Superfred – borrow books from people nearby, find good reads and make new friends. Results 1 – 16 of 43 13 January by Niccolò Ammaniti and Jonathan Hunt by Niccol? AMMANITI and Fango. 29 June by Niccolo Ammaniti. Niccolò Ammaniti, author of I’m Not Scared, on LibraryThing. Grammatica pratica della lingua italiana: Eserciziario 1 copy; Rispetto (in Fango) 1 copy; Petits.
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Isabelle Pino father and Teasea mother. Although the events that take place is the stuff of crime fiction and thrillers, it’s given a fresh ‘take’ by being told from the point-of-view of the young protagonist who finds himself initially ‘outside’ the events that eventually rob him of his innocence and introduce him into the harsh world of adult reality. I mostri non esistono. Michele non sa cosa fare. And is the whole village in the know?
The protagonist of this story is a nine year old boy, and themes explored include the loss of childhood innocence, and the confusion of trying to make sense of the adult world. It is also sweet and gentle, and a lovely reflection on childhood.
Jun 01, SMLauri rated it liked it Shelves: Quando il mondo della tua infanzia viene trasformato in un istante in un incubo? This is one of the very few books where you actually feel the fear of the little boy, the kind of fear that reaches deep down into your bones and grips you.
Aug 03, Alex rated it liked it Shelves: In a minor scene, when he sees his friend dunking her dog in a disgustingly murky pond, he thinks she is killing him. He can no longer remain ammanihi, he must act. Michele stumbles upon a criminal secret and then spends his time frantically trying to help right the wrong.
This is one of the best thrillers I have read this year. I was so proud of this little boy for going the extra mile for what he thought was right.
This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [where was michele shot and who shot him? Recipients of the Viareggio Prize.
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Rather short novel but awfully though provoking. Entrambi sono pieni di suspense e colpi di scena. Fourth, I had trouble buying the fact that there was a whole slew of bad guys—including people you would expect to be good guys. His only concern is having to drag his little sister everywhere, his friend Salvatore and the unelected leader of the group who can be very cruel.
I really enjoyed this book. It opens in a small isolated Italian town where a 10 year old boy discovers a secret in an abandoned farmhouse.
Reading ammmaniti however was a completely different experience and a major disappointment. The reader witnesses a dual story: This novel was also adapted into a film version directed by Gabriele Salvatores in . We were cycling, all of us, just like the first time, towards the hill.
Somehow there is an apparent normality as the entire settlement seems to be involved. The atmosphere was close and the sky was an unnatural scarlet colour. Devi avere paura degli uomini, non dei mostri. Retrieved 15 August This idea kept me going for a few minutes, and led me to the ever faithful Amazon and Google.
Views Read Edit View history. There was a slight surprise in the circumstances surrounding the kidnapping which I thought was building to an exciting big ‘reveal’ at the end which unfortunately didn’t happen. What is the mysterious connection with his own family?