Pygmy

Palahniuk, Chuck

| 2009

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The plot revolves around a 13-year-old exchange student, one of a dozen "shipped to America", to live with American families.[2] Agent Number 67, nicknamed Pygmy for his diminutive size, arrives in the United States from his totalitarian homeland, as an 'exchange student' into the welcoming arms of his Simpsons-spinoff Midwestern host family, who give him an over sized "Jesus" t-shirt and a tiny American flag.[3] They introduce Pygmy into the rituals of modern American life, a stark contrast to the operative's upbringing. On a trip to Walmart with his host family, he attempts to purchase various assault rifles from an elderly Walmart greeter. He then sexually assaults the bully of his host brother in the bathroom, in graphic detail. This is only the first of many horrifying acts committed by the operative. Along with his fellow terrorists, he is planning something big; his science project...

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Freddy K

2010-07-04

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Världens mest svårlästa bok? Boken är dock stundtals vansinnigt rolig och precis lika härligt galen/sjuk/störd som alla andra Palahniuk-böcker. Inte en av hans bättre dock, men läsvärd...om man orkar med språket.

Anders Bäccman

2010-04-27

Betyg

Otroligt rolig. Önskar inte min värsta fiende översättningsuppdraget.

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Henrik Karlsson

2009-10-28

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Rapport från Frankurt!
På tyska har den här boken fått titeln Bonsai. Varför? Existerar inte ordet pygmé på tyska?