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Gut gegen Nordwind Slučajan susret u bespuću internetske galaksije povezat će Emmu Rothner i Lea Leikea Emma želi otkazati pretplatu na časopis nakladničke kuće Like ali greškom šalje mejl na privatnu Leovu adresu Banalna omaška dovest će do vatrometa visprenih ljubavnih dijaloga profinjene verbalne erotike koja pretvara internetsku mrežu u medij jezične strasti Hoće li se dvoje potpunih stranaca ikada sresti Hoće li platonska veza završiti u preljubu IliPišite mi Emmi Pisanje je kao ljubiti samo bez usana Pisanje je ljubiti sa glavom

About the Author: Daniel Glattauer

Daniel Glattauer geboren 1960 in Wien studierte Pädagogik Diplomarbeit “Das Böse in der Erziehung” Zunächst Hobby Literat Liedermacher und Kellner später Journalist zuerst Redakteur bei der Presse dann zwanzig Jahre Autor bei der österreichischen Tageszeitung „Der Standard“ Zwischendurch und jetzt erst recht Schriftsteller Verheiratet ein großes Kind leider keinen Hund mehr dafür f

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  1. Ⓐlleskelle - teamSøren♗ ⊲I like big b00ks⊳ Ⓐlleskelle - teamSøren♗ ⊲I like big b00ks⊳ says:

    ONE SITTING READ RIGHT HERE ALL NIGHTER MUST READ Re read Oct 22 2014 Still ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 STARS ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈I don't know where to start to explain you the whirlwind of emotions I experienced last night reading Love VirtuallyBut let's rectify something right now Who decided to just change the original title of this book? It was called in German Gut Gegen Nordwind Good Against North Wind And this makes so much senseA little while ago I asked for a book recommendation here on Goodreads I wanted to know if there was possibly a good book out there with a very specific theme long distance romance email or chat correspondenceA Goodread user answered me Are you kidding? There's no romance in email txt or 'im chat' Anyone who would even try to write a 'romance' with those elements would be a laughable author at best Try this A S Bratt Possession instead Stay authentic I obviously was not kidding at all I met the father of my son 14 years ago this very same wayAnd let me tell you it is very authentic it was very romantic we wrote to each other for 3 years long emails letters and phone calls Romanticism can perfectly lives within virtual electronic ways rest assuredIs Daniel Glattauer a laughable author? Absolutely not He is a genius≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈≈It all started with Emmi trying to unsubscribe from a magazine with an email which lands by a fortunate mistake in Leo's email box Dear SirMadam at LIKE magazineAre you deliberately ignoring my attempts to cancel my subscription? If you're trying to offload copies of your rag which let's face it is gradually going down the drain I regret to inform you that I'm not going to pay another centBest WishesE Rothner It didn't take me long to be hooked the third email from Emmi's just set the tone of what would be one of the most brilliant and clever dialogues I have ever read between two people It was just like reading over Emmi and Leo' shoulders witnessing their mutual discovery of each other Leo had me with his first one I uickly fell in love with his character You've sent your message to the wrong address This is a private one woerterleikecomYou want woerterlikecom You're the third person who's sent me an email trying to cancel their subscription It must be really a shocking magazine They both pretty uickly develop feelings toward each other without really crossing a virtual line Emmi is a happily married woman after all Emmi you can't stop talking about sex It's pathological But that doesn't stop her staking claim of her virtual soulmate She just can't stop herself it was really comical AND sad considering the situation I'm sorry to say that yes IT DOES MATTER TO ME WHEN HOW WITH WHOM AND HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE SEX If I am indeed somebody's chosen second voice then I should also have the right to judge wether it's appropriate when how with whom and how often that person has sex The whole book is written in email format no narration at all I just completely overlooked the fact that no descriptions to their surroundings where given focusing on their exchange waiting for one of them to feed me crumbs about their lives Daniel Glattauer just made it work I couldn't put this book down She this Emmi with size 37 shoes is beginning to interest me than befits the nature of our correspondence I still don't know where I am going with this review weighting the pros and cons to tell you what is going to happen or let you enjoy the discovery of their correspondingI just told some friends I would never recommend this book to someone I care about just to spare them the trouble of having their heart ripped openIf you know me you should know by now that I hate giving out what is happening in a book unless you read itI love to experience every little details personally which is why I often overlook a blurb and try not to read reviews beforehand Has it occurred to you that we know absolutely nothing about each other? We're creating virtual character piecing together identikit fantasies of each other We're toying with and endlessly provoking each other's curiosity by refusing point blank to satisfy it Each of us is trying desperately to build up an accurate picture of the other And by the same time we're being meticulous in not giving away anything fundamental about ourselves I think you have here an answer to the above I would HIGHLY recommend EVERYONE to read this book Yes by all means feel free to write to me Type away all your frustration with men from the depths of your soul Unleash all your self righteousness cynicism and gloating If you feel better afterwards my inbox has done its job If you don't then just treat yourself or your mother to another LIKE subscription and unsubscribe from Leike Love Virtually left me in a hot mess of feelings it's one of the best romance book I have ever readWhy? Maybe because I have a story with corresponding by email to some stranger that you can't live without Yes I met my Leo in very similar circumstances My own virtual soulmateI invested myself a tad too much in their story but the author did not exactly left me a choice here You cannot NOT wish for Emmi and Leo an happy ending I was mentally screaming for them to meet and declare their love view spoilerOr I am the most horrible person in the world because I truly wanted for Emmi and Leo to have their HEA in spite of her Happy Marriage hide spoiler

  2. Emer (A Little Haze) Emer (A Little Haze) says:

    HALLELUJAH for this little book happy wiggleI needed something to lift me out of my life out of my head Just something to make me forget the world for a while and this little book waved hello at me with its friendly looking cover and IMMEDIATE hook From the first page I was grippedIt was snappy It felt freshIn fact it made me want to keep reading and reading and reading and turning those pages as uickly as my grubby little fingers could manage The story is told completely in email format between the two main characters While attempting to unsubscribe from a magazine Emmi accidentally mails the wrong email address and thus begins a rather curious and flirty email correspondence with Leo The two characters open up to each other and begin to share their thoughts and even though a romantic relationship could never or indeed should never happen for these two Well you can guess what begins to unfurlI loved the premise of this book Imagine getting to know someone through their words alone No face to distract no knowledge of their backgrounds not even the sound of their voice Nothing but the innermost workings of their mind typed into an email Despite the lack of physical contact it's a very intimate form of connection between two human beings And yet what was interesting was that even though we were privy to the inner thoughts of these two main characters we never fully got to know their whole selves Because the characters were able to pick and choose what part of themselves they shared with the other person and therefore with the reader So in a way it's kinda like all of us here on Goodreads choosing what we do and do not share about our own lives And so was all of this story truly believable??? Well not really I mean it did uickly get a bit far fetched especially if you are to believe that these are intelligent regular people The characters were a little identikit; she was pretty much your typical cute and uirky female lead and he was the self deprecating yet well educated male But you know what? I didn't have a problem with that Because it's a rom com A good fun book There are certain things that I both expect and want from this type of book and this delivered on all of those fronts And what does make this rom com standout from others is that it doesn't completely lose itself to being overly saccharine or laden with schmaltz And the two lead characters weren't always likeable and acted uite selfishly at times which gave this rom com a slightly edgier tone Is it predictable??Well yeah I kinda thought so But I did reeeeeally like the ending It's the ending I was gunning for And for good measure there's a seuel Yaaaaaaayyyyy One which I can't wait to get my hands on I've already been on to my library's website and arranged an inter library reservation That's a good sign right there happy grinningSo if you're looking for an easy light read yet something that will hold your attention maybe think about reading this three and a half stars rounded up to four “Has it occurred to you that we know absolutely nothing about each other? We’re creating virtual characters piecing together fantasies of each other We’re asking uestions that are never answered and that’s part of the charm We’re toying with and endlessly provoking each other’s curiosity by refusing point blank to satisfy it We’re trying to read between the lines and soon I expect we’ll be trying to read between the letters Each of us is trying desperately to build up an accurate picture of the other And at the same time we’re being meticulous in not giving away anything fundamental about ourselves What does “anything fundamental” mean – it means betraying nothing at all; we’ve yet to say anything about our lives about our everyday existences about the things that might be important to usWe’re communicating in a vacuum There are no people around us We don’t inhabit anywhere We don’t have ages We don’t have faces We make no distinction between day and night We don’t live in any particular time All we’ve got is our computer screens – for our eyes only – and we share a hobby we’re both interested in a complete stranger”

  3. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Gut gegen Nordwind Love Virtually Daniel GlattauerLove Virtually is a novel by the Austrian writer Daniel Glattauer It begins by chance Leo receives emails in error from an unknown woman called Emmi Being polite he replies and Emmi writes back A few brief exchanges are all it takes to spark a mutual interest in each other and soon Emmi and Leo are sharing their innermost secrets and longings Will their feelings for each other survive the test of a real life encounter? And if so what then? Love Virtually is a funny fast paced and absorbing experience with plenty of twists and turns about a love affair conducted by emailتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیست و دوم ماه جولای سال 2011 میلادیعنوان مقابله با باد شمال؛ نویسنده دانیل گلاتاثور؛ مترجم مهشید میرمعزی؛ تهران، تندیس، 1389، در 279 ص؛ شابک 9786001820069؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان انریشی سده 21 معنوان مفید در برابر باد شمالی؛ نویسنده دانیل گلاتاثور؛ مترجم شهلا پیام؛ تهران، ققنوس، 1391؛ در 247 ص؛ شابک 9789643119669؛ چاپ دوم 1394؛ چاپ سوم 1396؛ پیامکی به یک نشانی اشتباه میرسد، کتاب «مفید در برابر باد شمالی» درست با چنین رخدادی آغاز می‌شود، با ایمیلی که تنها با وارد کردن حرفی اضافه در نشانی، سر از مکان و سیستمی دیگر درمی‌آورد پیامیکه برای پایان دادن به اشتراک یک مجله بوده، سرآغاز داستانی پر شور می‌شود، که تا آخرین واژه خوانشگر را به دنبال خود می‌کشاند، و خوانشگر در تب و تابی برای یافتن پاسخ، به این دو پرسش که «در انتها چه می‌شود؟» و «آیا یکدیگر را می‌بینند؟» ایجاد می‌کند چکیده داستان از ایمیلی ناخواسته آغاز می‌شود، گام بعدی با پاسخی از روی ادب برداشته می‌شود، و سپس داستانی شورانگیز پا می‌گیرد «امی روتنر»، ایمیلی از سر خشم به یکی از مجلات ارسال می‌کند، اما برای تنها یک حرف اضافه، این ایمیل، به دست «لئو لایکه» می‌رسد، و از همینجاست که داستان آغاز می‌شود «امی» یا «اما»، زنی متاهل است، که در کنار همسر و دو فرزند خوانده ی خود، زندگی شیرینی دارد تنها جای خالی در زندگی او، هیجان و راز و رمز است راز و رمزی که نگارگری با «لئو لایکه»، روانشناسی رنجور، که به تازگی رابطه ی عاشقانه اش شکست خورده، و آن را پشت سر انداخته، در اختیارش قرار می‌دهد آن دو شخصیت‌هایی خیالی، از روی نوشته‌ ها از آن دیگری در ذهن خود برساخته‌ اند شخصیت هایی که هیچ ایرادی نداشته، و در برخی موارد، از شخصیت واقعی آن‌ها پیشی بگرفته است این مشخصه آنجای بیشتر نمایان می‌شود، که این دو، از دیدار یکدیگر هراس دارند «امی» که در زندگی خود، کوچکترین کمبودی ندارد، تنها ترسش که در اوراق این کتاب قابل لمس است، جذاب نبودن «لئو» ست این نشان می‌دهد که «لئو»، برای او تصویری برساخته، و پرداخته، که شاید کوچکترین نارسایی در برابر آن تصویر، همه چیز را به هم بریزد و نشان از این دارد، که نیاز «امی» به او، تنها در حد همان رمز و راز است، و آنگاه که این راز گفته شود، او دیگر نیازی به «لئو»، در زندگی خویش نخواهد داشت همانگونه که داستان پیش می‌رود، بیش از پیش به دیده می‌نشیند، که با وجود حسی که شکل گرفته، «امی» جریان را به میدان بازی‌ برای خویش بدل کرده است او هماره قدم نخست را برداشته، و آنگاه که «لئو» از متاهل بودنش باخبر شد، باز هم به عاشق و گرفتار کردن او، اصرار ورزید در هر روی داستان، شاید به چشم بسیاری، چندان جذاب نیاید، اما بی‌شک خیال انگیز، و برای خوانشگر نوستالژیک است نقل از متن «آدم نباید هیچوقت درباره‌ ی از دست دادن فکر کند حتی با فکر کردن درباره‌ ی آن هم چیزی را از دست می‌دهد»؛ پایان نقل ا شربیانی

  4. Tammy Tammy says:

    A modern witty comedy of errors look at just what happens when two people connect through a series of accidental email exchangesFavourite uote from the book Write to me Emmi Writing is like Kissing but without lips Writing is kissing with the mindIt starts in an unexpected but not completely uncommon mannerEmmi a happily married woman sends a few e mails to a subscription service with the intent of unsubscribing to a magazineBy chance these e mails inadvertently somehow always manage to end up landing in Leo Leike's inboxAnd thus begins a daily exchange of conversation filled with witticisms simmering romantic tension and the sharing of inner most longings between two people who are in essence virtual strangers to one anotherAs with most people who meet online the inevitable subject of meeting each other outside the virtual realm crops up Will they meet? And if they do what happens when the reality isn't as grand as the web spun fantasy?Is Emmi really prepared to risk her marriage? And what if Leo can't reconcile fantasy Emmi with real Emmi?What happens then?Many readers have said this but if you're a fan of David Nicholls's work particularly One Day which happens to be one of my all time favourite reads then you will love this epistolary novel by Austrian author Daniel GlattauerThe entire book is written in e mail format and is a fast paced witty and wonderfully relatable novel which was translated to English by Husband and wife duo Jamie Bulloch Leo's voice and katharina Bielenberg EmmiI must confess I wasn't sure what to expect when I started reading this book but the easy relaxed writing style so reminiscent of what most of us would sound like on e mail won me over pretty uickly Daniel Glattauer has a way with words and writes such fabulously snappy clever dialogue that you can't help but wish that you were on the receiving end of any one of the e mail responses conducted throughout the entire novelThere's an immediate rapport between Emmi and Leo who each seem to try and outdo each other in the sharp spunky uick witted comeback stakesThat there's a virtual chemistry becomes apparent pretty uickly but with that online attraction comes a whole new set of emotional issues jealousy insecurities and harsh accusations which stems from the fact that the two of them haven't met face to face Strangely enough the roles seem to be reversed and Leo seems to be reluctant to meet while Emmi despite the fact that she's happily married or so claims to be is dead keen on meeting the face behind the E mail based persona Somehow I've always thought that women are reluctant to meet their online friendsI thought that Glattauer was pretty accurate in his portrayal of how easy it is to make assumptions when you're not face to face with someone and adeptly showcases how people become trapped in their own perception of what they think is being said as opposed to what they're readingHe drives home the fact that reading people online is no easy feat and that what people perceive as being real could be the opposite of what they've initially thoughtIt's this that makes the characters so interestingBoth are not without their flaws; Emmi especially tends to be abrasive and jealously possessive while hypocritically enough often refuses to open up about her family life In fact Emmi reminds me a lot of Emma from One Day who was also not all that likeableLeo on the other hand is often restrained and selfishly persists in holding on the image of the fantasy Emmi that he's carved in his mindYet for all that there's an inherent likability about both of them; two lost souls who accidentally discovers what it means to be virtual soul mates But how that translates itself into real life and whether they actually end up meeting is something you'll have to discover for yourselfWhat I can say is that you should be prepared for a few unexpected twists and an unexpected ending that leaves room for a seuel which I believe is already in the worksIt's a wonderfully addictive novel which can be read in one sitting and which I believe will appeal to everyone who has ever tried and succeeded and tried and failed at the online dating game You may probably end up inevitably feeling like you're invading the intensely private and intimate liaison between two illicit lovers but don't let that stop you from reading what I consider to be one of the most cleverly written and incredibly romantic despite the virtual settings novels of this year so far

  5. Julia Julia says:

    I was really intrigued by the idea of this book a modern epistolary novel written only in e mails exchanged between a man recovering from a year long relationship and a happily? married woman who know each other only in the virtual world A modern topic with all those internet dating sites and with platforms where people form relationships with others based merely on internet profiles Besides Daniel Glattauer has been highly acclaimed by the Spiegel magazine and has written columns for my favourite newspaper the Standard which was a recommendation of its own for meUnfortunately I intensely disliked the characters seudointellectual whiny over sensitive the kind of people who claim to write an e mail in half a minute while the style of the epistle is convuluted and artificially selected and in no way natural or fresh In favour of the book it's an extremely fast read and it kept me mildly interested in the outcome until the slightly surprising end So one star for the initial idea and another one though not a very bright one for the construction of this ménage à trois Sorry to those i had recommended this too i was eager to share some contemporary austrian fiction but i can't wholeheartedly stick to this

  6. Yara Yu Yara Yu says:

    A very cute book I absolutely loved it 💕

  7. Exina Exina says:

    The romance is real and touching and I liked as the two main characters inspired each other as they improved as the story progressed But I have ambiguous feelings toward the characters I didn’t like Emmi She was self centered and pushy She was obviously bored in her marriage but she didn't do anything about it I didn’t like Leo Sometimes he was kind of rude sometimes ignorant other times he was pretentious meanwhile he tried to remain mysterious And I didn’t like Bernhard but I could see his pointAn unconventional and realistic romance

  8. Dolors Dolors says:

    Still not published in English read in SpanishAfter having read the earlier Glattauer's novel I had been anxiously waiting for its seuelI got it only yesterday late in the eveningI finished it todayBeware because once you enter Emmi and Leo's world you'll be completely hooked you won't be able to put the book downThis might be seen and even reviewed as a trivial page turner modern epistolary love story Only another of those fresh and easy reading books to take away with you for a short holiday Don't be fooledIf you read between the lines if you bother to look deeper it can almost reach the level of pure philosophy This story is about all of us It COULD be any of us Emmi and Leo are two lost people who think they are contented with their lives until they meet virtually by accident A silly mistake The connection begins Game is onOnly through their mails we witness the full development of an intimate and complex relationship we spy on two bare souls exposed to each other their hidden wishes their fears their regrets their dreams are shown to us without restraint And I felt so identified with so many of their longings I'm still surfing on the seventh wave in a sea full of illusion ideals and it's not impossible to have it allsSome great uotations from the book Each syllable has your eyes in itIf you are sober drinkIf you feel uiet speakIf you are bewildered ask meThat's why you've got your diary Why I never let go of you? Because I can't lose and I don't want to Because I don't want to lose you There's some who live the lack of wind as an inner peace There's some who live it as a perpetual paralysisUntil now only with words we have reached everywhereWrite to me Emmi Writing is like kissing but without lips Writing is giving kisses of thoughtsA seuel that didn't deceive Don't miss itI still believe in magic

  9. Narges Narges says:

    It was so long since the last time I read a book just in 24 hours It was so real to me so intense so damn real It wasn't a story it was like a memory awaken after a long time Started the seconde book right away And then I'm gonna re read them again

  10. CaRo CaRo says:

    This book was frustrating as fuck I hated Emmi self centered b and Leo was okishThe end of the book made me really grumpy but at the same time I was very happy for Leo 🤔Honestly don't understand why this book is praised everywhere

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