IFFP 2015 review: Look Who’s Back

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Look Who’s Back

Look Who's Back

 

Look Who’s Back

by Timur Vermes
Translated by Jamie Bulloch

05/03/2015

by Quercus

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Original German title:

Er ist wieder da (Published in 2012)

 

This book counts for the following Reading Challenges:

 New Authors 2015   2015 Translation    New-Release-Challenge  

MY THOUGHTS ABOUT THIS BOOK

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Thanks to Quercus for sending me Look Who’s Back. Alas, it did not make it on the short list neither for the official IFFP list nor for our Shadow list, but still, I personally think this is a wonderful book and certainly the most hilarious literary novel I have read for years!
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WWW Wesnesdays – 5/6/2015

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In each category, the 2nd book listed is audio

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CURRENTLY READING AND LISTENING TO

  Look Who's Back The Girl on the Train

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 Bridges of Paris Station Eleven

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It’s Monday! What are you reading? 5/4/2015

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

Can you believe or not, I’m back!
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CURRENTLY READING

        Look Who's BackThis will be my last novel read for the IFFP.
This is a totally hilarious staire on our society,
through Adolf Hitler, who wakes up in a vacant lot in Berlin in 2011.
One of the most funny literary novel I have read for a long time

CURRENTLY LISTENING

   The Girl on the Train
Great mystery, with 3 totally unreliable narrators
— which I usually hate, but it works perfectly —
The fact that it is read by 3 different narrators help a lot.

 

WHAT ARE YOU READING?