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 Nothing ~ Janne Teller

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PostNothing ~ Janne Teller

And although we'd sworn we'd never become like them, that was exactly what was happening.
We weren't even fifteen yet.
Thirteen, fourteen, adult. Dead.

Nothing - A book to make you think.
At the start of the book Pierre Anthon decides that there is no meaning to life and spends all his time shouting from a plum tree.
In a bid to prove to him that life on Earth does have meaning the rest of the class set out on a quest.

Like I said before, 'Nothing' makes you think. It makes you sit and wonder whether what Pierre Anthon is saying is true, whether life does have meaning or whether everything we do just leads to nothing.
Overall, a good book and definately one I recommend. However it is the only book to make me cringe in disgust. What some of the children give up to prove meaning is...different.

Thumbs up to Janne Teller for this moving book.

~Rose <3


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Re: Nothing ~ Janne Teller
Post on Thu Apr 08, 2010 5:18 pm by Namine
Diffrent is one word for it O.O
Great review.
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Re: Nothing ~ Janne Teller
Post on Fri Apr 09, 2010 11:13 am by Rosalie
Yeah, I didn't want to give to much away >.<
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