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Retrieved 13 February They were all brilliant. Also, the whole spoon shortage and desire for spoons was weirdly wonderful. And the radiator morse code at night, the arranged marriages, and getting high on colours were nice touches.
Violet was a crazy cow — the way she manipulated and tried to control Eddie at the end was highly entertaining. Lucy was a bit of an oddball character, I'm hoping she doesn't end up with Tommo.
Sally was an evul cow, and Yewberry was a bastard but they were both fun to read about. He was a dick — he was such a horrible friend to Eddie.
I hope he gets his comeuppance in the sequels. I was expecting more action and revelations but it was so dragged out and underwhelming. Eddie got married to Violet and they're having a baby together, it'll be really distasteful if he leaves his wife and baby for Jane.
Also, it'll be cheesy for them to end up together because of them being all forbidden because of their complementary colour status. Eddie should stay in his miserable marriage, and Jane should get on with her own life.
All in all, I kind of liked it at times, but for the most part I was frustrated and annoyed. The characters were all strong apart from Eddie , but the story was all over the place, and the worldbuilding was a mess, though by the end it did manage to sort itself out.
I'll probably read the sequel as it'll no doubt be easier to appreciate the rich world. View all 10 comments. Apr 16, Lisa Vegan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: anyone with a warped sense of humor who also enjoys dystopian novels.
Shelves: fiction , readbooks-male-author-or-illust , uk , speculative-fiction , goodreads-author , novel , zz-5star , z , reviewed. This is one of those books thats most enjoyable to read when you come to it knowing not too much.
So, Ill say just three specific things: 1. Very amusing for me given that except for a few exceptions such as salads, I use spoons to eat everything not to be eaten with my hands, 2.
Im going to be very aware if I use the phrase you know and will try to avoid doing so, 3. The story is both chilling and hilarious. The best science fiction has profound things to say about our current society, and this story certainly does it well.
The society in this book might very well be the most creatively constructed dystopian society ever. Readers may never again look at color in quite the same way.
The creativity quotient is high and was the deciding factor for me to assign 5 vs. View all 11 comments. Mar 26, Rose rated it really liked it Shelves: dystopian.
If you do, you're probably a Douglas Adams fan which means you would probably like this also. I love the British sense of humor and wit, the dry cleverness always gets me and Fforde is quite good at "The ships hung in the sky in much the same way that bricks don't" Do you recognize that quote?
I love the British sense of humor and wit, the dry cleverness always gets me and Fforde is quite good at slipping in absurd lines that sound normal at first and hit you a few seconds later.
This would probably be an amazing audiobook. While I loved the humour, this is meant to be a dystopian tale about our future.
Hundreds of years after the 'Something That Happened', humans have become severely colorblind and now live in a society where your social standing is determined solely based on you're ability to see color.
Most of what is seen is grey but you may be able to see shades of red, yellow, or blue. How we got this way and why we live in such a backwards society are only part of the fun of reading this gem.
Jasper Fforde has a hit with this new series. I have had his "Thursday Next" series on my to-read list forever but the first in this new series popped up at the library so I thought I'd give it a shot.
And I am so glad I did! In this world, the lives of the people are defined by their ability to perceive color. Each person in the Collective is subject the "Ishihara test" upon turning 20 years old.
Once their color perception is measured and documented by a representative from National Color, they Jasper Fforde has a hit with this new series.
Once their color perception is measured and documented by a representative from National Color, they are ready to begin serving the Collective in whatever capacity is determined by the test.
High perception of the primary colors will earn you a place as a prefect in your village. Exceptional color perception could even lead to a position with National Color!
Those very unfortunate to be unable to see any color at all are consigned to the Grey zone and given all the unsavory work that keeps the Collective running.
Marriage choices are limited to same color unions or unions within the same color family and marriages between complementary colors are prohibited.
So a Red could marry a Purple or an Orange, but never a Green. And of course a Grey is entirely unsuitable, although not prohibited. They also have a very rigid set of Rules that all must follow, including styles of dress, mealtime etiquette, and a strict set of protocols for virtually every occasion or situation.
Oh, and they aren't allowed to make new spoons, so all existing spoons are highly prized and passed down from generation to generation.
This is all due to the "Something That Happened" but no one knows what that Something was. Eddie Russett is our protagonist.
He is sent to live with his dad in the Outer Fringes after his dad is reassigned as the local "swatchman" due to the abrupt absence of the previous swatchman.
Eddie is in trouble with his local council for a prank he pulled and is given the task of a "chair census" to teach him some humility.
On the way to their new village they make a stop to see some sites in the nearest large town and while sight-seeing they stumble across an accident in a paint shop and Eddie's dad is called in to help.
This is just the beginning of a series of strange occurences that happen as Eddie and his dad make their way in a very strange town. Things are very much not as they seem and Eddie has just enough curiousity to get himself in big trouble.
This is such an interesting world! The use of chromatics as a basis for society and government is so novel; I very much admire Mr.
Fforde's creativity. I will be looking for the next in this series, for sure! Dec 02, Joseph rated it it was amazing Shelves: dystopias , read-injanuary , best-of , autographed-copy , best-series-fiction , best.
Fforde has created another most illogically logical, or logically illogical world, just like he did with his great Thursday Next series. However you look at it, this new world is more bizarre than Lewis Carroll 's mad Wonderland and L.
Frank Baum 's colorful Oz combined. Mix in a bit of the dystopian worlds created by Lois Lowry in The Giver and Gathering Blue and you get this amazing book.
A story of a future where the rules of living are based on color. Not the color of a person's skin, but the Fforde has created another most illogically logical, or logically illogical world, just like he did with his great Thursday Next series.
Not the color of a person's skin, but the colors that they can see. Fforde has done such an amazing job with this story where leaders and their citizens go about finding legal ways to break the laws in order to keep order that its almost believable that such a world could exist.
This book is so deep that I feel I'm going to have to read it again to truly understand it all since so much of it is so insane a sane mind might have some trouble understanding it all.
All in all, this work is so ridiculous it was a blast to read. I can't wait for the sequel. View 1 comment. What did he just say? I think this was a constant reaction from me given that this is my first Fforde novel.
And, boy did I slow down my pace. Eddie and his world are definitely quirky, different and funny! He simply wants to marry Constance and get a good job; first he must go to the Outer Fringe to conduct a chair census.
On his way, he and his father meet a Grey camouflaged as a Purple as well as meet a certain Jane. He is smitten.
So many things in this was different for me! The world that Eddie lives in is one organized according to color.
View all 3 comments. It contains a delightfully bizarre and humorous look at a post-apocalyptic world hundreds if not thousands The people of this world are largely colorblind or have limited monochromatic vision or at best dichromatic vision.
The better you can see your specific color, the higher your social standing; the shorter the wavelength of your spectrum, the higher your social standing following the rainbow prism of ROYGBIV, red is the low end and violet is the high end.
The system itself is one of thousands upon thousands of often nonsensical rules which all must follow for the good of the collective.
Into this world steps a young man named Edward, a Red who likes to ask questions. Sent to an outskirt town, he meets a violent, yet pretty Grey named Jane, stumbles into multiple conspiracies to beat the system and just tries to understand why no one is allowed to make more spoons.
As one would expect from Fforde, the books is extremely humorous and off-the-wall. Some examples: one of the greatest fears of the people in the world is being attacked by swans, spoons serve as valuable underground currency, and sex is referred to as youknow.
Language itself is generally quite comical in the book, another example being that the apocalypse is simply referred to as "Something that Happened" what actually happened, no one knows.
Although funny, the humor doesn't all completely work. There were times where I mentally recognized a scene as funny but didn't find myself emotionally laughing about it.
On the other hand, one paragraph had me in such stitches my wife had to come in from another room to find out what was going on. As with many works of humor, it can be a bit hit or miss.
The story, plot, and background seem better developed that what is found in the Thursday Next series, which has a much stronger "making up as he goes along" feel to it.
Shades of Grey is the first book in what is planned to be at least a trilogy, so hopefully many of the unexplained aspects of the world will eventually be made clear by the end.
Jan 27, Sumit Singla rated it really liked it Shelves: authors-with-promise , 4-stars , , humour. I'm not fully sure of how to classify this book.
Is it social satire? Is it absurdist literature? It is just a light-hearted comedic attempt by someone with a phenomenal sense of humour?
Well, probably a bit of all three. Our story is set in an oddly dystopian society - where citizens are colour-coded into a caste system. There is a total lack of individualism, and people are trained to be conformists.
But, it's not bleak; it's a laugh riot with tons of actual LOL moments. After all, punishments I'm not fully sure of how to classify this book.
After all, punishments for stepping out of line could include conducting chair censuses or measuring the consistency of stools Yech!
Our young hero has to deal with all this and more. In addition, the wrath of his 'lady love', a lowly Grey is not be scoffed at either. Jasper Fforde writes brilliantly, and keeps you hanging on to every word - it's a bit of Brave New World on laughing gas.
If you're not reading this, you're missing out on something brilliant. View all 5 comments. Nov 15, Emily rated it really liked it. I really liked this one - it was funny not in an annoying slapstick way and had a very interesting, well thought out world.
However, this book just ends. There's no real resolution to anything. Clearly there was meant to be a follow on book that never happened.
For that reason, my recommendation is to skip this book simply because the ending is so frustrating. Apr 14, Paul rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: People who: are looking for something creative, enjoy quirky humor.
Shelves: fiction , series , dystopian , beloved-favorites. I knew that you were going to do this, Fforde.Die schüchterne, attraktive Studentin Anastasia lernt bei einem Interview den Milliardär Christian Grey kennen. Sie ist gleichzeitig verstört und fasziniert vom arroganten, anzüglichen Auftreten des Jährigen und lässt sich auf eine Affäre mit. Shades of Grey (Originaltitel: Fifty Shades) ist eine erotische Roman-Trilogie der britischen Autorin E. L. James aus den Jahren und Der englische. Fifty Shades of Grey ist ein US-amerikanischer Erotikfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte Sam Taylor-Johnson nach einem Drehbuch von Kelly Marcel. Fifty Shades of Grey - Geheimes Verlangen: Band 1 - Roman | James, E L, Brandl, Andrea, Hauser, Sonja | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle.