Rainbow Rowell Landline

ISBN 13: 9781250049544

Landline

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Praise for "Landline"

"Ms. Rowell is talented enough to be uncategorizable..."Landline "belongs to a genre of its own."--Janet Maslin for "The New York Times"

"While the topic might have changed, this is still Rowell--reading her work feels like listening to your hilariously insightful best friend tell her best stories."--"Library Journal," starred review on "Landline"

"Her characters are instantly lovable, and the story moves quickly...the ending manages to surprise and satisfy all at once. Fans will love Rowell's return to a story close to their hearts."--"Kirkus Reviews" on "Landline"

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"Rowell is, as always, a fluent and enjoyable writer--the pages whip by."--"Publishers Weekly" on "Landline"

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"Keen psychological insight, irrepressible humor and a supernatural twist: a woman can call her husband in the past." --"Time Magazine "on "Landline"

""

"The dialogue flows naturally; it's zippy, funny, and fresh. The flirtation between young Georgie and Neal is genuinely romantic." --"Boston Globe"

""

"After the blazing successes of "Eleanor & Park," "Fangirl" and "Attachments," it's become clear that Rowell is an absolute master of rendering emotionally authentic and absorbing stories...While the novel soars in its more poignant moments, Rowell injects the proper dose of humor to keep you laughing through your tears." --"RT Book Reviews "on "Landline
""To skip her work because of its rom-com sheen would be to miss out on the kind of swift, canny honesty of that passage, which is typical of the pleasures of "Landline" -- it's a book that's a joy from sentence to sentence, and on that intimate level there's absolutely nothing unoriginal or cliched in the way Rowell thinks. Her work is dense with moments of sharp observation...and humor." --"Chicago Tribune Printers Row"

""

"But a focus on the endings is the wrong one when you're reading a book of Rowell's. What matters most are the middles, which she packs with thoughtful dissections of how we live today, reflections upon the many ways in which we can love and connect as humans, and tacit reassurances of the validity of our feelings regardless of our particular experiences." --Slate.com""on "Landline"

""

""Landline" might not have any teenage protagonists, but it does have all the pleasures of Rowell's YA work -- immediate writing that's warm and energetic" --Time.com

"More gentle, more real than Douglas Coupland, more smooth and also more clever than Helen Fielding. Truly, slowly, sweetly gorgeous." --"The Globe & Mail"

Praise for Rainbow Rowell:

"An honest, heart-wrenching portrayal of imperfect but unforgettable love."--The Horn Book (winner of The Horn Book Award for fiction) on "Eleanor & Park"

"Touching and utterly real."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review) on "Fangirl "

"Rowell's writing swings from profane to profound, but it's always real and always raw."--Petra Mayer for NPR Books on "Eleanor & Park"


"Consider me a fangirl of this charming coming-of-age tale."--"Entertainment Weekly" on" Fangirl"


""Eleanor & Park" reminded me not just what it's like to be young and in love with a girl, but also what it's like to be young and in love with a book."--John Green, "The New York Times Book Review" on "Eleanor & Park"


"Fangirl is a deliciously warmhearted nerd-power ballad destined for greatness."--New "York Journal of Books" on "Fangirl"

"Absolutely captivating."--"Kirkus Reviews" (starred review) on "Fangirl"

"The pure, fear-laced, yet steadily maturing relationship Eleanor and Park develop is urgent and breathtaking and, of course, heartbreaking, too."--"Booklist" (starred review) on" Eleanor & Park"

"Funny, hopeful, foulmouthed, sexy, and tear-jerking, this winning romance will captivate teen and adult readers alike."--"Kirkus "(starred review) on "Eleanor & Park"



Praise for "Landline"

"The magic phone becomes Ms. Rowell's way to rewrite 'It's a Wonderful Life'...what that film accomplished with an angel named Clarence, Ms. Rowell accomplishes with a quaint old means of communication, and for her narrative purposes, it really does the trick."--"The New York Times"

"While the topic might have changed, this is still Rowell--reading her work feels like listening to your hilariously insightful best friend tell her best stories."--"Library Journal," starred review on "Landline"

"Her characters are instantly lovable, and the story moves quickly...the ending manages to surprise and satisfy all at once. Fans will love Rowell's return to a story close to their hearts."--"Kirkus Reviews" on "Landline"

""

"Rowell is, as always, a fluent and enjoyable writer--the pages whip by."--"Publishers Weekly" on "Landline"

""

"Keen psychological insight, irrepressible humor and a supernatural twist: a woman can call her husband in the past." --"Time Magazine "on "Landline"

""

"The dialogue flows naturally; it's zippy, funny, and fresh. The flirtation between young Georgie and Neal is genuinely romantic." --"Boston Globe"

""

"After the blazing successes of "Eleanor & Park," "Fangirl" and "Attachments," it's become clear that Rowell is an absolute master of rendering emotionally authentic and absorbing stories...While the novel soars in its more poignant moments, Rowell injects the proper dose of humor to keep you laughing through your tears." --"RT Book Reviews "on "Landline
""To skip her work because of its rom-com sheen would be to miss out on the kind of swift, canny honesty of that passage, which is typical of the pleasures of "Landline" -- it's a book that's a joy from sentence to sentence, and on that intimate level there's absolutely nothing unoriginal or cliched in the way Rowell thinks. Her work is dense with moments of sharp observation...and humor." --"Chicago Tribune Printers Row"

""

"But a focus on the endings is the wrong one when you're reading a book of Rowell's. What matters most are the middles, which she packs with thoughtful dissections of how we live today, reflections upon the many ways in which we can love and connect as humans, and tacit reassurances of the validity of our feelings regardless of our particular experiences." --Slate.com""on "Landline"

""

""Landline" might not have any teenage protagonists, but it does have all the pleasures of Rowell's YA work -- immediate writing that's warm and energetic" --Time.com

"More gentle, more real than Douglas Coupland, more smooth and also more clever than Helen Fielding. Truly, slowly, sweetly gorgeous." --"The Globe & Mail"

Praise for Rainbow Rowell:

"An honest, heart-wrenching portrayal of imperfect but unforgettable love."--The Horn Book (winner of The Horn Book Award for fiction) on "Eleanor & Park"

"Touching and utterly real."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review) on "Fangirl "

"Rowell's writing swings from profane to profound, but it's always real and always raw."--Petra Mayer for NPR Books on "Eleanor & Park"


"Consider me a fangirl of this charming coming-of-age tale."--"Entertainment Weekly" on" Fangirl"


""Eleanor & Park" reminded me not just what it's like to be young and in love with a girl, but also what it's like to be young and in love with a book."--John Green, "The New York Times Book Review" on "Eleanor & Park"


"Fangirl is a deliciously warmhearted nerd-power ballad destined for greatness."--New "York Journal of Books" on "Fangirl"

"Absolutely captivating."--"Kirkus Reviews" (starred review) on "Fangirl"

"The pure, fear-laced, yet steadily maturing relationship Eleanor and Park develop is urgent and breathtaking and, of course, heartbreaking, too."--"Booklist" (starred review) on" Eleanor & Park"

"Funny, hopeful, foulmouthed, sexy, and tear-jerking, this winning romance will captivate teen and adult readers alike."--"Kirkus "(starred review) on "Eleanor & Park"



"The magic phone becomes Ms. Rowell's way to rewrite 'It's a Wonderful Life'...what that film accomplished with an angel named Clarence, Ms. Rowell accomplishes with a quaint old means of communication, and for her narrative purposes, it really does the trick."--"The New York Times"

"While the topic might have changed, this is still Rowell--reading her work feels like listening to your hilariously insightful best friend tell her best stories."--"Library Journal," starred review on "Landline"

"Her characters are instantly lovable, and the story moves quickly...the ending manages to surprise and satisfy all at once. Fans will love Rowell's return to a story close to their hearts."--"Kirkus Reviews" on "Landline"

""

"Rowell is, as always, a fluent and enjoyable writer--the pages whip by."--"Publishers Weekly" on "Landline"

""

"Keen psychological insight, irrepressible humor and a supernatural twist: a woman can call her husband in the past." --"Time Magazine "on "Landline"

""

"The dialogue flows naturally; it's zippy, funny, and fresh. The flirtation between young Georgie and Neal is genuinely romantic." --"Boston Globe"

""

"After the blazing successes of "Eleanor & Park," "Fangirl" and "Attachments," it's become clear that Rowell is an absolute master of rendering emotionally authentic and absorbing stories...While the novel soars in its more poignant moments, Rowell injects the proper dose of humor to keep you laughing through your tears." --"RT Book Reviews "on "Landline
""To skip her work because of its rom-com sheen would be to miss out on the kind of swift, canny honesty of that passage, which is typical of the pleasures of "Landline" -- it's a book that's a joy from sentence to sentence, and on that intimate level there's absolutely nothing unoriginal or cliched in the way Rowell thinks. Her work is dense with moments of sharp observation...and humor." --"Chicago Tribune Printers Row"

""

"But a focus on the endings is the wrong one when you're reading a book of Rowell's. What matters most are the middles, which she packs with thoughtful dissections of how we live today, reflections upon the many ways in which we can love and connect as humans, and tacit reassurances of the validity of our feelings regardless of our particular experiences." --Slate.com""on "Landline"

""

""Landline" might not have any teenage protagonists, but it does have all the pleasures of Rowell's YA work -- immediate writing that's warm and energetic" --Time.com

"More gentle, more real than Douglas Coupland, more smooth and also more clever than Helen Fielding. Truly, slowly, sweetly gorgeous." --"The Globe & Mail"



The magic phone becomes Ms. Rowell's way to rewrite It's a Wonderful Life' what that film accomplished with an angel named Clarence, Ms. Rowell accomplishes with a quaint old means of communication, and for her narrative purposes, it really does the trick. "The New York Times"

While the topic might have changed, this is still Rowell--reading her work feels like listening to your hilariously insightful best friend tell her best stories. "Library Journal, starred review on Landline"

Her characters are instantly lovable, and the story moves quickly the ending manages to surprise and satisfy all at once. Fans will love Rowell's return to a story close to their hearts. "Kirkus Reviews on Landline"

Rowell is, as always, a fluent and enjoyable writer--the pages whip by. "Publishers Weekly on Landline"

Keen psychological insight, irrepressible humor and a supernatural twist: a woman can call her husband in the past. "Time Magazine on Landline"

The dialogue flows naturally; it's zippy, funny, and fresh. The flirtation between young Georgie and Neal is genuinely romantic. "Boston Globe"

After the blazing successes of "Eleanor & Park," "Fangirl" and "Attachments," it's become clear that Rowell is an absolute master of rendering emotionally authentic and absorbing stories...While the novel soars in its more poignant moments, Rowell injects the proper dose of humor to keep you laughing through your tears. "RT Book Reviews on Landline"

To skip her work because of its rom-com sheen would be to miss out on the kind of swift, canny honesty of that passage, which is typical of the pleasures of "Landline" -- it's a book that's a joy from sentence to sentence, and on that intimate level there's absolutely nothing unoriginal or cliched in the way Rowell thinks. Her work is dense with moments of sharp observation and humor. "Chicago Tribune Printers Row"

But a focus on the endings is the wrong one when you're reading a book of Rowell's. What matters most are the middles, which she packs with thoughtful dissections of how we live today, reflections upon the many ways in which we can love and connect as humans, and tacit reassurances of the validity of our feelings regardless of our particular experiences. "Slate.com on Landline"

"Landline" might not have any teenage protagonists, but it does have all the pleasures of Rowell's YA work -- immediate writing that's warm and energetic "Time.com"

More gentle, more real than Douglas Coupland, more smooth ...

Vom Verlag:

#1 New York Times bestselling author! A New York Times Best Seller! Goodreads Choice Award Winner for Best Fiction of 2014! An Indie Next Pick!


IF YOU GOT A SECOND CHANCE AT LOVE,
WOULD YOU MAKE THE SAME CALL?

As far as time machines go, a magic telephone is pretty useless.

TV writer Georgie McCool can't actually visit the past -- all she can do is call it, and hope it picks up.

And hope he picks up.

Because once Georgie realizes she has a magic phone that calls into the past, all she wants to do is make things right with her husband, Neal.

Maybe she can fix the things in their past that seem unfixable in the present. Maybe this stupid phone is giving her a chance to start over ...

Does Georgie want to start over?

From Rainbow Rowell, the New York Times bestselling author of Eleanor & Park and Fangirl, comes this heart-wrenching - and hilarious - take on fate, time, television and true love.

Landline asks if two people are ever truly on the same path, or whether love just means finding someone who will keep meeting you halfway, no matter where you end up.

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Verlag: Macmillan USA Mai 2015 (2015)
ISBN 10: 1250049547 ISBN 13: 9781250049544
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Buchbeschreibung Macmillan USA Mai 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 210x139x25 mm. Neuware - From the bestselling author of Eleanor & Park and Fangirl, comes a moving and hilarous tale of a marriage on the brink, and one woman's chance to either save it or make sure it never happens. 298 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781250049544

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