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Taivaalta tippuvat asiat

On tyttö jonka äiti jää taivaalta tippuvan jäälohkareen alle On nainen joka voittaa lotossa jättipotin kahdesti On mies jota salama iskee neljä kertaa Kaikki he etsivät selitystä elämälleenElokuvassa muistot näytetään mustavalkoisina ja kuollut ihminen jätetään seisomaan tienvarteen Sitten auto ajaa pois ja takaikkunasta katsotaan kuinka ihminen pienenee ja katoaa lopulta kokonaan Sillä lailla elokuvissa kuollaanSahanpurutalossa asiat. We don t always know what s going to happen to us in this world Little Saara learns that when her mother is unexpectedly killed when a block of ice falls from the sky Her Aunt Annu unexpectedly wins the lottery twice And Harnish MacKay is expectedly struck by lightning five times That s all I wish to say about the plot of this book and leave it to this talented author to tell her memorable taleThis is the second novel by the well respected Finnish author Selja Ahava and is a wonderful gem of a book I feel an author must be very brave to venture into creating a book such as this There s a fine line between the uirky and the absurd and as unconventional and offbeat as this book is the author always keeps it real and alive It has a rich poignancy to it that I absolutely loved It s tragic and it s humorous it s frightening and it s inspiring This is a high uality novel by an accomplished author Not a false note anywhereMost highly recommendedThis book was given to me by the publisher in return for an honest review

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Eivät mene niin Äidin päälle putoaa taivaalta jäätä eikä Saara näe häntä enää koskaan Saara makaa sängyssä ja yrittää olla kuulematta isän valitusta Mutta se kaikuu kamiinasta Pieni musta kamiina ulisee niin että sen savuhormi on pakahtua Miten valtavan surullinen pieni kamiina Saara ajattelee Hän nipistelee isää varpaista jotta tämä tuntisi jotainVilla auttaa Annu täti sanoo ja pukee Saaralle ja tämän isälle villapaitoja ja v. Intriguing tale that starts very well but feels a bit off balance though at some places Hamish Mackay s section felt separate from the entity and a bit redundant I m afraid and Krista s section seemed too little off from what I expect it was meant to offer However I can t say I didn t like this novel as a whole it was well written and even though I d like to uestion some parts and think less would have been I have to acknowledge the novel s merits The language was really beautiful and I really liked the characters Saara s characterization especially I think the novel s greatest strength lies within the description of sorrow and loss So I recommend this to those who find the topic interesting especially from the point of view of a child

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Illasukkia peittelee heidät lampaantaljojen ja huopien alle Täti uskoo että mitä surullisempi ihminen sitä lämpimämpänä hänet täytyy pitää Kun Annu täti voittaa lotossa jättipotin toiseen kertaan hän nukahtaa kolmeksi viikoksi kartanon torniinSelja Ahavan lumoava romaani sekoittaa realismia ja maagista satua ja omituisia faktoja taivaalta tippuvista asioista Lopputuloksena on koskettava ja taianomainen kudelma asioista joille ei ole sanoj. This novel took my breath away I absolutely adored the emotional storyline and the abundant frame narrative which highlights the diverse and contrasting emotions of each character Saara the youngest protagonist is engaging and her child like thoughts and challenges evoke sadness sympathy and wonder Her and her family s hardships resilience and rebound are inspiring to read about and Saara s story grips you until the end I found myself hooked from the beginning and read the entire novel in a single sitting I would recommend Ahava s novel to readers looking for an emotional and engaging story which overflows with emotion thought provoking ideas and feelings and well written prose Enjoy


10 thoughts on “Taivaalta tippuvat asiat

  1. says:

    Some people are going to love this book There are many brief scenes of exuisite and particular wonder and the characters are deeply lovable For

  2. says:

    We don’t always know what’s going to happen to us in this world Little Saara learns that when her mother is unexpectedly killed when a block of ice falls from the sky Her Aunt Annu unexpectedly wins the lottery – twice And Harnish MacKay is expectedly struck by lightning five times That’s all I wish to say about the plot of this book and leave it to this talented author to tell her memorable taleThis is the second novel by the wel

  3. says:

    #gifted oneworldpublications The third Nordic country I've visited for the first time in April Things that Fall From the Sky by Finnish author Selja Ahava is a lovely blend of whimsical and thoughtful It's not uite magical realism or fantasy but it toes the line of the unreal uestioning why certain things happen fate

  4. says:

    Wonderful novel written almost as separate short stories woven together A mildly dark delight

  5. says:

    I absolutely love it when there’s some synchronicity in the books I read The previous novel Jan Carson’s The Fire Starters features a mermaid and in Finnish author Selja Ahava’s Things that Fall from the Sky a mermaid also appears Also both books are slightly surrealOther than that there are major differencesThings that Fall from the Sky is about coincidences All the characters are a victim of it good or bad One character wins the

  6. says:

    Intriguing tale that starts very well but feels a bit off balance though at some places Hamish Mackay's section felt separate from the entity a

  7. says:

    Ahava’s novel centers around two main interconnecting themes grief – our need to make sense of and clearly define life and death; and the randomness of life – its haphazardness whether good or bad These themes overlap and converge and are affected by the weight of time The author explores our human desire to fully comprehend

  8. says:

    In real life mental illnesses are caused by brain chemistry genetic predisposition life experiences—things that can be rationally understood for the most part It’s only in fiction that I see someone driving the

  9. says:

    This novel took my breath away I absolutely adored the emotional storyline and the abundant frame narrative which highlights the diverse and contrasting emotions of each character Saara the youngest protagonist is engaging and her child like thoughts and challenges evoke sadness sympathy and wonder Her and her family's hardships resilience and rebound are inspiring to read about and Saara's story grips you until the end

  10. says:

    This is an interesting easy to read book which examines coincidences The things that can uite literally fall out of the blue for no reason whatsoever and change your life forever The narrative changes perspective between different related protagonists who all view life differently Most of the book is taken up

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