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  • Paperback
  • 329
  • Che la festa cominci
  • Niccolò Ammaniti
  • English
  • 10 June 2018
  • 9781847679420

10 thoughts on “Che la festa cominci

  1. says:

    Abandoned due to disgusting offensive and completely unnecessary rape scene To be clear offensive because of the context and the way it was described and presented not simply because there was a rape scene Suffice

  2. says:

    At first I thought this was supposed to be a satire but I wasn't sure what exactly was being satirised Italian society as a whole? The literary scene? It seemed to lack focus But as it went on I realised that it was just a lurid violent black c

  3. says:

    Won't be for everyonenever thought I would be interested in a dress about a satanic cult but it was just so good The plot twisted and turned Th

  4. says:

    The book has its faults Some of the descriptions are a bit heavy handed and the short chapters mean you’re continually flipping from one storyline to the next and back It all adds to the general feeling of disorientation t

  5. says:

    I hadn't heard of this book but I'm glad I stumbled across it in my library sale section I picked it up for 20 cents and decided to give it a go I must say the cover looks so gorgeous in that vintage circus poster kinda way After reading reading some reviews from other readers I was worried about what I might fi

  6. says:

    Let the games begin Italian edition published in 2009; English edition published in 2013 is a novel by Italian author Niccolò Ammaniti a member of the '90s literary group known as the CannibalsThe tale is hunting somewhat blaspheme captivating; it is the perfect balance between realism and fiction A millionaire party is

  7. says:

    Niccolo Ammaniti first came into my life through the superb thrilling novel I'm not scared a couple of years ago The writing was clever suspenseful and exuisite the storyline intriguing and surprising So as soon as I heard that his latest book had been translated I got myself a copy this time on audio read by the absolutel

  8. says:

    If you love the uentin Tarantino movies you will love to read the books of Niccolò Ammaniti Not everybody will love his dark sense of humour but I surely do Ammaniti truly is a master of twists and takes you on a journey of his incredible ima

  9. says:

    Top 5 worst books I have ever read in my life It is not even goofy it is just plain awful

  10. says:

    A fast paced romp in Rome A range of character and full of satire Thoroughly enjoyable

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Che la festa cominci

The world might be in the throes of a global recession but when an author on the brink of despair an enigmatic musician. Abandoned due to disgusting offensive and completely unnecessary rape scene To be clear offensive because of the context and the way it was described and presented not simply because there was a rape scene Suffice to say this book should come with a big fuck off trigger warning I already thought the main characters were both idiots anyway so there was no way I was going to continue with it after that Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries unnecessary rape scene To be clear offensive because of the context and the way it was described and presented not simply because there was a rape scene Suffice to say this book should come with a big fuck off trigger warning I already thought the main characters were both idiots anyway so there was no way I was going to continue with it after that

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A supermodel and a Satanic sect meet with the cream of Italian high society at the home of a Roman property tycoon the. Let the games begin Italian edition published in 2009 English edition published in 2013 is a novel by Italian author Niccol Ammaniti a member of the 90s literary group known as the CannibalsThe tale is hunting somewhat blaspheme captivating it is the perfect balance between realism and fiction A millionaire party is organized in a historical Villa in Rome and all Italian famous VIPs are invited to join an absurdly rich and weird hunting party that will end in disaster The resulting image is a truthful and disgusting snapshot of an old Italy that is exploited tired exhausted Saverio a frustrated father and husband finds himself head of a satanist group of four his adepts being weirdos and unlikely dark souls Fabrizio a famous writer with a narcissistic soul is stuck between the fear of losing his privileged status and the paranoid delusion of being the best of them all Their lives will run parallel in a climax building until they will clash in an explosion of bitterness and injustice The reader will be left with a sense of vengeance for a beautiful country suffering of a prolonged carelessnessThe author Niccol Ammaniti 1966 was born in Rome and he became famous in 2001 with his best seller I m not scared that is a major movie picture now Ammaniti s voice speaks for his generation including myself and everyone belonging to the so called Generation X As an emerging writer I wish one day I will be able to express myself just like him with a fluidity and a sarcasm that hits the target and lingers in the heart Let the games begin is a good reading exercise for emerging writers as there can be found all the basic rules of novel construction Two parallel narrative lines grow separately a crucible forces the characters together and gives credibility to their coexistence even if they have to face harder and nastier obstacles The resolution comes when the climax reaches its top and the reader is left with lots to think aboutFind book reviews on my blog ALL YOU CAN WRITE

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World outside the mansion's walls is soon forgotten There's going to be one hell of a party And you've got a VIP ticke. Top 5 worst books I have ever read in my life It is not even goofy it is just plain awful


About the Author: Niccolò Ammaniti

Niccolò Ammaniti was born in Rome in 1966 He has written three novels and a collection of short stories He won the prestigious Italian Viareggio Repaci Prize for Fiction with his bestselling novel I'm Not Scared which has been translated into thirty five languages