It Ends With Us

It Ends With Us

The emotional #1 Sunday Times bestseller

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Verkaufsrang

581

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

02.08.2016

Verlag

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

Seitenzahl

376

Beschreibung

Details

Verkaufsrang

581

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

02.08.2016

Verlag

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

Seitenzahl

376

Maße (L/B/H)

19.6/12.9/2.8 cm

Gewicht

261 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-4711-5626-7

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Bewertung aus Nauen am 09.04.2024

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Pure Romantisierung häuslicher Gewalt. Autorin ebenso mehr als fragwürdig mit dem Plan, ein Ausmalbuch zu solch ein Buch mit solch einem Thema veröffentlichen zu wollen... Unterstützt diese Autorin nicht weiter.

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Bewertung aus Nauen am 09.04.2024
Bewertungsnummer: 2173987
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

Pure Romantisierung häuslicher Gewalt. Autorin ebenso mehr als fragwürdig mit dem Plan, ein Ausmalbuch zu solch ein Buch mit solch einem Thema veröffentlichen zu wollen... Unterstützt diese Autorin nicht weiter.

wirklich einfach nein

Bewertung am 28.03.2024

Bewertungsnummer: 2164798

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

Das Buch ist ehrlich nur was für Menschen die nie ne wattpad phase hatten. Weil der schreib Stil gibt 2015 wattpad y/n Story. Charaktere grauenhaft geschrieben. Ich finds schlimm das dass Buch ne Film adaptation bekommt.

wirklich einfach nein

Bewertung am 28.03.2024
Bewertungsnummer: 2164798
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

Das Buch ist ehrlich nur was für Menschen die nie ne wattpad phase hatten. Weil der schreib Stil gibt 2015 wattpad y/n Story. Charaktere grauenhaft geschrieben. Ich finds schlimm das dass Buch ne Film adaptation bekommt.

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It Ends With Us

von Colleen Hoover

4.0

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5/5

Bestseller or just overhyped?

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Before I’ve read this book, I was kinda scared. That it wouldn’t life up to its hype. That it’s a bad portrayal of abusive relationships. That it wouldn’t take the trauma, which abusive relationships brings with it, quite seriously enough. But boyyyy, was I wrong. “It ends with us” is a story about two young people, Atlas and Lily. They both grew up in abusive families, though they are quite different. Atlas’ family is poor, and his mom is all by herself, with a few occasional “guests”. On the contrary, Lily’s family is middle class, her dad has a good job, her mom is around, and Lily can go to school. They meet, when Altlas is kicked out of his house and is homeless. They fall in love, it doesn’t end well, they loose touch. Years later, Lily is married and a florist, Atlas successfully runs two restaurants. That’s where they meet again. Lily gets abused by her new husband and Atlas tries to help her. Anyways, I won’t tell you more because I might spoiler you and who wants that? Even though I came late to the trend and most of you have already read it. Me, bawling my eyes out, alone, in a café in the middle of Amsterdam. Yes, this is how this book has left me. Quite destroyed. And I have so many thoughts, I won’t even be able to communicate all of them to you. To answer my own question, I don’t really think it’s overhyped. It might not be the biggest literary success to have ever been created, but what makes this book so good is the story and the way it makes you feel about the characters. Because after the first one, I was not able to hate Ryle, even though I really wanted to. It really gives you something to think about. Even though I’m currently not able to understand, and I hope it will stay that way, I see all the reasons victims of abuse would stay with their abusers. And I think this book showed us all the different aspects and views. For my part, I really think this was the reason Colleen Hoover wrote this book. Not to make us feel love or whatever, like her other books, but to make us understand. And I loved the fact that Colleen’s Mom has lived to something similar, because that makes the story more realistic and fact-based. More of a biography than a love-story.
5/5

Bestseller or just overhyped?

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

Before I’ve read this book, I was kinda scared. That it wouldn’t life up to its hype. That it’s a bad portrayal of abusive relationships. That it wouldn’t take the trauma, which abusive relationships brings with it, quite seriously enough. But boyyyy, was I wrong. “It ends with us” is a story about two young people, Atlas and Lily. They both grew up in abusive families, though they are quite different. Atlas’ family is poor, and his mom is all by herself, with a few occasional “guests”. On the contrary, Lily’s family is middle class, her dad has a good job, her mom is around, and Lily can go to school. They meet, when Altlas is kicked out of his house and is homeless. They fall in love, it doesn’t end well, they loose touch. Years later, Lily is married and a florist, Atlas successfully runs two restaurants. That’s where they meet again. Lily gets abused by her new husband and Atlas tries to help her. Anyways, I won’t tell you more because I might spoiler you and who wants that? Even though I came late to the trend and most of you have already read it. Me, bawling my eyes out, alone, in a café in the middle of Amsterdam. Yes, this is how this book has left me. Quite destroyed. And I have so many thoughts, I won’t even be able to communicate all of them to you. To answer my own question, I don’t really think it’s overhyped. It might not be the biggest literary success to have ever been created, but what makes this book so good is the story and the way it makes you feel about the characters. Because after the first one, I was not able to hate Ryle, even though I really wanted to. It really gives you something to think about. Even though I’m currently not able to understand, and I hope it will stay that way, I see all the reasons victims of abuse would stay with their abusers. And I think this book showed us all the different aspects and views. For my part, I really think this was the reason Colleen Hoover wrote this book. Not to make us feel love or whatever, like her other books, but to make us understand. And I loved the fact that Colleen’s Mom has lived to something similar, because that makes the story more realistic and fact-based. More of a biography than a love-story.

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3/5

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A rather heavy love story about a girl who is torn between two men, one from her past and one who might be her future. Trigger Warning for physical abuse in a romatic relationship.
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A rather heavy love story about a girl who is torn between two men, one from her past and one who might be her future. Trigger Warning for physical abuse in a romatic relationship.

Anja Gerspacher
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