New Read [ Veronika décide de mourir] By [ Paulo Coelho ]For Kindle ePUB or eBook – grisedalelodge.co.uk

Veronika décide de mourir Une apr s midi d hiver, sa fen tre, une jeune femme observe la ville Pour la premi re fois, son regard est serein Veronika vient d avaler quatre bo tes de somnif res Elle ne veut plus subir l insupportable monotonie des jours et l angoisse des nuits l h pital psychiatrique o elle se r veille, elle apprend que sa mort n est retard e que d une semaine Durant ce sursis, elle fait la connaissance de Zedka, la r veuse philosophe, de la douce Maria et de son syndrome de panique, et surtout d Eduard, le schizophr ne m lomane, qui coute la jeune femme des nuits enti res lorsqu elle joue au piano Peu peu s l ve en Veronika le d sir nouveau de se livrer, un homme, la ville, la vie Paulo Coelho poursuit son p lerinage aupr s des lecteurs, leur apprenant suivre leur l gende personnelle, comme le pr conisent les quatre ouvrages qui ont tabli sa r putation de sage des temps modernes L Alchimiste, Sur le bord de la rivi re Piedra, Le P lerin de Compostelle et le Manuel du guerrier de la lumi reLaure Anciel Best Read Veronika décide de mourir [ by ] Paulo Coelho [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. Pretty, single, 24 year old Veronika decides to die for two reasons, both of them phony one, because she realizes she will one day be old and two, because a lot of things are wrong in this world She then takes a lot of sleeping pills While waiting to die, as if she s waiting for her cat to finish drinking its milk, Veronika decides to read a magazine and then write to the editor of that magazine Which made the scene cartoonish.This rare combination of phoniness and cartoo...

  2. Fantastic read Awesome I could not put the book down Veronika Decides to Die just read the title again.decides to die How many times have you said to yourself, at least I have, Ahh I don t care, I don t really want to live any , without even thinking about the meaning of it.So Veronika said the same thing and decided to do something about it Why Nothing bad had happened to Veronika, she was beautiful, had a regular life very ordinary though but normalShe decided that it was not Fantastic read Awesome I could not put the book down Veronika Decides to Die just read the title again.decides to die How many times have you said to yourself, at least I have, Ahh I don t care, I don t really want to live any , without even thinking about the meaning of it.So Veronika said the same thing and decided to do something about it Why Nothing bad had happened to Veronika, she was beautiful, had a regular life very ordinary thou...

  3. Veronika is a 24 year old Slovenian woman who one day decides to kill herself, apparently because 1 everything in her life was the same and, once her youth was gone, it would be downhill all the way and 2 everything is wrong with the world and she feels powerless to make things right After she takes an overdose of sleeping pills, Veronika wakes up in a mental asylum and the remainder of the book is, basically, a series of interactions between Veronika and a number of the inhabitants of th Veronika is a 24 year old Slovenian woman who one day decides to kill herself, apparently because 1 everything in her life was the same and, once he...

  4. this shitty, whiny book in a nutshell, which is all it deserves a simple, trite, self indulgent allegory that poorly contemplates the similarities between genius and insanityi think this is the worst passage i ve read so far Vitriol was a toxic substance whose symptoms he had identified in his conversations with the men and women he had met Now he was writing a thesis on the subject, which he would submit to the Slovenian Academy of Sciences for its scrutiny It was the most important step in this shitty, whiny book in a nutshell, which is all it deserves a simple, trite, self indulgent allegory that poorly contemplates the similarities between genius and insanityi think this is the worst passage i ve read so far Vitriol was a toxic substance whose symptoms he had identified in his conversations with the men and women he had met Now he was writing a thesis on the subject, which he would submit to the Slovenian Academy of Sciences for its scrutiny It was the most important step in the field of insanity since Dr Pinel had ordered that patients should be unshackled, astonishing the medical world with the idea that some of them might even be cured.As with the libido the chemical reaction responsible for sexual desire, which Dr Freud had identified, but which no laboratory had ever managed to isolate Vitriol was released by the huma...

  5. At about 50 pages in, it s a little frightening how much I ve identified with Veronika thus far, how much I understand her rationale for wanting to die She can only see one path unfolding for herself, and it s one she can t stomach I get that But unlike Veronika I haven t given up hope that my path may yet fork off in unexpected and exciting directions.I also read and think there must be a certain kind of comfort in going truly insane Not this garden variety neurosis I experience, but really At about 50 pages in, it s a little frightening how much I ve identified with Veronika thus far, how much I understand her rationale for wanting to die She can only see one path unfolding for herself, and it s one she can t stomach I get that But unlike Veronika I haven t given up hope that my path may yet fork off in unexpected and exciting directions.I also read and think there mus...

  6. 2 bemused yes bemused stars Veronika has a mild personality disorder and attempts a serious suicide attempt She is placed in a private psych hospital in the capital of Slovenia She is beautiful and artistic and hypersexual and special I suspect that this is the way Mr Coelho views himself as well Through pretentious and contrived conv...

  7. For people who are concerned only superficially with the subject complex, the book is perhaps quite suitable.I found it very terrible and failed, especially in face of the fact that the approach could have a lot of potential, but this novel was anything but useful.

  8. The best way to describe this book is it makes no sense whatsoever Of course, you may say Well, Xandra, Paulo Coelho is a profound man, a philosopher Not everyone gets him Yeah, ok I can t possibly argue with that NowVeronika is a young Slovenian woman who decides to kill herself because her youth is almost gone and the world is a fucked up place What Yes, she is Slovenian What do you mean why I don t know why I guess it sexotic this way Shut up Ugh, I m talking to myself The best way to describe this book is it makes no sense whatsoever Of course, you may say Well, Xandra, Paulo Coelho is a profound man, a philosopher Not everyone gets him Yeah, ok I can t possibly argue with that NowVeronika is a young Slovenian woman who decides to kill herself because her youth is almost gone and the world is a fucked up place What Yes, she is Slovenian What do you mean why I don t know why I guess it sexotic this way Shut up Ugh, I m talking to myself again Paulo Coelho is driving me nuts So, yeah, she overdoses on sleeping pills, but being the lame loser that she is, she doesn t end up six feet underground, but in a mental institution where she is told she only has one week to live I actually laughed out loud at that Who wouldn t You then follow her interactions with a bunch of uninteresting characters, a schizophrenic guy named Eduard being one of them Actually, no I m not fair Ed...

  9. This was really the worst book I ve ever read I don t know if it s a problem in the translation or not, but as much as I WANTED to like this book I just couldn t make myself I got about 60 pages away from the end before I realized that I didn t care about any of the characters and just wanted Veronika to die and get it over with.I think the worst part for me is that the author chose to write the second chapter about himself Generally speaking, I think it s admirable that he wanted to protect This was really the worst book I ve ever read I don t know if it s a problem in the translation or not, but as much as I WANTED to like this book I just couldn t make myself I got about 60 pages away from the end before I realized that I didn t care about any of the characters and just wanted Veronika to die and get it over with.I think the worst part for me is that the author chose to write the second chapter about himself Generally speaking,...

  10. The thought of suicide is a great consolation by means of it one gets successfully through many a bad night.Nietzsche I need a sign, that things are gonna change I need a reason to go on I need some hope And in the absence of hope, I need to stay in bed and feel like I might die today.Meredith Grey, Grey s Anatomy An awareness of death encourages us to liveintensely But humans are all alike, she thought We have replaced nearly all of our emotions with fear This book allows the The thought of suicide is a great consolation by ...