Tutto per una ragazza Sam ha quasi sedici anni e vive a North London con la mamma una giovane mamma single che non ostacola la sua grande passione per lo skateboard Superato il periodo dei litigi fra i genitori superati

  • Title: Tutto per una ragazza
  • Author: Nick Hornby Silvia Piraccini
  • ISBN: 9788846210470
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sam ha quasi sedici anni e vive a North London con la mamma, una giovane mamma single che non ostacola la sua grande passione per lo skateboard Superato il periodo dei litigi fra i genitori, superati i problemi a scuola con l odiata matematica, Sam da un po sta uscendo con Alicia, una di quelle ragazze di cui ci si innamora esattamente dopo due secondi Forse questo signSam ha quasi sedici anni e vive a North London con la mamma, una giovane mamma single che non ostacola la sua grande passione per lo skateboard Superato il periodo dei litigi fra i genitori, superati i problemi a scuola con l odiata matematica, Sam da un po sta uscendo con Alicia, una di quelle ragazze di cui ci si innamora esattamente dopo due secondi Forse questo significa che per Sam arrivato il momento fatidico di fare sesso, ma lui sa che fare sesso a quindici anni una cosa grossa, se tua mamma ne ha trentuno La sfida allora diventa sfuggire al destino beffardo che incombe sulla sua famiglia, in cui tutti inciampano sempre sul primo gradino , insomma sembrano destinati a fare una scemenza e a passare il resto della vita a cercare di rimediare Ci riuscir A sostenerlo nell impresa c un amico straordinario in tutti i sensi, anzi un Eroe Tony Hawk, re degli skater Solo con lui anzi, con il suo poster, che tiene appeso in camera Sam pu confidarsi e Tony non lo deluder mai.

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    1. Re: SlamTo: Nick HornbyFrom: Bonnie LumleySent: September 30, 2009Hi Nick, Glad to hear you’re back to writing adult fiction now; I hate to say it, but I don’t think writing young-adult fiction is your strength. Slam was a worthwhile experiment; but you’ve done better, and maybe could have done better here. Maybe if you’d written it from the POV of Sam’s mum instead of 16-year-old Sam, you’d have been able to offer your readers a more pleasing, polished novel. No offence, but it seem [...]

    2. Wow, this book was ATROCIOUS. It's like Nick Hornby sat down and thought of all the worst cliches about teen books and then decided he could write a teen novel. The main character is a teenage skater who's so obsessed with Tony Hawk that he dialogues with the Tony Hawk poster above his bed on a nightly basis. He asks the poster questions about life, and the poster responds with parts of Tony Hawk's autobiography that the kid has memorized from reading so many times. I didn't buy it -- c'mon, Ton [...]

    3. So it just may be that Nick Hornby is overrated. He did spark quite an interest (and I'm counting myself in this category, while everyone else was probably in the post Bridget Jones and Pre Stephanie Meyer stage). "About a Boy", though the movie surpasses book in myriad ways, was incredibly original. The duality of both the man-boy and boy-man was absolute perfection.I have read only "The Polysyllabic Spree", which was about the love of books (pretty good, swift nonfiction to pass the time) and [...]

    4. English author Nick Hornby has dutifully produced ‘vox populi’ fiction about contemporary men struggling to grow up, cope, and accept responsibility for the better part of fifteen years. Often these males are self-absorbed, id-driven, and change themselves for others. Readers respond with great enthusiasm; men read them as how-to manuals. His latest offering, Slam, follows the same formula – but it’s written in the sprawling vocabulary and context of a teenager.Hornby’s writing style h [...]

    5. I'm a big Nick Hornby fan but this was crap. Crapity crap crap crap - probably didn't help that i was pregnant when i read it - its main character is a teenage boy who gets his girlfriend pregnant and has a fit with his leg in the air then legs it. It uses a very annoying bollocks plot thing as well, and i can't remember the proper term so you won't know what i mean unless you read it but i seriously don't recommend you do but if you choose to you can have my copy cause i stupidly bought mine - [...]

    6. I am an enthusiastic fan of Nick Hornby, having read most of his fiction and non-fiction books, with High Fidelity a clear favorite - both the book and the movie. He has demonstrated repeatedly that he is funny and smart and insightful. Which makes writing the review ofSlamall the more difficult. Is this the same guy who penned Fever Pitch and A Way Long Down? Why is Slam such a trainwreck? It's not the Y.A. content, at least not on principle: I admire John Green, Catherynne Valente and I had fu [...]

    7. I wasn’t particularly looking forward to reading Nick Hornby’s ‘Slam’, his first teenage novel. It was nineteen years since I was last a teenager and even then I think I was probably too old for the term to really stick. However this was a novel by Nick Hornby whose ‘High Fidelity’ is my favourite novel; whose ‘Fever Pitch’ is my favourite memoir; I think you get the idea, I like Nick Hornby, I don’t however like teenagers. Anyway there was nothing for it, I had to roll up my s [...]

    8. Accattivante e gradevole come al solito lo stile di Hornby, ma la storia presenta innegabili forzature, rivelandosi nell’insieme alquanto artefatta e priva di spessore. L’argomento non è certo dei più semplici da trattare e l’autore lo affronta con il consueto buongusto, in un mix perfetto di concrete considerazioni e trovate godibilissime. Ciò che non funziona, a mio avviso, è la banalità del ricorso al flashforward premonitore per anticipare gli eventi che, unito ad un troppo manife [...]

    9. Reviewed by The Compulsive Reader for TeensReadTooSam figures that his life is going pretty well. He's doing all right in school, he gets along with his mom, he has a great girlfriend, and is getting good at skateboarding. He has aspirations of attending college, unlike his mom, who had to drop out of school when she became pregnant with him. But all of his dreams come crashing down when his girlfriend, Alicia, tells him that she's pregnant. And she has no intention of getting rid of the baby. S [...]

    10. Lettura godevole ma abbastanza inutile. I due piani, la storia e la scrittura, non sono funzionali l'uno all'altro. Cioè, sono stati pensati per esserlo ma la cosa non funziona. Hornby ha scelto di scrivere il libro in prima persona, mettendosi nei panni di Sam, come se fosse un 18enne che ripensa agli ultimi due anni. Usa un linguaggio volutamente semplice (scrive come "pensa" e non come si presume parli Sam: in tutto il libro credo di non aver contato più di 3-4 parolacce e la cosa è un po' [...]

    11. Just before he turned 16, Sam's life was going pretty well. His mother - who was only 16 years old herself when she had Sam - just dumped her terrible boyfriend, his teachers began encouraging him to seriously consider studying graphic design in college, and his skateboarding skills were slowly but surely improving after years of practice at the local skatepark in his working-class London neighborhood. He even met a really cute girl named Alicia at a party his mum dragged him to, and they began [...]

    12. I think I'd read a Nick Hornby Novel even if it were just his characters reading ads from a phone book. Part of it is the cool way that those Brits sound when they talk about anything, but the voices of a Hornby character will stay with you for a while. His Narrator in this book, Sam, like the narrators of High Fidelity and About A Boy, has many chuckalicious turns of phrase. But few writers are going to attempt the first person narrative if they can't manage to handle one distinctive voice. If [...]

    13. 2.5 starsThis book was okay, but only okay. Slam is the story of Sam, a sixteen-year-old boy totally obsessed with skateboarding and the pro skater, Tony Hawk. Sam meets Alicia at a party and they quickly start seeing each other and almost as quickly stop seeing each other. Then it turns out that Sam and Alicia have got themselves into trouble, and Sam is suddenly looking down the barrel of having to grow up quite quickly.The plot of the book was okay and centred around Sam coming to terms with [...]

    14. There was a character in this book called "Rubbish", which would have been an apt title for the whole mess.

    15. Ник Хорнби «Слэм».Жить вообще легче, когда не заморачиваешься. А я заморачиваюсь.«Слэм» - это история парня 16-лет отроду, который впервые вступает в сексуальные отношения с девушкой своего возраста. Через такое то время девушка узнает, что беременна.Я бы описала эту книгу к [...]

    16. This book is very interesting becuase it almost connects to a real life situation that happening between you and the book itself. This book mostly talks about relationships problems. For example Sam and Alicia were facing some problems at the end of the book because Sam was relizing that he didnt know what got into him so was facing some tough times. But at the end he fixed their problem and they both contined their lifes together.

    17. Che tenerezza infinita questo libro! Divertente, tragicomico, a tratti commoventevo dire che mi è proprio piaciuto! Mi sono affezionata a Sam, ad Alicia, alle loro strampalate famiglie e a quella che stava per crearsi. Bello :)

    18. Sam is a skater. Not a roller skater, but a skateboarder. He loves Tony Hawk and working out new skateboard tricks. He also loves his mum, even though she's young enough to be an older sister. But everything changes when his ex-girlfriend delivers the news: she's pregnant.Now that he faces fatherhood as a very young man, Sam must make adult-sized choices. He's determined to do the right thing. His father didn't, and he's grown up seeing how it has affected his mother. But sometimes doing the rig [...]

    19. Someone - maybe Greil Marcus? - once said something to the effect of "I'd listen to a record of Bob Dylan reading the phone book." Well, I used to feel that way about Nick Hornby. I love his writing so much that I figured I'd read his children's books, his cookbooks, his YA fiction. Well, scratch the latter, for sure. Yes, he gets inside his teenage hero's head and he captures the way teenagers probably think. But what's the fun in that? I loved his other books because they seemed effortless as [...]

    20. I think it was a good book because it shows what will happen to a teen in real life that actually gets a girl pregnant.Also because the boy goes to the future and sees his future with the child.

    21. This book I read in guidance was pretty good and I enjoyed it. There was some parts of the book that did have somewhat inappropriate. This book was bout a teenage boy who thought h would never fall in love with any girl that he met, but his mother disagreed. So they go to a party and he falls in love.

    22. Non so se fosse più la noia atroce o il fastidio per la stupidità agghiacciante dei personaggi, unita a un linguaggio finto-giovanilistico francamente irritante.Aggiungiamo il fatto che non mi piaceva la lettura, e mi trovo ad abbandonarlo senza rimpianti.

    23. Written by: Nick HornbyNarrated by: Nicholas HoultLength: 7 hrs and 17 minsUnabridged Audiobook‘Slam’ was the 2007 contemporary young adult novel from Nick Hornby, and I’ve been meaning to read it ever since Hornby said this very intelligent thing about YA books:“I see now that dismissing YA books because you’re not a young adult is a little bit like refusing to watch thrillers on the grounds that you’re not a policeman or a dangerous criminal, and as a consequence, I’ve discovered [...]

    24. Hornby je izvrstan pripovjedac i uglavnom pise o problemskim temama. Volim njegov osjecaj za situaciju i likove koji pokazuju zbilja uvjerljive emocije i u potpuno su pogodenim unutarnjim sukobima i sukobima s neposrednom okolinom. I volim to sto on to sve nekako poravna na kraju, pa premda nema nadrealno sretne krajeve, uvijek se nade vise optimizma Mislim da je problem tinejdzerske trudnoce razlozio na skroz primjeren i realan nacin, ali jedina moja zamjerka ide onim vizijama s TH jer mi je u [...]

    25. In this Novel set in the present, Sam is a 16-year-old British skateboarder had a life that was starting to turn out well for him. His mother dumped her terrible boyfriend, and he had a gorgeous girlfriend named Alicia, but most of all, a poster Sam's favorite skater, Tony hawk (nickname TH) had conversations and gave him great advice daily . After he impregnates Alicia, TH made Sam have a dream that whizzed him into the future showing Sam how things would eventually turn out with his new son an [...]

    26. Siento que leí este libro demasiado tiempo después de su momento indicado (puede que la edad precisa para leerlo fuese a los 18 0 19 años). Sin embargo, no me he quedado del todo impávido tras su lectura; de hecho, puede que me sienta más tranquilo de ver que ciertos miedos que poseo no son del todo únicos (una gran ingenuidad en la que suelo recaer). Tras apelar a la fantasía y la metáfora, Hornby parece querer dar a entender algo que, a mí parecer, es sumamente acertado: no interesa e [...]

    27. Slam looked to be a solid 4-star rating book, until I completed two-thirds of it and started wondering as to why it was not ending. The last one-third of the story was a complete drag, written more with the idea to achieve a certain number of pages than to add anything interesting to the story. As far as the first two-thirds of the book goes, it was great fun to read about this 16-year old London lad who is coming to terms with his new relationship and the complication it provides. Nick Hornby c [...]

    28. Starting out, it seemed that the thoughts and words of a 16 year old skater boy, Sam, were going to hold a bit of charm. 'If it was my mum's idea, then I wasn't interested.' Right on track, no? Early in the book, Sam says something about his mum 'laughing like a drain', later on he runs into a woman with an offending odor he describes thus - 'It's like she had been boiling cod or whatever for a thousand years.' That cracked me up. Unfortunately, these fun little bits and pieces did not prove eno [...]

    29. Dei libri di Hornby letti finora questo è quello che mi è piaciuto di più.Si legge in un soffio e, per chi è stato sedicenne tanti anni fa come me ma è a contatto con sedicenni tutti i giorni, fa sorridere ma fa anche riflettere sull'adolescenza e i suoi problemi, sulla vita, le sue pieghe e le sue curve.Sam, il protagonista, è un sedicenne timido e silenzioso, che vive un'età in cui "non si è nè carne nè pesce", alle prese con due genitori più immaturi di lui, che l'hanno avuto a 16 [...]

    30. I loved the voice of Slam. I thought it was so fresh, and I can see how it would appeal to teens as well as adults. This book deals with teen pregnancy and its aftermath in a way that's real - it's not just another morality tale for teens in which their lives are completely destroyed by premarital sex.You get to go along with 16-year-old Sam as his (and his girlfriend's) lives are turned upside-down by her pregnancy. You get to experience her labor and the birth of their baby through Sam's eyes. [...]

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