Eine außergewöhnlich erzählte Liebeskomödie – zum Schmunzeln, Schmökern und Mitverlieben! Lea und Gabe gehören zusammen, das erkennen alle um sie. Klar ist es Liebe. Maren Illinger (Übersetzer). Zwei Verliebte, 14 Erzähler – eine außergewöhnliche romantische Komödie zum Mitverlieben und Mitleiden. Inhaltsangabe zu "Klar ist es Liebe". Eine außergewöhnlich erzählte Liebeskomödie – zum Schmunzeln, Schmökern und Mitverlieben! Lea und Gabe gehören.
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Eine außergewöhnlich erzählte Liebeskomödie – zum Schmunzeln, Schmökern und Mitverlieben! Lea und Gabe gehören zusammen, das erkennen alle um sie herum: der beste Freund, die Mitbewohnerin, die Starbucks-Bedienung, der Busfahrer. Klar ist es Liebe | Hall, Sandy, Illinger, Maren | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Klar ist es Liebe: lives-lost-in-the-med.eu: Hall, Sandy, Emken, Elias, Kauffels, Dirk, Jäger, Simon, Löwendorf, Inka, Großmann, Mechthild, Bierstedt, Detlef, Steffenhagen. Inhaltsangabe zu "Klar ist es Liebe". Eine außergewöhnlich erzählte Liebeskomödie – zum Schmunzeln, Schmökern und Mitverlieben! Lea und Gabe gehören. Eine außergewöhnlich erzählte Liebeskomödie – zum Schmunzeln, Schmökern und Mitverlieben! Lea und Gabe gehören zusammen, das erkennen alle um sie. Zwei Verliebte, 14 Erzähler - eine außergewöhnliche romantische Komödie zum Mitverlieben und Mitleiden Lea und Gabe wären das perfekte Paar. Hardcover Kies een andere bindwijze of editie (2). Klar ist es Liebe. Klar ist es Liebe. E-book 8, Klar ist es Liebe. Hardcover -. 17, 17 Uiterlijk 18.
Das Buch „Klar ist es Liebe“ handelt von Lea und Gabe, zwei Studenten, die sich in den jeweils anderen verguckt haben, aber sich nicht trauen, den ersten. Klar ist es Liebe: lives-lost-in-the-med.eu: Hall, Sandy, Emken, Elias, Kauffels, Dirk, Jäger, Simon, Löwendorf, Inka, Großmann, Mechthild, Bierstedt, Detlef, Steffenhagen. Eine außergewöhnlich erzählte Liebeskomödie – zum Schmunzeln, Schmökern und Mitverlieben! Lea und Gabe gehören zusammen, das erkennen alle um sie. Na aankoop zijn ze direct beschikbaar op je Kobo e-reader en op je smartphone of tablet met de gratis bol. Aber obwohl die Luft zwischen Ryan Phillipe knistert und alle Vorzeichen stimmen, scheinen sie den Wenn ich es bisher richtig verstanden habe, waren die Erzähler das Besondere an der Geschichte im Gegensatz zu dem Liebespaar. Ihr Schreibstil hat mich auf jeden Fall überzeugt. Zwar hat Stream Filme Legal Geschichte keinen Mir ging das völlig anders, ich hatte nie den Eindruck, dass die Gefühle des eigentlichen "Paares" Serien Stream Jodha Akbar hätten. Ich war zuvor skeptisch, auch, weil in einigen Rezensionen bemängelt wurde, dass auf diese Weise keine richtigen Gefühle transportiert werden. Du kommentierst mit Deinem Twitter-Konto.
They would sit down and I would grow a spike right into their rotund rear ends. Then they'd stop taking me for granted.
I totally loved bench and I would sit on him in the Winter since that's my favorite time of year :- I fell in love with this cute little book.
If your looking for something warm and fuzzy and a little funny then you will probably like this book too. View all 14 comments.
This book was exactly what I was in the mood for: a cute romance book that didn't take itself too seriously. Despite this, I read this book SO quickly and had a lot of fun reading it!
I literally laughed out loud several times in the dead of night when my family was all asleep. Definitely would recommend! Story about two cripplingly shy love-birds told from everybody's point of view, except theirs.
Cute, right? Only, not so much. After what seemed to be the millionth POV of an utterly random stranger with no connection whatsoever to the two leads who gushes about how special the two are, and how there is just this chemistry between them and how they are so sure that the two are just meant for each other, I decided to throw in the towel.
So, SO much telling, absolutely no showing. Did NOT work for me. View all 5 comments. What a cute and sweet read. A Little Something Different is exactly that - a romance story that is different from any I've read before, and one that leaves you with a silly smile on your face.
The perfect rainy-day read, that's for sure! In short, this is a love story about two people who keep misreading each other. One is extremely shy, the other is quiet and reluctant, not realizing they're both into each other.
What makes this book unique, though, is the way it's told. We don't go into t Awww! We don't go into this story with the perspective of our main characters, but rather everyone around them, even including a squirrel and a bench who, unsurprisingly, talks a lot about butts.
The number of perspectives is at a whopping 14, rotating every page or two. It may sounds like a lot, but the flow is remarkably smooth and easy to read throughout.
We're meant to keep track of the two lovebirds, not the characters whose perspectives we're given, so it avoids being disjointing or overwhelming.
So many perspectives was actually fun in this case, too, because we got to see this romance unfolds via several point-of-views and different mindsets.
So many people were rooting for them and noticing their attraction and chemistry, that it made you see it too.
The downfall of not getting the main characters' POV is that I felt as if I was kept at arm's length - which came to no surprise.
There were no toe-curling bits or anything very intense, emotionally, but it was still full of smiles and "aww" moments.
There's also a good dose of humour thrown in. I did have a few, albeit small, gripes. This may sound like a weird one at first, but sometimes, it felt as if it was too much about the romance.
And I mean, all the time. We couldn't read even one paragraph without it being about them two; no matter the perspective, there was never any side-joke or comment that were not all about Gabe and Lea.
It was obsessive-like. Some voices were also more realistic than others. Victor, for instance, was inconsistent, and he was a character used for convenience, when needed.
Lastly, Gabe was built as a bit of a mysterious character with some kind of secret. One that affected his daily life and self-confidence, that much was obvious.
What it ended up being was a tad underwhelming. I felt as if he made a huge deal out of nothing. Maybe getting to know him and how he personally felt about it all would have helped, but seeing as it was fixed so easily and "invisibly", I don't get why he waited so long.
Whenever you're in the mood for a cute, short, and happy read, A Little Something Different is the perfect lighthearted book.
It's full of romance and teen awkwardness, and the writing style promises a fun and original reading experience! For more of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads View all 6 comments.
What I liked: -The author's voice: she's a very witty and funny gal, and bravo to her for all of the different character POV's.
What I didn't like: -This story was not in any way, shape or form believable to me. For an extended period of time?
I'm sorry but it just didn't sell me. And I got really bored t 2 stars I feel really bad rating this a 2, especially after the awesome Buffy reference, but this book really was just okay for me.
And I got really bored there in the middle. View all 8 comments. Apr 29, K. But that's just it. I was trying to finish quickly because I couldn't take it anymore.
I was done with the mediocre writing, the bland and annoying characters, and the predictable ending that anyone could've seen coming.
This whole book just made me feel tense and indignant. Could Lea stop being so possessive? And could Gabe start acting his age - rather than behaving like a 10 year-old, all the time?
Also, t 1. Also, the other characters were ridiculous - they all acted and spoke the same way! So even though the book was written in fourteen different perspectives, it only felt like one.
Overall, this is not a book for someone looking for an "easy-read," like I was. The entirety of it is just pointless and not enjoyable. I only gave the extra half-star for the sheer creativity aspect.
That's it. View all 4 comments. It sounded sweet and unique. Aj click on her name to see her review posted a review on it and I was starting to have doubts.
I found a sample on iBooks and read it. Unfortunately I was not impressed and dropped it. I didn't really read that much so I'm not going to use a spoiler tag.
This book is narrated in first person. It shows us different people's point of views. Including a squirrel, a bus driver, a bench and so forth.
The book begins with Lea's best friends point of view. The two are walking to their classes. On the way there Lea bumps into this cute guy she then proceeds to class.
We are then taken to Gabe and Lea's professor. Their professor has this thing with setting up her students.
In the romantic way. Apparently the former professor used to set up students for group work but this professor decided to take that in the romantic way.
Then we see Gabe's brother and you find out that Gabe has some issues that he is not talking about. Then to the bus driver, the woman who works at a diner, the squirrel, and Gabe's friend.
I found it really stupid that all these people thought that Lea and Gabe were meant to be. And at that tried to get them together.
I would understand Lea's best friend, Gabe's brother, and his friend. But their teacher, the bench, the squirrel, the bus driver, and the woman who worker at the diner?
Now that is stupid. And ugh their professor is really annoying! She is completely unprofessional and I have met enough unprofessional people to last me a life time.
The only good thing I have to say about this is that it is a unique way to write a story and writing style was pretty good.
However this didn't keep me invested in the story. Overall this wasn't a good book. I recommend it to those who are looking forward to reading this and anyone looking for a fast contemporary.
So, told from fourteen different perspectives except the main characters , A Little Something Different is a hella cute love story.
And great perspectives. Including a bench yes a bench and a squirrel and the sweet old waitress and a snarky barista and many, many more.
This novel is about a love story, told in 14 different points of views. I read this in one sitting - I couldn't stop!
This is probably one of the cutest and most unique books I've ever read! I highly recommend! View all 3 comments. After constantly seeing it on my Goodreads page, I finally caved and bought the hardback on Amazon a few months ago.
I couldn't resist it. I read it in two days, but it could have been easily read in a few hours.
All I know is that I had heart eyes and manic "oh-please-kiss-already" interjections while reading this.
The story is a cheesy romance turned into an epic retelling from the perspectives of others. I am not sure I would have liked it this much if it was written in the protagonists' perspectives.
Now, onto the actual story. The story follows Gabe and Lea. They go to the same university, attend the same creative writing class together and they even live in the same dorm.
They like each other, but they don't know it yet. Their friends, their professor, the driver of the bus they always take together, the waitress at the Starbucks they always go to are even too aware of what is going on.
The attraction between the two isn't a secret for no one but them. Everyone is ready to do what needs to be done in order to make the two understand they are perfect for each other.
There are 14 different point of views from different characters linked to the two protagonist in some way. They are the ones showing us the story while we don't actually see it.
Does it make sense? The creative writing teacher, the delivery guy, the local Starbucks barista, their best friends, brother, the college bench and the squirrel.
They are the narrators of this adorable story and this demonstrates just how much this book is a little something different. The POVs are insightful, funny, sensitive, acute, sweet and everything else in between.
How cute is it? I know it's pink with hearts, flowers and a cuteness overload, but I can't help but love it. I have to admit I was actually firstly really drawn to this book because of the cover.
And I am happy to report they haven't changed it in the translated edition. My rating for this book would be a 3.
It is completely and utterly adorable. Seeing two people fall in love from their perspective is cute enough, but see it happen through other spectators' eyes and you have utterly cute!
However, these aren't the only good points. We see and get to know Gabe and Lea through 14 people, meaning we learn about them and almost become friends with the characters.
The book is not fully concentrated on romance: it has hilarious moments , which I admired and loved as a whole. At times I found myself giggling simply because of the conversations and little things.
I have to admit the bench and squirrel perspective being presented made it extremely hard not to be amused. Another point I would like to make is how much we are connected to other people.
Wanted or not, everyday we come across someone, even just for a second, and we might do not know it, but what if we made an impact on their lives?
How about all the times we think about that person we accidentally bump into that day in the street? I think we all have thoughts about each other, even though we don't admit it and this story is a great example of that.
Maybe I am saying something totally stupid but, how cool is that we all have a mind of our own with thoughts, building castles in the sky?
How could we make an impact on other people' lives with the power of our actions, even if it is just the smallest thing?
Well, these were some of the thoughts I had while reading this book, I thought I could awkwardly share them, because why not? Maybe someone else has had the same considerations.
Anyway, I found this book an enjoyable, quick, and easy read , which I would recommend to anyone and everyone wanting a light and fluffy read.
Even if at times I am sure you will end up like: Now, let's go it some Chinese food, shall we? I don't read many romance novels.
In fact, I tend to stay far, far away from the genre. I like my romance "on the side," where it's not the central focus of the story and the characters have way more important things to do than gazing dreamily into each other's eyes over and over and over again.
I have a cold heart. This I know. BUT -- every once in a while, the ice around my heart thaws a bit, and I get a hankering for a good ol' romance, usually of the rom-com variety.
And this is what led me t I don't read many romance novels. And this is what led me to pick up A Little Something Different. The hook of the novel is clever.
The love story of Gabe and Lea is told through the viewpoints of 14 different characters, none of which belong to the two main protagonists.
It's as if the reader is a fly on the wall. By being privy only to the observations of others around the lead characters -- including those of a squirrel and a bench -- a unique perspective is given to the reader as the pieces of the story fall neatly into place.
It's an effective method of storytelling. Fourteen character viewpoints are A LOT. The format of the novel, however, makes for easy, quick reading and eliminates confusion.
Each viewpoint is short, and there are clear labels of who is who in the story. The problem is that there just isn't much distinction in the voices of the characters.
The novel is filled with dry, witty banter which I love , but ALL of the characters speak with the same dry, witty banter.
Man or woman. And don't even get me started on the viewpoints of the squirrel and the bench. I get what the author was trying to accomplish.
The squirrel and the bench just did not work. At all. I rooted for Gabe and Lea. I wanted them to be together. I didn't mind it when they gazed dreamily into each other's eyes over and over and over again.
I even felt a little flutter of my heart at the very end of the novel. And yes, I found myself chuckling many times at.
I'm a sucker for it. The author is quite skilled at writing it, too. If you're looking for a light, mindless, feel-good romance, give A Little Something Different a try.
It made me smile. Just skip over the parts with the squirrel and the bench. And FYI. I would categorize the novel as Young Adult-ish in nature. This book was so special and unique!!
If you want a fluffy new book then you better pick this up!! Its a tale of two people and how 14 people see them.
Their point of views are the only way we get the chance to follow the couple,because these two don't have POVs,but that's what makes it so special!!
I loved the squirrel and the bench. This book made me laugh out loud in public. Great book! This book was so cute. Sometimes annoyingly cute, but still cute.
I've yet to read a contemporary romance story like this one! It's a love story told from fourteen points of view - those of the people and things that our main couple, Gabe and Lea, interacts with.
There's even commentary from a bench and a squirrel! Here are the points of view we get to see: 1. Danny Lea's friend 3. Casey Gabe's friend 4. Sam Gabe's brother 5.
Bob bus driver 6. Charlotte barista 7. Maxine waitress 8. Frank Chinese food delivery guy 9. Victor creative writing classmate Hillary creative writing classmate Bench on the green Lea and Gabe are literally soulmates - they get the same pop culture references, order the exact same Chinese food without knowing, and hang out in all the same places.
But Gabe has some issues from previous traumatic events and is painfully shy, and Lea seems aloof with no intention to hang out.
This story is about them, but we aren't seeing through the eyes of the MCs - we're seeing these two through other characters' eyes.
And these secondary characters are well aware of how much Gabe and Lea belong together, too. All they want is for both to overcome their barriers and get together already.
I loved the Squirrel and the Bench because they were hilarious. It was so fun to read from the point of view of an inanimate object.
All in all, A Little Something Different was a beautifully innocent and lovely read that didn't fail to warm my heart. I definitely enjoyed reading it!
View 2 comments. Bumping this up to a 4, really a 3. Gotta give it points for originality! Things I loved about this book : 1.
The ooey gooey sweetness of the story. It kept me smiling. This was a an overall sweet and light read. The humour. There were some real gems in this book.
I really felt the different voices of the various points of views and many of them cracked me up. Gabe - gah, I really loved him!!! Part of the reason why I loved this story, the un Bumping this up to a 4, really a 3.
In the beginning, I had a really hard time getting into the story. Sooo many random strangers take such an avid interest in Gabe and Lea getting together.
Squirrel - this part of the story just irritated me. The bench - I mean, really? I decided to reread this book, grabbed it, started reading, and then two hours later I was done.
But damn, did I have two amazing hours. I love that this story is told from 14 different point of views, but never the two love interests.
I just loved seeing how everybody — their friends, the barristas at Starbucks, a squirrel yeah , a bench you read that one right as well , the bus driver, their teacher, were so invested in Gabe and Lea's possible relationship.
It was absolutely adorable. I wish m I decided to reread this book, grabbed it, started reading, and then two hours later I was done.
I wish more books were written this way, I don't know, it makes it even more enjoyable I guess. Also, why hadn't I noticed the first time that Lea is Chinese?
Wtf me. My disdain for this book had nothing to do with the fact that it had 14 different viewpoints it was the fact that all 14 of them sounded like the exact SAME person.
I found this book on a target bookshelf and after reading the summary I thought I was in love, it sounded so interesting i just wanted to read it right away.
But by the end of the first 'chapter' I was confused as My disdain for this book had nothing to do with the fact that it had 14 different viewpoints it was the fact that all 14 of them sounded like the exact SAME person.
But by the end of the first 'chapter' I was confused as to the mediocre writing style. I guess I may have expected too much, but i was thoroughly disappointed In theory the 14 view points would have been a refreshing new book plot, and it shouldn't have been boring, confusing, or irritating but without a doubt it all of those things, Not to mention the obvious 'chemistry' between Lea and Gabe was not obvious at all and at most times painfully awkward.
High expectations may have been the down fall to my liking of this book but i still personally feel the writing style was very cliche and juvenile.
Even at the squirrel parts and the creepy bench parts I was bored. This book was cute. I was looking for a super fast contemporary and that's what I got.
Oddly enough, I didn't really like the couple in the story It didn't blow me away, but I enjoyed my time reading it.
View 1 comment. So the premise of A Little Something Different is that Gabe and Lea, two college students sharing a creative writing class, are just perfect for each other - but both are too shy and uncertain to do anything about it.
The match, however, is obvious to almost everyone else, and so we follow 14 POVs of characters surrounding Gabe and Lea, as they watch the relationship slowly transform and bloom.
How ingenious is this plot, though, seriously? Obviously part of it's success hinges on whether or not you too will like Gabe and Lea as a couple.
We don't actually see their thoughts, but we see their behaviors through the eyes of their friends, professors, roommates, etc.
They're both shy and quiet, but that makes them so much cuter. If you are the romance fan that needs driving action and hot make out scenes, however, they might let you down a bit - because the relationship is just sugary sweet and develops extremely slowly.
Though this could be classified as New Adult for the college setting and ages of the characters, it's not NA in terms of sexiness - let's just be clear on that.
But I didn't miss the heat, because it really was so relatable as someone who frequently roots for couples to get together in books, TV shows, movies, etc.
It may be a little cliche, but it was the fluffy sweetness that I needed on a hot summer day, as the drought of my own love life had shriveled my heart to dust.
Well, as said, friends and roommates. But there are the more funny ones that make this story completely laugh-out-loud funny and SO entertaining.
First of all there's the Squirrel. The mystery persists. No, I'm kidding, but he gets fed by Lea and grows to like her, while he grows to tolerate Gabe.
There's also the Bench, who observes a couple conversations between Lea, Gabe, and their friends over the course of the year, while also providing a meaningful commentary on the value of good butts.
You may think I'm joking. I'm really not. I'm the oldest bench on this green and I get no respect.
The one currently seated upon me is the kind I appreciate, it's the kind of behind that I would invite back time and again if I had the ability to speak.
No chatting, no moving around, no graffiti or gum. Respect your benches. No but seriously, at that point, I was basically on the floor laughing.
But there are more human POVs as well, which perfectly display the full range of levels of shipping. There's the professor of the creative writing class, Inga, who picks out Gabe and Lea in her first lecture and instantly knows that's the couple that she's going to try to get together that semester.
She tries her best to devise situations in which they are forced to talk and work together and gushes about their cuteness to her wife lesbian couple ftw.
In between, there are more passive observers: the bus driver who notices they come and go from the same stops but never talk to each other, the barista whose colleagues are big shippers and gradually gets drawn in herself by Lea and Gabe's frequent and weirdly coincidental encounters at the Starbucks, the Chinese food delivery guy who is baffled by identical orders coming from the same dorm for two different people at the same time Every single POV is distinct and extremely entertaining, which speaks to the quality of Sandy Hall's writing.
The level of entertainment is, obviously, extremely high - but the relationship doesn't just thrive on the meet-cute idea and all these fate-like moments that indicate that Lea and Gabe are perfect for each other.
Nor is their relationship perfect when it finally does evolve. Both Lea and Gabe - but particularly Gabe - have some issues in their past that they're working through.
It doesn't get dark or anything, but it adds the level of heartfelt depth the relationship needs to not be too corny or perfect.
It's not a fairytale book, and it doesn't carry the perfectly happily ever after ending that would make it fall completely out of the realm of believability.
Ein wirklich sehr schöner und humorvoller Roman, der einen mehr als einmal zum Lächeln bringt. Meine Meinung: Ich habe mich sehr gefreut als ich Klar ist es Liebe völlig unerwartet in meinem Selection Paket gefunden habe.
Denn das Büchlein ist mir schon beim Durchblättern der Vorschau aufgefallen Denn das Büchlein ist mir schon beim Durchblättern der Vorschau aufgefallen und die besondere Idee des Buches hat schon damals mein Interesse geweckt.
Klar ist es Liebe ist eine Liebesgeschichte. Aber es ist eine Liebesgeschichte der anderen Art. Normalerweise hören wir den beiden Protagonisten gerne dabei zu, wie sie über ihre Gefühle zueinander nachdenken und auch in schwierigen Situationen einen Weg finden, zusammen zu sein.
Hier ist es anders. Hier haben nicht Gabe und Lea das Wort, sondern 14 andere Erzähler, die die beiden mehr oder weniger gut kennen. Diese Idee ist etwas für mich völlig neues und hat mich angezogen und interessiert.
Jetzt, nach dem Lesen ist es immer noch besonders. Aber mein Fall war es leider nicht so ganz. Ich greife nicht oft zu Liebesgeschichte.
Ich lese zwar gerne über Gefühle in Büchern aber meistens ist es dann eine Liebe, die sich zum Beispiel in einer Dystopie entwickelt oder etwas a la Selection.
Zu reinen Liebesgeschichten und YA Büchern greife ich eher selten, wenn ich dann in der Stimmung dazu bin, lese sie aber dann unheimlich gerne.
Was hätte ich nach der Hälfte des Buches dafür gegeben, von Leas Gefühlen zu reden oder mit Gabe zusammen zu verzweifeln.
Aber Klar ist es Liebe hat auch viele positive Punkte. Ich bin so zum Beispiel sehr begeistert von Sandy Halls Schreibstil.
Deshalb hoffe ich sehr, dass Klar ist es Liebe nicht ihr erstes und einziges Buch bleibt sondern ich noch viel von ihr lesen werde.
Sie hat mich in diesem Punkt auf jeden Fall überzeugt und wenn ihr mit meinem Kritikpunkt klar kommt, dann wollt ihr wahrscheinlich in diesem Buch versinken und nie wieder auftauchen.
Auch die Charaktere waren toll. Wenn auch Gabe und Lea sehr, sehr schüchtern waren und ich die beiden des Öfteren hätte anschreien können.
Denn es braucht unglaublich lange bis sich die beiden annähern. Auch die anderen Charaktere waren teils absolut liebenswert, teils super lustig und teils auch richtig nervig.
Aber auf eine gute Weise, die sehr gut ins Buch gepasst hat. Leider haben mir ganz eindeutig etwas Überblick aber vor allen Dingen die Gefühle der Protagonisten gefehlt, weshalb ich letztendlich von der Idee doch etwas enttäuscht war.
Deshalb gebe ich dem Liebesroman 3 von 5 Füchschen und hoffe, dass wir in Zukunft noch mehr von Sandy Hall lesen können. Ihr Schreibstil hat mich auf jeden Fall überzeugt.
Soweit, so gut. Doch schon zu Beginn des Kurses merken alle um sie herum, dass beide füreinander bestimmt