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Jeg savner deg, jeg savner deg!

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Jeg savner deg, jeg savner deg! er en helt spesiell roman Peter Pohl har skrevet ut fra samtaler og brevveksling med 16-årige Kinna Gieth og ut fra dagbøker som hun har overlatt ham. resultatet er sterkt og fascinerende. Fortellingen om Tina griper fatt i leseren og gjør boken vanskelig å legge fra seg før siste side er lest.
Hardcover, 242 pages
Published 1993 by Gyldendal Norsk Forlag AS (first published 1992)
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OMG. I don't know how many times I've read this book.... I LOVE IT! Got it from the library several times, ended up buying it and I usually read it at least once every year. It's just heartbreaking to even think about what it would be like to lose your twin-sister, part of yourself.
GladiaTori E.A.L.
Feb 25, 2008 GladiaTori E.A.L. rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people with depression
This book was translated from Swedish and was written by Peter Pohl and Kinna Gieth. A 14 year old girl, Tina, faces grief and confusion when her identical twin sister is killed in a car accident. Tina and Cilla, her twin, were very close. Tina has nightmares about Cilla, and thinks that she is looking at Cilla when she sees herself in the mirror. When she goes to summer camp, she meets a boy and falls in love. But she starts to feel guilty about being happy when Cilla is unhappy and dead. How ...more
I am so disappointed. The writing style of this book makes me think about a horny thirteen year old. And I'm not gonna say I didn't enjoy it at all, because I did. 40 pages of it. The part where Cilla dies was the part I enjoyed, not because of her death but because that was the only part of the book that actually felt real. I don't know if the author has ever lost anyone close, and of course the way you grief is individual but holy shit the grieving parts of this book felt SO fake! Not sure I'd ...more
Eigentlich dachte ich immer, ich sei gerade Jugendlichen gegenüber ein toleranter Mensch ;-). Doch während der ersten 80 Seiten dieses Jugendromas wurde ich eines Besseren belehrt. Mittelpunkt des Buches ist ein eineiiges 13jähriges Zwillingspaar, die, bevor es zu einem tragischen Unglück bekommt, ausführlich beschrieben werden. Cilla ist die ernsthaftere der Beiden, mit all ihren Sinnen dem Theater und auch der Musik verhaftet. Oberflächliches ist ihr eher fremd und erst recht, als sie einem be ...more
Zusterliefde, verliefdheid, dood en rouwen; dat zijn de thema's van dit leuke tienerboek. Bijna de helft van het boek gaat over alledaagse tienerbeslommeringen en schetst een goed beeld van de twee totaal verschillende karakters van de tweeling Tina en Cilla. Na de onverwachte sterfte van Cilla, moet Tina een nieuw balans vinden tussen verdriet en leven.

Ik vond het sprookje van de oude ziel dat de moeder aan Tina vertelt heel mooi:
"Er was eens een zeer oude ziel, die vele, vele mensenlevens op a
I've read this book so many times and I just love it. Fantastic story about the unbreakable bond between sisters and twins and about mivng on when the world falls apart. I always end up in tears when I read it
I decided to read this book a few years ago, after I saw the movie, which I really liked. But this book didn't live up to my high expectations.

Don't get me wrong; the book is good, and the story is very emotioanl, especially the first half of the book. Then it goes a little downhill in the last part with the camp and all. But I think the main reason I just thought this book was okay, is because of the writing. It annoyed me SO much! When the characters said something, there wasn't any " or -, o
Det finns inte ord som kan beskriva den här boken. Låter istället väl valda GIF göra det åt mig:

All them feels.
This is my absolute favorite book of all. I don't know another book that describes so well what it's like to have a twin sister that is so important to you. With a big thank you to Kinna Kieth, the co-author of Peter Pohl, because it's her story. Peter Pohl wrote it down in his own unique way, without using the quotation marks, so that the reader has to read carefully and with full attention. Which this book totally deserves. I cannot read I Miss You, I Miss You without tears, and yet it still i ...more
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janie love
I miss you, I miss you is true story. It gives you amazing experience about twin sisters feelings who have lost her friend and sister. I don´t have sisters or brothers, so it was interesting to read someone´s connection to her sister and how she thought about after it. It was also interesting to see what she did when she found her sister´s secrets and so on. It gives you something to think or actually a lot.
This is one of my favorite books by one of my favorite authors. The first time I read it I was a teenager myself, and identified strongly with the main character and her struggle to go on living after the death of her sister. It is a captivating, sad and beautiful story about love and grief, and I recommend it strongly to anyone who likes books that make them cry.
Nu var det ju ett tag sen jag läste den här men ändå. Sorglig handling. Peter Pohl skriver ofta väldigt typ "poesiaktigt", lite "kanske var det meningen att det skulle bli såhär" m.m. Bra bok om man vill läsa om något annat än vampyrer hela tiden.
Jennifer Ahlin
Kan vara en av de bästa böcker jag läst. Blev helt tagen av berättelsen. Den är skriven som att det är Tina som berättar, fast i tredje person. Språket i boken passar verkligen en 13/14-årings sätt att prata/berätta. Mycket stark berättelse.
Ahdistavasta aiheesta, mutta eri tavalla kuin olisi takakannen perusteella odottanut. Ei siis niin ahdistava kuin olisi voinut olla, joten ei mun angstiini oikein sopinut. Mutta sellaiselle semi-angstaajalle hyvä.
That kind of porttrait of loosing someone you love just doesn't come along that often. Not glossed over and not made into anything mora than it is. I miss you, I miss you, it's sometimes as simple as that.
Felt like I wont remember this book, but it was an ok read I guess.
I totally loved this book, it's my favourite. I've read it three times and everytime again it touches my soul.
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Peter Pohl was born in 1940 in Germany. His father died in World War II. After the war, Pohl and his swedish mother moved to Sweden, where he's lived ever since.In 1975, Pohl graduated and became a professor in Numerical analysis. Five years later he started filming, and with success: he won various prizes for his work. His writing career started in 1983. Pohl's themes are sad: themes like death, ...more
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