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  1. „Случили сте на автор.” Това ми каза една госпожа, докато четях книгата в автобуса. Доста хвалби ми каза по адрес и на книгата, и на автора. Вече спокойно мога да кажа – не без основание.Наистина чудесна и трогателна книга. Чете се невероятно леко и бързо, въпреки тъжната нот [...]

  2. Heaven Has no Favorites: readwithstyle.wordpress/20A few nights back my mother asked me who my most favorite authors were. Among the names I listed was of course Erich Maria Remarque. She had read most of his novels as a student but she found him way to depressing and she suggested it was about time I stopped being so suicidal and read something more cheerful.When I went to bed I started thinking about what she said. Having read 7 novels from Erich Maria Remarque, I agree he always creates a glo [...]

  3. Nakon što ( u kratkom roku) završih sa knjigom , nalazim se u istom tupom stanju kao nakon čitanja Konradovog Srca tame.Tupo, nemo osećanje nemoći da napišem nešto dostojno ovog turobnog plesa života i smrti, gorkih očekivanja i još otrovnijih preokreta sudbine.Remark piše jednostavno, nenametljivo. Atmosfera svakodnevice možda još snažnije doprinosi jačini utiska. Da, u Remarkovom delu ima dosta dramatičnih, fatalnih elemenata momente budi osećaj nekog klasičnog holivudskog no [...]

  4. I found this old book in an antique shop and it was a real treat. It tells the story of Lillian who is slowly dying and how she leaves a hospital in search of living out her final days in full. She meets Clerfayt, a race car driver. Essentially they each live for the moment and fall in love. We are all living an instant at a time, who know if we have a long life and does the future extend only to the next breath we each take. Who knows?

  5. Она протянула руку к телефону, но не сняла трубки. Она знала, что он ей скажет. Она знала также, что он будет прав; но какая в том польза, даже если знаешь, что другой прав? Разум дан человеку, чтобы он понял: жить одним разумом нельзя. Люди живут чувствами, а для чувств безразлич [...]

  6. Ενα βιβλιο που μέχρι τα 20 το είχα διαβάσει καμια 70αρια φορές Ενα βιβλιο που ειναι υπεύθυνο για την αγαπη μου στην F1.Ειναι σαν ενα flipside of the " magical mountain " . Η εμπειρία του θανάτου και του κινδύνου κυριαρχεί . You should read it for a few good reasons.

  7. I like books that make you stop and think (about life and what you're doing with it), those that inspire you to try contemplate the world in a way different than your routine one, through the eyes of the character that struck you with perceptions not shared by the common lads. Now I often find myself thinking: if I knew I'd die in a month, how would that thing I'm looking at right now feel for me, how would I see it differently, enjoy it more perhaps?"Heaven has no favorites" is one of those boo [...]

  8. As if gazing down a long corridor, Lillian saw what remained, what could still possibly happen between them. It was a corridor that narrowed steadily, and did not have an exit. She could not walk along it. Others, who had more time,probably could do it. Not she. And in love, there was no turning back. You could never begin afresh; what had happened remained in your blood. Clerfayt could never again be as he had been with her. He could be that way with any other woman, but not with her. What they [...]

  9. "إن علينا أن نتخذ من كل لحظة نحياها سلاحا نقاوم به الخوف مما هو آت"

  10. I missed the atmosphere of "The three comrades" when I finished reading this book and was really glad to discover that "Heaven has no favourites" has got much in common with it. The author managed to capture my attention from the very first page and I had a feeling that the characters were my close friends because the character sketches were well-defined.I felt sympathy for Lilian because she reminded me of Pat from "The three comrades". Her strong desire to live despite her illness can inspire [...]

  11. The language at first seems a bit outdated, but Remarque wrote this book almost 50 years ago. In a time when people were different as well. Had more manners at least, if nothing else. In my mind I was juggling with this fact, 50 years ago. Remarque was internationally well known writer, and nowadays, he is forgotten. But this book is great. There were times when I felt disconnected with the characters and I was frowning because I was expecting so much of it. But I didn’t understand it, and I w [...]

  12. A shining masterpiece that left a tremendous impression on me. The storyline is almost missing and the novel has nothing unnecessary. It is full of european atmosphere: pictures of snowy mountains of Switzerland, rich smell of Italian sea and Paris morning are like a touch away. Each and every little event, thought or dialog has a moral enough for a short story of it's own, and the main idea touches the depths of human existence, not only the meaning of life as a full, but the meaning of every s [...]

  13. Cerul nu iartă pe nimeni este un roman despre iubire, viteză, atemporalitate și veșnicie, totul presărat cu multă melancolie. Dacă vă doriți o lectură liniștită, care te face să te gândești la personaje și care te absoarbe fără a fi tumultoasă, romanul lui Erich Maria Remarque este cel potrivit. Recenzia completă pe blog.

  14. This book showed great insight on the matters of life and death. I would recommend it to someone who wants to learn how to appreciate life's every moment. If you have ever considered that life is not worth living, this book is for you! 5/5!

  15. «Место, где ты живешь, не имеет ничего общего с самой жизнью. Я понял, что нет такого места, которое было бы настолько хорошим, чтобы ради него стоило бросаться жизнью. И таких людей, ради которых это стоило бы делать, тоже почти нет.»Романы Ремарка печальны. И печальны даже не [...]

  16. Разтърсваща! Това е думата, която изниква в съзнанието ми, след като прочетох тази книга. Това бе първият ми досег до Ремарк и смея да твърдя, че не само опроверга представите ми, а ги отвя като снежна виелица високо в планината! Сюжетът е толкова истински, житейски, донякъде [...]

  17. Книгата беше тъжна и дълбока, главно защото те кара да се замислиш за смисъла на живота. Чрез съдбите на двамата герои - Лилиан и Клерфе авторът ни представя две различни гледни точки върху човешкото съществуване и ме лично ме накара за пореден път да се запитам кое в живота [...]

  18. Remarque is just astonishing, he's quickly becoming one of my favourite authors. Each book he writes is a new adventure of the soul. You instantly want to cry reading the pages and getting closer to the end of the book which you know will make you really sad. Everyone could relate to the topics he writes about. Lillian and Clerfayt's love is unconventional and tragic, yet beautiful and touching. A brilliant masterpiece.

  19. Человеку, которому предстоит долгая жизнь,не обращает на время никакого внимания: он думает, что впереди у него целая вечность. А когда он подводит итоги и подсчитывает сколько он действительно жил, то оказывается, что всего-то у него было несколько дней или в лучшем случае [...]

  20. Мислех да пиша за тази книга, но се оказва, че не могаПрочетете я. Задължително я прочетете!

  21. Šį mėnesį teko keletą kartų keliauti tarpmiestiniais autobusais, telefone apgyvendinta knyga „Dangus neturi išrinktųjų” buvo mano palydovė. Kelionės, iš tiesų, tapo daug kartų malonesnės. Ir ne tik. Apie šitą knygą mąstydavau ir nevažiuodama. Baigiau skaityti taip pat ne autobuse. Tiesiog negalėjau susilaikyti neperskaičius pagaliau iki galo. Pradėti skaityti ją pasirinkau labai tinkamu laiku ir į situacijas, susiklosčiusias pastaruoju metu, privertė pažiūrėti i [...]

  22. Животът, през очите на прекрасната Лилиан, покварена от туберкулоза в терминална фаза и този на състезателят Клерфе, който всекидневно зове смъртта си по пистите. Срещата им е в "ада на земята",в санаториум с болни,скрит в "пазвите" на швейцарските Алпи, където живота тече ба [...]

  23. Невероятна книга. Първите 100-120стр се четат на един дъх, не исках да пускам книгата. За съжаление последваха малко по-скучни глави, за да дойде един неочакван, но напълно логичен край, който оставя читателя пълен с въпроси. Поредната земна и човешка книга на Ремарк. В главата м [...]

  24. This is the story of trying to live life to the fullest, not giving up, irony of life and love.I must have read this book 4 times and know I will read it again in couple of years. I just have exceptionally soft spot for Remarque.

  25. A great story of love and death, following each other. A story of one's search for happiness. A story proving that life is not in the number of days lived, but the number of minutes lived fully and passionately.

  26. Konec napůl jasný od začátku, druhou půlku jsem očekávala od prostředka. Smutný, ale hezký. Čtivě psaný. Po dlouhý době PŘEKVAPIVĚ knížka, kterou se mi hůře odkládalo stranou :-)

  27. I received this book from an acquaintance nearly a decade ago with the following note attached:"Dear Amanda, Best wishes for the holidays! I hope you will enjoy this book as much as I did. I tried to find a new copy of the book but it is apparently out of print, so I am sending you my own copy. I also have another copy in German. I always felt that my attitude to this book was unique. I read it differently than others because of my constant battle with health. And there was always certain sadnes [...]

  28. არის რემარკი კარგი მწერალი? თუ მისი წიგნების გაყიდვადობას გავითვალისწინებთ ( და ისედაც) , არის. მაგრამ არის დიდი მწერალი? არა, ძალიან მეეჭვება. ბუნებრივია, არ შეიძლება მხოლოდ ერთი წიგნით მსჯ [...]

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