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Come Dio comanda ➻ Come Dio comanda Download ➼ Author Niccolò Ammaniti – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk In una landa ai margini di tutto vivono un padre e un figlio, Rino e Cristiano Zena, uniti da un a viscerale che si nutre di sopraffazione e violenza Tirano avanti un esistenza orgogliosa insieme a un In una landa ai margini di tutto vivono un padre e un figlio, Rino e Cristiano Zena, uniti da un a viscerale che si nutre di sopraffazione e violenza Tirano avanti un esistenza orgogliosa insieme a un paio di balordi Come Dio PDF/EPUB ² Un giorno decidono che arrivato il momento di dare una svolta alle loro vite Il piano semplice scassinare un bancomat I protagonisti di questa fiaba apocalittica si ritrovano cos in una notte di tempesta, affollata di fantasmi e rimorsi, in cui i fiumi straripano e il fango sembra seppellire ogni speranza Ma dalle tenebre emerge una ragazzina bionda che sprigiona una forza oscura e finisce per cambiare per sempre i loro destini Come Dio comanda una sinfonia in cui la pi cupa tragedia e lo humour pi scatenato si fondono, dando vita a un grande affresco sociale.


10 thoughts on “Come Dio comanda

  1. Eric Eric says:

    definitely one of the best novels i ve read in a while something of a dickens meets cormac mccarthy tragicomic morality tale i have to admit that it started out a bit slow felt like a series of short stories, or anecdotes, about this group of characters for a good 100 150 pages but then the inciting incident occurs and it s as if someone just stepped on the gas the rest of the novel moves along at breakneck speed in a visceral, cinematic style, cutting rapidly back and forth between each definitely one of the best novels i ve read in a while something of a dickens meets cormac mccarthy tragicomic morality tale i have to admit that it started out a bit slow felt like a series of short stories, or anecdotes, about this group of characters for a good 100 150 pages but then the inciting incident occurs and it s as if someone just stepped on the gas the rest of the novel moves along at breakneck speed in a visceral, cinematic style, cutting rapidly back and forth between each characters simultaneous and interconnected dilemmas not exactly a classic novel in its structure, but certainly classic in its dickensian portrait of a downtrodden community and its denizens and certainly classic in its grasp and its fully realized characters after the ball starts rolling, you will have a hard time putting the book down and you ll have a hard time forgetting these characters i will be blown away if this isn t a film in the next 5 years would be perfect material for the coens


  2. Ema Ema says:

    This was quite a powerful story, like a tornado sweeping off the outside world and leaving nothing but me and this book At first, the violence made it a little hard to read I was not sure if I would finish it , but eventually I was so immersed in the story that I came back to reality just to pray that the ending won t be a bad one And it wasn t.From the opening chapter, I knew this book will be different from the ones I ve read so far It is a harsh real life story of people living at the edg This was quite a powerful story, like a tornado sweeping off the outside world and leaving nothing but me and this book At first, the violence made it a little hard to read I was not sure if I would finish it , but eventually I was so immersed in the story that I came back to reality just to pray that the ending won t be a bad one And it wasn t.From the opening chapter, I knew this book will be different from the ones I ve read so far It is a harsh real life story of people living at the edge of society, people who struggle for a job and a better life not always through honest means Although they are not entirely faithful, they turn to God in the key moments of their existence, either to pray or to ask for an answer Come Dio comanda is the story of a 13 year old boy, Cristiano Zena, who lives with his father, Rino, an unemployed drunkard and Nazi sympathizer who has violent episodes, but who loves his sonthan his life Rino s two friends, a mentally handicapped guy and another drunkard whose wife has left him, are the only thing close to a family for Cristiano Despite the rough world in which he lives, Cristiano is not a tough boy He has problems adapting, he doesn t have other friends apart from his father s, and he is shy with girls.Everything will change beginning one stormy night, when the three grownups decide to steal money from an ATM The original plan will never take place, as each of them takes a different path that night, that will change their lives forever Cristiano is swept into the unfolding events, an experience that will affect and transform him deeply The novel is cinematic, the characters are skilfully built, I was right there amidst the story No wonder it was made into a film it has the perfect plot for an European movie What an incredible book I m still under its influence


  3. Jeanne Jeanne says:

    As God Commands depicts an angry, unemployed and unemployable father, trying and often failing to do his best for his isolated and lonely teenage son, while also looking after his old work colleague, who suffers mental and physical problems because of an accident some years before The strange trio s dysfunctional but affectionate relationship is plunged into chaos, as the story takes on a dark, violent hue Part crime thriller, part psychological dramathis was an amazing read and worthy of i As God Commands depicts an angry, unemployed and unemployable father, trying and often failing to do his best for his isolated and lonely teenage son, while also looking after his old work colleague, who suffers mental and physical problems because of an accident some years before The strange trio s dysfunctional but affectionate relationship is plunged into chaos, as the story takes on a dark, violent hue Part crime thriller, part psychological dramathis was an amazing read and worthy of its prizeAmmaniti has succeeded in telling a captivating story while developing convincing characters and relationships.The economically depressed village of Varrano, where Cristiano Zena lives with his hard drinking, out of work father, Rino, is a world away from the picturesque towns of travel brochure Italy When Rino and his rough edged cronies Danilo and Quattro Formaggi come up with a plan to reverse all their fortunes, Cristiano wonders if maybe their lives are poised for deliverance after all But the plan goes horribly awry On a night of apocalyptic weather, each character will act in a way that will have irreversible consequences for themselves and others, and Cristiano will find his life changed forever, and not in the way he had hoped Gritty and relentless, As God Commands moves at breakneck speed, blending brutal violence, dark humor, and surprising tenderness


  4. Jasminka Jasminka says:

    Stunning and powerful, but at the same time so disturbing novel Set in Italian industrial wasteland, this novel is far away from the tourist guides about the beauties of wonderful Italy But, it is a captivating story with very interesting construction and convincing characters and relationships, a story about the dark side of human character, tragic, bitter, raw, brutal, violent and aggressive he language is rough and too vulgar and obscenely for my taste, but still, so appropriate for the Stunning and powerful, but at the same time so disturbing novel Set in Italian industrial wasteland, this novel is far away from the tourist guides about the beauties of wonderful Italy But, it is a captivating story with very interesting construction and convincing characters and relationships, a story about the dark side of human character, tragic, bitter, raw, brutal, violent and aggressive he language is rough and too vulgar and obscenely for my taste, but still, so appropriate for the scenery Sexual crime that is committed made me very uncomfortable, at the moments I was fill with revulsion.I was drawn, against my will, to be sympathetic for violent, sarcastic, alcoholic, unemployed father, neo Nazi skinhead and womanizer, who is simply adored by his 13 years old son, ready to sacrifice himself for his father The father son relationship was incredibly heartwarming and realistic At the same time, I was drawn to hate his poor mentally deranged friend Interesting thing for me, as an atheist, were various interpretations of God s will A religious or anti religious theme emerges, as some characters feel, mistakenly, they are being guided by God, mostly because of their lack of education on a rural society Most of them use magical thinking to put their destinies and those of others into God s hands By leaving decisions up to chance relieving them of any responsibility their actions are especially brutal This is an intriguing but dark and tragic story of three men and a boy trapped in a cycle of poverty, frustrated desires and futile hope I am still under the impressions of the book


  5. Infada Spain Infada Spain says:

    3.5 stars


  6. Patrick Patrick says:

    This book like some of the other award winning foreign novels I believe transcends its genre in crime story, thriller, or a coming of age story and moves it swiftly upward to contemporary fiction It seems to share a common purpose in many fine and classic novels like the recent two years old hit, Let the Right One In by Lindqvist, and Stieg Larsson s trilogy about a brilliant girl named Salander A.K.A Wasp, both from Sweden Even though Larsson s prose is cold and icy, it still is brillant i This book like some of the other award winning foreign novels I believe transcends its genre in crime story, thriller, or a coming of age story and moves it swiftly upward to contemporary fiction It seems to share a common purpose in many fine and classic novels like the recent two years old hit, Let the Right One In by Lindqvist, and Stieg Larsson s trilogy about a brilliant girl named Salander A.K.A Wasp, both from Sweden Even though Larsson s prose is cold and icy, it still is brillant in term of reporter s investigative novel It is raw and honest, turning stupid bungling violence into balletic poetry, and the sad state of a small town in Italy slowly rotting to pieces like the corspes that appear sparingly It seems that complementary fiction follows a few sets of rules, the first one making every bit of detail moves forward to a logical conclusion, use the town s geographic setting to describe the mood of this despairing story, and finally create strong complicated characters that you could like, pity, hate, love, fear in turns Since this novel is from Italy, all I can conclude is bravo, Mr Ammaniti, well done


  7. Marc Marc says:

    Ammaniti gives us a very raw picture of four people on the edge of contemporary Italian society unemployed, addicted to alcohol, with radical far right, racist ideas about the world The central focus is on a father son story with a rather high level of clich despite their poverty and their sometimes fierce clashes they are very close to each other The story line itself is about a crazy plan to do a robbery on a bancomat device Lots of predictable things happen in this book, but somehow i Ammaniti gives us a very raw picture of four people on the edge of contemporary Italian society unemployed, addicted to alcohol, with radical far right, racist ideas about the world The central focus is on a father son story with a rather high level of clich despite their poverty and their sometimes fierce clashes they are very close to each other The story line itself is about a crazy plan to do a robbery on a bancomat device Lots of predictable things happen in this book, but somehow it remains interesting It gives the seamy side of our globalizing society a contemporary face Not my cup of tea, but wel done read in Italian


  8. Ted Ted says:

    It took me a little while to get into this novel, but once I did I really enjoyed it I can recommend it to anyone who enjoys popular fiction It doesn t sit on my crime fiction shelf because although there is a crime at the center of the story, that s not really what it was about, for me I wasaffected by Ammaniti s telling of the way in which the boy comes to understand things about his father, and his father s rather pathetic friends.


  9. Yumiko Hansen Yumiko Hansen says:

    Italian title of this book is As God Commands and this is much better title as many of the characters beleive that they are in the hands of God.Ammaniti created the magnetic characters and it is hard to put the book dow I finished it in three days Although I did not like the ending, I think I will want to readof his books


  10. Andy Weston Andy Weston says:

    This is a very dark story set in amidst poverty in the south of Italy, and quite unlike the other two Ammaniti novels I have read,Anna and I m Not ScaredIn comparison this two contain much less graphic descriptions of the violent scenes and as I often thought when reading them, were almost written for young adults This certainly isn t written for that audience.13 year old Cristiano lives with his father in a rundown house and mixeswith his father s friends than his peers at school T This is a very dark story set in amidst poverty in the south of Italy, and quite unlike the other two Ammaniti novels I have read,Anna and I m Not ScaredIn comparison this two contain much less graphic descriptions of the violent scenes and as I often thought when reading them, were almost written for young adults This certainly isn t written for that audience.13 year old Cristiano lives with his father in a rundown house and mixeswith his father s friends than his peers at school They have extreme political views, his father s bedroom adorned with a Nazi flag Steadily Ammaniti builds up the tension, their lives are heading for disaster One night, as a devastating storm hits, three separate incidents change their lives forever This won t be for everyone, as some of the violence, both sexual and physical, depicted is detailed and explicit Ammaniti may claim it is necessary to accentuate the squalor in which young Cristiano lives, some readers may think it should have been toned down I read a couple of reviewers who speak about comic tragedy , but despite the occasional effort from the author, there were few times I could raise a smile The last two thirds of the book are fast paced and page turning though, told in short character based chapters, and the story certainly pulls the reader in


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