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Всичко започва с една чисто нова чанта. Тя е синьо-бяла, с жълта рибка и принадлежи на малката Дора, която за пръв път отива на детска градина. Петгодишният Лука никога досега не е виждал нещо по-красиво! Той е толкова очарован, че забравя да диша и изпада в безсъзнание. Дора го свестява с целувка и двамата стават неразделни. До един септемврийски ден, когато родителите на ...more
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Ginny_1807
Dec 25, 2013 Ginny_1807 rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Ginny_1807 by: Azzurrina
Storia zuccherosa di un amore contrastato dalla stupidità e scandito da svenimenti, partenze e gravidanze assortite.
Credo che parlare d'amore senza scadere nel trito e nel mellifluo sia, forse, l'impresa più impervia per uno scrittore, perché si tratta di dare forma e distinzione letteraria ad una materia - dialoghi, gesti, episodi - di incolore ovvietà, tranne per chi li pronuncia, li compie e li vive in prima persona come unici e straordinari.
Per scongiurare questo rischio (e la noia del letto
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Anica
"Jeden Tag, jede Stunde" ist eines dieser Bücher, das man entweder mag - oder nicht. Ich gehöre eindeutig zu den Liebhabern diesers Buches, obwohl auch ich während des Lesens mir manchmal gerne die Haare gerauft hätte.

Denn seien wir ehrlich, insgesamt gesehen, ist die Story um Luka und Dora nicht wirklich neu. Das hat man schon öfters so gelesen. Trotzdem entfaltet dieses Buch einen Sog, dem ich mich schwer entziehen konnte. Das liegt am Schreibstil, der so wunderbar poetisch, luftig und einfach
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Lettersalad
Kennt ihr das? Wenn eure Eltern euch und eure Geschwister früher an einem verregneten Sonntagnachmittag ins Wohnzimmer geschleppt haben, den Dia Projektor schon aufgebaut und euch dann gefühlte 200 Kisten Dias aus „den guten alten Tagen“ zeigen wollen? Ja? Genauso erging es mir mit diesem Buch. Dora und Luka kennen sich von Kindesbeinen an und verlieren sich eines Tages aus den Augen, als Dora überraschend nach Frankreich zieht. Erst Jahre später sehen sie sich wieder und aus der Kinder Freundsc ...more
Doreen
Jun 19, 2012 Doreen rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Kate, Laura, maybe Diane
Recommended to Doreen by: saw it on Goodreads
The story is beautiful. It begins with a boy and a girl, three years apart in age, who are meant to be together forever. They are each half of a whole. That's just how strongly connected they are throughout their whole lives. Circumstances arise that separate them while they're still children. They reconnect when they're just beginning their adulthood. They are both artists, she's an actress and he's a painter. The connection remains between them, just as powerful as ever.

A sister, a manipulativ
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Anastasia
Dora e Luka si conoscono da bambini, quando Luka svenendo viene soccorso da una curiosa bambina che stava osservando; e da lì subito decidono che sono il principino e la principessa e quindi si uniscono praticamente per la vita con qualche interruzione qua e là che varia da pochi mesi a sedici anni. Un amore che va oltre il tempo, intenso, travolgente, sia per i diretti interessati che per il lettore. Madosca.

Okay, basta con questa commedia.

Una certa pochezza dilaga per tutto il libro.

In primis
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Shannon (Giraffe Days)
When Dora is two years old she is sent to nursery school because her mother has to go back to work; there she meets five year old Luka, a boy prone to fainting fits, and the two children become the best of friends. It's a friendship that has something otherworldly about it - the townsfolk of Makarska, on the coast of Croatia, watch and wonder at it. But when Dora is six, her family moves to Paris, and they seem to forget about each other.

Years later, Luka is promising a young artist visiting Par
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Karen
A lovely piece of writing by a Croatian author but written originally in German, I believe, and then translated into English. Every Day, Every Hour is an unconventional love story...two star-crossed lovers who meet in early childhood, fall immediately in love, although they wouldn't put that name to it, are separated before reaching puberty and then are periodically, and temporarily, reunited from time to time over the years. Dora, an actress, lives in Paris, and Luka, an artist of considerable ...more
Ana Luisa
Neste exacto momento terminei a leitura deste livro e não queria ir dormir sem antes expressar a minha opinião sobre ele. Ainda por mim fluem uma enormidade de emoções e por isso espero conseguir dar uma opinião recta acerca deste livro.

A autora trouxe até nós um livro incrível, escrito de uma forma simples mas tão intensa que a certa altura nos perguntamos nos porquês da vida, nos rumos incertos que esta por vezes toma. É uma história de amor que nos faz sonhar e acreditar no destino, num amor
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Anka
As you already read above, the story takes place in Croatia. And not just anywhere, but in an amazingly beautiful town called Makarska, along the coast of Croatia. The story is about Luka and Dora, two kids who spend all of their time together. At first they are just best friends and can’t be separated, but as they grow older they begin to feel more than just friendship. The story is written in such a beautiful way, you’d almost think that it’s you eating ice cream with your best friend, enjoyin ...more
Andrea (Cozy Up With A Good Read)
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Before I started blogging I was all about the chick lit and cute romance stories, and just because I haven't read as many doesn't mean I won't if I find them, this book was right back to my roots. I love books with this kind of idea to them, the whole story of soulmates that just have a hard time keeping their lives picture perfect. I was really excited when I saw this one, especially because it was a translation book. I was a little
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Jennifer King
Someone whose recommendations I implicitly trust suggested this book and maybe that's why I found it so disappointing..expectations too high? It's not truly awful, not in the writing, which can be a bit overcooked, but was certainly atmospheric; nor in the characters, who I liked (well at least Dora) in spite of myself. No, it was the stupid ass plot that drove me bonkers. Two adults madly in love who can "hear" each others thoughts across miles but cannot somehow figure out a way to be together ...more
Heather Panella
I don't know in what universe I ever think that it's a good idea to read a tragic love story, but I did and I cried through the whole thing. I only picked it up because the author is Croatian and I felt that my heritage and I owed her a read! This book was beautiful and made me want to visit Paris then hop on a plane to Croatia and most of all find a man who will quote Pablo Neruda to me! Readers beware, though, this is not an easy read or a book that's quietly heartbreaking, it's one that rages ...more
Annie T.
... a profound and moving story to be used as a cautionary note by anyone who tends to follow other people's expectations rather than their own hearts
Mayany Lee
*spoiler included* this is just absolutely perfect love but its also absolutely imperfect at the same time. its a beautiful, amazing love story of two people who cannot be apart but they r apart
I love the book's mystery and how its so calm. I think a lot of people may think tht this is a boring book but I see it this way: its so calm and quiet in a wonderful way.
I dont actually believe in love like this I dont believe this soul mate thing but I love it cuz its like a fairy tale that doesnt exis
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Iva
I was thinking for some time if I should give it a three stars of four, beacuse 3.5 is impossible. But it is a different story than the ones I've read, full of emotion, story about a simple love that today seems to be existing only in novels like this one. It does deserve more than a 3.15 average grade.
Bernadet
Nl-talige versie. Prachtig liefdesverhaal doorwoven met stukjes poëzie van Neruda. Geen sentimenteel gedoe, maar een recht-door-zee relaas van de (onmogelijke) liefde tussen de 2 hoofdpersonages.
Annita
May 02, 2012 Annita marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Set in Croatia which is conveniently where our school's new director was working before he was hired by us.
Christelle
I don't even know what to say yet....review to come...

In the meantime, just go read it.
Kristiana Ivanova
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If someone tells me to describe this book with just a single world, it will be TENDERNESS!

Everyone who knows me will agree that I am a hopeless romantic. I really enjoy reading stories in which love wins everybody and everything. And because of that reason my dearest boyfriend gave this book to me as a gift. And the gift was just the perfect one!

If love existed in a liquid state, it would be poured in the pen of this novel
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Zara
Every Day, Every Hour by Natasa Dragnic is a hyperbolic romance in a small town called Makarska in Croatia that begins from childhood between a shy boy named Luka whose own anxiety causes him to have fainting spells and an extroverted, exuberant girl named Dora whose beauty and demands cause both drama and awe.

The narrative begins in a juvenile tone most probably because the voices speak as young children. But, even as the story progresses and the children grow into young men and women, the lang
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Mgipple
Pretty sappy, but pretty good.

I haven't read a book like this one in a while. It's written in a very direct, stream of consciousness-type prose. I liked it, some people probably think it's juvenile and easy. Ok. One thing I really enjoyed was how Dragnic would repeat certain phrases or even paragraphs or whole pages. You would read it, think "wait, did I start again too early, didn't I already read this?" be confused for a minute, check back, and realize that you were reading the same thing agai
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Jill
This book was written in German by a native Croatian and translated into English by Liesl Schillinger. Reviewing a translated book makes me nervous because of all the meta-factors at play: there is the original story, to which I have no access, intellectually or otherwise; there is the issue of how well the translation captures the spirit as well as the letter of the original; and there are cultural questions – for example, if I find the dialogue strange, could it be that this is actually how co ...more
Camille Turner
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Stefanie

Dora und Luka waren schon als Kinder unzertrennlich, seit Dora das erste mal in den Kindergarten kam. Es folgte eine Freundschaft, wie das kleine Fischerdorf an der kroatischen Küste sie noch nie gesehen hat. Doch dann zog Dora mit ihren Eltern nach Paris. Erst Jahre später sehen die beiden sich wieder.

Jeden Tag, jede Stunde ist kein kitschiger Liebesroman, bei dem man mit den Protagonisten hofft, dass sie am Ende zusammen sein können. Die Autorin hat hier Kapitel 40 ganz an den Anfang des Buche
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Jeanette
Such a beautiful book.

Dora and Luka are children together, best friends, soul mates. And then, Dora's family moves away. Years later, after they have both forgotten each other, but not forgotten the connection they shared, they meet again and everything is beautiful and perfect and the world is right.

But, of course, it doesn't stay that way.

For me, this book was about choices. Luka and Dora are pulled apart by choices they have no control over, but their own choices keep them apart and affect
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Rooserd
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Iedere dag, ieder uur van de Duits-Kroatische schrijfster Natasa Dragnic is een uniek verhaal over een tragische liefde van twee mensen. Iedere dag, ieder uur denken ze aan elkaar en toch kunnen ze niet bij elkaar zijn. Aan de liefde tussen hen ligt het niet. Het was liefde op het eerste gezicht toen Dora en Luka elkaar als kind ontmoetten op een kinderdagverblijf in Makarska, Kroätie. Samen beleven ze een paar prachtige jaren, voornamelijk doorgebracht op
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Sonia
Un libro piccolino, solo 220 pagine, eppure già sta facendo parlare di sé provocando aperti dissensi, o totali consensi.
Non pensavo che una storia del genere, che si legge in poche ore (un paio basteranno) e che racconta l'amore tra un ragazzo e una ragazza, iniziata nell'infanzia e durata un'intera vita, potesse provocare commenti così accalorati.
Luka e Dora vivono in un paese di mare, in Croazia e trascorrono la loro infanzia insieme, diventando in poco tempo inseparabili. come se fin da picco
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Elif
Meine Meinung

Ich hatte wirklich große Erwartungen an dieses Buch, da die Inhaltsangabe so vielversprechend klang. Leider konnte „Jeden Tag, jede Stunde“ meine Erwartungen nicht erfüllen.
Anfangs hat mir die Geschichte noch ganz gut gefallen, doch schon da haben mich die Charaktere gestört. Ich konnte mit ihnen einfach nicht warm werden.
Dora ist mir viel zu sehr von sich selbst überzeugt gewesen und viel zu sehr davon überzeugt, dass Luka sie liebte. Natürlich tat er das, aber nie kamen ihr Zwei
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Cheryl
In Croatia, Luka is being born. He comes into this world a small, fragile boy. Unlike, Dora, who comes out screaming to the world that she has arrived. Luka grows up a quiet boy. He likes to paint. Dora was born to mark and leave her makr in the world. The first day of school is the day that she first saw Luka. He was watching her. Suddenly, he fainted. Dora knew just what to do. She marched over to Luka, kissed him and whispher, "You are my sleeping beauty, only mine, wake up, my prince, you ar ...more
Lidija
Kad ste uzbuđeni i treperite i drago vam je pri pomisli da ćete nešto što volite ponovno raditi: slušati baš tu, i samo tu pjesmu, pa je već i prije nego počne, čujete svim svojim bićem. Poznat osjećaj? Tako sam se osjećala kad sam drugi put krenula čitati "Svaki dan, svaki sat". Iako su prošle dvije godine od prvog čitanja, sve sam znala. I mislila sam da me ne može iznenaditi. Uživat ću, znala sam, jer strašno mi se svidjela i prvi put. Oh, ali kako me je ovaj put iznenadila! Čitala sam poznat ...more
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