Um Homem Chamado Ove

Um Homem Chamado Ove primeira vista Ove o homem mais rabugento do mundo Sempre foi assim mas piorou desde a morte da mulher que ele adorava Agora que foi despedido Ove decide suicidar se Mal sabe ele as perip cias em

  • Title: Um Homem Chamado Ove
  • Author: Fredrik Backman Alberto Gomes
  • ISBN: 9789722358255
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
  • primeira vista, Ove o homem mais rabugento do mundo Sempre foi assim, mas piorou desde a morte da mulher, que ele adorava Agora que foi despedido, Ove decide suicidar se Mal sabe ele as perip cias em que se vai meter Um jovem casal rec m chegado destr i lhe a caixa de correio, o seu amigo mais antigo est prestes a ser internado a contragosto num lar, e um gato vad primeira vista, Ove o homem mais rabugento do mundo Sempre foi assim, mas piorou desde a morte da mulher, que ele adorava Agora que foi despedido, Ove decide suicidar se Mal sabe ele as perip cias em que se vai meter Um jovem casal rec m chegado destr i lhe a caixa de correio, o seu amigo mais antigo est prestes a ser internado a contragosto num lar, e um gato vadio d se a conhecer Ove v se obrigado a adiar o fim para ajudar a resolver, muito contrariado, uma s rie de pequenas e grandes crises Este livro simultaneamente hilariante e encantador fala nos de amizades inesperadas e do impacto profundo que podemos ter na vida dos outros.
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    • Emily May says:

      Update: I had planned to leave this post as it is, but after seeing the continued kind responses, I thought it best to inform you that my grandad passed away just before Christmas. Thank you to everyone who commented about this review and about him, but it seemed wrong to not let you know. It's always hard to lose someone who has been such a huge part of your life from day one, but please know that he died a happy old man, peacefully, surrounded by his family. And isn't that the best any of us c [...]

    • David V. says:

      Received as an ARC from the publisher. Started 5-8-14. Finished 5-11-14. First let me explain what happened to me while reading this book aloud to my wife as she was preparing dinner. I'm 70; she's almost 70. I'd read the first page, laughed out loud and decided she'd like to hear it read. I read, we laughed and nodded knowingly, then I got to the end of chapter 4 and completely lost it---I couldn't continue through those last few sentences. My wife said I should quit since she knows that I cry [...]

    • Lynda says:

      "Death is a strange thing. People live their whole lives as if it does not exist, and yet it's often one of the greatest motivations for living. Some of us, in time, become so conscious of it that we live harder, more obstinately, with more fury. Some need its constant presence to even be aware of its antithesis. Others become so preoccupied with it that they go into the waiting room long before it has announced its arrival. We fear it, yet most of us fear more than anything that it may take som [...]

    • Elyse says:

      This is a tale that makes you appreciate life!I vote *OVE* as 'character-of-the-year'! The author has created the most memorable character to be found in a novel --in years. *OVE*, is an unassuming man. He likes routines, and rules. He's an honest man. Doesn't smile and give compliments -- but he's a man of integrity. To watch OVE grow - heal the loss of his wife -and allow his neighbors to love him (and love them back) -- is is a treasure. This book has great humor & great heart!Its a perso [...]

    • Nicholas Sparks says:

      This novel, set in Sweden, tells the story of Ove, who can best be described as a curmudgeon. The story takes place after the death of his wife, and shows how healing can occur with the unlikeliest of people, in the unlikeliest of ways.

    • Debbie says:

      Argh! It’s hard not to start this review with a bunch of expletives, because this book pissed me off royally! Shit! See, I can’t even hold it in. The cat and the fat were the straws that broke the camel’s back.Let’s start with Ove not liking the cat. Not liking the cat is one thing. For some reason bitching about a cat is supposed to be funny, but to me it’s annoying. Ove kicking the cat a couple of times cranked my wincing up a notch. But there was a way worse cat crime: Ove was going [...]

    • Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

      This was such a nice story! It's about the transformations we go through in life and how different events within our life affect, shape us, and make us who we are today.

    • Megan Johnson says:

      Since I have been reading more and more, I have realized that it is not always beneficial to give each book a 5 star rating just because you got to the end of it. This book, I mean THIS BOOK deserves a 5 star rating. If I could give it more than I would, but alas I cannot. :(So, here's the review. Greif is a strange thing, I have heard many people say. I have lost people in my life, but not in the way that Ove has in this book. Ove mother dies when he is young, leaving Ove and his father. His fa [...]

    • Mio says:

      I bought this book expecting some easy entertainment, you know, a few giggles here and there. I did not expect to spend almost half an hour crying my eyes out after finishing it - and yet, that's exactly what I did. Ove is a grumpy old man. He wants things to be "right" and doesn't think twice about the fact that he isn't always perceived as fair - and that always keeping to the truth can actually make people stay away from you. This book is a journey. For Ove, for Ove's surroundings and for the [...]

    • Candace says:

      This definitely isn't my usual type of book, but I'm glad I read it. Every once in a while, you have to change things up a little. 'A Man Called Ove' was a great choice for me.Ove is a wonderful character. He is opinionated, cantankerous and utterly set in his ways. He is a man that has been left behind in many ways, unwilling to adapt and unable to understand the thought process that drives "modern man" in this technological era.When his new neighbor's failed attempts to back a trailer up draws [...]

    • Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      Ein Mann namens Ove = A Man Called Ove, Fredrik BackmanA Man Called Ove (original title in Swedish: En man som heter Ove) is a 2012 novel by Fredrik Backman, a Swedish columnist, blogger and writer. It was published in English in 2013. The English version reached the New York Times Best Seller list 18 months after it was published and stayed on the list for 42 weeks.تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز بیست و هشتم ماه اکتبر سال 2016 میلادیعنوان: مردی به [...]

    • Emily (Books with Emily Fox) says:

      I laughed. I cried. If you want a contemporary that will warm you up inside this is the one you should read.It also gave me some strong vibes of the movie Gran Torino!4 or 5 stars I'm not sure yet!

    • Debbie "DJ" says:

      When I began reading A Man Called Ove, I thought what a clever tale of an angry old man. The kind that believes rules and regulations are of utmost importance, that see the world filled with stupid people, and is always right. The way the author describes him and his actions are hilarious, as I have known a few Oves myself. They have their principles! The only person Ove had and loved dearly, was his wife, Sonja. She has just passed away, and all Ove wants to do is kill himself, but those pesky [...]

    • Carol says:

      OMGOSH, what a wonderful novel! I now have my first super-favorite of 2015!This is a story of the deep and everlasting love of a contrary 59 year old man who struggles each and every day to cope with the pain and loss of the only person who ever understood him, and the never-ending guilt of not preventing a horrible tragedy.It is also a comical and entertaining account of A Man Called Ove and his peculiar ways honest man with strict principles who abhors "the men in white shirts" that have done [...]

    • Shelby *trains flying monkeys* says:

      I've always had a thing for grumpy old men. Not in a pervy way you nut job! I've always favored them in real life because probably I'm one of those people who tolerate little bullshit and they fit that for me.Plus most of them really don't like people. Ove is my kind of people. He comes across as a pretty big curmudgeon. All he wants to do is commit suicide. People won't leave him alone long enough to do it. He misses his outgoing wife and doesn't think he has much to live for. Then the neighbor [...]

    • Matthew says:

      This is an excellent heartwarming and humorous book. Basically, a series of short stories about a man called Ove that all combine together into an awesome all-encompassing storyline.Ove is a grumpy old man who has a cynical approach to everything. But, how he got this way, combined with the relationships he "accidentally" develops lead to a lot of unexpected twists and turns.One of the things I loved about this book is that seemingly serious situations end up hilarious, while scenes that seem to [...]

    • Mandy says:

      I MUST ALERT YOU THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE STUPID AND CAN'T SEE THAT I CLICKED THE SPOILER BUTTON. DON'T READ REVIEW IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE SPOILERS.I am an utterly blubbering fool right now. I loved this book and I adored Ove and all the other characters. The end took me by surprise and I really wasn't expecting Ove to die at the end and it was so sad. This was such an amazing book! I loved this book so much. I wish I could give it 10 stars and I hope that one day Hollywood co [...]

    • Hannah Greendale says:

      Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend.Ove is a surly man who keeps to himself. He cares about rules, routine, and being left alone to go about his business. His quiet life is upended by chatty new neighbors who flatten his mailbox, drive over his flowerbed, and insert themselves into his house and his life with careless disregard for his needs. Though Ove prefers to be free of their nuisance interruptions, they’re the first of many whose lives [...]

    • Maureen says:

      I'm probably going to be crying about this book forever.There are so many things to love in this book. It's a story about an old crotchety man unwillingly being thrust into friendships that change his life, as well as a bit about his past too. There's really nothing I didn't love about this book. It had me laughing one minute and tearing up the next, and by the end I was bawling.I also listened to the audiobook which was SO GOOOOD.

    • Jen says:

      Alright. This book pissed me off. It took far too much time to get some traction. I lost my buddy along the way and was tempted to join her, if not for some rave reviews. So, I persevered. And then I was no longer pissed off at Backman or Ove. I rather got a little sentimental even, by the end of it.Ove is a grumpy old man (he's only 59 but you would think he was ancient). He's an introvert who has lost his wife which translates to he has lost his life. His mission is to commit suicide to be rec [...]

    • Algernon says:

      A man named Ove knocked on my door and asked if I have space on my shelves for a stray book about an angry, bitter, contrarian, (view spoiler)[ suicidal(hide spoiler)] old man. I hesitated for a second, thinking I don't need to get more depressed than I already am, but then I took another look at his wooden clogs, his out-of-fashion clothes and frowning brow, and decided: "What the heck! I'll give it a try! I'll read a couple of chapters and see how I feel about it." Ove is fifty-nine.He drives [...]

    • Snotchocheez says:

      2.5 starsI've read all my GR friends' wildly divergent reviews of Fredrik Backman's debut novelA Man Called Ove and can find something to agree with in each of them. Nods to those who enjoyed the comedy of errors. Nods to the ailurophiles who despised Ove's treatment of the cat. Nods to those who couldn't get enough of Ove's archetypal curmudgeonly character. Nods to those who found Ove's transformation from hating the world to being a reluctant hero an unlikely and transparently feel-good-y aff [...]

    • Greg says:

      This might be a funny/sweet novel about a curmudgeonly old man, who knows that any thinking person would do things properly but unfortunately the world is full of idiots who do everything incorrectly and need someone like Ove to keep things in line. I'm not really sure. Instead, it was a novel filled with with sucker punches right to my gut. I might be giving four stars to the Swedish equivalent of Mitch Albom, but fuck it.

    • Raeleen Lemay says:

      I'm kicking myself for not picking this book up sooner.I absolutely adored this book, and the only reason I've docked a star is because the writing style got on my nerves a bit (way too many similes, to the point of it being distracting), but everything else was AMAZING. I thought I would dislike reading about a grumpy old man, but I didn't! Ove was hilarious, sympathetic, and I never wanted to put the book down because I wanted to know how his story would play out. All in all, this is a great h [...]

    • Mischenko says:

      One of the best books I've read. Many emotions here. We'll written. *((Wow!))* I could read it all over again!

    • Luffy says:

      What a great book! So down to earth, so wacky, so funny, and so maudlin. The end was unexpected and it's worth reading the entire book by itself. The book is less than 350 pages long and it reads like a page turner.Ove is a militaristic sort of guy. He is so since quite a long time, but is it only a trait on the surface? Underneath that hard exterior is a sad and lonely guy. The author, Fredrik Backman's treatment of Ove's arc is brilliant. Ove, like most memorable characters, has an arc, where [...]

    • Julie says:

      A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman is a 2014 Atria publication. After I read ‘Britt-Marie Was Here’ and really enjoyed it, my friends strongly recommended this book, and were positive I would love it. I vowed to fit the book in as quickly as possible, and was thankful my library had a copy and the wait list wasn’t monstrous. I have no idea where to begin! This an amazing story, with the most interesting characters, humorous and emotional situations. The writing is unusual, with present t [...]

    • Angela M says:

      At first you think Ove is just an aging, cranky, overly fastidious man who complains about everything and everyone, but by the end of the book you will wish that you could be more like Ove . Ove is 59, and his wife of 40 years has recently died. He is now being forced to retire, and he has given up on life.As the story of his past unfolds through flashbacks, you realize how much sadness he has had in his life and you begin to see glimpses of his kindness. We see the loving relationship Ove had w [...]

    • Kelly (and the Book Boar) says:

      Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/ALL THE STARS!!!!!!It wasn’t supposed to be like this. You work and pay off the mortgage and pay taxes and do what you should. You marry. For better or for worse until death do us part, wasn’t that what they agreed? Ove remembers quite clearly that it was. And she wasn’t supposed to be the first one to die. Wasn’t it bloody well understood that it was his death they were talking about? Well, wasn’t it?And so begins Ove’s story. Left alone afte [...]

    • Diane says:

      This is one of those cutesy, grumpy-old-man-finds-love stories. I started off really enjoying the book, which has some amusing scenes, but I soon became disenchanted. The plot follows a predictable path, and I guessed all the beats before they happened. (view spoiler)[(Ove is a widower. He's depressed and was just forced to retire from his job. He tries several times to kill himself but he's always interrupted by some pesky new neighbors. A stray cat enters his life and, after much complaining, [...]

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