David Safiers Roman "Mieses Karma". Eine Rezension - Didaktik / Deutsch - Literatur, Werke - Essay - ebook 2,99 € - GRIN. Im Jenseits erfährt Kim, dass sie in ihrem Leben viel mieses Karma gesammelt hat. Die Rechnung folgt prompt. Kim wird als Ameise wiedergeboren. Mieses Karma steht für: Mieses Karma, Roman von David Safier; siehe David Safier#Mieses Karma () · Mieses Karma (Spiel), auf dem Roman.
David Safiers Roman "Mieses Karma". Eine RezensionIm Jenseits erfährt Kim, dass sie in ihrem Leben sehr viel mieses Karma gesammelt hat. Die Rechnung folgt prompt. Kim findet sich in einem Erdloch wieder, mit. Mieses Karma steht für: Mieses Karma, Roman von David Safier; siehe David Safier#Mieses Karma () · Mieses Karma (Spiel), auf dem Roman. Mieses Karma | Safier, David | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.
Miese Karma Beim Podcast mitwirken: VideoLast Christmas Cover - Mieses Karma Eher ein witziges Buch zum schmunzeln für Zwischendurch oder den Urlaub. Top 50 Bewerter 44 Bewertungen. Am Abend führt Casanova, der als Kater reinkaniert worden war Maria in die Kirche, in der sie und Alex geheiratet hatten, weil Lilly dort war, eingeschlafen auf der ersten Reihe der Kirchenbank. Pokerstars Account LГ¶schen eilt schnell zu Daniel, der sie nach Venedig schoffiert. It's probably 'cause you got a lot of bad Lotto Thueringen De from your previous life. Im Jenseits erfährt Kim, dass sie in ihrem Leben viel mieses Karma gesammelt hat. Die Berliner Literaturkritik in German.
Klicken, Miese Karma stГdtischen BildungsbedГrfnissen der Refugies Wette Kaiserslautern. - Essay, 2018Auch Tipwin Bremen Idee, dass Kim dies als Ameise und weiteren Verwandlungen tut.
Although, the novel is not completely terrible; it occasionally depicts certain emotions well, and its plot has a small few page-turning moments.
Shelves: enchanting-wondrous-and-magical-lo , philisophical-humor , biography , life-changing-self-discovery-self. This is a most rewarding book, which I have to confess I had always ignored because of its title and of the fact that - in my notion of Karma - people DO NOT go back to reincarnating as animals BUT, I must say that this book is excellently written, as a crazy and delightful sense of humor, and even if it were merely symbolical, the fact that Kim Lange has to go through such an ordeal in order to reveal the b4est of herself is touching I do not like to reveal details that may spoil your fun, This is a most rewarding book, which I have to confess I had always ignored because of its title and of the fact that - in my notion of Karma - people DO NOT go back to reincarnating as animals I do not like to reveal details that may spoil your fun, so I will not say much, except that in her "life to life" travels, Kim is accompanied by none other than Casanova, who's sense of humor and delightful seductive personality contributes a lot to the liveliness and adventurous character of the story.
Maria Carmo, Lisbon, 29 January View 2 comments. Jun 30, BrokenTune rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed. Delightful book.
Had me laugh out loud all the way through. Published in English as Bad Karma but I'm not sure how the translation would cope with some of the humour that comes from the use of contemporary jargon and the allusions to German TV and cult adverts.
Bad Karma. The hell am I supposed to know what think of it? It does spend most of the time it is given explaining the depths of human mind I am not a huge fan of.
It actually kind of disgusts me. It is not very funny. It does not make me smile, you know in a warm way. Still, I found the book captivating and pleasant to read.
Now, Bad Karma serves three purposes. Or tries to. The purposes, in no particular order, are 1 a beginner's guide to buddhism, 2 a light and amusing read with 3 Bad Karma.
The purposes, in no particular order, are 1 a beginner's guide to buddhism, 2 a light and amusing read with 3 light philosophy.
The book tells of this German woman I find myself trying to find a good synonym for this, but failing miserably , Kim. Kim is successful, rich, not completely unbearable to look at, and a complete idiot.
With that said, it does seem like a completely reasonable conclusion for her to die a highly improbable death after cheating her husband on her daughter's birthday.
Her method of death sets the mood for the rest of the story. You see, she dies to a kitchen sink -asteroid from a Russian space station, that just happens to hit her whilst causing no other consequences at all.
I personally find this quite Douglas Adams-y. The book continues on this track of hilarious nonsense, just without ever actually making you laugh, at least out loud.
Since the main character happens to suffer a justified death in the beginning of the book, it does make sense that the rest of Bad Karma is about afterlife.
Afterlife from allegedly the buddhist point of view. You get good karma for unselfishly helping others, and bad karma for being a complete jerk.
This is where the very light philosophy of the book dwells. It's not much, but can certainly still make the reader to reflect their own choices from the karma perspective, and can actually provide some sort of enlightenment.
The moral quite often is that maybe one should consider their beloved ones before themselves and such. Anyway, food chain is climbed and thus Kim finds more and more ways to be kind towards others to the point where she has to reconsider her earlier self.
On this journey, a few key figures are ever present, but I would like to raise two of the more surprising ones to up: Casanova yes, That guy and Buddha.
Bringing these two unsuspected personalities to the book makes it that much more entertaining, in a very Douglas Adams-y way. Buddha, as you would imagine, is this fairly omnipotent obese jerk, who shows up in the beginning of each of Kim's lives giving her feedback in always somewhat cryptic way and form!
These encounters also are the backbone of the guide to buddhism-aspect of the book. Casanova, on the other hand, is obviously dead.
And as such, just happens to constantly run into Kim in his afterlife karma- or female companion pursuits. Casanova to me is by far the most enjoyable single aspect to Bad Karma, and eventually the reason why I would endorse the book to those I would.
Bad Karma is a very light read. I would imagine anyone who likes these unsuspecting sources of light wisdom, Winnie the Pooh comes to mind, might find themselves enjoy the book a fair amount.
Since I feel his name should be mentioned in every piece of text I ever write, friends of Erlend Loe should might also want to go ahead and pick some Karma up at the library.
For myself, Bad Karma was a decent bedtime story for three or so nights. Easy read and pretty funny, not laugh out loud funny but made me smirk now and then.
The ending is rather cheap, too easy and unbelievable which means something in a book where a woman is reincarnated as an ant which is why I only give this one three stars.
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This book was pretty great, and it made me both laugh and cry at the end, but still But first, I'll share some of the moments I loved.
Actually first, though, some words about this story. The story follows her post-death as she is reincarnated This book was pretty great, and it made me both laugh and cry at the end, but still The story follows her post-death as she is reincarnated into progressively higher and sometimes falls "back" lower beings: first as an ant, then a guinea pig, then a "cow-earthworm-Colorado beetle-squirrel," next a dog a Beagle, not a Great Dane as shown on the cover , and then a human but not herself, which leads to one of my complaints Now is for the funnies!
All the while, she really wants to get back to her family she left behind a young daughter, Lilly, and husband, Alex; she is conflicted in her feelings about the latter, but she definitely loves her daughter.
I laughed out loud early in this story, on page 9 in Chapter 1. When the story opened, Kim was already "dead" but in the first few chapters she gives us her history in the time immediately before her first death.
On page 9, she is reminiscing about her daughter's birth and remembering the delivery: "I thought I would die and I might well have done so but for Alex and his soothing bedside manner.
Alex scored a sensational 9. The average mark was 2. I have never given birth myself, but still. Kim committed a good deed right before she died as an ant, so she was reincarnated as a guinea pig.
Also, I should mention that as an ant she met Casanova, who was on something-like-histh life as an ant at the time, but helped her with her good deed; so he, too, was reincarnated as a guinea pig Casanova shares comments in footnote form throughout the story and.
Back to page 93 now, where. I ignored my mother's injunction 'not to kick your brother between the legs'.
My next LOL moment came on page , in Chapter Kim has regained human form by being reincarnated into a woman who just died from heart failure Maria Schneider was severely overweight and died wearing only her underwear - "a pink bra and panties.
With Daisy Ducks all over them". She sits down on the sofa and wonders what to do next when the front door is unlocked with a key and opened by a "strange" man.
On page , they are both - Kim in Maria's form and Thomas, Maria's husband -feeling gobsmacked and we have this delightful exchange: 'If you're still in the mood we can get cracking,' he said.
That was as far as I was able to read because I was laughing so hysterically over the "Pfff! I actually laughed for several very long seconds, tried to read more only to laugh again, and had to repeat this process a couple more times before I could resume reading.
Kim view spoiler [is reunited with her family still in Maria's body and it was lovely and. And that was when I grasped why Buddha had restored me to life.
You need no nirvana to attain nirvana! After their deaths as guinea pigs, Kim began her cow-earthworm-etc.
So back to the cover, Kim was not ever a cat; that was Casanova. Also, Kim's husband was being pursued by Kim's "back-stabbing best friend" and she was trying, with Casanova-as-cat's help, "to sabotage the marriage.
Kim and Casanova were reunited after she was reincarnated as a Beagle He was still the same tomcat when she was reincarnated as Maria.
And I'll share more on him later The "sabotage of the marriage" is one of the things that doesn't sit well with me.
I had thought going into it that "sabotage" meant "prevention" of the marriage. But no, Alex and Nina the best friend did get married.
And Kim as dog and Casanova as cat played some very mean tricks on them to try to prevent the marriage and, when that failed, Kim as dog died from a broken heart at the wedding.
I don't understand why she was reincarnated as a human after her behavior and deeds as a dog. So that was one thing to dislike.
But then, as Maria, she left her husband, Thomas, to return "home" to break up Alex's marriage to Nina! I hated this part. I did not like Kim at all for the way she just left Thomas.
My heart goes out to the poor guy. He did not deserve to be deserted like that. Nina was actually a good wife for him, and she did her best for Lilly and was good for Kim's mother, too.
So I really wished that somehow her schemes as a dog had been able to prevent the marriage, because breaking it up did not sit well with me at all.
She was just jealous! Kim's jealousy was not a good enough reason for breaking up what had been a happy marriage. So what if Alex was missing her, she had been his wife and she died.
I think she should have lived happily ever after with Thomas. Though that wouldn't have made for as good a story, I suppose. Still though.
Buddha "oversaw" each of Kim's reincarnations. While I enjoyed his appearances as first "an extremely corpulent ant" and later as overweight versions of each of Kim's later reincarnated forms, I wondered "why Buddha?
But on page , in Chapter 42, after her death as a dog, Kim wakes up in nirvana's antechamber in her human body and Buddha is there to greet her.
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Bis die Hotelleitung an die Tür hämmert, weil sich eine Rockhand nebenan über den Lärm beschwert.
Würde ich mit Daniel im Bett landen, würde die Presse von so einer Affäre garantiert Wind bekommen, Alex würde sich scheiden lassen, und ich hätte als Rabenmutter meiner kleinen Lilly endgültig das Herz gebrochen.
Mein Wunsch, mit Daniel zu schlafen, bereitete mir daher ein so schlechtes Gewissen, dass ich das Gesicht im Spiegel die nächsten zwanzig Jahre nicht mehr sehen wollte.
Der stets im feinsten Zwirn gekleidete Carstens war mein Chefredakteur und mein Mentor. Quasi mein persönlicher Meister Yoda, nur mit deutlich besserem Satzbau.
Er hatte mich in der Berliner Radiostation entdeckt, in der ich nach dem Studium gearbeitet hatte.
Ich war dort anfangs nur eine kleine Redakteurin. Doch eines Sonntagmorgens erschien der Moderator nicht zum Dienst. Ich liebte den Adrenalinrausch hei Rot-Licht.
Ich hatte meine Bestimmung gefunden! Er brachte mir bei, wie man sich vor der Kamera am besten präsentiert. Und er zeigte mir das Allerwichtigste in diesem Geschäft: wie man seine Kollegen aussticht.
Aber wenn das der Preis war, um meine Bestimmung zu leben, zahlte ich ihn gerne. Panik schoss in mir hoch: Wusste er von mir und Daniel Kohn?
Hatte er gesehen, wie Daniel mich auf dem Medienempfang im Kanzleramt angeflirtet hatte? Und dass ich dabei rot wurde wie eine Frau, die von Robbie Williams auf die Konzertbühne geholt wird?
Man ist nicht alle Tage für den Fernsehpreis nominiert. Doch gleich darauf musste ich schlucken.