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Folk med ångest par Fredrik Backman
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Folk med ångest (édition 2019)

par Fredrik Backman

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För varje sålt exemplar av denna pocketutgåva skänker familjen Backman och Bonnierförlagen 1 kr var till den ideella organisationen Mind som jobbar med att ge människor kraft att leva. "En man som heter Ove"-författaren Fredrik Backman är tillbaka med sin sannolikt bråkigaste roman hittills. "Folk med ångest" är en orimligt stökig komedi om ett gisslandrama på en lägenhetsvisning, där en misslyckad bankrånare låser in sig med en överentusiastisk fastighetsmäklare, två bittra Ikea-missbrukare, en elak mångmiljonär, en sorgsen tant, en höggravid kvinna, en jobbig jävel och ett kaninhuvud. Till slut ger rånaren upp och släpper alla i gisslan, men när polisen stormar lägenheten är den...tom. I en serie dysfunktionella vittnesförhör efteråt får vi höra allas version av vad som egentligen hände, varpå ett klassiskt pusselmysterium utvecklar sig kring frågorna: Hur lyckades rånaren fly? Varför är alla så arga? Och vad är det egentligen för FEL på folk nuförtiden? FREDRIK BACKMAN (född 1981) har sedan debuten 2012 blivit ett internationellt fenomen. Fem av hans böcker har nått New York Times bästsäljarlista, de har översatts till fler än 40 språk och filmatiseringen av hans första bok En man som heter Ove Oscarsnominerades. Rättigheterna till Folk med Ångest har köpts av Netflix och kommer produceras av FLX, bolaget som också producerade Störst av allt.… (plus d'informations)
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Titre:Folk med ångest
Auteurs:Fredrik Backman
Info:Johanneshov : MTM, 2019
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Anxious People par Fredrik Backman

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Anxious People is about a group of strangers, a bunch of "idiots", at an apartment viewing, who get caught up in a bank robbery gone wrong. I can't really say much else because it'll ruin the book, but just trust me, you'll love it. There's a quote in the book though, "Everyone inside the apartment had their own complexes, their own demons and anxieties..."

As usual, I fell in love with a Fredrik Backman book. This shouldn't be a shock to anyone who knows me, since I talk so highly of him. There's no difference for this novel.

Backman has this crazy talent where he connects characters in his stories in some way form or another to each other. Everyone gets an invisible string, that in the end, creates this giant circle. This novel is no different. You just feel so empathic of these characters. Backman is a genius when it comes to portraying people's emotions, their habits, and their individuality. He can take someone who may first come across as this grumpy, unlovable character, and he gives you layers upon layers to them, that in the end, your outlook to them has done a complete 180. It's one of the reasons I love his books time and time again.

I took so many photos of quotes I wanted to write down from this book; things that made me laugh, and smile, and ones that form that tight little ball form in the base of my throat. I can't really share too many of them in this review, as it will ruin a bit of the surprise of the book for a new reader. But Backman has a way with words and bringing up subject manner that you don't really ever talk about. He does it in a way that grabs at your heartstrings and makes you nod your head in understanding and shines a light in that dark corner where it doesn't get noticed much.

"...But I think we pass people in the street every day who feel the same as you and I, many of them just don't know what it is. Men and women going around for months having trouble breathing and seeing doctor after doctor because they think there's something wrong with their lungs. All because it's too damn difficult to admit that something else is... broken. That it's an ache in our soul, invisible lead weights in our blood, and indescribable pressure in our chest. Our brains are lying to us, telling us we're going to die. But there's nothing wrong with our lungs..."

I know this review doesn't give much away as to why this book is so good, but it is, I promise. ( )
  oldandnewbooksmell | Sep 24, 2021 |
DNF. I was not fond of this book and quit after 100 pages. However, my reaction is a function of my preferences in storytelling. The story is a literary exploration of the many variations that anxiety and melancholy can assume. Other readers may enjoy this theme.

Backman focuses on character development, using a non-linear storytelling approach with frequent flashbacks to tell characters backstories. Unexpected veers and turns occur that require readers to assume they will understand at some later point. Plot development proceeds at a sluggish pace, and nothing much happens in many of the scenes. Most of the characters are unlikeable. They lack an aptitude for their position and appear to be incompetent and cognitively challenged. Life is not working out for them.

However, the author’s use of similes and metaphors is cleverly inventive. I imagine readers who do not give up on the book will find that everything work out in the end.

Although Backman is inventive, I could read only short sections at a time before I got bored with his cuteness. A little cuteness is welcome, but Backman seems like the compulsive talker who regards “hello” as an invitation to talk non-stop for half an hour. Storytelling is a collaborative effort. The writer writes, and the reader reads. Trouble occurs, as in this instance, when the reader is through reading before the storyteller has finished the story. ( )
  Tatoosh | Sep 20, 2021 |
This was a solid book and a quick read. The bank robbery/hostage story was funny. Enjoy the author's writing style. Overall the plot wasn't my favorite. I guess I just wanted more gravity/weight to the story or importance of the book (especially right after reading Bob Iger's book). ( )
  Zach-Rigo | Aug 30, 2021 |
Anxious People is a story about a bridge. And a bank robbery. And a hostage situation. And an apartment. Really, though, it’s a story about a bunch of idiots just like all of us. In the end, it’s a delightful read that’s full of humanity, poignant observations about life and relationships, mixed in with a few fun plot twists.

Backman’s writing is whimsical and, at times, lyrical. And the format alternates between perspectives, all of which takes a little while to get used to—especially since there’s a mystery to be solved. Once the story gets going, though, it makes for a fun and delightful read. 4.5/5 stars. ( )
  bentleymitchell | Aug 27, 2021 |
A very clever author, Backman provides an entertaining story that includes a great deal of pathos and anxiety for its characters but not without a great deal of charming dialogue for the reader. I enjoyed this book and loved the interspersing of the author's philosophy on life and its troubles and challenges pointed out throughout the plot.

Now and again the author provides a chuckle or laugh out loud moment for his readers. It takes real talent to tell a story about hostages and suicide and hold a reader's attention. Backman succeeded in holding my attention from start to finish. I encourage readers to pick up this book and engage with a group of characters who are held captive by a supposed bank robber and whose experience the night before New Years in a small town in Sweden will keep you looking for explanations on the whys and wherefores as you turn the pages. Enjoy Backman's brilliance. ( )
  barb302 | Aug 1, 2021 |
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This book is dedicated to the voices in my head, the most remarkable of my friends.

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För varje sålt exemplar av denna pocketutgåva skänker familjen Backman och Bonnierförlagen 1 kr var till den ideella organisationen Mind som jobbar med att ge människor kraft att leva. "En man som heter Ove"-författaren Fredrik Backman är tillbaka med sin sannolikt bråkigaste roman hittills. "Folk med ångest" är en orimligt stökig komedi om ett gisslandrama på en lägenhetsvisning, där en misslyckad bankrånare låser in sig med en överentusiastisk fastighetsmäklare, två bittra Ikea-missbrukare, en elak mångmiljonär, en sorgsen tant, en höggravid kvinna, en jobbig jävel och ett kaninhuvud. Till slut ger rånaren upp och släpper alla i gisslan, men när polisen stormar lägenheten är den...tom. I en serie dysfunktionella vittnesförhör efteråt får vi höra allas version av vad som egentligen hände, varpå ett klassiskt pusselmysterium utvecklar sig kring frågorna: Hur lyckades rånaren fly? Varför är alla så arga? Och vad är det egentligen för FEL på folk nuförtiden? FREDRIK BACKMAN (född 1981) har sedan debuten 2012 blivit ett internationellt fenomen. Fem av hans böcker har nått New York Times bästsäljarlista, de har översatts till fler än 40 språk och filmatiseringen av hans första bok En man som heter Ove Oscarsnominerades. Rättigheterna till Folk med Ångest har köpts av Netflix och kommer produceras av FLX, bolaget som också producerade Störst av allt.

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