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Ein Doktor untersucht in einer Klinik das Gehirn eines 9-jährigen Jungen, der in jedem seiner Lebensjahre einen Unfall überlebte, der tödlich hätte enden können. An seinem neunten Geburtstag stürzte er von einer Klippe und verlor das Bewusstsein. von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "The 9th Life of Louis Drax". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Berechtigt zum kostenfreien. medikamente4u.eu - Kaufen Sie The 9th Life of Louis Drax (IMPORT) (Keine deutsche Version) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Regisseur Alexandre Aja verpackt in seiner Verfilmung von Liz Jensens Roman „The 9th Life Of Louis Drax“ ein Kriminaldrama um Vertuschungen und. Etter å ha overlevd åtte livsfarlige ulykker i sitt uheldige liv faller Louis Drax (Aiden Longworth) utfor et stup på niårsdagen sin. Politiet søker etter grunnen til fallet. The 9th Life of Louis Drax. IMDb 6,31 Std. 48 Min+. A psychologist who begins working with a young boy who has suffered a near-fatal fall finds himself. The 9th Life of Louis Drax – Alexandre Aja stellt das offizielle US-Kinoposter vor. Alexandre Aja kann auch ohne literweise Blut und Gedärm. Mit der.
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Like Dr. God, I hated him. Jun 28, Kat rated it liked it Shelves: favorites. This book kept me at the edge of my seat. It reminded me some of Gillian Flynn's Sharp Objects with the dark and sinister tone of the book.
However I have to say once I figured out what was happening I was a little let down. I was hoping for something more. I came to this book in a rather roundabout way.
I've been on a kick of renting DVDs from my library, and each movie has several previews featured, which are usually "my" kind of movies.
I'm ever so glad I did. Louis Drax is a very strange boy, one who is very accident-prone, and who seems to be on his eighth life, like a cat.
He's bullied at school, called Wacko Boy, and his parents, who are o I came to this book in a rather roundabout way.
He's bullied at school, called Wacko Boy, and his parents, who are on the verge of separating, have him seeing a psychologist that he calls Fat Perez.
He's not a very likeable boy at all, and he talks about things that no 9-year-old boy should know about. And then, for his 9th birthday, his parents take him on a picnic outside Paris, where he falls off a cliff and dies.
But then in the morgue, he comes back to life, except he's in a coma. It's then that we meet Dr. Pascal Dannachet, a specialist in the treatment of patients in comas, and the book then switches back and forth between Louis in his coma, and Dr.
Dannachet dealing with both Louis and his mother Natalie, as Louis's father Pierre seems to have gone missing after Louis's horrific accident. But is it an accident?
Did Louis tumble off the cliff to his seeming death, or was he pushed? This is such an odd and strange book, but I must say I really liked it. I'd call it a psychological thriller, although it's rather a slow burn.
You keep reading, wondering how everything fits together, why Louis talks about the things he does, why he's such an unlikable kid, why his mother is so attached to him, why his father is missing.
And slowly, like a flower unfolding its petals one by one, each fact is revealed to the reader. Jensen masterfully increases the tension with each chapter, even as she makes the reader uncomfortable and off-balance with Louis's internal monologue.
To be honest, I wasn't even sure I even liked this book until I reached the end, and then I was blown away by how Jensen wrapped everything up.
I'm surprised to realize that the book was written in English, with all the French references. And yet it annoys me that the movie has Anglicized several characters' names, like Peter for Pierre Louis's father , and Dr.
Allan Pascal for Dr. If you like strange and unusual books, this might just be right up your alley. I loved it. Louis is very intelligent, precocious and deceitful for reasons you will find out.
Following a tragic accident when Louis falls into a ravine, at the time he and his parents were enjoying a picnic when the accident occurred, now his father is missing, his mother is in shock and Louis is in a coma.
L 'The Ninth Life of Louis Drax' is the story of nine year old Louis Drax, a boy who is accident prone and believes he is living his ninth life after losing the previous eight due to his accidents.
Louis is admitted to a clinic in Provence under the care of Dr Pascal, as time passes, Dr Pascal finds himself falling for Louis's mother and experiencing other strange occurrences, is Louis reaching out to Dr Pascal?
Will Louis get to tell his side of his story? I found the story insightful about the power of mind and human nature which I enjoyed.
I liked Louis, he was a interesting character, I enjoyed reading his thoughts. A great read. After reading The Rapture I was expecting something along similar lines but was pleasantly surprised that it was quite different.
It was well written, with nothing suerfluous at all, pretty fast paced and uncomplicated. Loved the story, loved the twists, could have been explored in much more depth but I think it would have spoiled the sense of the book.
A delight. View all 3 comments. Aug 29, Hannah Rae rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult , adult , ma-childrens-literature , dissertation-masters.
I managed to read this book quite quickly! However, I feel that this book is split in terms of how many stars I would give it.
The first half of the book I didn't like, I found it too slow, too much 'world building' - it didn't grab me.
But I began to gain interest in the Doctor's chapters and then it quickly drew me into wanting to know more about Louis and his weird case.
The latter half of the book is five stars. The action, the intensity of the characters, the story and the pace was captivatin I managed to read this book quite quickly!
The action, the intensity of the characters, the story and the pace was captivating. The end, the last page actually made me cry.
It was so poignant, so heartbreaking, so real. But alas, I had to go halfway, I had to make a fair rating. Three stars, perhaps even 3. As the last few chapters of the story made it worthwhile to read the first half.
Oct 11, Shasni Bala rated it it was ok Shelves: dnf. DNF- I am struggling to write a review for this book because I just don't know what to think.
I'm Louid Drax. Stuff happens to me that shouldn't happen, like going on a picnic where you drown" Intriguing isn't it?
That's how the book started and I was really into it at the beginning, trust me I try to like this book but I don't find myself connected to the characters, I feel like its all over the place.
I don't find myself enthusiasts enough to continue reading. Maybe its not f DNF- I am struggling to write a review for this book because I just don't know what to think.
Maybe its not for me or my kind of book, but it could be your cup of tea because Bloomsbury productions normally produce good books Yay Harry Potter.
You might like it. I know there's a movie adapted from this novel, maybe I'll watch that instead. View 2 comments. Jan 31, Bridget rated it liked it.
The ending is a little bit too neat but it touches on some interesting concepts. Feb 25, Ivana rated it really liked it. I didn't read anything by Liz Jensen before, though I heard quite some stuff about her recently published The Rapture.
Now that I have read this one, The Rapture is launched straight to the top of my wishlist. Louis Drax is an accident-prone nine year old boy from Lyon.
Strange things happen to him; he is obsessed with death, strange animals, poisons and raping. Mysteries are built around his young life.
After having eight close-to-death experiences, one for each year of his life, the ninth chan I didn't read anything by Liz Jensen before, though I heard quite some stuff about her recently published The Rapture.
After having eight close-to-death experiences, one for each year of his life, the ninth changes the course of several lives. One day, onhis ninth birthday, he goes to a picnic with his parents.
There a horrible accident happens. Louis falls off a cliff and survives, but is in a deep coma. His father disappears in the ravine too and the only witness is his mother, who seems to hide shocking secrets herself.
He is taken to a specialized clinic in Provence to be under surveillance of Dr Dannachet, one of the best neurologists in France.
Soon, strange things start to happen. People in coma don't communicate, let alone write threatening letters to their mother and doctor.
Or do they? The Ninth Life of Louis Drax was a chilling reading experience. It was unsettling and disturbing. Its' written from the perspective of Louis and Dr Dannchet, and their voices mingle and succeed each other through the book.
The voice of Louis is the frightening one. Following his thoughts was a pretty creepy experience. Imagine a child in coma having a friend wrapped in bloody bandages who leads him through the labyrinths of his mind on the subconscious level.
It should have been obvious from the beginning who Gustave was, but it's another of the shocking moments that this book is full of.
Louis sometimes seems to have a too ripe voice for a nine year old child, but as the story unveils, you realize it's not much of a surprise that Louis is thinking about these things.
Dr Dannachet is a character that grows through the story, and goes through a life-turning experience. Falling in love with Louis' mother was the last thing he needs-and the one thing he can't resist.
He is torn inside and Liz did a great job describing the turmoil in his soul. Here is one paragraph that perfectly catches what he feels: "A mixture of feelings-love, distaste, revulsion, pity-rose in my throat like vomit.
There was an eternity to that moment, that see-sawing split-second when adoration clung and then lurched, spilling into chaos, rage, hate, anger; the desire to smash and embrace, love and destroy.
But I'll just say that the thematic is being taken on a whole new level and the ending is everything but predictable. Liz has a beautiful writing voice and provides a narrative that will grip you from the first sentence.
That's one I'd like to share. The only titled chapter is the first one. Stuff happens to me that shouldn't happen, like going on a picnic where you drown.
Liz Jensen keeps shocking you on every single page without watering down the story. It hangs somewhere in between, and I'd love it to be at least a bit darker to fully capture the spirit of the incident.
The Ninth Life of Louis Drax is a fast-paced and extremely exciting thriller that will have you bound to the book from the very beginning. It takes you on a tour through the maze of your subconscious and raises lots of questions.
I highly recommend it and I'm looking forward to read some more by Liz Jensen. Sep 21, Thasvini Muraly rated it really liked it. Welcome to your ninth life".
Jan 21, Carrie rated it it was amazing Shelves: disturbing-in-a-good-way. If you like Chuck Palahniuk's style, you should definitely give Liz Jensen a try.
In this book, there are two narrators, each with a really distinctive voice. Louis is a disturbed 9-year-old boy who has fallen or was he pushed?
His father goes missing the same afternoon and Louis dies, but comes back to life and introduces himself to the reader while in a coma.
He also likes to tack explanatory phrases onto the ends If you like Chuck Palahniuk's style, you should definitely give Liz Jensen a try.
He also likes to tack explanatory phrases onto the ends of sentences. The other narrator is Dr. Danachet, who works at the Hospital for the Incurables and is in charge of caring for Louis while in the coma.
Danachet is a good guy, but is tempted away from his wife by the lovely Mrs. This book starts out odd and just gets weirder as it goes along.
There are elements of the supernatural that push the boundaries of reality. But it is one of those books that had me picking up another by the same author right away.
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