!!> Reading ➺ One Day ➲ Author David Nicholls – 9tvuk.us

One DayDexter Mayhew E Emma Morley Se Conheceram Em 1988 Ambos Sabem Que No Dia Seguinte, Ap S A Formatura Na Universidade, Dever O Trilhar Caminhos Diferentes Mas, Depois De Apenas Um Dia Juntos, N O Conseguem Parar De Pensar Um No Outro Os Anos Se Passam E Dex E Em Levam Vidas Isoladas Vidas Muito Diferentes Daquelas Que Eles Sonhavam Ter Por M, Incapazes De Esquecer O Sentimento Muito Especial Que Os Arrebatou Naquela Primeira Noite, Surge Uma Extraordin Ria Rela O Entre Os Dois Ao Longo Dos Vinte Anos Seguintes, Flashes Do Relacionamento Deles S O Narrados, Um Por Ano, Todos No Mesmo Dia 15 De Julho Dexter E Emma Enfrentam Disputas E Brigas, Esperan As E Oportunidades Perdidas, Risos E L Grimas E, Conforme O Verdadeiro Significado Desse Dia Crucial Desvendado, Eles Precisam Acertar Contas Com A Ess Ncia Do Amor E Da Pr Pria Vida.

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!!> Reading ➺ One Day ➲ Author David Nicholls – 9tvuk.us
  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • One Day
  • David Nicholls
  • Portuguese
  • 27 May 2017
  • 9788580570458

10 thoughts on “One Day

  1. says:

    Rarely am I left speechless, I usually have plenty to say, but as I reflected on this novel, I realized there would be no surefire way to describe this book It is a complete conundrum Readers will either love or hate this book, I don t think it there is much of a middle road with this one It will speak to those with similar personal experiences I enjoyed the format It gives the reader snapshots of Dex and Em s life, like flipping through a stack of polaroids, just a flash of what was going on at a particular time Picking the same day established a sequence and highlighted that life and circumstances can change so quickly at times, or not change at all as was in Em s case when two days start exactly the same I think this was an intelligent way to approach a story that spans 20 years We don t really need a full depiction of every single event in their lives to have a sense of what they are going through Characterization was excellent Dex and Em quickly became real in my mind, as if I was peeking into the lives of a couple of friends, or reading their journal pages I too quickly began to know ...

  2. says:

    THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS I just copied this from my blogand, didn t realize until it was pointed out to me below that I didn t copy the whole thing sorry Please be warned this blog post contains SPOILERS for the following books One Day, Message in a Bottle, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, The Lord of the Rings, The Way We Were, A Walk to Remember, Atonement, Bridges of Madison County, The Time Travelers Wife, The English PatientThis is the first book that is so beautiful that I want to quote it and keep it with me, and, yet I hate itI mean seriously hate it I am sorry I read it, if I hadn t bought it on the Nook I d burn it I don t want to read any books by this author just incase he tricks me again I want toI am cryingshame on David Nicholls insert cuss words here And, no I WILL NOT be watching the movieseriously Yes, I hated the ending that much, not since Atonement have I felt this emotionally cheated.Emma Morley dies and no, I, in no way, saw that coming Why didn t I see that coming because this book One Day by David Nicholls a name that will be se...

  3. says:

    Frankly, after reading a spoiler about the ending, I simply have no will to continue on, there is just no pay off after enduring this depressing tale sprinkled with occasional one liners Granted, I am never opposed to taking a good dose of drama, but melodrama I detest.This story is about a man and a woman who one day come together as lovers, then break up, but stay connected Their relationship is followed through the next 20 years by presenting just one day July 15th out of their lives This is indeed a great premise and technique , but I wish they were used on different characters and situations Both Dexter and Emma are not likable enough for me to care to see how their relationship unfolds I dislike watching Dexter waste his life on partying and hooking up and Emma on pining over him for years There is nothing remotely romantic, deep, or compelling about it IMO.I agree with one of the reviewers here who said that the author didn t quite know his target audience ...

  4. says:

    Is love really all that difficult Yes, yes it is David Nicholls crafts a beautiful love story about two people who are so different that they really only have one thing in common they are both mad for each other The frustrating thing is though, that however much these two people love each other, they maintain a friends only status throughout most of the book What starts out as a possible love affair after just graduating college, Emma and Dexter s chemistry and attraction falls through the cracks as the years pass Distance, missed opportunities, and even a letter that never gets sent, are all obstacles that ultimately determine their romantic fate and and life that they may have led together when they were young Each character experiences struggles, dysfunctional relationships, setbacks, and successes and eventually it is clear that life is passing them by because their true soul mate is not truly in their life One Day offers laughs, tears, and insight and encourages to not limit...

  5. says:

    I think reality is overrated This is a novel that takes you on a roller coaster of emotions It begins light, humorous, warm and aloof, just like most of us are once we graduate, all our efforts and studies paying off, looking into the future full of ideals, hopes and dreams Then we face adult life and responsibilities, disappointment, and all the disillusionment that eventually knocks our doors.

    At the heart of the story are Emma and Dexter, two young people who start out long time friends and one night lovers and go on becoming so much over the course of 20 years David Nicholls chooses to have each chapter dedicated to a single specific date, the 15th of July, a chapter for every year On this day, Emma and Dexter sometimes come together, sometimes they don t.

    Emma is an extremely interesting character Idealist, compassionate, cautious, caring She is no saint, of course, but she is the only presence in the book who knows what she wants and succeeds in overcoming the hurdles Dexter is not a likeable character and this is precisely as it should be He is not meant to be well liked, in my opinion His cockiness is actually a facade most of the times and Emma is the only person who helps him bring out his better self It is not an easy task and certainly not always successful What is very interesting and telling is the fact that these...

  6. says:

    Every moment with this book felt like a waste of my time I ve seen it all before the ugly duckling pining after the rich asshole who could be transformed into a better man if he only realized that the right woman was right there in front of him This plot is so well trod that I feel like there are hundreds of better examples of it that I ...

  7. says:

    DELL ALTEZZA, MA SOPRATTUTTO DELLA BASSEZZA Non sono un fan di Hornby.Neppure di Coe, ma per lui ho pi interesse.Per , non abbastanza interesse da arrivare in fondo a questo libro nonostante la sua raccomandazione.Mi avevano detto che le prime 70 100 pagine non erano all altezza delle seguenti ma nessuno mi aveva avvertito della bassezza sono arrivato a 124, un quarto del libro, e direi che basta, non necessario bere tutta la botte per sapere se il vino buono.So gi dove vuole andare a parare Nicholls vuole farmi piangere a tutti i costi la sua vendetta per Love Story che mi lasci impassibile.Nicholls uno sceneggiatore, di TV e cinema la sua professione principale determina la sua scrittura, secondo me, in modo vistoso e insopportabile tutto un dare indicazioni indicazioni per il futuro regista ch tanto tutti i suoi libri finiscono sullo schermo, evidente l intento qui per esempio, c Anne Smorfietta Hathaway all opera nella parte di Emma , indicazioni per gli attori, per il casting E anche indicazioni per il lettore, che invece, nel mio caso, vorrebbe essere libero di interpretare a sua scelta ma non pu , perch tutto smaccato e sottolineato Il mestiere col quale Nicholls si guadagna da vivere viene fuori anche nella mediocrit della scrittura.Vogliamo poi parlare della sciattezza della traduzione e dell edizione Peccato, perch uno dei due traduttori Marco Rossari, di cui ho letto un paio di libri interessanti e divertenti Passerotta e passerotto in One Day Un giorno di Lone Sch...

  8. says:

    Let s talk about death Not death which is inevitably part of life, but death in fiction, where it is not inevitable at all Death in fiction is a deliberate, well thought out decision the writer is God, and he or she is choosing, for whatever reason, to Strike This Character Down.There are good fictional deaths, and ones which feel cheap This book lost me for good because it contains a death that felt exactly like the hand of God reaching down Oh, thought the writer god, I don t really know how to end this but I know that an element of tragedy will make this novel seem super deep Die, character, die This did not seem like a senseless death of that type that in real life is imbued with honest tragedy It felt like an author scrambling for a final act, and not being brave enough to let his characters simply face the rest of their lives together To die might be a very great adventure, as Peter Pan says, but Peter Pan is an eternal child Isn t this book supposed to be about growing up Isn t the greatest adventure simply living But let s stay with youthful mistakes for a minute You see,...

  9. says:

    Why do these two like each other, exactly

  10. says:

    Opening Line I suppose the important thing is to make some sort of difference So I m going to try to write a somewhat sensible review here that doesn t come across as all gushy fan girl I will say hopefully only once that I adored this book but you should know that I m a bit of a sucker for a tragedy too ONE DAY was brilliant in every way making me laugh and cry while filling me with nostalgia and longing And because I m the same age as Dexter and Emma the time frame here was also totally relatable see nostalgia with little details I had forgotten about from the past two decades.Equal parts heartbreaking and hilarious yet also suspenseful as each chapter takes place a year to the day after the last one so you have to figure out what s happened in that time between And of course you want the H h to get together so you re waiting with bated breathe for them to finally see each other too In the end this also made me want to seize the day like it s my last, phone up all my long lost friends and lovers and look at old photographs Hmmm and I haven t even gotten into the genius of the writing yet how do you put that into words I knew that writing a review here was going to be difficult when you lov...

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