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Super should be deemed a classic. About halfway through his brother gets him to fly out to supe him in America and he makes lists in America. On one of the shows he sat in front of a tank full of all the substances human beings are made of. Super is completely devoid of it. Books by Erlend Loe. When his brother returns from his trip, he realizes the protagonist is having a gentle nervous breakdown combined with a mild existential crisis, and cares for the protagonist, including taking him on a trip to New York.

You can read my entire review here. Ne mogu ni da ga ocenim. This is why it’s super.

Nice, quirky and not entirely nnaivus people, but nice people nonetheless. My existence was full of these things. Jul 29, Sam Quixote rated it did not like it. He is a nice guy. Have a nice day. The drama is in the everyday life, not from landmark moments.


It’s almost like a minimal novel which appeals to me.

You erled everything to gain and nothing to loose. Jun 07, Brendan Monroe rated it really liked it Shelves: I also believe in love. Apr 06, Anita Dalton rated it it was amazing Shelves: Super was a 1 best-seller in Erlend L The narrator of this funny and poignant novel is searching for meaning, going back to his childhood, onto the web and off to New York to find it. Paperbackpages.

Naïve. Super

Return to Book Page. But the question remains throughout the entire book if it will be okay for him in the end. It shows what used to excite me when I was younger. Naivuss, what is the point? The main character is flawed but he is fully aware of that.

He worked at a psychiatric clinic, and was later a freelance journalist for Norwegian newspaper Adresseavisen.

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He thinks constantly about the question of time and space. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. There is no time. In he debuted with the book Tatt av kvinnen, and a koe later published a children’s book, Fisken, about a forklift operator named Kurt. But it’s also a very good book. In he debuted with the book Tatt av kvinnen, and a year later published a children’s book, Fisken, about a forklift operator name Erlend Loe nakvus a Norwegian novelist.

He gets overwhelmed a lot, so he buys a Brio hammer-and-peg to help.

I wrote him a long nice one with loads of questions, but the one he gives in the book is defunct and when I contacted his publisher they started naivjs questions. Super was a 1 best-seller in Lpe Loe’s native Norway. Do you want me to repeat that?


The interesting thing about Naive Super is that the adversity is the character’s own doing. One has to agree that his brother is a good man, because he permits his year-old brother, a man who rather enjoys spending hours playing with Brio toys and making seemingly pointless lists, stay in his apartment in exchange for just giving him his messages. View all 10 comments. Sep 02, M. Lke trivia or quizzes yet. I like reading them. Jul 09, Matthew Rhodes rated it it was amazing.

It was first published in in Norwegian, where it was very popular. Published July 7th by Canongate UK first published But I believe that something means something. This leads to a number of Things I like about this book: I believe in cleansing the soul through fun and games. The unnamed narrator is almost anti-protagonist.

You might as well take it easy. All I can say is that you supre enter this novel expecting too much to happen–this isn’t a novel lof huge story arcs and climaxes. Dialogue is just discarded for the most part. Nope, my instincts was right the first time because this novel suuuuucked!