Fräulein Smillas Gespür für Schnee (SZ-Bibliothek, #47)
Publish date: February 5th 2004
Publisher: Süddeutsche Zeitung
Pages no: 503
Edition language: Deutsch
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No time at the moment for reviews - tho' time for reading! - and Miss Smilla is even better on the third reading than she was on the first and second - into Favourites!
This is a pretense: actually 150 pages were dividing me from the end, not 0 like the target "finished" would suggest. I hate doing it, I swear, I can bear nails on the blackboard, titanic non-sense, lethal lethargy or even coma just to finish a book completely. But recently the time has been tyrann...
One of my most favourite books of all time. Forget the crime-plot twist. The exploration of cultural displacement, belonging and connection make it an absolutely amazing study of life.
I read half of this book -- to the part where smilla goes aboard a ship -- but could not deal with reading it any longer.
Synopsis: When a small Inuit boy, Isaiah is found dead after having fallen off the roof of her apartment building, Smilla suspects his death was not an accident. The half Inuit Smilla had become very close to the boy and she becomes obsessed with finding the truth about his death. In a weird way ...
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