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Cover des Buches Forensik (ISBN:9783961283675)

Forensik

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Erschienen am 23.07.2019
Cover des Buches All The Lonely People (English Edition) (ISBN:B07F2G214L)

All The Lonely People (English Edition)

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Erschienen am 10.01.2019
Cover des Buches The First National Bank of Dad (ISBN:1416534253)

The First National Bank of Dad

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Erschienen am 24.04.2007
Cover des Buches Green Metropolis (ISBN:9781594484841)

Green Metropolis

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Erschienen am 02.11.2010
Cover des Buches Panther (ISBN:9781472116420)

Panther

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Erschienen am 01.05.2015
Cover des Buches South Wales Collieries (ISBN:9780752435640)

South Wales Collieries

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Erschienen am 29.07.2005
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The Conundrum

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Erschienen am 07.02.2012

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David Owen - All The Lonely People
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The last strike by the anonymous bullying group really hit Kat hard. She was never the popular girl with many friends, but at least online she could be the person she saw in herself, but now, that is taken away from her and she just wants to vanish, fade away. Her wish is granted, slowly her body becomes translucent, only Safa, sharing the same fate can see her. She quickly finds out that there are others, not just people who would like to be someone different and forget their old life and be forgotten, but people who actually faded away. However, there is still one thing she needs to do on earth: the bullies have found another target and she must stop them and therefore collaborate with one of them.

Admittedly, I wasn’t really thinking that the act of vanishing in the novel was meant “real”, yet, this unrealistic aspect is the only thing I wasn’t completely happy with. Apart from this, David Owen has really captured the emotions of teenager who feel like they don’t fit in, that they cannot lead the life they would like to have and the hardship of going to school and being exposed to the attacks of bullies.

I found both protagonists – Kat as the good, pitiable girl and Wesley who first seems to be her enemy but then turns out to be in a comparable situation – strong characters for the novel. They are easy to relate to and the problems they face are things most pupils might know from their everyday life. The novel also had some suspense that kept you read on and it surely made you think of how you treat your family members and how attentive you are concerning the people around you that you never really see.

All in all, I liked it and would surely recommend it to young people who are searching for their identity and place in the world.

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