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Anne-Sophie Brasme
Respira
Title: Respira
Author: Anne-Sophie Brasme
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Language: Spanish
Pages: 162
Publisher: , 0
ISBN: 847844789X
Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub
Size: 8 MB
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Los adolescentes necesitan de la amistad y compañía de sus iguales como el aire que respiran,
hasta el extremo de que puede llegar a convertirse en una obsesión enfermiza. No siendo
suficiente el medio afectivo familiar, suponiendo que éste exista, los adolescentes buscan con
ahínco el apoyo afectivo de sus amigos para construir a partir de él su identidad personal. Ése
es el tema central de esta sólida novela: las difíciles relaciones entre dos compañeras cuya
amistad apenas oculta la profunda desigualdad en la que se basa su relación. Los celos, las
humillaciones, la sumisión, el rencor, son sentimientos básicos que terminarán provocando en
Charlène una destructiva obsesión.
Insightful reviews
Snowwhiteofmoon: Ce livre est sortit en 2001 pour dont l’auteur n’avait que 17 ans à
l’époque. C’est très jeune et au final, je trouve que son histoire est très bien ficelée. D’ailleurs
Mélanie Laurent a produit le film et j’ai vraiment très envie de le découvrir (je croise les doigts
pour que ma ville le sorte…).
En ce qui concerne l’histoire, Anne-Sophie Brasme, va très loin pour nous touchés en plein
cœur car le personnage de Charlène, qu’elle nous fait découvrir est très renfermer. Cette jeune
fille ne sent pas à sa place dans le monde où elle vit. En gros c’est une jeune fille très mal dans
sa peau, qui je pense aurait même un petit soucis niveau psychologique. Lorsqu’elle nous
raconte ses sentiments face à ce qu’elle traverse, on se sent tellement bouleversé qu’on ne
peut pas ne rien ressentir, c’est impossible.
C’est peut-être du à l’auteur, vu qu’elle-même avait 17 ans lorsqu’elle a écrit ce livre et
Charlène a le même âge également. Charlène en plus d’être mal dans sa peau, très renfermée
sur elle, sait se montrer jalouse à un point qu’on ne pense pas être aussi fou. Certes, tous les
sentiments et l’amitié qu’elle porte envers Sarah, sont très sincère, mais faut que croire que
cette dernière sait vraiment tout de Charlène et arrive à faire ce qu’elle veut d’elle. Elle lui fait
subir ses moindres caprices et ne se montrent pas attendrissante, comme devrait l’être une
véritable « Meilleure Amie ».
Si Charlène est dans cet état-là, c’est parce qu’elle a vu sa véritable meilleure amie d’enfance
partir. Dès lors, elle ne se sentait plus vivre, et tellement seule comme abandonnée. Rien qu’à
cela j’ai pu la comprendre, sur ce quelle pouvait ressentir, car j’ai vécu la même chose durant
mes années Collège, dont je n’en garde pas un très bon souvenirs. Cependant, sa rencontre
avec Maxime, durant ses années lycée, va la faire changer et essayer de lui faire comprendre
que Sarah est vraiment une manipulatrice.
C’est très dur de devoir parler de ses sentiments lorsqu’on a été mise à l’écart durant la
majeure partie de notre vie. Ce livre nous montre qu’il faut regarder autour de soi et prendre
conscience qu’on n’est pas les seuls à souffrir, si on a mal quelque part alors que ce n’est pas
grand chose. Mais le plus important, c’est de faire ce qu’il y a de bon pour aider une personne
en détresse.
Anne-Sophie Brasme a su me prendre en haleine dans son récit. Surtout qu’elle rend son
histoire très oppressante aussi bien que réelle. Je n’hésiterai pas à voir le film, car j’aimerais
voir si c’est aussi retranscrit sur écran que sur papier. Puis je vous le recommande fortement
car même s’il est un peu dérangeant, rien qu’aux sentiments qu’éprouve Charlène à Sarah, il
reste très beau à lire grâce à la plume de l’auteur.
Je remercie encore les éditions Fayard pour cet envoie !!
http://www.snowwhiteofmoon.fr/2014/11...
george: We know at the beginning of the book that Charlene has killed her best friend. What we
don't know is why. In the beginning we meet Charlene in her prison cell. She admits what she
has done and she doesn't seem to be remorseful. From there she begins the story of her life:
from a shy child to a haunted adolescent. Sarah, an American French girl, comes into
Charlene's life in high school and from then on Charlene's life is doomed.
This was an interesting novel. Short, but really long enough. What interested me was that the
novel claimed to be about obsession and how that can take over one's life. However, it seemed
to me that Charlene wasn't really obsessed; she was taken over by Sarah and as much as she
tried, could not escape the hold that Sarah had on her. Sarah is not really an innocent in this
story as you think at the start. She is pretty evil and knows it. She treats Charlene rottenly and
finds it amusing. It's interesting. That's really the best word I can find to describe this story.
Molly: Huge thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book for review!
Well this was an odd little book and I'm not totally sure I enjoyed it. The cover is gorgeous and I
love toxic friendships that end in murder stories and with the promise of enough substance for a
movie I was willing to give it a try.
Sadly it fell a little short of my expectations.
This book is an English translation of a French novel written by the author when she was only
17. For a teen writer I do think that this a rather mature. But it does lack in some places and I'm
not sure if the translation is to blame or what.
This story starts out with the main character, Charlene, in jail. She's thinking about about what
got here there. She starts with her childhood, how she was loved but never really felt it, believed
it, or cared. She talks about her first real friendship and how after her BFF left she went on to a
new primary school where she lagged behind her classmates in maturity. Everyone was
"blossoming" and Charlene was a stick-straight as the boys. She wanted to mature and wasn't
and that caused her to isolate herself. At one point she tries to kill herself (by running too hard
and letter her asthma knock her down), but everyone thinks it's an accident... except for Sarah.
Sarah is an enigmatic girl. She's wise beyond her years, beautiful, and everyone adores her.
She sees through Charlene's "accident" and confronts her, vowing to basically save her from
herself. The two become best friends and Charlene spends all of her time with Sarah and
Sarah's mother who... basically has a revolving line of men coming into her bedroom. Sarah's
life is very liberal compared to Charlene's unhappy parents and annoying brother. Charlene is
enchanted with Sarah and lets Sarah have complete control over her.
After a summer vacation the two girls grow apart. Sarah finds Charlene to be immature. She's
discovered boys and the power that she has to manipulate those around her. Charlene
becomes obsessed with Sarah, following her, watching her, and it's really weird. Charlene starts
to talk about a voice inside her compelling her to be with Sarah. And eventually Sarah "saves"
Charlene again and becomes her friend but she's a huge bitch to Charlene and at this point I
was just so confused as to why Sarah kept Charlene around. All she did was saw awful things
about her and push her around. I guess she enjoyed the power she had over Charlene, but it
was just weird. Charlene finally was breaking out of Sarah's control when she met a boy, a
really nice boy, but Sarah eventually lured Charlene back in and Charlene's obsession had
become hate and she formulates a plan to kill Sarah and does so...
and that's the end.
Like great plot but I just wanted more. More depth, more craze, more obsession. And that's why
I think that a movie fleshing this out will be good. I can already see it in my head and I plan to
watch it. But as a book... I don't see how it can really stand on it's own in the current world of
YA. All I kept thinking about while I was reading this was that Dangerous Girls did it so much
better (now THAT is a book I'd love to see turned into a movie!).
But I'm sure that at the time this was written, and the fact that it was written by a teen... that it
was quite brilliant then.
Kathy Bortko: loved studying this tremendously. enjoyed either characters. Chase together with
his foul mouth (oh my), Faye together with her innocence (not annoying) had my giggling rather
a bit. reliable read.
Karine Mon coin lecture: 3,5
prettybooks: Respire est un roman coup de poing. Parce que los angeles haine, l’amitié et
l’amour sont parfois si forts qu’un rien les sépare. L’écriture de l’auteur est incroyable et cette
descente aux enfers, ce mal-être et cette jalousie maladive que ressent Charlène plongent le
lecteur dans un état second. Une magnifique découverte. A ne pas louper.Ma chronique
http://myprettybooks.wordpress.com/20...
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