Når man Forveksler kærlighed med en saks

14. January 2019 Off By lana88




Title: Når man forveksler kærlighed med en saks

Author: Thomas Lagermand Lundme

Udgivelsesår: 2016

Sideantal: 175

Forlag: Gyldendal

ISBN: 978-8702190946

Finished Reading: Januar 2019

Stars: 1

Genre: YA & LGBT










This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.



Han bor ikke længere hos sin mor. Hun sagde, hun havde brug for lidt mere tid. Til at komme ovenpå. Men han kom aldrig hjem igen.

Han bor ikke længere hos sin morfar, Den stolte og stærke morfar, som tog over, da hans mor gav op.

Nu bor han hos Mads i København. Mads som elsker ham. Men han har stadig sår på hænderne, og når han ser sig i spejlet, ser han sin mor.



After finishing this read, I simple had to find out if I was the only one whom disliked this book so much. Apparently I am. I hated this with a passion. The way the author wrote it threw me off several times and I only finished it because I knew it wasn’t long. Phew, that was a struggle. I definitely didn’t find this beautiful in any way, I actually found it quiet disturbing and annoying.

I didn’t feel any sympathy toward the main character whatsoever! What a disturbing young man!

As for the other characters I’ve got nothing positive to say, the focus was clearly on the main character leaving all the others faceless and lacking a personality.

It annoyed me how the books view changed from past to present all the time. That I could have lived with had the chapters been ten to thirty pages long as a regular book but these time changes were after each page! The longest period in the same “timeline” was two pages.

The thing that annoyed me the most about this book isn’t even mentioned yet! It’s simple it’s the Dots! So many dots! If I’m bored one day, I’ll count the amount of dots the book has. It mentions it has LGBT moments but they are very few and scares and barely even worth mentioning since it’s such a meaningless part of the book.

I wouldn’t recommend this book to anyone I’m sorry. This book was one big brainfuck.