[Ebook] High Fidelity By Nick Hornby – Plummovies.info

[Ebook] High Fidelity By Nick Hornby – Plummovies.info Do You Know Your Desert Island, All Time, Top Five Most Memorable Split Ups Rob Does He Keeps A List, In Fact But Laura Isn T On It Even Though She S Just Become His Latest Ex He S Got His Life Back, You See He Can Just Do What He Wants When He Wants Like Listen To Whatever Music He Likes, Look Up The Girls That Are On His List, And Generally Behaves As If Laura Never Mattered But Rob Finds He Can T Move On He S Stuck In A Really Deep Groove And It S Called Laura Soon, He S Asking Himself Some Big Questions About Love, About Life And About Why We Choose To Share Ours With The People We Do


10 thoughts on “High Fidelity

  1. Jenn(ifer) Jenn(ifer) says:

    I have a problem.You see, when it comes to reviewing my favorite books, I m all thumbs Coherent thoughts elude me and float downstream like a toy boat escaping from a little boy s grasp.Rob is my soul mate, you see He and I are the same fucked up, insecure, too much in our own head for our own good perso


  2. Rick Monkey Rick Monkey says:

    I realize that I give far too many books a four or five star rating So sue me.Book buying isn t, you know, a quick thing for me I browse, I choose, I read the blurbs inside, I deliberate, I read a chapter from ever book I ve chosen.In short, I only read things I m really likely to like.So, I will tell you right no


  3. David David says:

    Nick Hornby writes about losers and makes them lovable But not this time I couldn t stand the self pitying little git, his loser wanker record store buddies, nor their ridiculous fracking lists Reading this book felt like being trapped in an elevator with the pathetic Scrubs douchebag Zachy McWhinerson, or whatever his frac


  4. Luffy Luffy says:

    I still don t know why I rated High Fidelity 5 stars Most of these books don t stand a chance against an early Agatha Christie or a modern cozy, or a book by Dawkins but I put all of them on the same level.I m going to watch the movie first time later this day Most books that have first person view make it hell for me to get into Not


  5. Julie Julie says:

    Every once in a while a writer will strike literary gold with a character whose popularity reaches iconic levels I can think of a few offhand Mary Poppins, Forrest Gump, Pippi Longstocking We ve all encountered these iconic characters before some are distinctly regional, others manage worldwide fame even a remote tribe in therainforest would p


  6. Joe Valdez Joe Valdez says:

    We all have a handful of books that we feel were written specifically for us, as if the author took us out for dinner and drinks lots of drinks, on the author s tab and interviewed us on the important things in no particular order, except the order in which I thought of these love, faith, art, sex, career, family, friends Then they put our thoughts and


  7. Matthew Matthew says:

    Ah, nostalgia This book takes place in the mid 90s Even though the protagonist is in his 30s, the content really does take me back to my time in high school and college Everything was music and concerts and a lot of the music he talks about is the music everyone was into back then Also, I was a huge fan of the movie when it first came out, but this was my first t


  8. Samadrita Samadrita says:

    High Fidelity is several things at once.It is a specimen of guylit I just invented the term yes romance and single life explained from the point of view of a man And we have so few of those It is a humorous reflection on life and its many failings.And lastly, it is the tale of a Brit singleton in his mid thirties who is unrelentingly firm in his reluctance to grow into a


  9. Lisa Findley Lisa Findley says:

    Top Five Reasons to Read This Book 1 Offers multiple opportunities to fall off your chair laughing.2 Draws entirely convincing characters making stupid decisions and dealing with the repercussions.3 Reminds you of all sorts of artists you must check out further.4 Answers the what if questions of past relationships with horrifying clarity.5 Satirizes but ultimately validates top five


  10. Joey Woolfardis Joey Woolfardis says:

    Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC s Big Read Poll of 2003I used to think and given the way we ended up, maybe I still do that all relationships need the kind of violent shove that a crush brings, just to get you started and to push you over the humps And then, when the energy from that shove has gone and you come to something approaching a halt, you have


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