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Im Supermarkt lernt Judith, Mitte dreißig und Single, Hannes kennen. Kurz darauf taucht er in dem edlen kleinen Lampengeschäft auf, das Judith, unterstützt von ihrem Lehrmädchen Bianca, führt. Ewig Dein: Roman | Daniel Glattauer | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Ewig Dein. von Daniel Glattauer. Belletristik · Deuticke · · Gebunden · Inhaltsangabe zu "Ewig Dein". Im Supermarkt lernt Judith, Mitte dreißig und Single, Hannes kennen. Kurz darauf taucht er in dem edlen kleinen Lampengeschäft. Daniel Glattauer: Ewig Dein (Buchbesprechung mit ausführlicher Inhaltsangabe / Zusammenfassung und Kritik / Rezension von Dieter Wunderlich).

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Ewig Dein. von Daniel Glattauer. Der neue grosse Roman von Daniel Glattauer endlich im Taschenbuch! Im Supermarkt lernt Judith, Mitte dreißig und Single. Eben noch vom Erfolg seines Email-Romans "Gut gegen Nordwind" und dessen Nachfolgeroman "Alle sieben Wellen" überwältigt, macht er mit "Ewig Dein". Ewig Dein: Roman | Daniel Glattauer | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.

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Mar 04, Speranza rated it did not like it Shelves: personal-library. This book was a complete waste of time. The plot was shallow and the writing ridiculously bad.

It had a certain chick-lit feel to it, only without any trace of humour or wit. Reading it felt like watching a puppet show, a very bad one, where you can see all the arms and strings pulling the poor little ragdolls.

Oh well, if anything, this novel is a firm contender for the title 'Worst book of ' on my list. I received a free copy of this book by the book's publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

It took me quite a while to initially get into reading this book and enjoying it. However, the plot does have suspense and keeps you intrigued if you stick with it!

The ending to the story as others have said, is unfortunately quite abrupt and a little disappointing. For these reasons, I'm only giving the book three stars although it had much more potential and could easily have been given I received a free copy of this book by the book's publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

For these reasons, I'm only giving the book three stars although it had much more potential and could easily have been given a higher rating.

The story was quite compelling - Judith meets a man seemingly randomly and he treats her really well and shows a lot of interest in her - she likes the attention but doesnt really feel the attraction he feels to her.

This leads to all sorts of things but mostly a rather stalkish and intense relationship that was not good for either of them.

The first part of the book I really thought was terrific - even though I found the conversational style difficult to follow, whether that is a translation thing as in lost in translation NOT a problem with the actual translator who as always has done a brilliant job or whether it was just the way it was written I'm not sure but I had to re-read occasionally to make sure I understood the concept.

That aside though it was an engaging read - mostly because I was absolutely unsure of the intentions of the characters. Then if I'm honest the whole thing stopped making sense to me.

I lost a lot of the relationship I'd developed, especially with Judith, who became annoying. I'm still not sure what I made of the ending either All in all I liked it, didnt LOVE it, but am intrigued enough to read another book from Daniel Glattauer because there is something there for sure, I'm just not sure what it is.

Happy Reading Folks! Not going to lie. This book gave me nightmares. Great psychological thriller. View 1 comment. This review was originally posted on Between My Lines I was excited when I read the blurb on this book as it sounded electrifying.

But my expectations were just high and it never lived up to my initial hopes. It was just too slow for me personally. The comparison to Stephen King and Hitchcock set the bar way too high and it was too big of a jump for this book to take.

It does capture the lack of sparks between them and how Judith has just sort of given up on romance and is settling. However not all the dialogue is like this and it is being used to show us the lack of excitement between them.

They are nice, overly polite and beyond reserved. Not that he hid it too well. He was all but waving red stalker flags from their very first meeting and I think Judith even saw that but just turned a blind eye to it.

However on the positive side, it did increase the chill factor of the book. As the book progressed, it spiralled into dark, depressing places and you are left feeling isolated and helpless just like Judith.

Every direction she turns to for help becomes another dead end as Hannes effectively seals off all her support network. Even though I found the pace of the book slow, I was intrigued as to the direction the book took and was unsure the whole way through how it would end.

One thing that disappointed me was that there was no sense of place about the setting. I wanted to feel the Austrian location but really it was pretty generic and could be any city or town apart from the place names and character names.

I also appreciated that the author has a unique voice even if it didn't work for me. Who should read Forever Yours by Daniel Glattauer?

If you like slower paced books, that are dark and edgy then this might work better for you. Thanks to NetGalley and Quercus Books for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I adore this wry author. He sees through cliches and reflects truth instead.

He has healed parts of me not once but twice. Not at all. It is about a stalker who harrasses not one but two women.

His madness, his narcissitic personality disorder nearly but not quite tipping them over their own edge.

While reading this you feel their fear and their rage. And finally their peace. I needed to get used to the writing style but after that it's a really quick read.

I enjoyed the story but I'm not sure if I would say that it's a psycho thriller. What happens when your ex is stalking you but your friends and family don't believe you?

Judith meets Hannes in the supermarket, and after they keep bumping into each other she is persuaded to date him for a short time, flattered by the attention.

He seems like a nice man, gentle and adoring. However, she quickly finds out that he can be possessive, far too intense and incapable of backing off when she asks for space.

She breaks up with him as kindly as she can but Hannes refuses to accept this, What happens when your ex is stalking you but your friends and family don't believe you?

She breaks up with him as kindly as she can but Hannes refuses to accept this, leaves Judith roses everywhere, writes and phones constantly and seems suicidal.

Scared, Judith seeks support, but Hannes has convinced her family and friends that he is a wonderful person.

Her mother berates her for splitting up with him, her friends feel sorry for him, her brother sees him as a miraculous benefactor and everyone thinks she is over-reacting.

Is Judith just paranoid, or is Hannes actually stalking her? What are the sinister noises she hears at night? Is he just a heart broken man who took too long to accept defeat, or an incredibly calculating socio-path?

Who is sane and who is losing it? What is real, and what is imagined? This novel, translated from the original German, explores what happens when love goes bad and issues of sanity.

We are never quite sure if Judith is a reliable narrator, and sometimes even question her decision to leave Hannes.

I didn't find the book quite as menacing or sinister as it was supposed to be and the end seemed very rushed to me, but I enjoyed the experience of reading it, and did find it hard to put down.

It is quite short so I finished it in one sitting. I sometimes felt quite frustrated with Judith, who took a long time to "grow a backbone" and I also felt annoyed with her very superficial set of friends, but her apprentice Bianca was a great character and rescued the story somewhat from a cast of unlike-able personalities.

I felt that the dialogue was sometimes a bit unnatural; formal and stilted, but perhaps this was due to something being lost in translation?

Forever Yours is a bizarre little book. I had no idea where it was going. It was simply an emotional roller-coaster. I bought this book knowing nothing about the author because a it had a very pretty cover and b contrary to its cute packaging, it was described on the cover as having 'A dash of Stephen King, a twist of Hitchcock Like a cocktail laced with arsenic' - fascinating for a novel set in a lamp shop I have marked this as having spoilers as any discussion of the book necessitates g Forever Yours is a bizarre little book.

I have marked this as having spoilers as any discussion of the book necessitates giving a little away.

What started out as a romance, turns rapidly into a suspense, mutates into a tragedy and then culminates in a rather satisfying crime-genre conclusion.

It can't really decide what sort of book it wants to be and that's what made it so delightfully unpredictable.

Written in an unusually clear, punchy fashion I devoured it in almost one sitting unusual for a sluggish reader like me. I just couldn't take the tension and the plot kept changing, driving me on.

I haven't felt this much suspense since reading a personal favourite of mine Strangers on a Train by Patricia Highsmith.

Another comparison I would make is with the book Enduring Love. The theme of 'stalking', the 'unreliable narrator' device - the writing style is completely different though.

I would be very interested to read other books by Daniel Glattauer - clever, twisty and in parts downright terrifying. I received this book as part of a goodreads giveaway.

The book has been translated from German and, I'm hoping, this didn't help the way the story read. With an unusual method of characters talking, although not really a problem, and just no atmosphere throughout the book.

The book follows Judith, a single women who likes her single way of life, and her fall into mental health issues, or is it Hannes that puts her there?

I honestly couldn't get any feeling for Judith who seemed to go completely o I received this book as part of a goodreads giveaway.

I honestly couldn't get any feeling for Judith who seemed to go completely overboard regarding, Hannes who wanted a loving relationship, although a smothering relationship.

I failed to see where she was coming from whilst she seemed to blame him for everything, to the extent that she was even harassing him!

The book lists itself as a Stephen King type suspense, although I found none anywhere in the book, every part of the book was hinted at several times before, for example Hannes Wife, this was the crux of the whole story and yet we were told about this right at the start.

The only really mystery is why the book suddenly stopped? With such an excellent blurb I was more than excited to get stuck into Forever Yours.

I was more than aware than this book has been translated from German, and with that in mind I started. After a very long and quite tedious start, the story finally took hold.

There was no character build up to the main characters at all, which made emotion, suspense, and familiarity rare.

As the plot thickens we do see a change in t With such an excellent blurb I was more than excited to get stuck into Forever Yours.

As the plot thickens we do see a change in the writing style, which was seriously needed. It upped its pace, and the book became interesting.

That is until the end. It is one of them books that just stops dead. There is nothing worse for me than that. Just remember not to put it down straight away.

Having a little experience of the subject matter myself, I found the first third of the book to be very uncomfortable reading.

It so closely mirrored my own experience that I wondered if I'd finish the book at all. Judith didn't help matters by being the strong silent type but it is a little too far fetched that they would not support her.

As for the final third - pure fantasy.

Zur Beruhigung und um schlafen zu können, nimmt sie Medikamente, so stunts sie bald in ihrer Wahrnehmung getrübt ist. Hannes und seine Schwiegermutter haben das Haus verlassen. Doch diese merkt schnell dass sie seine Gefühle the_big_bang_theory erwidern kann und macht Schluss mit Hannes. Am Abend imdb punisher auch noch einige Freunde eingeladen. Bleibt noch Stalking. Unter diesem Gefühlsüberschwang droht Judith zu ersticken; sie braucht ein bisschen Abstand. War es das "Sie" von "So eine Frau you die monster jГ¤ger stream opinion Sie? Deli fertig! Auch wenn er sich nicht mehr bei ihr meldet, fühlt sie sich beobachtet und bedrängt und ist auch aufgrund der Reaktionen ihrer Freunde unsicher. Dort dort.

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Edit Cast Episode complete credited cast: Yvonne Catterfeld Viola Delbrück Götz Schubert Burkhard 'Butsch' Schulz Emma Drogunova Jenni Julius Nitschkoff Marek Palme Andreas Schmidt Georg Ebertin Jan Dose Ulli 'Jakob' Böhme Sebastian Nakajew Marvin Liebchen Johannes Zirner Björn Delbrück Robin Meisner Stipe Katrin Heller Isabel Fröbe Karina Plachetka One hell of a crazy story The 1st third of the book I felt something was wrong with this guy as he obviously knew more about the object of his sudden passions than he let on, besides the whole their meeting was very planned out.

The 2nd third of the book I liked the guy and felt this woman was being a bitch. The 3d part of the book was plain scary as the way she started going crazy was far too smooth to be natural.

The ending was satisfying, crisp and in itself extremely unsettling. A m Ouch! A memorable book. A possible reread. Read it only if you get it like a gift, otherwise, is not worth it, except to know all of Glattauers works.

I've read three books of Daniel Glattauer I can't believe what I just read! It did not made any sense at all I'm still in shock I kept telling myself that somehow this story was going to improve I'm so not going to give up on this author, he gave me a beautiful story with Emmi and Leo View all 5 comments.

Mar 04, Speranza rated it did not like it Shelves: personal-library. This book was a complete waste of time. The plot was shallow and the writing ridiculously bad.

It had a certain chick-lit feel to it, only without any trace of humour or wit. Reading it felt like watching a puppet show, a very bad one, where you can see all the arms and strings pulling the poor little ragdolls.

Oh well, if anything, this novel is a firm contender for the title 'Worst book of ' on my list.

I received a free copy of this book by the book's publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. It took me quite a while to initially get into reading this book and enjoying it.

However, the plot does have suspense and keeps you intrigued if you stick with it! The ending to the story as others have said, is unfortunately quite abrupt and a little disappointing.

For these reasons, I'm only giving the book three stars although it had much more potential and could easily have been given I received a free copy of this book by the book's publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

For these reasons, I'm only giving the book three stars although it had much more potential and could easily have been given a higher rating.

The story was quite compelling - Judith meets a man seemingly randomly and he treats her really well and shows a lot of interest in her - she likes the attention but doesnt really feel the attraction he feels to her.

This leads to all sorts of things but mostly a rather stalkish and intense relationship that was not good for either of them.

The first part of the book I really thought was terrific - even though I found the conversational style difficult to follow, whether that is a translation thing as in lost in translation NOT a problem with the actual translator who as always has done a brilliant job or whether it was just the way it was written I'm not sure but I had to re-read occasionally to make sure I understood the concept.

That aside though it was an engaging read - mostly because I was absolutely unsure of the intentions of the characters.

Then if I'm honest the whole thing stopped making sense to me. I lost a lot of the relationship I'd developed, especially with Judith, who became annoying.

I'm still not sure what I made of the ending either All in all I liked it, didnt LOVE it, but am intrigued enough to read another book from Daniel Glattauer because there is something there for sure, I'm just not sure what it is.

Happy Reading Folks! Not going to lie. This book gave me nightmares. Great psychological thriller.

View 1 comment. This review was originally posted on Between My Lines I was excited when I read the blurb on this book as it sounded electrifying.

But my expectations were just high and it never lived up to my initial hopes. It was just too slow for me personally. The comparison to Stephen King and Hitchcock set the bar way too high and it was too big of a jump for this book to take.

It does capture the lack of sparks between them and how Judith has just sort of given up on romance and is settling. However not all the dialogue is like this and it is being used to show us the lack of excitement between them.

They are nice, overly polite and beyond reserved. Not that he hid it too well. He was all but waving red stalker flags from their very first meeting and I think Judith even saw that but just turned a blind eye to it.

However on the positive side, it did increase the chill factor of the book. As the book progressed, it spiralled into dark, depressing places and you are left feeling isolated and helpless just like Judith.

Every direction she turns to for help becomes another dead end as Hannes effectively seals off all her support network. Even though I found the pace of the book slow, I was intrigued as to the direction the book took and was unsure the whole way through how it would end.

One thing that disappointed me was that there was no sense of place about the setting. I wanted to feel the Austrian location but really it was pretty generic and could be any city or town apart from the place names and character names.

I also appreciated that the author has a unique voice even if it didn't work for me. Who should read Forever Yours by Daniel Glattauer?

If you like slower paced books, that are dark and edgy then this might work better for you. Thanks to NetGalley and Quercus Books for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I adore this wry author. He sees through cliches and reflects truth instead.

He has healed parts of me not once but twice. Not at all. It is about a stalker who harrasses not one but two women.

His madness, his narcissitic personality disorder nearly but not quite tipping them over their own edge.

While reading this you feel their fear and their rage. And finally their peace. I needed to get used to the writing style but after that it's a really quick read.

I enjoyed the story but I'm not sure if I would say that it's a psycho thriller. What happens when your ex is stalking you but your friends and family don't believe you?

Judith meets Hannes in the supermarket, and after they keep bumping into each other she is persuaded to date him for a short time, flattered by the attention.

He seems like a nice man, gentle and adoring. However, she quickly finds out that he can be possessive, far too intense and incapable of backing off when she asks for space.

She breaks up with him as kindly as she can but Hannes refuses to accept this, What happens when your ex is stalking you but your friends and family don't believe you?

She breaks up with him as kindly as she can but Hannes refuses to accept this, leaves Judith roses everywhere, writes and phones constantly and seems suicidal.

Scared, Judith seeks support, but Hannes has convinced her family and friends that he is a wonderful person.

Her mother berates her for splitting up with him, her friends feel sorry for him, her brother sees him as a miraculous benefactor and everyone thinks she is over-reacting.

Is Judith just paranoid, or is Hannes actually stalking her? What are the sinister noises she hears at night? Is he just a heart broken man who took too long to accept defeat, or an incredibly calculating socio-path?

Who is sane and who is losing it? What is real, and what is imagined? This novel, translated from the original German, explores what happens when love goes bad and issues of sanity.

We are never quite sure if Judith is a reliable narrator, and sometimes even question her decision to leave Hannes.

I didn't find the book quite as menacing or sinister as it was supposed to be and the end seemed very rushed to me, but I enjoyed the experience of reading it, and did find it hard to put down.

It is quite short so I finished it in one sitting. I sometimes felt quite frustrated with Judith, who took a long time to "grow a backbone" and I also felt annoyed with her very superficial set of friends, but her apprentice Bianca was a great character and rescued the story somewhat from a cast of unlike-able personalities.

I felt that the dialogue was sometimes a bit unnatural; formal and stilted, but perhaps this was due to something being lost in translation?

Forever Yours is a bizarre little book. I had no idea where it was going. It was simply an emotional roller-coaster. I bought this book knowing nothing about the author because a it had a very pretty cover and b contrary to its cute packaging, it was described on the cover as having 'A dash of Stephen King, a twist of Hitchcock Like a cocktail laced with arsenic' - fascinating for a novel set in a lamp shop I have marked this as having spoilers as any discussion of the book necessitates g Forever Yours is a bizarre little book.

I have marked this as having spoilers as any discussion of the book necessitates giving a little away. What started out as a romance, turns rapidly into a suspense, mutates into a tragedy and then culminates in a rather satisfying crime-genre conclusion.

It can't really decide what sort of book it wants to be and that's what made it so delightfully unpredictable. Written in an unusually clear, punchy fashion I devoured it in almost one sitting unusual for a sluggish reader like me.

I just couldn't take the tension and the plot kept changing, driving me on. I haven't felt this much suspense since reading a personal favourite of mine Strangers on a Train by Patricia Highsmith.

Another comparison I would make is with the book Enduring Love. The theme of 'stalking', the 'unreliable narrator' device - the writing style is completely different though.

I would be very interested to read other books by Daniel Glattauer - clever, twisty and in parts downright terrifying. I received this book as part of a goodreads giveaway.

The book has been translated from German and, I'm hoping, this didn't help the way the story read. With an unusual method of characters talking, although not really a problem, and just no atmosphere throughout the book.

The book follows Judith, a single women who likes her single way of life, and her fall into mental health issues, or is it Hannes that puts her there?

I honestly couldn't get any feeling for Judith who seemed to go completely o I received this book as part of a goodreads giveaway. I honestly couldn't get any feeling for Judith who seemed to go completely overboard regarding, Hannes who wanted a loving relationship, although a smothering relationship.

I failed to see where she was coming from whilst she seemed to blame him for everything, to the extent that she was even harassing him!

The book lists itself as a Stephen King type suspense, although I found none anywhere in the book, every part of the book was hinted at several times before, for example Hannes Wife, this was the crux of the whole story and yet we were told about this right at the start.

The only really mystery is why the book suddenly stopped? With such an excellent blurb I was more than excited to get stuck into Forever Yours.

I was more than aware than this book has been translated from German, and with that in mind I started. After a very long and quite tedious start, the story finally took hold.

There was no character build up to the main characters at all, which made emotion, suspense, and familiarity rare.

He first turns up at her shop and later bumps into him on a nigh out later the next ewig dein he invites her click to see more coffee and article source meet up. Who is sane and who is losing it? Thanks to NetGalley and Quercus Books for check this out me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. Luisa Staffler Marko Dyrlich Jun 13, Marina rated it liked it. Use the HTML. However, she quickly finds out that he can be possessive, far this web page intense and incapable of backing off when she asks for space. Zwischendurch und jetzt erst recht: Schriftsteller. The book https://nordingrafestivalen.se/beste-filme-stream/12-monkeys-trailer.php been translated from German and, I'm hoping, this didn't help the way the story read.

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Aber nach und nach fühlt sie sich von der ständigen Zuwendung und den etlichen Liebesbeweisen erdrückt. Beachten und respektieren Sie jederzeit Urheberrecht und Privatsphäre. Aber nach und nach werden seine ständigen Liebesbeweise belastend, seine intensive Zuwendung erdrückend. Kinder entdeckt Basti auch keine. Es geht um eine umfangreiche Strafanzeige. Damit beginnt für Judith eine echte Leidenszeit mit Psychiatrieaufenthalten. Obwohl die Stimmung im Buch eher düster ist, war da ein Kribbeln, ein Kribbeln vor echter Anspannung. ewig dein

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Basti erfährt, dass Hannes mit marvel super heroes Tochter Bella verheiratet ist und seit zwölf Jahren hier wohnt. Worum geht es? Am Ende des Buchs wird aber kein Stein mehr auf dem anderen sein und auf englisch LeserInnen bleiben verstört zurück. Doch er hat sich auf den ersten Blick in sie verliebt. Buchhändlern zwecks Veröffentlichung und Bewerbung von Random House bzw. Mehr zum Buch: Die Beziehung von Joana und Valentin ist mulan streamcloud Tiefpunkt angelangt, und die Versuche, die der Paartherapeut anstellt, um die beiden Streithähne in den Griff zu kriegen, sind ganz und gar nicht erfolgreich. Melde dich bei LovelyBooks an, entdecke neuen Lesestoff und aufregende Buchaktionen. ewig dein Newsletter Facebook Twitter YouTube. Lillifee09 fertig! Nach Kurzem fühlt sich Judith cesare bocci von ihm und seinen Gefühlen eingeengt und versucht ihn auf Abstand zu halten. Kinder entdeckt Basti auch keine. Ewig dein, ewig mein, ewig uns? Erst als ich hörte, dass es sich bei "Ewig Dein" um einen Psychothriller handelt, habe ich es mir besorgt. Sorry, witcher 3 geralt above Geschichte handelt von Judith und Hannes. Ewig dein sie eines Tages im Supermarkt zufällig auf Hannes trifft, scheint zunächst alles perfekt. Daniel Glattauer im Interview zu "Ewig Dein". Zur Beruhigung und um schlafen zu können, nimmt sie Medikamente, so dass kinokiste die hГјhner bald in ihrer Wahrnehmung getrübt ist. Jeder Satz wirkt, als sei er schon x-fach in irgendwelchen Trivialromanen verwurstet worden. Just click for source ist sie nicht.

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