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by Kajsa Ingemarsson

eBook Yesterday's News epub
  • ISBN: 9187173190
  • Author: Kajsa Ingemarsson
  • Genre: Romance
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Stockholm Text (May 3, 2012)
  • Pages: 276 pages
  • ePUB size: 1213 kb
  • FB2 size 1473 kb
  • Formats mbr doc azw lit


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KAJSA INGEMARSSON YESTERDAY’S NEWS Stockholm Text ww. tockholmtext. com stockholmkholmtext. Translation: Neil Betteridge. ISBN e-book: 978-91-87173-09-7. ISBN print book: 978-91-87173-19-6. Stockholm, April 2012.

In Yesterday’s News Kajsa Ingemarsson’s comic talent comes into its own. Juicy and satisfying, Yesterday’s News . Juicy and satisfying, Yesterday’s News is a story about daring and winning and about faith in yourself, a feelgood novel sure to please any romance lover looking for the perfect summer read. A lot happens to her throughout the book, some of it good, some of it sad. Ingemarsson created a character who we like - a lot! We want Agnes to heal her broken heart, to experience success in the restaurant, and to help her family through their struggles. We want her to be happy.

The woman in trouble is Agnes. In Yesterday’s News she will rebound from personal tragedy and find courage in the face of the unknown

The woman in trouble is Agnes. In Yesterday’s News she will rebound from personal tragedy and find courage in the face of the unknown. In the end she stands there as the hero of her own life. The book is one of the greatest bestsellers of all time in Sweden with 800,000 copies sold! Juicy and satisfying, Yesterday’s News is a story about daring. The book is one of the greatest bestsellers of all time in Sweden with 800,000 copies sold! Juicy and satisfying, Yesterday’s News is a story about daring and winning and about faith in yourself, a feelgood novel sure to please any romance lover looking for the perfect summer read. Welcome to Literature Tube Archieve The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Title: Yesterday's News, Små citroner gula Author: Kajsa Ingemarsson Publication Info: Stockholm Text Publishing .

Yesterday's News (2012). About book: Not all books need to have something catastrophic or crazy happen. You come to care so deeply for Agnes that when Kajsa Ingemarsson ends her story, you feel empty, if not a tad aggravated. NOW? You end it NOW? But I'm not ready!

Yesterday's News (2012). Or take you into the Red Room of Pain. Sometimes, a good book makes you feel comfortable and cozy. It makes you worry about its hero and want the best for its characters. It sticks with you. You miss the characters when it's over, and you want to find out what happens next in their lives. NOW? You end it NOW? But I'm not ready!

The book Yesterday’s News, that in Sweden alone has sold over 80. 00 copies, was turned into a major motion . Besides being an author, Kajsa Ingemarsson is also a much-appreciated inspirational speaker and teacher

The book Yesterday’s News, that in Sweden alone has sold over 80. 00 copies, was turned into a major motion picture in 2013. In Germany, Wheel of Fortune was on the Der Spiegel top 10-list for months, and in Italy Yesterday’s News is already called a modern classic. Besides being an author, Kajsa Ingemarsson is also a much-appreciated inspirational speaker and teacher. During the last few years, she has become a spokesperson and major inspiration in the field of new esoteric thought, and her lectures, workshops and retreats are constantly fully booked.

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”It wasn’t the first time someone had grabbed her breast. Nor was it the first time a man had panted in her ear and pressed his hard crotch against her. But it was the first time someone was doing it against her will.” The woman in trouble is Agnes. In Yesterday’s News she will rebound from personal tragedy and find courage in the face of the unknown. In the end she stands there as the hero of her own life. Yesterday’s News is one of the greatest bestsellers of all time in Sweden with more than 800,000 copies sold – 1 in every 4 Swedish woman has already read it! The main character Agnes has most things in life: a family who is always there for her, a good job at a fancy restaurant, a boyfriend who loves her, and a best friend whom she knows inside out. Or does she? All of a sudden things begin to crumble, one by one, and soon nothing is as it was. Her boyfriend Tobias leaves her for a big busted singer, and she is fired by Gerard, the sexist and abusive owner of the restaurant where she works. She gambles everything she has on the success of the newly opened restaurant, but the road to the glowing review which will open the door to fame and fortune has, to say the least, unexpected twists and turns. In Yesterday’s News Kajsa Ingemarsson’s comic talent comes into its own. Juicy and satisfying, Yesterday’s News is a story about daring and winning and about faith in yourself, a feelgood novel sure to please any romance lover looking for the perfect summer read.
Comments: (7)
Runeterror
As far as chick-lit goes, I liked this a lot better than most. For once the plot isn't too obvious and predictable, and the protagonist doesn't spend the entire book making foolishly obvious mistakes and completely ridiculous decisions. In fact, beyond the first few chapters, she behaves like a fairly realistic human woman!

I have one huge issue with the novel: It opens when the character is fired from her waitressing job after her boss attempts to rape her. Instead of reporting him to the authorities, she leaves quietly and then stumbles in interviews when asked why she left her job. She spends the rest of the book implying that it was sexual harassment. Um, no. It wasn't sexual harassment; it was attempted rape. I feel that the book completely glosses over this, and the failure to acknowledge the truth of the situation sets an extremely bad example. This is even more surprising given its willingness to address other serious issues.

After its initial stumbles, the plot finds its stride and manages to avoid the stereotypical string of bad choices and slapstick antics. At times it can feel a bit heavy for chick lit, but I felt the sense of reality made up for it. Moreover, like life, the book is a series of ups and downs, thus avoiding the cliché of everything going wrong until the final happily-ever-after chapter.

Editing issues often seem to pop up in Kindle editions, and while I did stumble on one or two in this book, it wasn't a distraction. The only one that caused any problems was in Chapter 10, when Agnes (the main character) is referred to as Alice. After some consideration, I believe this was a typo and not a random appearance of the actual character Alice, who is introduced later in the book. My other hiccup was actually a cultural one, when restaurateur Kalle's father refers to him as Karl. In spite of living in Scandinavia, I had no idea that Kalle was a nickname!
Fomand
*SPOILER ALERT about halfway down* It was more of a two and a half star, but I'll upgrade to a three since I was able to finish it. It took me two weeks to finish this book. Usually a book this size only takes two or three days. I never really got into it. For one thing, I liked the main character at first, but as the story continued I liked her less and less until a small uptick the last 5 or so pages. I cared more about the secondary characters, which shouldn't happen. *SPOILERS BEGIN*. I'm warning you because I hate being blindsided by spoilers that ruin a book for me. Stop reading now if you don't want to know some details. For the rest of you, Agnes was a bit of a snob , and another word I will not use here, towards her neighbor, who was always nice to her. And she takes her cheating boyfriend back, for a while anyway, even after finding out he hit on her sister, and everything that moves apparently, when they were together before. Maybe I'm in the minority, but I hate the women like jerks thing.
Ishnjurus
An amazingly good book. Not your typical kind of "chick lit", which another review disingenuously throws out in the title of their review.
The characters feel alive, as if they are currently in Sweden, doing gardening and restaurant-related things as I type this.

And while our protagonist struggles after the middle of the novel, she redeems herself quickly. We watch her grow and figure things out for herself, and that's what counts. I could relate to her so easily; in real life, love is fickle and complicated. Once I saw Agnes quote the novel's title, I found myself hoping that it wasn't the end of the book, only to find myself unfortunately on the last page. I hadn't realized how quickly I had read it. And the ending was tidied up in a heart-warming way.

Definitely one of the best novels I've read in a while.
Modar
This book is a pleasant, easy read. Agnes and her family and friends make interesting reading material just by living their lives. The main setting is a restaurant that I wish I could visit. I had an inclination of the identity of the mystery restaurant reviewer early on, but it didn't detract from my enjoyment of the story. The book deals with life, love, and loss, as well as the opening and running of a restaurant. Recommend.
Ustamya
Thought this was a cute book. Predictable, yes, but what book in this genre isn't these days? I've been reading chick lit since the mid-90s and I still enjoy it even if I generally know how the story will unfold and end.
Karg
Lots of fun and laughter. Family life and working, friends that are always there. Sadness is better when shared. And something new is just around the corner. Enjoy.
Quttaro
This book is a quick read but quite a charming story. It is great read for a couple days when it is dreary outside and you want something fun to read. I loved this ending--a good wrap up of the story but leaving something to your imagination. Maybe a sequel??
This book sucked!!!!! If I could rate it less than one star, I would. It was supposed to be a feel good book. It wasn't.
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