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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best Book Ever Written!
There is no better representation of theme in any book than in ONE. The reader sees things in different ways--things that are everyday occurances and usually mean nothing--and is enveloped into the pages to use his or her imagination. There are so many good ideas brought up in this book...you'll wonder why we don't implement them! If you're unsure about faith,...
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Barely good enogh to keep me reading to the end.
Richard and Leslie Bach are approaching Los Angeles in their small airplane, when they suddenly find themselves in another world. But this is no real world, time stands still, you do not get hungry, the airplane is not using any fuel. It is a place from where you can get to any number of parallel existences. Richard and Leslie visit some of their parallel themselves in...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best Book Ever Written!, 20. April 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: One (Taschenbuch)
There is no better representation of theme in any book than in ONE. The reader sees things in different ways--things that are everyday occurances and usually mean nothing--and is enveloped into the pages to use his or her imagination. There are so many good ideas brought up in this book...you'll wonder why we don't implement them! If you're unsure about faith, religions, philosophy...or any of that good, meaningful stuff, read this book! You'll love it! Richard Bach is a great author and it is exemplified in ONE. I thank Bach for changing my life with this book!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Flight is freedom once again and for everyone., 20. September 1999
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Flight is freedom, freedom from time and space. As in two of his other books, Illusions: The Tale of a Reluctant Messiah and Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Richard Bach uses flight maturely and appropriately as a chance to learn without the constraints of earth, or reality. As the plane he and his wife are flying in disappears from radar and reality, they have the chance to see the infinite possibilities of their lives: past, present, and future. They learn eventually that they are a part of each other, and that everyone is ONE. The readers are the writer, heroes are murderers, and you and I are interchangeable pronouns. It is a complexly simple and beautiful idea. However, unlike two of the author's other stories of individuals who are socially shunned, rebel teacher-types, this one stresses the submission of the individual to the whole; definitely not written for the fiercely independent individuals who may be expecting encouragement rather than calmness from the book. The reason for only a four-star rating is not indebted to any socially radical leanings, but is for a contradiction from this usually mentally agile author. Toward the end of the story, our humble narrator stumbles a bit by mentioning a higher power. Was getting past this dependence not the point, or has the grand and gaping logic of philosophy circled and returned, recycled, to a dependence on something other than ouselves? Do I hear the Pageites rattling somewhere in one of their name-induced wars? The eloquence and energy of the story, though, fade any inconsistency to a mere blur on the horizon. It is an honorable tribute to those moments of tearful and laughing love for the world, the universe, humanity, and for the ecstasy of existence.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of my all time favorite books, 17. September 1999
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I love this book I have read it when I was sober, I have read it when I was drunk, I have read it when I had a hangover. Yet the book has always come through to teach me something new about life. Fot those who find the language of the book too simplistic then you most definty are missing the big ideas in the book. Chapter 10 about the Pageiets, Religon and War is my favorite and chapter 9 about the Atilla-gods is great. For those who do not know much about the world, or have not experienced war first hand you might miss some of the deeper points in the book. For example in the chapter where he talks about his role in the military as Figher piolt and he emtional turmoil he went through when he reflected on his actions during his military service, might be of no intrestet to anyone who has not experienced the military or has never been on the recieving end of F-16s.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A HUGE BACH FAN!, 3. August 1999
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The first book I ever read that was written by Richard Bach was Illusions. I loved it. I thought that, surely, this was his best book. Then I read ONE. ONE is the most beautiful journey anyone can ever take. It inspires, touches, questions, teaches, and makes you one with Richard and Leslie.I've read almost all of Bach's writings and ONE is still,most definitely, my all time favourite book. I highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't read it already.
What is most striking about the language(in all his books) is its simplicity and that in itself is wonderfully different and refreshing.
I can only say that if you haven't read this book yet, you are missing out on something exquisite and rare!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The first step in thinking, 27. März 1997
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Life is a bottomless pit. We spend our lives trying to climb in the direction we perceive as "up." When I first read ONE, by that master of words, Richard Bach, I was desperately trying to grasp something, to catch hold of something substantial. With so many ledges below me in the pit; amid frail footholds that crumbled under the weight of the world, I reached my hand as far as I could, and found this wonder of thinking. An honest, philisophical, spiritual, and amusing exploration of life and meanings, ONE is. I was able, through reading this book, to pull myself up a bit higher in that pit of life, and begin my journey of thought that will not cease until I reach the top
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Barely good enogh to keep me reading to the end., 15. Dezember 2007
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Richard and Leslie Bach are approaching Los Angeles in their small airplane, when they suddenly find themselves in another world. But this is no real world, time stands still, you do not get hungry, the airplane is not using any fuel. It is a place from where you can get to any number of parallel existences. Richard and Leslie visit some of their parallel themselves in the future, in the past, in the maybe-present.

While I like the idea of visiting parallel worlds, the book was not really appealing to me. It was about enough to keep me reading till the end, sparked some thougths, but that's about it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is a truly magical book, in the best sense of the word., 21. Juli 1999
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I identified with the characters instantly the first time I opened this book, and they haven't left me yet. The storyline is simple, and, even though it requires some suspension of disbelief, the story more than adequately rewards you for the sacrifice. The characters are lovingly depicted, and it took only a minimum of effort for me to close my eyes and imagine each one as if he or she were standing before me. Bach gives you everything you need to fall in love with this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This book is for people who see the link between all of us!, 29. August 1996
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Richard Bach is inspiring. If you read this book only to
open up your scope of possiblities, it is well worth your
time. He writes in such a way that not only is anything
possible, but probable. All readers will find themselves
as one of the characters in the book.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen not bad, rather simplistic..., 20. Mai 1998
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I just happened to pull this book off the library shelf, not realizing that it was he who had written "Johnathon Livingston".
Well, the book was okay. I really dont' know what else to say because that was about it. I read the whole thing, it wasn't TOO much of a stuggle, but it just wasn't my kind of thing. The language was rather simplistic. I felt like I was reading a story by a sixth-grader who was writing about another world. I found the "undying love" of the two characters and Lesli's constant exclamation of "Richie!" to be really annoying. But there were some parts, especially about The Pageites and their religion, that were absolutely brilliant. I just thought it was a shame that the rest of the book wasn't that impressive.
So overall, it wasn't bad. There were just little things that I don't happen to enjoy, like the speaker and the author being the same person, whiny women, and stuff sounding like what I had written in the sixth grade.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I took a trip beyond the universe, 2. April 1999
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Right from the very first page I read, the book has kept me spellbound. I am still spellbound whenever I think of the search within. I have learnt to accept that all my materialistic failures are just possibilities and my strong belief of the existance parallel universes with my alter-egoes living there turning my failures into splendid victories fortified. I think I have found the point of intersection between the scientific school of thought and that of pure philosophy ...
I have come to believe that infinity can be defined, though we need to be in a different state of mind... Where the mind rules..
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