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  • Title: L'uomo che sussurrava ai cavalli
  • Author: Nicholas Evans Stefano Bortolussi
  • ISBN: 9788817670425
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Hardcover

  • His name is Tom Booker His voice can calm wild horses, his touch can heal broken spirits And Annie Graves has traveled across a continent to the Booker ranch in Montana, desperate to heal her injured daughter, the girl s savage horse, and her own wounded heart She comes for hope She comes for her child And beneath the wide Montana sky, she comes to him for what no oneHis name is Tom Booker His voice can calm wild horses, his touch can heal broken spirits And Annie Graves has traveled across a continent to the Booker ranch in Montana, desperate to heal her injured daughter, the girl s savage horse, and her own wounded heart She comes for hope She comes for her child And beneath the wide Montana sky, she comes to him for what no one else can give her a reason to believe
    Nicholas Evans Stefano Bortolussi
    Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.Nicholas Evans was born and grew up in Worcestershire, England He studied law at Oxford University, graduating with first class honors, then worked as a journalist for three years on the Evening Chronicle in Newcastle upon Tyne He then moved into televsion, producing films about US politics and the Middle East for a weekly current affairs programme called Weekend World It was during this time that he traveled a lot and got to know the United States.In 1982 he started to produce arts documentaries about famous writers, painters and film makers, several of which won international awards films about David Hockney, Francis Bacon, Patricia Highsmith In 1983 he made a film about the great British director David Lean Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago, etc Lean became a friend and mentor and persuaded Evans to switch from fact to fiction.For the next ten years, Evans wrote and produced a number of films for television and the cinema In 1993 he met a blacksmith in the far South West of England who told him about horse whisperers people who have the gift of healing traumatized horses Evans started work on what was to be his first novel.Published in the fall of 1995, The Horse Whisperer has now sold about fifteen million copies across the world It has been the number one bestseller in about 20 countries and has been translated into 36 languages It was also made into a movie, starring, produced and directed by Robert Redford.The Loop and The Smoke Jumper, Evans s second and third novels, were again an international bestsellers, topping the bestseller lists in many countries The Smoke Jumper was published in a paperback edition on July 30, 2003 Evans lives in London and Devon, England Nicholas Evans Website


    Caleb Liu
    This is your classic page-turner and bestseller. Cliched, predictable both in terms of plot and characters. Uninspiring rehashing of themes like overcoming tragedy and adversity; the contrast between the ruthless, stress-filled corporate environment and the simpler, idealised fulfillment found in a ranching/farming life. New York magazine editor supermom just has to go over to Wyoming to find meaning and of course end up the arms of our well muscled, handsome cowboy with his homespun philosophy [...]

    Meredith Church
    I was sucked in for almost the entire book, I have to say. Loved both the jilted academic husband and the sensitive, manly cowboy horse-guru. But the ending was so ridiculously bizarre that it ruined the whole thing for me. Am I just a terrible cynic?

    I don't know about others but writing the review of The Horse Whisperer has proved to be immensely difficult. What I'm writing here is a review about a book that couldn't have been written any better. Nicholas Evans spins a heart wrenching epic love story that thrives and dies amid sorrow and pain. Tom Booker comes as a healer to a family in grief and heals the wounds that have gone deep into the very souls.Buy it, borrow it or steal it. But don't miss this gem for anything. "Sometimes what seem [...]

    Mahdi Lotfi
    نیکلاس ایوانز در حال حاضر در سراسر جهان به عنوان نویسنده از اسب نجوا کن شناخته شده است.این اولین رمان اوست که به 35 زبان مختلف ترجمه شده استآنی گریوز با شوهرش، رابرت، و دختر 14 ساله خود، گریس در یک آپارتمان در نیویورک زندگی می کند.یک روز صبح آفتابی، گریس sneaks را از سوار شدن به اسب ب [...]

    This book would have gotten one star, except for the fact that I actually enjoyed reading about the slow, tandem recovery of the horse and his rider. What I DIDN'T enjoy was the main character, Annie. I can honestly say I disliked her intensely. She drags her family along by the nose, so certain that EVERYTHING SHE DOES is the best solution for everything, and the fact that the author makes her decisions work somehow makes the character even more irritating. She comes across as self-centered, mo [...]

    i would never have expected to like this novel, but i LOVE it. I liked the movie a lot, but it isn't one i'd watch again, especially. The book is really well written, very intelligent and full of real emotion. It's very moving without making you feel depressed. Evans obviously did a LOT of research before writing this book, the kind of research you do with real people, not with library books or online searches, but he mixes all this information in with the storyline so skillfully that you feel l [...]

    Paul Baker
    SPOILER ALERT: Details of the novel are revealed in this review.First, I saw the film before I read the book, so that has prejudiced my reaction somewhat, but I believe that the book and movie are so much alike that it has not influenced my opinion.This is the story of a family that has been fractured by a monumental accident. Grace Maclean is a twelve year old girl, the daughter of very wealthy New Yorkers. Her father, Robert, is a lawyer and her mother Annie is a magazine editor, an English wo [...]

    4.5 Tragic Stars! I will never forget this one, this one gutted me, just the title induces tears & butterfliesd yet I Ioved it too

    El libro me gustó bastante, al igual que la película, con una jovencísima Scarlett Johansson.

    If Nicholas Sparks could write well, or if "The Bridges of Madison County" had had a horse in it, the result might be something like this book. I liked reading this book despite the fact that it reads like a movie script rather than a true multi-layered story, I mean it read like a pretty good movie script most of the time. But, I am not a fan of adultery, nor of explicit sex in a book. Nor am I fan of big, cheesy, ridiculous ending scenes that are supposed to tie everything up nicely. I can see [...]

    Stu Schreiber
    Read this because best friend wrote the screenplay. Although I'm probably biased I preferred the movie with Robert Redford. Always interesting to see how the book transfers to the big screen. My friend, Eric, also wrote the screenplay for Forrest Gump for which he took home an Oscar.

    Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Love this book! It's the kind of book one reads and still several years later remember much about. Fabulous story and I think that the ending is the book is way better than the movies ending!

    I am always cautious when picking up a book in which animals figure prominently in the story. I am a HUGE animal lover and I have found that the treatment of animals in stories can be very disturbing and heart breaking to me. Nevertheless, the premise of this story sounded fascinating and I wasn't disappointed.On a cold December day, Grace Graves goes riding on her horse Pilgrim with a friend. There is a terrible accident Grace's friend and her horse are killed and Grace and Pilgrim are horribly [...]

    I ate this book.It was assume.Loved the movie too!

    Απο την εισαγωγη αυτο το βιβλιο με συνεπηρε. Οι κινηματογραφικες περιγραφες που για ενα περιεργο λογο δεν βαριομουν να διαβαζω αλλα απολαμβανα, τα συναισθηματα και οι σκέψεις ολων των σημαντικων ηρωων που μοιραζονταν τοσο ομορφα στις σελιδες και η πολυπλοκοτητα των χαρακ [...]

    When my mother returned from the movie theater, raving about what a fabulous film The Horse Whisperer was and how she simply *must* read the book, all I could think was "Robert Redford yuck!" It's not that Redford is a bad actor, rather that he appears in films that are too touchy-feely for my tastes. So for a long time I associated this book with the movie, assuming I would be no more interested in its story than I would a Redford film.I was wrong.This is perhaps one of the most beautiful books [...]

    Sono passati anni dalla prima lettura, ma ancora mi ricordo l’emozione fortissima che mi travolse quando finalmente Grace riuscì a ritrovare il suo Pilgrim! È un libro che mi ha fatto riflettere molto, che mi ha trascinato nella vita dei nuovi cowboy, che mi ha mostrato un’America diversa, nuova e bellissima. Evans scrive benissimo, con poche righe riesce a emozionare ad arrivare al cuore! Questo libro è e rimarrà uno dei miei preferiti!

    I almost liked this book. Almost.I did enjoy the 'meeting-of-two-worlds' aspect of the story. It was heartwarming to read about two East Coasters trying to fit in at a Montana ranch. Annie and Grace do eventually become near-family to the Booker clan who own and operate the ranch. It was interesting to see outsiders gradually becoming welcome. It felt real.I also enjoyed the beautiful descriptions of the Montana land, sky and wildlife. It makes you wish the book had been illustrated. One suspect [...]

    Asghar Abbas
    Harrowing and brutal yet beautiful like its landscape but crude like the people in it. Poetic movie it made though. And it coined a great term almost everyone uses. More tragic than the tragedy in this novel is that Evans turned the success of this book into his running formula. What's the point of repetitive storylines ? Plus, I don't know, British writers writings as Americans bothers me for some reason. It shouldn't but it does. I can't think of any American writer doing the same. Yet who am [...]

    A friend of mine kept bugging me to read Nicholas Evans, and I finally gave in and got his first novel - The Horse Whisperer. It was made into a movie with the everbeautiful Scarlett Johansonn which I saw years ago and enjoyed, though it didn't leave any lasting impression. When it came to the book I wasn't impressed.With an interesting premise - girl coming back to health after an accident during horse riding, a "whisperer" called to heal the horse - it soon became cliched and predictable. The [...]

    Kim Hampton
    If you've already seen the movie, be prepared that the book is totally different, although much, much better. I liked the ending of the book more than the movie, although most people probably wouldn't. I won't spoil it for those of you who haven't read it yet. It's definitely a great story with a lot of complexity and richness.

    This title just popped up in a discussion thread and reminded me that I had read the book, after seeing the movie, with Robert Redford. I was very moved by the woman's struggle with her daughter and the horse parts were awful. I was satisfyied with the ending, but it was a little strange.

    Spoiler alert!So . . . how to write a book review for this book? First of all, the beginning was reminiscent of A Time to Kill (to me). Obviously, it's different, but to have an opener be so violent and horrifying is upsetting. It's interesting to me that I don't even like animals, but horrible things happening to them has always upset me. Secondly, I'm still confused about why the "traditional romance novel crap" was thrown into what was otherwise a pretty well-written book. The author certainl [...]

    There was a time when I had to read a book before seeing the film adaptation, which led to some rather unlikely choices for me.The Horse Whisperer, for instance, was not even my kind of movie, let alone book, but its three stars made a date in the movie theatre a must.I have always been a big fan of Robert Redford, especially his work as a director, and his choice to make Nicholas Evans' novel intrigued me. I have always been in love with Kristen Scott Thomas too. Lots of people roll their eyes [...]

    This is a book that tugs at the heartstrings & that looks into your very soul by seeking out all human emtions, it is a literary masterpiece that is beautiful & completely engaging. I was lost within the storyline after only a few pages, being temporarily mesmirised and stunned by the horrific accident & danger of horse riding VS modern day transport. I have had many a horse riding accident so i could therefore relate and empathise with Grace easily, but certainly not to the extent t [...]

    Ahmad Sharabiani
    ‬The horse whisperer, Nicholas ‎Evans (1950)عنوان 1: نجواگر اسب؛ نویسنده:نیکلاس ایوانز؛ برگردان: مهدی قراچه داغی، مشخصات نشر: تهران، نشر پیکان، 1377، در 359 ص، شابک: 9647497237؛ موضوع: نویسندگان داستانهای آمریکایی قرن 20 معنوان 2: نجواگر اسب؛ نویسنده:نیکلاس ایوانز؛ مترجمها: آسیه رنجبر وانانی، مریم محمدب [...]

    Fred Shaw
    I don't like to see bad things happen to people or animals. Although I cringe when I think of an animal that has been hurt, I like to see it restored. The author tells a story of a young girl and her girlfriend on an early winter morning ride where tragedy strikes. Lives were lost. However some lived but with incredible injuries. The horse and rider + family must go through a restoration with the help of a man who has a gift with horses. The setting is beautiful Montana.

    Jamie Hergott
    This was an easy read that I mostly enjoyed. The book definitely went in a direction I was not anticipating and began following one character, when really I wanted it to go in another direction and explore a different character. So the end was kind of lackluster AND a little bit cheesy/unbelieveable.

    Lori Anaple
    Adultery is not romantic. Will men quit writing this shit!

    What a dissapointment, and I had high hopes for this book. The background scenery (western / ranch / country lifestyle) was heavily romanticized. At times I felt that the book was written for the purpose of being a movie. There were several scenes that were over the top with emotional detail ie. when the horse Pilmgrim and the girl Grace touch for the first time since the accident. I felt that the author was writing a movie script instead of a book.At first I liked the hero Tom. I thought he was [...]

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