[ Ebook ] ➨ Eine Therapie für Aristoteles Author Melanie Sumner – Anguillais.us

Eine Therapie für Aristoteles Wie Schreibt Man Einen Roman In 30 Tagen Aristoteles Aris Thibodeau Ist Zw Lfeinhalb Jahre Alt Nein, Sie Ist Kein Junge Und Ja, Sie Ist Zu H Herem Berufen Leider Steckt Sie Seit Dem Tod Ihres Vaters In Einer Eher M Ig Interessanten Kleinstadt Fest, Wo Sie Sich Um Das Desolate Liebesleben Ihrer Mutter K Mmern Muss Nicht Zu Vergessen Ihr Job Als Koerzieherin Ihres Kleinen Bruders Max, F R Dessen Therapie Das Gesamte Geld Der Familie Draufgeht Zum Gl Ck Hat Aris Einen Plan Mithilfe Des Ratgebers Schreiben Sie Einen Roman In 30 Tagen , Den Ihre Mutter Ihr Als Therapieersatz In Die Hand Gedr Ckt Hat, Will Sie Einen Bestseller Schreiben Inhalt Des Buches Ihre Charmant Dysfunktionale Familie Wenn Nur Ihre Mutter Endlich Die Finger Vom Onlinedating Lassen W Rde, Dann K Nnte Sie Erkennen, Dass Der Perfekte Mann F R Sie Der Handwerker Und Nanny Ersatz Penn Mac Guffin Ist Und Aris H Tte Zumindest Schon Mal Den Romantischen Strang Ihres Plots In Der Tasche Und Einen Vater Im Echten Leben Als Jedoch Ein Unfall Einen D Steren Teil Der Thibodeau Familienhistorie Enth Llt, Muss Aris Einsehen, Dass Manches Im Leben Genauso Wie In Der Gro En Literatur Nicht Exakt So Verl Uft, Wie Es Geplant War.

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  1. says:

    She s precocious from the beginning , maybe a bit overly precocious , but I knew I would like Aris from the beginning The name is short for Aristotle is this author pushing the envelope a bit too far In the end , I didn t think so Is the story quirky Absolutely Does it seem a little far fetched to think that this child narrator will write a book in 30 days Of course So that s what suspension of disbelief in reading is about Besides that , I love the honesty that child narrators exude Did some of the phrasing seem a little too contrived and that the author was trying a little too hard Sometimes Did any of this change how I felt about this twelve, excuse me 12.5 little girl going on 30 Not in the least 12.5 year old Aris lives with her mother who she calls Diane and her younger brother Max Diane is depressed, struggles financially and emotionally and the family is having a hard time fitting in Kanuga , Georgia They moved there from Alaska to be near Diane s parents , when her husband Joe died Aris decides to write a novel us...


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    12.5 year old plucky, precocious, Aristotle Aris Thibodeau, her mother, Diane, and little brother Max, are fish out of water in Kanuga, Georgia They moved to Kanuga from Alaska to be near Diane s parents after Aris Max s father tragically died in a car accident Diane, an English professor at Kanuga Christian College, and Aris both love to read and write When Aris receives a copy of Write a Novel in Thirty Days as a gift, she decides she will get the family s life back on track by writing a novel, making a million dollars, and creating a new happy ending her family.I love the original concept behind this book, and admit to being a complete sucker for young, smart, and resourceful protagonists Sumner does a wonderful job with her characters Diane as the overwhelmed single mother still grieving the loss of her husband Grandma and Grandpa, Diane s overbearing parents, harping about inconsequential matters, while failing to recognize where help is really needed Penn, the salt of the earth local Diane meets at an AA meeting, who rejects the small minded thinking prevalent in Kanuga and is always there to help Diane and the kids expecting nothing in return At its best, the writing alternates between heartwarming and hilarious Unfortunately, the storyline meanders at times, and in attempting to weave between the actual novel and Aris s novel became a bit jumbled.Overall a satisfying read 3.5 s...


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    I am writing this novel to circumvent the bother and expense of therapy I am writing this novel to make money so Diane can retire, Max can go to camp, and I can chill This would be novelist is Aris short for Aristotle Thibodeau, 12.5 years old and as precocious as Flavia de Luce or your other favorite child narrator Diane is her single mother, and Max her downright weird younger brother Penn MacGuffin, their gruff nanny and PMI positive male influence, that is forms the final corner of this wonky family quadrilateral Using Write a Novel in 30 Days , Aris is turning her family s life story into fiction In some ways they are very out of place here in Kanuga, Georgia a two Walmart, no Target town fuelled by fast food and tethered to heaven by a church on every corner Diane feeds the kids weird vegan food and tries to wriggle out of signing the statement of belief required by the Bible college where she teaches freshman English With her enlightened perspective, Diane sets out to save Charles Hutchins, her African American writing prot g , from an unfair prison sentence he got for speeding.This fight for justice provides a good narrative direction for a book that can otherwise seem a little aimless Only three stars because, although I enjoyed Aris s voice and her writing brainstorming sessions with Ms Chu,...


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    After receiving the book Write a Novel in 30 days from her mother, 12.5 year old going on 35 Aris Aristotle Thibodeau decides she is going to write a novel that is going to make her rich enough to change her family s life Aris has been through quite a lot in her young life the death of her father, having to co parent her 8 year old brother, moving from Alaska to Kanuga, GA, and most...


  5. says:

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Wow This book is such a cute, quirky story that I just couldn t put down I wanted to keep reading and reading just to see what would happen.This book is about Aristotle or Aris , a 12.5 year old girl who received a copy of Write a Novel in Thirty Days from her mother, Diane Aris starts off writing a novel, completing exercises from the book, and doing absolutely adorable things on the way She narrates the book, and while it may seem somewhat juvenile at times because she s only twelve, it s actually a breath of fresh air, and I believe the author has done...


  6. says:

    I wanted to like this book, and it s occasionally charming, but the white savior tone was really off putting.


  7. says:

    Quirky Engaging Altogether imperfectly perfect How to Write a Novel was one of the best reads this summer Poor Aris is locked into a most unhealthy and codependent relationship with her mother and she s only 12.5 Sumner captures the tween voice in all of its absurdities, emerging maturity, and longi...


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    Original review at www.125pages.com I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.2 Stars As I read a book, I copy and paste phrases, sentences, and paragraphs into emails and send them to myself for reference while writing a review As the mother of two 20 and 10 this book made me crazy The main character is twelve and a half and that is stated numerous times Instead of writing a review I m going to let my emails review for me From Laura Sent Sunday, August 9, 2015 5 42 PM To Laura Subject How 2 Rule 27 Avoid flashbacks They are usually a sign that the writer is avoiding conflict Watch out, here comes a flashback Aris Thibodeau leaned back into her seat, lifted her water bottle, and looked deeply into its clear color She took a sip and thought about Billy and their secret, steamy clandestine meeting in the sacristy at St Michael s on that stormy night last July Billy wore the scarlet acolyte robe of the chalice bearer, which made his hazel eyes even hazel With both hands, he fumbled at the top button of her robe His breath, smelling faintly of Eucharist wine, felt warm as he brushed his lips against hers After supper he took the cup of wine and when he had given thanks, he gave it to them, and said, Drink this, all of you Here, let me help you, Aris whispered to Billy, because he was getting nowhere fast with the button At any moment, Father John might open the door and disc...


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    For me, this book started out too cutesy but not cute and contrived. The 12.5 year old first person protagonist is going to write a novel in 30 days with the help of an instructional book Initially she seemed too adult while her mother seemed too childish, but the child did start seeming her age And used footnotes to explain emoticons There is the clich of a missing parent There is the obligatory child abuse, although the book isn t mainly about that Fortunately, there is not a child with a fatal disease that would have made this the trifecta of YA literature There is a somewhat interesting ghost doing ghostly things The pre teen angst wasn t even very angsty A kindergarten teacher says, I want to marry Max That would be okay except that Max is not her boyfriend, he is one of the kindergartners Rather unsettling Also unfortunately, there isn t a plot, at least not much of one.Good ol mom tries to sneak tofu corn dogs instead of meat corn dogs into hot dog buns Corn dogs, tofu or meat, don t go into hot dog buns that s the whole point of a corn dog.I did like the quote, Except for the ten foot statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest, founder and grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, who sits on a horse in front of the cou...


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    2.5 For now I think my rating is 2.5 but not sure if I ll put under 2 or 3 for GRs rating b c I need to digest it a little and will rate later It s quirky weird at times cute at times and maybe it s too deep and I m too shallow to get it I really liked the cover and idea of it, that s why I picked it up and I really wanted to like it, and through out reading it I felt like I was chasing that high or like that I wanted First of all Aris main character narrator, short for Aristotle didn t come across like any 12.5 year olds I ve ever met even when she used emoticons, maybe she could have been 14 to 16 I did like some of it in small parts or short stories, but overall I just kept making comments, rolling my eyes or just didn t feel it Maybe if the author was very young and or was a first novel, possibly I could rate higher I don t see that ...

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