Pre nego što odem

Pre nego to odem ta ako biste imali samo jedan dan ivota ta biste uradili Koga biste poljubili Koliko biste daleko oti li da sa uvate sopstveni ivot Samanta Kingston ima sve najprivla nijeg de ka tri neverovatne drug

  • Title: Pre nego što odem
  • Author: Lauren Oliver
  • ISBN: 9788660354282
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
  • ta ako biste imali samo jedan dan ivota ta biste uradili Koga biste poljubili Koliko biste daleko oti li da sa uvate sopstveni ivot Samanta Kingston ima sve najprivla nijeg de ka, tri neverovatne drugarice i jedna je od najpopularnijih tinejd erki u koli Petak, 14 februar, trebalo bi da bude jo samo jedan dan u njenom savr enom ivotu Onda se sve menja Posle ta ako biste imali samo jedan dan ivota ta biste uradili Koga biste poljubili Koliko biste daleko oti li da sa uvate sopstveni ivot Samanta Kingston ima sve najprivla nijeg de ka, tri neverovatne drugarice i jedna je od najpopularnijih tinejd erki u koli Petak, 14 februar, trebalo bi da bude jo samo jedan dan u njenom savr enom ivotu Onda se sve menja Posle jedne kobne no i i naizgled fatalne saobra ajne nesre e, Samanta se budi bez budu nosti.Zaustavljena u vremenu dobija drugu priliku U stvari sedam novih prilika Pro ivljavanjem svog poslednjeg dana u toku jedne udesne nedelje, ona e razmrsiti misteriju koja okru uje njen ivot u smrti i otkriti istinsku vrednost svega to je u opasnosti da izgubi Mo da za vas postoji sutra Mo da pred vama stoji hiljadu sutra njih dana Mo da tri Mo da deset hiljada Mo da imate toliko vremena da se mo ete valjati u njemu i pu tati ga da vam klizi kroz prste poput peska Mo da mo ete da priu tite da gubite vreme.Ali neki od nas imaju samo danas A istina je da ne znate da li ste me u nama.

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    1. I have to confess something before I write this review. This book is about a teenager, Sam, who is a Mean Girl who trips into Groundhog Day world and is set on a path to redemption. My confession is that I used to be a girl almost exactly like Sam.Shallow, egotistical and worst of all - mean. Really, really mean. I've commented before on the fact that I was a terrible teenager. My parents did not so much try to raise me through these years. More like they tried to survive me as you would a hurri [...]

    2. I shiver, thinking about how easy it is to be totally wrong about people - to see one tiny part of them and confuse it for the whole.4 1/2 stars. Back in 2010, I read Before I Fall and immediately thought I'd found a new favourite author. I eagerly awaited every book Lauren Oliver released after it and yet, I have disliked every single one. My dislike for her writing style in books like Rooms and Vanishing Girls made me wonder what happened. Could it be that Oliver's style had so drastically cha [...]

    3. I hated this book, and loved it. It’s cruel, and frustrating, unfair, and yet it’s also sad, and hopeful, and honest and authentic. I’m not sure how everyone else feels about their High School experience, but I despised mine. You couldn’t pay me to go back. However, this story was so vivid, that I felt as though I could smell the grease from the cafeteria, feel the rough tile on the bathroom floor and the chill of that cold fateful night. I even cringed at the hurt that all these charact [...]

    4. Before I get to the review I just wanted to let everyone know I don't typically write reviews for books I love. The reason being, I'm not good at writing worth-while and positive reviews (as opposed to my uncanny ability to write crazy rants about books I totally loathe). Or rather, I know I'm not up to the task: writing a review worthy of a book so beautiful, so eloquently written I can't stop thinking about it long after I've finished it. I know there is nothing I could say that could not be b [...]

    5. Warning: Major Spoilers below (including the very ending). And foul language. MUCH foul languageLa la la, spoilers.Still spoilers.And language to make your grandmother blush.Fuck you book. Fuck. You. I want to drop this book to two stars for that goddamn ending. But I can’t because even with that fucking ending it is not really a two-star book at all. So it gets dropped one star. DAMN YOU. I knew the ending was coming. This is the problem with reading the ending first (well, near the beginning [...]

    6. 3.5/5Though I really enjoy Lauren Oliver's writing style, I struggled finding the motivation to finish this book. The main character, a popular and catty high school girl named Sam, dies and is forced to relive that day several times. I was absolutely in love with the story for the first couple of days, but then it felt tedious having Sam wake up and relive February 12th time and time again. I totally understand why it's many people's favorite book, I just wish it was shorter. Because of this, I [...]

    7. I'd heard from quite a few people that this book was pretty goodThat may be the most OUTRAGEOUS understatement of all time.'Pretty good' doesn't explain the embarrassing amount of tears that poured out of me.'Pretty good' doesn't touch on Lauren Oliver's incredible way with words and imagery.'Pretty good' doesn't describe the range of conflicting emotions the story sparked in me. And 'Pretty good' certainly doesn't account for the fact that, once I finished the final page, I literally threw the [...]

    8. I honestly wanted to finish this book so it could go towards my 2012 reading challenge, but it was JUST SO BORING. I really couldn't care less what happened to the characters, and they were all so bitchy that I just couldn't stand reading about them anymore. I'm sure this Samantha girl will have some epiphany towards the end where she realizes that the way she's been treating people is wrong, then she'll finally move on and actually die like she should have a while ago. I don't see the point in [...]

    9. I had high expectations for this book for 2 reasons: 1. I loved Delirium, it's one of my favorite series and 2. so many people raved about Before I fall , saying it is the best of Oliver's work. I couldn't disagree more. At the beginning I couldn't get into the story, it was a bit repetitive, so I had to put it down and read something else in the meantime. In the end I was getting a bit frustrated as I couldn't understand the whole idea of the book. Having finished it yesterday I've been thinkin [...]

    10. Reading through Sam's last day of life, I was transported back to high school with those girls who were shallow, self-centered, and unaware and thought they were cool and better than everyone else because they were shallow, self-centered, and unaware. I felt emotions I had not experienced in years, emotions I had long forgotten. Oliver captures that teenage-centric narcissism so vividly, so much more intently than I ever understood in high school, that I couldn't help but hate Sam and feel some [...]

    11. I am not going for these evil •sshole girls on here!I cringed and raged through most of the book. I didn't give a rat's •ss about these evil girls. The worse was Lindsay to me. The only reason I have the book 2 stars is because Sam redeemed herself after all of the days she relived. She went back and did all of the right things. Whether it was all a dream or something, I don't know but she did good in the end. The very end was bittersweet in it's own way. But, going through the books and hea [...]

    12. "Before I Fall" is Lauren Oliver's debut novel and I think for a first effort it is pretty good. The premise of the book is not too original - it is a sort of cross between "Mean Girls" and "The Groundhog Day," but Oliver develops it well. Samantha, one of her school's mean girls, relives her last day over and over again, learning more about herself and people around her with each replay. Will she learn enough to make a difference, to change her attitude and her life?Being a foreigner, I was spa [...]

    13. well, well, well,this one was a surprises, teen fiction, you have won me over, but usually it is the stuff on the "oh, no, the world has been essploded!!" or "oh, no - all the cats in the world have turned evil and are coming for us!!" end of the spectrum that captivates me. realistic teen fiction usually leaves me coldd this is realistic teen fiction with a twist, obviously. this is groundhog day with a jerky teen girl in he jerky bill murray role. but all the day-to-day bits in between are sim [...]

    14. Exclusive Prelude: If you have not read this, or given it at least four-and-a-half stars, you have no soul.Oh . . . Oh, my God . . .Five stars. Five billion stars. Five quadrillion stars. Five infinity stars.I don't think I'll ever read a book that'll touch me in quite the same way.A lot of ers didn't like Before I Fall because they couldn't relate to it at all and the characters didn't relate to them. Before I Fall did relate to me because the main character, Samantha Kingston, reminded me a lo [...]

    15. I have no idea how to rate this book. I would say 5 stars to author Lauren Oliver in taking juveniles with a blatant disregard for humanity and turning it into the story of Sam who discovers the importance of humanity. Some of the thoughts that Sam would think as she would pass from one day to the next were beautifully thoughtful causing you to question how you treat and respect the people and things we have. How do we (ourselves) treat individual people? How much affect do we have on the world [...]

    16. Update: Since it's going to be a movie I decided to re-visit my review and share my own story. “I know some of you are thinking maybe I deserved it.But before you start pointing fingers, is what I did really so bad? So bad I deserved to die? So bad I deserved to die like THAT?Is what I did really so much worse than what anybody else does?Is it really so much worse than what YOU do?Think about it.”Sam's got everything she's ever hoped for: looks, popularity, the perfect boyfriend, and everyon [...]

    17. WOW.That would be my one word review for this book WOW.I wasn't sure what to expect when I picked this up, and to say that I was utterly unprepared for it's magnificence, would be an understatement. This book evoked such strong emotion. I'm not exaggerating when I say that I was bawling by the end of the story. For me, the stories that awaken your emotions are always the most powerful and memorable. And I don't read many books like that, so when I do, it tends to really stand out.What's so inter [...]

    18. *Reread* This is one of the first YA contemporaries I have read and perhaps for that alone, I’m already giving this five stars. But the truth is, this book well deserves it. Lauren Oliver’s writing usually has this effect on me. [Please see image for illustration.] "Maybe you can afford to wait. Maybe for you there's a tomorrow. Maybe for you there's one thousand tomorrows, or three thousand, or ten, so much time you can bathe in it, roll around it, let it slide like coins through your finge [...]

    19. This might be more of a 2.5 but idk.I might have liked this better if I didn't listen to the audiobook for part of it, but the narrator just gave these girls attitude with their voices and I ended up picturing the characters as that and it was so bad.Basically all the characters, especially Sam (not as much Kent) annoyed the crap out of me and I didn't really love the repetitiveness of the book (though that is the point). Most of the characters are terrible people. There is a bit of redemption, [...]

    20. *** 4.5 STARS *** “Maybe you can afford to wait. Maybe for you there's a tomorrow. Maybe for you there's one thousand tomorrows, or three thousand, or ten, so much time you can bathe in it, roll around it, let it slide like coins through you fingers. So much time you can waste it.But for some of us there's only today. And the truth is, you never really know.“ If I had to briefly describe this book in a single sentence, I’d describe it as Mean Girls meets something that’ll make you thorou [...]

    21. *5 FALLING STARS*Wow. This book is beautiful. I actually really cried when it ended, and that doesn't happen a lot! I don't get why this book doesn't have higher ratings!I found Before I Fall's concept really unique. It's about a popular girl, Samantha, who dies and gets to relive her last day seven times. This book could've ended up being really cliché but it really wasn't. You really get to see Samantha going through various stages like disbelief, anger, fear, realisation, rebelism and finall [...]

    22. Wow. On *day 7* and loving this book so much. I want to slurp it up like a noodle.Finished: terrific; amazing teen voice and utterly believable characters -- the "mean girls" made, somehow, relatable! The story is so bittersweet, though I wished [SPOILER ALERT SPOILER ALERT SPOILER ALERT SPOILER ALERT SPOILER ALERT:] for a different ending for the characters (of COURSE), as a reader, I found the ending very powerful. The cumulative grief of those left behind -- left entirely to the reader's ima [...]

    23. Now I lay me down to sleep,I pray thee, Lord, my soul to keep.If I should die before I wake,I pray thee, Lord, my soul to take.I'm confused about my feelings right now. I have nothing to say and so many words about this book at the same time. Maybe when you die time folds in on you, and you bounce around inside this little bubble forever. Like the after-death equivalent of the movie Groundhog Day. It’s not what I imagined death would be like—not what I imagined would come afterward—but the [...]

    24. 4 ish stars!“Maybe you can afford to wait. Maybe for you there's a tomorrow. Maybe for you there's one thousand tomorrows, or three thousand, or ten, so much time you can bathe in it, roll around it, let it slide like coins through you fingers. So much time you can waste it.But for some of us there's only today. And the truth is, you never really know.”This book was intense, emotional, and frustrating- all in equal measure. There are parts I loved, and moments I want to give 5+ stars, but th [...]

    25. This is a hard book to rate. It’s in a whole different realm and I’m not sure what to do. It’s special. Not like in a good or bad way, but in a way that it’s different. You can’t compare it to anything else because…it isn’t like anything else. Yeah, I know I’m making a lot of sense. One thing that this does is make you feel and it makes you think.Quick Overview: Samantha Kingston has everything a girl could want. She’s popular, has a hunky popular boyfriend, great friends, and [...]

    26. But before you start pointing fingers, let me ask you: is what I did really so bad? So bad I deserved to die? So bad I deserved to die like that? Is what I did really so much worse than what anyone else does? Is it really so much worse than what you do?Think about it. I did think about it. I was forced to think about it for 341 pages. My answer is yes, what you did is worse than what a lot of people do, and what's worse is that at the end of your little week of revelations, I still don't believe [...]

    27. If you look through bad reviews of this book, you'll start to see a common trend: a dislike for Samantha as a protagonist. And it won't be hard to understand why - this book is about a high school mean girl, and she does some incredibly messed up things within these pages. But here's the thing - Samantha's despicable nature is what makes the book so good. Because her story is one of redemption, of working through what she has done and making herself better. Some won't like it, perhaps, but this [...]

    28. Another of my buddy reads where I ignore my reading partner and read ahead Honestly. I'm just crap. People, no more buddy reads for Emer because she's USELESS!!!!! I have zero willpower when it comes to slowing down my reading speed. And it's not as if I'm not reading a bazillion other books at the moment too!?!?!?!?!? But. It's like tell me don't push the red button. And wellAnyway the bookMeh!!!I actually read this before. Back in 2013 and have NO recollection of the storyline. Which consideri [...]

    29. first of all, i like to say that this book is amazingly written. in the beginning of the book you just think ah it is just a normal book about teenagers and their life, but there i was wrong. When the accident happend I didn't expect that she was going to live the same day over and over again. i found it really funny she was so confused about everything. Then she is like fuck it i'm going to do bad thing nobody is going to remember it anyway. Furthermore I love how Sam is changing in a caring pe [...]

    30. Initial reaction: Heartbreakingly beautiful.This was my first Lauren Oliver book and boy, did it deliver. It was such a conflicting read, both infuriating and heartbreaking. It started a bit rocky for me, because I did not. like. the protagonist. at. all. It was hard reading about the things she thought and did and at times, I had to force myself to keep going. But that was the aim of the book - to make the reader see and understand certain things, with everything coming full circle at the end. [...]

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