E and deathSome parts were not as magical as the first time reading them but the last third was A MA ZING I took my time and read a lot of parts twice uick but intense read45 rounded down This book helped me be calm and still in a very difficult time in my life I borrowed it from a friend Shehneela when I chanced upon it in her hostel room I did not have any great reasons to pick this book up when she offered me to select something from her bookshelf but now I am glad I picked this one upI cannot explain in simple words how this book has helped untie a knot in my heart and mind but it has and for that reason I wanted to do away with Shehneela s copy altogether I was unsuccessful But the great thing about this book was that it helped me let go And I didA year later I spotted a copy in the bookshop Staples beside my new office Ovex Tech I did not have the money to buy it at that time so each day I went to the shop in my lunch break to check if the copy was still there As soon as I got my first pay cheue cashed I went in and bought the bookIt was a small victory but a great feeling at the same time "I do not know why anyone would be so attached to a slim book by a not so well known "do not know why anyone would be so attached to a slim book by a not so well known but I suppose the circumstances hold the secretAll I can say about this book is that it is straightforward well written and Gaarder does not repeat himself in this tale as he has most commonly done in many of his other books The narrative is crisp with uick realistic transitions in the tale a resolution and well it s ust a good story well told Something I won a resolution and well it s ust a good story well told Something I won mind reading again and again My father died eleven years ago I was only four then I never thought I d hear from him again but now we re writing a book together Sometimes there s a disarming beauty in simplicity Sometimes describing ordinary feelings and doubts is enough for writing extraordinary books This is the case I m so happy that this is my first Gaarder s book I love how he evokes emotions in the reader s mind without even trying to ma. ? para él al saber ue iba a morir En ella le cuenta el gran amor ue sintió por la misteriosa Joven de las Naranjas para finalmente formularle una importante pregunta a la ue Georg debe responder Antes de contestar Georg habrá escrito un libro con su padre un libro ue va más allá del tiempo y de los límites de la muert. ,
I loved the book A short and simple yet very touching and deep making me both smile and shed tears Enjoyed reading the book And
NOW I M THINKING WOULD I I m thinking would i to have a life on earth if i actually had a choice But the dream of something unlikely has its own special name We call it hope Jostein Gaarder The *Orange GirlThe Orange Girl Was My Introduction To Jostein Gaarder *GirlThe Orange Girl was my introduction to Jostein Gaarder to my friend ST for suggesting Gaarder to me The Orange Girl was the perfect book to read after finishing Ulysses Gaarder is a true romantic and The Orange Girl is as fine a feel good book as there is While reading The Orange Girl you will experience a wide range of emotions you will laugh cry be frustrated and think WTF Jan Olav This beautiful story will definitely affect you in ways you don t uite expectThe Orange Girl is short and handsomely written At a slim 151 pages Gaarder will take you on a ourney thru love death family and uantum mechanics while making you uestion everything you thought you believed in but in wonderful heartfelt ways At the heart of all this is a uestion our hero Georg must answer for his father It maybe the most important uestion Georg is ever asked While on this The Game of Love journey of self discovery with his father Georg learns about his parents courtship his roots synchronicty and the power of love in all her forms It is an eye openingourney that should make all of Gaarder s readers uestion who they are where they come from and most importantly to ask thoughtful probing uestions about what they perceive as their reality My only real gripe with The Orange Girl is its poor English translation There were times the translation left me scratching my head wondering why wasn t this "proofed better Ultimately I loved The Orange Girl It is wonderfully written "better Ultimately I loved The Orange Girl It is wonderfully written well worth you time Lately I had been having trouble dealing with existentialism I even nagged to a dear friend that why don t we get a choice in thatwhy can t we choose to exist or not toliving in this dark world hurts and I can t take. «Mi padre murió hace once años cuando yo sólo tenía cuatro Creí ue no volvería a saber nada de él pero ahora estamos escribiendo un libro Solo: A Star Wars Story: Expanded Edition juntos» Así comienza Laoven de las naranjas ue hace reflexionar al lector sobre la intensidad de la Vida pero también sobre la muerte Una historia ue nos habla del Tiempo y It any and then the universe decided to mock me and put this amazingly written book in my hand What is this great fairytale we live in and which each of us is only permitted to experience for such a short time This is what I ll remember from this book A simple love story with a complicated uestion A dad left his son a letter from beyond the grave telling him the fairytale of how he met his momIt was sometimes frustrating to continue reading but in the end it was worth it971114 In choosing to live you also choose to die Shall we never start because we fear the finalSince every beginning encloses an ending obviously what really counts is what we do in betweenDenying ourselves the experience will be like arresting our own developmentSo Simple So True However there are things your survival instinct will probably advise you Appelsinpiken The Orange Girl Jostein GaarderThe Orange Girl is a Norwegian movie released in February 2009 It is based on a book by author Jostein Gaarder a book translated to 43 languages Georg R ed s father Jan Olav died when he was four years old Eleven years later Georg s grandmother finds letters addressed to Georg from Jan Olav written before his death along with a story titled The Orange GirlAs Georg soon discovers The Orange Girl is with a story titled The Orange GirlAs Georg soon discovers The Orange Girl is simply a story but a riddle from the past that centers around an incident from his father s youth In the story it is revealed that Jan Olav had once boarded a tram and had taken notice of a beautiful girl who had been clutching a bag of oranges When tram abruptly olted the girl s oranges were dispersed Jan Olav attempted to collect the oranges but found that the girl had already disembarked from the "tram The story is a reuest for his son to solve the mystery of the orange girl "The story is a reuest for his son to solve the mystery of
"the orange girl "orange girl 2008 1385 144 9648573581 20 1385 1388 188 9789648944136 10061399 Second time reading this sweet book It s funny how back in 2012 I was touched by the romance aspect of the story Today I m shaken by the philosophical reflections about lif. Obre ué somos realmente ué misterio compartimos con el universo ¿Elegiríamos nacer y conocer la vida en toda su intensidad sabiendo ue uizá sea para permanecer sólo un instante en ella ¿O rechazaríamos la oferta Georg un oven de 15 años apasionado por la astronomía encuentra una antigua carta ue su padre escribi?.