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Download doc Æ Eigentlich müssten wir tanzen 224 pages Í Heinz Helle º [Reading] ➷ Eigentlich müssten wir tanzen Author Heinz Helle – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Somewhere in the Austrian Alps a group of men in their thirties have gathered for a weekend away When they come down from their caBoy sitting impassively beside his murdered parents a provincial nightclub full of charred bodies Seeking food and fuel for the fire but finding only the pointless remnants of their suddenly vanished world the men realise that all they have left is their lives And are those really worth anything in a world where their futu I don't know if it was the translation or the fact that the chapters were so short and jarring but this book was just ok I couldn't connect to the characters as they didn't develop or show feelings The just did things and that was thatI think this book was just not what i was expecting and I disappointed me sadly I was looking forward to hearing these mens adventures in a world where everyone but themselves had died and while that is the theme it was a little confusing with the back and forth of the time scale and the fact that it was vague descriptions throughoutI would say this is a high 25 so rounded it up to a three

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Somewhere in the Austrian Alps a group of men in their thirties have gathered for a Eigentlich müssten PDF or weekend away When they come down from their cabin the world has ended As the men wander through this destroyed human landscape Euphoria's nameless narrator reveals only small shocking details a crashed helicopter a This is an intriguing if not strange novella set in a post apocalyptic landscape in the Austrian Alps Five business men have enjoyed a weekend in a secluded mountain cabin reminiscing about their younger days but as they leave and descend on foot to the village it is evident something isn't right Helle concentrates on the relationships between the men which is such a short novel is somewhat frustrating as inevitably in such novels the reader seeks answers as to what caused the devastation It is therefore uite a different type of book to Station Eleven Mandel or The Last of Us Ewing both very recent and strong additions to the genre I bracketed 'strange' at the start of my brief review as there are a couple of passages which certainly are that Definitely of interest but finishing with uestions than answers somewhat frustrating also

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Eigentlich müssten wir tanzenRe has crumbled away their past remains only as an empty taunt and their present is reduced to the monotonous trudge of animal survivalAn austere troubling tale of how uickly men become beasts Euphoria explores the repressed savagery of human nature and the disturbing meaningless of a world run free from society's restraint This book contains ongoing themes of desolation sacrifice and primarily survival Although translated from German one main issue made me uestion continuing it does not include speech marks The timeline of sorts was confusing to follow and although I appreciated the descriptive elements appeared lacking in the sense of a conclusion at the end The ending was inevitable and if you read one chapter of this book you would understand how it was going to end due to it's overall depressing and funnily enough end of the world narrative

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