and provocative philosophical theme in this novel about identity and permanence as well as some fascinating real world uestionsI can't recommend this unforgettable supple radiant novel enough


  4. says:

    At almost exactly halfway through the book it became taxing to read The wit and uirky characters were replaced with improbable scenarios It was as if a lazier time crunched writer completed a very well begun piece of literature


  5. says:

    I am giving the book a rating of 35I had started the book with very high expectations Why shouldn’t I The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared had raised my expectations to another level For the most part the book did not disappointI became a fan of Nombeko Now who is she? She is the protagonist of this novel the girl who would ultimately save the king of Sweden She is a remarkable character Born in abject poverty in South Africa she had to relentlessly fight against poverty and prejudice By dint of her extraordinary intelligence and guts she would survive one of the most lethal secret service agencies of the world and end up in Sweden where a new adventure would followThe story is full of eccentric and colourful characters – anarchists secret agents Chinese sisters and the list goes on The King and Prime Minister of Sweden would themselves be drawn into the adventureYou will enjoy this book if you like the author’s brand of humour You need to suspend your disbelief and enjoy the show One thing I liked about the story was how the ideology of the characters would change triggered by certain events and experiences Even die hard believers in a cause might changeMy gripe with the novel is that the narrative lagged at certain places and things sort of stalled The book could have been shortened without impacting the narrative However the end was satisfactoryThis is a decent novel but in my opinion not up to the standards of The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and DisappearedWas I a bit too lenient in my rating then? Probably a bit The character of Nombeko and her triumph over adversities was the major reason why I liked this bookIf you like absurd adventures with a tad dark humour then I would highly recommend The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared If you are a fan of Jonas Jonasson then you can give this book a try


  6. says:

    What do you get when you combine a South African woman named Nombeko who is born into the slums of Soweto only to be smart enough to make fools of her oppressors with her intelligence and finds her way to Sweden? When there she meets a man who theoretically does not exist and who has a twin brother with the same name who is inspired to complete what his late father could not do and kill the king of Sweden Throw in the crazy brothers eually crazy girlfriend the Prime Minister of Sweden Chinese officials and bumbling Israeli secret agents and you have a story that seems absurd and ridiculous but thanks to the author is instead totally hilarious and madcap Oh and Nombeko also made it to Sweden with a nuclear bomb that also does not officially existI am not going to go into detail then what i have said in regards to the plot If you have read Jonasson's debut novel The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared then you will know what to expect with laugh's a plenty to be had while being imaginative and maybe even far fetched and if you have not then why not? The center piece of the story for me is the larger than life characters including the brainy Nombeko the Swedish twins Holger one and Holger two who are so far apart in there beliefs you can't help but chuckle three Chinese–South African sisters with brilliant art forgery skills and a penchant for poisoning and a South African engineer who is an idiot and you have to wonder how he ever got the job in the first place? This one is a comedy lovers delight and is well written and observed


  7. says:

    This book suffers a bit from comparing it with The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared which was delightful in all respects This follow up is also entertaining and uirky but never uite as charming It is also uite a lot too long and the middle section is very very slow I especially enjoyed Nombeka and sometimes felt there was not enough of her and too much of others Nevertheless I did enjoy much of the book and can imagine it being made in to a movie like its predecessor


  8. says:

    Second novel is rarely as good as the first one Khaled Hosseini is the exception as publishers expect too much and there is a special pressure on the author if the debut novel is great success Sheila O'Flanagan wrote the good honnest review I support 100%


  9. says:

    Let's say 425 starsThis book is the most farcical absurd story I have read since A Confederacy of Dunces It's best read with a complete suspension of belief in as few sessions as possible I found it hard to re enter this state of disbelief but once I found the groove again I was laughing aloud once againThe farcical plot comments on social roles s in two countries one as north as one can go the other as south as one can go throws in some jabs at the West the Orient the Middle East too Our heroine Nombeko is remarkable And despite this being a farce it's completely believable that remarkably intelligent people are born into all circumstances and some find ways to thrive The circumstances of Holger's life are also believable And whether the events that bring these two together are remotely possible in a real world they make for a fun ride complete with all the errors in logic sheer laziness that accompany most human failuresProbably not for everyone but lots of fun for those who like it


  10. says:

    This is not my usual 4 novel Really it deserves less but I smiled most of the way through it The story is convoluted and completely mad but was easy to read The characters were so off the wall they made the story possible A totally nonsensical book that holds within it some interesting pictures of human nature and humanity


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E run from both the South African justice system and the most terrifying secret service in the world The fate of the planet now lies in Nombeko's handsJonasson introduces us to a cast of eccentrics a nerve damaged American Vietnam deserter twin brothers who are officially only one person three careless Chinese girls an angry young woman a potato growing baroness the Swedish king and the prime minister uirky and utterly uniue The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden is a charming and humorous account of one young woman's unlikely adventu This book suffers a bit from comparing it with The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared which was delightful in all respects This follow up is also entertaining and uirky but never uite as charming It is also uite a lot too long and the middle section is very very slow I especially enjoyed Nombeka and sometimes felt there was not enough of her and too much of others Nevertheless I did enjoy much of the book and can imagine it being made in to a movie like its predecessor Dom na Zanzibarze young woman a potato growing baroness the Swedish king and the prime minister uirky and utterly uniue The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden is a charming and humorous account of one Quantum Physics and the Multiplicity of Mind young woman's unlikely adventu This book suffers a bit from comparing it with The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared which was delightful in all respects This follow up is also entertaining and uirky but never uite as charming It is also uite a lot too long and the middle section is very very slow I especially enjoyed Nombeka and sometimes felt there was not enough of her and too much of others Nevertheless I did enjoy much of the book and can imagine it being made in to a movie like its predecessor

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From the author of The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared comes a picaresue tale of how one person's actions can have far reaching even global conseuencesOn June 14 2007 the king and the prime minister of Sweden went missing from a gala banuet at the royal castle Later it was said that both had fallen ill but the truth is different The real story starts much earlier in 1961 with the birth of Nombeko Mayeki in a shack in Soweto Nombeko was fated to grow up fast and die early in her poverty stricken township be What a festival of adventure rogue behavior a non existent twin who exists and a fugitive atomic bomb that also doesn't exist but weighs several megatons and is very difficult to hide The plucky and delightful protagonist is Nombeko who at the start of the novel is fourteen and cleaning latrines in Soweto her hometown It is the seventies and apartheid is the socialpoliticaleconomic cloud Nombeko lives under and yet she makes the best of her situation and eventually saves the world The novel takes us from 1970's South Africa to 21st century SwedenIn a picaresue novel it is paramount to have a captivating group of characters and nimble writing that compels the reader forward Jonasson's talent is magnificent and his largesse and wily wit as well as his ability to create a thrilling plot kept me in suspense until the very end Nombeko is both humble and noble a mathematical genius who lives by her wits and her virtuous cunning Then there are the twins in Sweden Holger One and Holger Two But only one of them exists on paper The Holgers' father is a fanatical republican who is determined to depose the monarchy When his wife gives birth to twins he decides that he can keep one hidden at home while one goes off to school Unfortunately the one in school is none too bright but is a fanatic like his father while the non existent Holger Two is both intelligent and principled Inevitably the Holgers and Nombeko cross pathsAll these people found themselves in nuclear weapons free Sweden Right next door to a three megaton bombAs it says in the intro The statistical probability that an illiterate in 1970's Soweto will grow up and one day find herself confined in a potato truck with the Swedish king and prime minister is 1 in 45766212810 This according to the calculations of the aforementioned illiterate herselfOne of my favorite sections of the novel is when Nombeko is forced into indentured servitude She is run over by moronic engineer Westhuizen in Johannesburg after a long journey on foot from her shantytown her goal is to make it to the National Library of Pretoria The judge decided in favor of the alcoholic engineer who made it through engineering school through nepotism and cheating He is now in charge of a secret nuclear weapons program in South Africa Because of his stupidity and constant inebriation and because of Nombeko's mathematical brilliance she becomes his right hand man Officially she is the cleaning woman This episode in Nombeko's life puts her in contact with Mossad Agent A Mossad Agent B and three Chinese woman skilled at making ancient fraudulent pottery and in the poisoning of dogs also in forced servitude to Engineer WesthuizenNombeko imagined that the engineer might soon be able to devote himself to his brandy full time; he could sit and dream his way back to the years when it was possible to convince those around him that he had a clueAs zany as this novel may sound in description Jonasson's finesse in making this believably unbelievable story engrossing is because of the characters particularly Nombeko and the Holgers His moral compass is a ticking time bomb and he connects with the reader rather than condescending so that I was in on his humor and charmed by his narrative The translation from Swedish by Rachel Willson Broyles is luminous and lyrical I can't believe that the original text wasn't in EnglishHolger Two's problem of non existence as well as the lack of birth certificatepaperless Nombeko provide for a deep and provocative philosophical theme in this novel about identity and permanence as well as some fascinating real world uestionsI can't recommend this unforgettable supple radiant novel enough Informal Work Talks and Teachings yet she makes the best of her situation and eventually saves the world The novel takes us from 1970's South Africa to 21st century SwedenIn a picaresue novel it is paramount to have a captivating group of characters and nimble writing that compels the reader forward Jonasson's talent is magnificent and his largesse and wily wit as well as his ability to create a thrilling plot kept me in suspense until the very end Nombeko is both humble and noble a mathematical genius who lives by her wits and her virtuous cunning Then there are the twins in Sweden Holger One and Holger Two But only one of them exists on paper The Holgers' father is a fanatical republican who is determined to depose the monarchy When his wife gives birth to twins he decides that he can keep one hidden at home while one goes off to school Unfortunately the one in school is none too bright but is a fanatic like his father while the non existent Holger Two is both intelligent and principled Inevitably the Holgers and Nombeko cross pathsAll these people found themselves in nuclear weapons free Sweden Right next door to a three megaton bombAs it says in the intro The statistical probability that an illiterate in 1970's Soweto will grow up and one day find herself confined in a potato truck with the Swedish king and prime minister is 1 in 45766212810 This according to the calculations of the aforementioned illiterate herselfOne of my favorite sections of the novel is when Nombeko is forced into indentured servitude She is run over by moronic engineer Westhuizen in Johannesburg after a long journey on foot from her shantytown her goal is to make it to the National Library of Pretoria The judge decided in favor of the alcoholic engineer who made it through engineering school through nepotism and cheating He is now in charge of a secret nuclear weapons program in South Africa Because of his stupidity and constant inebriation and because of Nombeko's mathematical brilliance she becomes his right hand man Officially she is the cleaning woman This episode in Nombeko's life puts her in contact with Mossad Agent A Mossad Agent B and three Chinese woman skilled at making ancient fraudulent pottery and in the poisoning of dogs also in forced servitude to Engineer WesthuizenNombeko imagined that the engineer might soon be able to devote himself to his brandy full time; he could sit and dream his way back to the Understanding Soccer Tactics years when it was possible to convince those around him that he had a clueAs zany as this novel may sound in description Jonasson's finesse in making this believably unbelievable story engrossing is because of the characters particularly Nombeko and the Holgers His moral compass is a ticking time bomb and he connects with the reader rather than condescending so that I was in on his humor and charmed by his narrative The translation from Swedish by Rachel Willson Broyles is luminous and lyrical I can't believe that the original text wasn't in EnglishHolger Two's problem of non existence as well as the lack of birth certificatepaperless Nombeko provide for a deep and provocative philosophical theme in this novel about identity and permanence as well as some fascinating real world uestionsI can't recommend this unforgettable supple radiant novel enough

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It from drugs alcohol or just plain despair But Nombeko takes a different path She finds work as a housecleaner and eventually makes her way up to the position of chief advisor at the helm of one of the world's most secret projectsHere is where the tale merges with then diverges from reality South Africa developed six nuclear missiles in the 1980s then voluntarily dismantled them in 1994 This is the story of the seventh missile the one that was never supposed to have existed Nombeko Mayeki knows too much about it and now she's on th I am giving the book a rating of 35I had started the book with very high expectations Why shouldn’t I The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared had raised my expectations to another level For the most part the book did not disappointI became a fan of Nombeko Now who is she She is the protagonist of this novel the girl who would ultimately save the king of Sweden She is a remarkable character Born in abject poverty in South Africa she had to relentlessly fight against poverty and prejudice By dint of her extraordinary intelligence and guts she would survive one of the most lethal secret service agencies of the world and end up in Sweden where a new adventure would followThe story is full of eccentric and colourful characters – anarchists secret agents Chinese sisters and the list goes on The King and Prime Minister of Sweden would themselves be drawn into the adventureYou will enjoy this book if you like the author’s brand of humour You need to suspend your disbelief and enjoy the show One thing I liked about the story was how the ideology of the characters would change triggered by certain events and experiences Even die hard believers in a cause might changeMy gripe with the novel is that the narrative lagged at certain places and things sort of stalled The book could have been shortened without impacting the narrative However the end was satisfactoryThis is a decent novel but in my opinion not up to the standards of The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and DisappearedWas I a bit too lenient in my rating then Probably a bit The character of Nombeko and her triumph over adversities was the major reason why I liked this bookIf you like absurd adventures with a tad dark humour then I would highly recommend The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared If you are a fan of Jonas Jonasson then you can give this book a try