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Op zijn heupen krijgt en kort voordat het feest losbarst vertrekt De tijd die hem rest kan hij bete. This was fairly enjoyable and funny but a little out there for my taste While I understand that Dahlia Black understand that

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Allan wordt honderd en dat wordt groots gevierd in het bejaardentehuis behalve dan dat de jarige het. First it was funny then it was tedious then it was just annoying The name dropping the fact that

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R besteden vindt hij en hij klimt uit het raam en verdwijnt Pers en burgemeester hebben het nakijken. I loved this book I have a soft spot for old men so maybe that helpedI totally adored this old m

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  1. says:

    And the title was so promisingDumb Oh so dumb The humor if it could be called that is roughly on par with children's knock knock jokes And this feeble comedy is hammered on with an incredible relentlessness over 400 pages Ha hapeople drink vodka Ha ha A man who doesn't like politics meets every important political leader over 5 decadesha ha Religion and politics are dumb Guffaw guffaw I actively groaned times than be counted I suppose this title will be the darling of book groups comprised of older ladies centenarians? but it's a horrid mashup of Big Fish and Forrest Gump Appalling Readers are also expected to be dumb enough to swallow the idea that Sweden does not have access to forensic science in the year of our Lord 2005Very slight spoiler alert belowI found myself wondering at the ho hum attitude of our hero in the face every every major event of his lifewho the fuck would want to live 100 years with that kind of blase feeling about everything? Are we supposed to root for a man who can't even be bothered to care that he spends a large portion of his 100 years behind bars?

  2. says:

    First it was funny then it was tedious then it was just annoying The name dropping the fact that one person could have such an influence on world politics Very farcical I think what bugged me the most was when they convinced the police officer to join them Everything was just too smooth too convenient I struggled to finish it and I cannot understand what all the hype is about The writing style seemed off to aside from the lack of speech marks there was a lot of repetition and unnecessary bits that I feel might have been the fault of the translator Essentially this is a yarn A really really long yarn A yarn that you could use to knit scarves for a whole classroom And it's kinda lame too Not worth the effort but hey I only wasted two days on it I'm just glad I read fast

  3. says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever read a book where the title so sums up what the book is all about The story is set in Sweden and is about the life and adventures of our hero Allan Karlsson who on his hundredth birthday climbed out the window of his old people’s home and disappeared He then sets out on a journey where he steals a suitcase which turns out to contain a fortune that was paid over to a group of bikers by a Russian organized crime syndicate as payment for a drug deal There then follows an unlikely but very amusing story of drug dealers trying to track the money down and the police starting a nationwide hunt for Allan after a warrant is issued for a triple murder As the book progresses Allan collects a motley crew of really interesting but flawed characters plus an elephant that somehow all manage to stay one step ahead of the police for much of the book The book is also interspersed with flashbacks of Allan’s life and how he inadvertently managed to be in the right place at the wrong time and helped influence a number of events and changed the course of twentieth century historyThis book is pure entertainment as far as I am concerned I wouldn’t say I was finding myself exploding into fits of hysterical laughter as I read the book However I found myself smiling as I turned the pages and couldn’t help but chuckle at some of the situations that Allan and his group of friends found themselves in A great feel good book that I would recommend to anybody

  4. says:

    Pearl Ruled p100 coincidentally the end of chapter 8 see update belowRating 15 of five The Publisher Says The international publishing sensation over two million copies sold A reluctant centenarian much like Forrest Gump if Gump were an explosives expert with a fondness for vodka decides it's not too late to start overAfter a long and eventful life Allan Karlsson ends up in a nursing home believing it to be his last stop The only problem is that he's still in good health and one day he turns 100 A big celebration is in the works but Allan really isn't interested and he'd like a bit control over his vodka consumption So he decides to escape He climbs out the window in his slippers and embarks on a hilarious and entirely unexpected journey involving among other surprises a suitcase stuffed with cash some unpleasant criminals a friendly hot dog stand operator and an elephant not to mention a death by elephantIt would be the adventure of a lifetime for anyone else but Allan has a larger than life backstory Not only has he witnessed some of the most important events of the twentieth century but he has actually played a key role in them Starting out in munitions as a boy he somehow finds himself involved in many of the key explosions of the twentieth century and travels the world sharing meals and with everyone from Stalin Churchill and Truman to Mao Franco and de Gaulle uirky and utterly uniue The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared has charmed readers across the world My Review Seriously Sweden? THIS is the best you've got to offer?I am not a charmed reader I'm a ticked off reader who does not wish to continue on the tedious journey between 2005 and as of chapter 9 which I did not read WWII I've already been dragged back to 1905 Oh hell I didn't like this “utterly uniue” someone needs to explain the concept of a superlative therefore unmodifiable part of speech to the copywriter bag of doorknobs and frankly can't see why anyone would It's ponderous it's got disagreeable people practically bursting from it and it's supposed to be charming? And Winston Groom's people should be examining the damn thing right close That Forrest Gump comparison sounds to me like the sound of a gun being spiked “Look We admitted it was a lift No one's hiding it”I'll say not Not hiding the dullness either Yeccch This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 30 Unported LicenseUPDATE 562013Disney Nordic and Studiocanal are releasing a film at Christmas Everyone but me it seems loves the thing“The book is already establishing itself as a major brand around the world For us as theatrical distributors we think we have a winner based on what we saw so far of the powerful film adaptation the producers and our partners at Disney will be delivering at the end of the year” said Harold Van Lier exec VP international distribution at Studiocanal “It is an incredibly cinematic story that is very warm and filled with feel good humor It will undoubtedly be one of the major films coming out of Scandinavia at the end of this year”

  5. says:

    I bear a charmed life William ShakespeareOh what a fun read this wasA real delightMy wife was the first to devour it on a recent holiday and while doing so she chortled chuckled and cackled with such gusto that I imagined someone had let a hyena and a kookaburra loose in our hotel roomOh you must read this Kevin You must read it She urgedAnd so I didAllan Karlsson absconds from an old people's home on the eve of his hundredth birthdayHe's on the run from the authorities in his urine stained slippers like a geriatric Jason BourneThis is a centenarian who has nothing to lose He's previously led a mercurial existence and this last hurrah is the cherry to crown a life of hurrahsCrazily ludicrous and delightfully hilarious we watch this man's uixotic uest unfold at a snail's pace though he is the tortoise to his trackers' hare'Bolt Bucket' might sound like a great name for a hardware store but these are in fact the idiot henchmen who have a part to play in the storyIn his youth Karlsson had already used up each one of his nine lives at one stage daring to suggest to Stalin that he might look better with his moustache shaved offI too chortled chuckled and cackled while reading this inoffensive little novel and it may tickle your funny bone tooThe only thing that I don't like about the book is that it takes the best part of the day to type the title UPDATEIf you've already enjoyed the book I'd like to recommend the movie DVDBlu Ray which I watched todayhttpswwwcoukHundred Yearhttpswww100 Year Old C

  6. says:

    This was fairly enjoyable and funny but a little out there for my taste While I understand that a lot of the crazy and unrealistic things that happen were for comedic effect I tired of it eventually If you are looking for a witty funny light hearted tale maybe give it a try

  7. says:

    The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared Jonas JonassonAllan Karlsson is about to celebrate his hundredth birthday and his retirement home in Malmköping is planning to throw a party Allan is alert despite his age but is not interested in attending the party Instead he climbs out the window and disappears He walks to the nearest bus station intending to travel as far as his available cash will allow While at the bus station he meets an angry young man with a suitcase which he cannot bring into the toilet as it is too large so he desperately asks Allan to take care of it However Allan's bus soon arrives and Allan boards it taking the suitcase with him onto the bus The suitcase turns out to be stuffed with drug dealers' money; Karlsson is chased by the dealers trying to recover their lost cash Meanwhile the retirement home calls the police to search for Allan The police have no knowledge of the money and are only looking for Allan who is known to be somewhat absent minded He gets caught up in criminal activity by accident and ends up unknown to him being hunted by both the police and a gang of murderous criminals Allan manages to outwit one of the criminals with a help of a thief; the criminal freezes to death in a cooler and his body is later thrown into a container heading for Ethiopia During his escape Allan meets a few other people including one who owned an elephant Allan then outwits another gang member by getting the elephant to crush him to death; the gang member's body is inadvertently sent to Latvia in the boot of a Ford Mustang تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز شانزدهم آگوست سال 2014 میلادیعنوان مرد صد ساله‌ ای که از پنجره فرار کرد و ناپدید شد؛ نویسنده یوناس یوناسون؛ مترجم فرزانه طاهری؛ تهران، نیلوفر، چاپ سوم 1393، در 372 ص؛ شابک 9789644485978؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان سوئدی سده 21 مدر سال 1392 با عنوان پیرمرد صد ساله ای که از پنجره بیرون پرید و ناپدید شد انتشارات به نگار؛داستان زندگی پیرمرد قهرمان داستان، از ورای تاریخ سده ی بیستم میلادی را، البته به‌ طنز مرور می‌کنیم در حقیقت نویسنده کتاب هر بار به بهانه‌ ای قهرمان داستان را در یک رشته رخدادهای تصادفی درگیر می‌کند، تا او با تعدادی از مهم‌ترین شخصیت‌های سیاسی سدهٔ بیستم میلادی دمخور شود «استالین»، «فرانکو»، «ترومن»، «چرچیل»، «مائو»، «کیم ایل سونگ» و ، از این راه و با مرور یادمانهای پیرمرد، خوانشگر به صورت طنز، در بطن رویدادهایی همچون «ساخت بمب اتم»، «جنگ‌های داخلی اسپانیا»، و «انقلاب چین»، قرار می‌گیرد نویسنده حتی، قهرمان داستان را در سال‌های دهه ی 1320 هجری خورشیدی به ایران هم میآورد، و باعث میشود او توسط سازمان امنیت وقت دستگیر هم بشود در این میان، نه راوی و نه آدم‌های اثر، هیچکدام در پی ارائه ی تصویری درست و واقعی، از زندگی و رخدادهای گذشته و حال نیستند آن‌ها، واقعیت را در هم می‌شکنند، آن را به بازی می‌گیرند، و از نو بنایش می‌کنند این ویران کردن و دوباره ساختن، در سایه ی طنز رخ میدهد؛ و طنز است که ماجراهای گذشته، و حال را، به هم پیوند می‌دهد، و ماجراها را پیش می‌برد نویسنده در این اثر از «رخدادهای تاریخی»، «اندیشه»، «فلسفه»، ک«تاب مقدس»، تا «مظاهر روزمره ی زندگی» را، به بازی طنز می‌گیرند، و دنیایی می‌سازند که به گفته ی خود ایشان به نحوی هوشمندانه، ابلهانه است ا شربیانی

  8. says:

    If I could have read this book at school instead of dull text books 'O'level history would have been brought to life I enjoyed the way historical figures and events were tied in with Allan's remarkable life story I enjoyed the characters the daftness of it all and of course what's not to love about an elephant

  9. says:

    I loved this book I have a soft spot for old men so maybe that helpedI totally adored this old man Such a sweetie and lead a very interesting life being involved in key points in history although I did find one or two of these historic chapters dragged on a bitWent straight into the story and the story was brillantHad so many unexpected events and moments in this book Great characters including the chief inspector Was brillant and kept me hooked the entire way through it If in all honestly I did prefer the original story compared to the lengthy historic parts but they were very much enjoyed too Loved it

  10. says:

    Totally bizar book A Forust gump kind of feeling I've never read any kind of book like this oneThe author made me wonder many times what to expect next and often I had a smile on my faceA bizar great fun kind of book

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