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Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 28. August 2007

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"Electric, sexy . . . and genuinely poignant, this is a compelling story of the risks and thrills of burgeoning intimacy." - The Bulletin, Starred

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High school student Nick O'Leary, member of a rock band, meets college-bound Norah Silverberg and asks her to be his girlfriend for five minutes in order to avoid his ex-sweetheart, in a tie-in title which includes an eight-page insert of photos from the film. Original. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Bibliothekseinband.

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Before I start the story that is Nick and Norah, I decided we needed to get some misconceptions out of the way first.

1) I don't live in Manhattan, so I won't understand what the characters are talking about. Wrong! I don't live in Manhattan-- actually, I've never been farther East than Ohio, but I still got the gist of the story quite easily. Sure, I might never have visited Times Square, but I've been on the Square in my hometown (population 3,400), and the same types of things went on there that go on in New York.

2) This book is full of cursing. Right! And if you haven't heard a lot of curse words (do I really need to spell them out?), especially from the mouths of teens, in the last twenty years or so, I'm guessing you live on a commune somewhere in the middle of Utah.

3) This book only covers one night. Right again! And oh, what a night it is! One night, filled with all the ups, downs, and sideways that being a teen in todays world brings.

Now that we've got that out of the way, we can concentrate on the story. It's about Nick, a bassist for a band with an ever-changing name, who recently had his heart broken by a bitch named Tris. It's about Norah, an uber-complicated girl with more issues than The National Enquirer, who not too long ago had her virginity broken by Tal. And then there's Caroline, and Jessie, and Uncle Lou, not to mention Dev and Thom, and Randy from Are You Randy?, and Hunter from Hunter. There's beer, and there's drugs, and there's sex, although none of it is Nick or Norah's.

There's heartbreak, and devastation, and lust, and forgiveness, and acceptance. There's parents to deal with, and friends to attempt to deal with, and a boy and a girl who wish that, just once, they could be themselves and not deal at all.
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Zugegeben, auf das Buch wurde ich erst nach dem erschienen Kinofilm "Nick and Norah" aufmerksam, der mich absolut begeistert hat. Nachdem ich den Film gesehen habe wollte ich natürlich sofort das Buch- und bin nicht enttäuscht worden.
Eine einzige Nacht in New York. Zwei verlorene Seelen, Norah, die Tochter eines Musikproduzenten sowie Nick, Mitglied einer Schwulenband; Musik, und die ganz große Liebe.
Nick und Norah treffen sich bei einem gig von Nick, ziehen eine Nacht durch New York und lernen sich dabei kennen und lieben.
Das Buch ist abwechselnd aus Nicks und Norahs Sicht geschrieben und fesselt vom ersten Augenblick an. Eine Hommage an New York, Musik und die Liebe. Man fühlt sich in den Gedanken und Gefühlen sofort gefangen, die Charaktere sind derart realistisch, dass man sie gerne in seinem Freundeskreis hätte- und der Schreibstil ist zum träumen schön: "The way you're singing in your sleep
The way you look before you leap
The strange illusions that you keep
You don't know
But I'm noticing" (Sontext Nick)

Ein Buch, das man immer mal wieder aus dem Regal nimmt, durchblättert, nur um sich erneut von der Poesie gefangennehmen zu lassen.
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'We're all seven years old again and dancing like we spit out the Ritalin while mom wasn't looking'.

The adrenaline, guitar, teenage angst fueled time of concerts, clumsy kissing and the scary, magnetic pull of sharing all that's you with an attractive other in the hopes of finding acceptance and the end of loneliness by merging into one. The most vulnerable years of life, and the time you -oddly- feel most alive, because every move, every word, every act seems to come with earth shattering risks.

A spontaneous, unplanned date between two highly insecure, overthinking If you loved Dawson's Creek, but thought it lacked some speed at times, if you love punk and if you love language that doesn't mind giving a kick here and there, then this is the book for you. Especially if you just long to repeat a wild unexpected date you once had, or if you've never had that experience of suddenly connecting to an almost total stranger, the insecurities, the aching for more, the fear to be hurt, etc, then you'll have at least a hit of the same sloppy romantic achiness. This is great book for tanking ersatz romantic experiences. It's the push and pull of the first sparks, it's the thrill of 'this can go anywhere and nowhere'.

The book takes you there, it alternates between the viewpoints of both characters, yet you land in their skin each chapter. Nothing much happens, but so is life, the most mind-boggling thing that occurs is two people bumbing into each other and hoping, realizing that -for at least a stretch of the way- they won't walk the road of life alone anymore. Hey, there are no dragons, no whitewalkers, no evil sorcerers in this book, but it's about magic all the same.

It's sort of the punkish version of the movie Before Sunrise, a tad more original when it comes to language, but a little less food for thought.

Don't expect steamy acts of 'making the beast with two backs', but do expect to wish you were on a date like this.
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I bought the book because I needed something that would help me get past my 'reading block' -- not managing to read any books in months had started to make me question my love for the hobby -- and as I had read another book by David Levithan not too long ago and had seen an excerpt of this one on another website, I decided to order it and to give it a try. What can I say? It worked. I managed to read the book in one sitting.

To break it down a bit ---
All of the characters (but especially the protagonists) struck me as lovable and relatable with their quirks and antics, perhaps because they were written as people. The protagonists' struggles were not 'out of here', and the plot was perfectly tailored to them, something that speaks for the quality of the book because they were the characters carrying the plot through their own difficulties and struggles on the road to themselves, their relationship with each other, but also because of their relationship with other characters.
In addition, the picture of the youth painted in the book was neither glamourising (ugly things were ugly and thus realistic) nor did it seem to me that the authors pointed fingers at my generation, a generation represented by two characters that pull you into their world which is, in a way, your world as well.
On a technical level, the prose in the book is beautiful, near poetic at times without missing a step and falling into the abyss of being too cliché. Additionally, the book's plot was not dragged out unnecessarily and ended where it had to end rather than to go on and on, thus leaving me as a reader with a sense of contentment.
In short: wonderful.
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