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Replay (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 22. Juli 1998


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  • Taschenbuch: 320 Seiten
  • Verlag: William Morrow Paperbacks; Auflage: Quill. (22. Juli 1998)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 068816112X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0688161125
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 14 - 18 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 14 x 2 x 21 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.9 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (58 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 90.979 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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A fatal heart attacks returns forty-three-year-old Jeff Winston to his eighteen-year-old body, in 1963, and, with his memory of the next twenty-five years intact and the freedom to change his actions, he begins to live his life over again.

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Ken Grimwood lives in southern California.

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5 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 4. November 1998
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I picked up the paperback in a drugstore rack in the 80's during a snowstorm. Sent home from work, I devoured it at one sitting. I usually avoid Sci-Fi stuff because it's often long on detail but short on character development and plot. This book spoke to me like no other novel in years. I immediately went out and bought a second copy for my brother who handed it around the family. I bought another for a friend who seemed stuck in mid-life crises. His also made the rounds. I bought a hardcover for myself because mine was tattered after the 2nd reading. Like a fool, I lent it to someone and never got it back. I've since bought myself another paper copy plus several more as gifts. It's a classic - well written, a sense of immediacy in the exposition of the plot as well as a great feeling of closure at the end. A terrific read!
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5 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Frank Bittermann am 30. Juni 2010
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Ein Mann stirbt und muss wieder und wieder sein Leben wiederholen. Zwar nimmt er jedesmal sein Wissen mit, kann allerdings nur Dinge in seinem persönlichen Bereich, nicht aber direkt das Weltgeschehen ändern.
Man kann über diesen Pageturner stundenlang diskutieren und philosophieren und nachdenklich macht er ab der ersten Seite sowieso. Der Autor schreibt flüssig und spannend und man merkt deutlich, dass er sich auch detailierte Gedanken zu seinem Roman gemacht hat.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von "ftessle1" am 7. Mai 2000
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Like many people, I have a small collection of books that I re-read every few years. Although I know the plots in excruciating detail, each reading brings some new insight or other pleasure. I read Replay when it first appeared, and again several times thereafter, until I lost the book during a move.
One of the reasons Replay is so compelling is that it speaks to a deep longing that many people have to re-live parts of their own lives - to correct mistakes, or take advantage of missed opportunities. Then too, there is the feeling of deja vu that all of us experience at one time or another, making us wonder if we really are re-living past lives.
I'm pleased to see that Replay is still available.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 3. Juni 1998
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The pages are tattered, the cover long since torn away, but REPLAY continues to jump of my shelf every year for a re-read. The story of love lost and found, the journey of soulmates from lifetime to lifetime, and the sadness of growing apart are all the elements that make this book a must read. More than a must read, a must own because if you don't have it on your nightstand at 2 in the morning on a sleepless night, you don't know what falling into a dream inspired by a book is all about. Can there be a sequel? Please?
Marc
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Ken Grimwood's Replay is the 1988 World Fantasy Award winner. It's about a man who dies in 1988, only to wake up 25 years in his past, replaying his life. He retains all his memories. First time around, he makes a fortune by betting on remembered sporting events, but when he tries to do something major (save Kennedy), he is frustrated. He decides he can't really make significant changes. He builds a decent life, then in 1988 - wham! he dies again. This keeps happening, and he goes through several permutations: a wasted cycle of drugs and sex, a careful rebuilding of a relationship he had previously messed up, and finally he meets another replayer, a woman. Working together, they try to change history for the better, with unintended consequences. Soon they realize that they are coming back later and later in time. What will happen when there replays start in 1988?
The novel is pretty good, but not great. The best part is the examination of what it really means to live a "good" life. What makes a life worth it? On the down side, the characterization is a bit thin and convenient: Jeff, the hero, for one example, is apparently a babe magnet: he never has serious trouble getting together with whichever beautiful woman the plot needs him to get together with. But Grimwood does a decent job of ringing most of the reasonable changes on the idea. He never explains things (how could he?), and I'd quibble with his assertion that the small changes Jeff and Pamela make wouldn't have larger overall effects. (Among other things, I think they risk changing the future enough so that their "psychic" investments and avoidance of plane crashes, etc., won't work, but Grimwood posits that they do: except in the one case where they purposely try to make major changes.) The resolution is pretty well handled. I liked it, but not as much as its reputation would have seemed to indicate I would.
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I first read "Replay" when it was new, back in the 1980s. I remember picking it up on a whim at a now-defunct bookstore in the middle of London, and taking it home with me. I'd just suffered a breakup with a girlfriend, and was entrenched for yet another lonely and dull Saturday night in.
I thought.
Well, I kept reading, and reading, and reading. And just couldn't put the damned thing down. It was early the next morning, and I'd finished the thing in one sitting, and...it was WEIRD. It was almost a chemical reaction, like something had gone "clonk" in my brain. I know precisely what people here mean when they liken it to a religious experience (and I'm not even remotely religious.)
I've lent this book to SO many people over the years; purchased copied for others. It's almost a litmus test...you can tell a lot about a person by their reaction to it.
I met someone at a party once, and the title came up in casual conversation. The reaction was like "lighting the blue touch paper"...the room IGNITED. This book is so loved, it's almost eerie.
A friend of mine, a fellow screenwriter, casually dropped it into a conversation with me, and we ALSO went nuts over this. The feeling is evangelical...you just WANT this book to be read by others! (A friend of mine in Scotland just got a copy through Amazon as a referral from me...hi, Lee!)
As a coda, I'd like to add that this book *IS* currently in the early stages of development as a movie at Warner Brothers, but from what I've heard about the script drafts to date, the producers seem to have cut a lot of the guts and heart from the story. I feel myself, and other "Replay" fans, could be very disappointed with the results.
This is *my* favourite book ever, period. (And I'm so picky, I can't even compile a list of my top 100 movies!) Buy it now!!!!
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