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Read 채식주의자 eBook ¹ Hardcover Ò [EPUB] ✶ 채식주의자 Author Han Kang – Helpyouantib.co.uk Before the nightmare Yeong hye and her husband lived an ordinary life But when splintering blood soaked images start haunting her thoughts Yeong hye decides to purge her mind and renounce eating meat Before the nightmare YeonAre strictly obeyed Yeong hye's decision to embrace a “plant like” existence is a shocking act of subversion And as her passive rebellion manifests in ever extreme and frightening forms scandal abuse and estrangement begin to wtfnoBook 10 of 30 for my 30 day reading challenge And now I'm 3 days behind on my challenge because this book was exhausting to get through

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Send Yeong hye spiraling deep into the spaces of her fantasy In a complete metamorphosis of both mind and body her now dangerous endeavor will take Yeong hye impossibly ecstatically tragically far from her once known self altogeth Han Kang's novel 'The Vegetarian' tells the story of Yeong hye Having recently had a dream that has convinced her to cease eating any meat whatsoever and finds that such a decision is affect nearly all aspects of her life Her family is trying to force her to eat meat the relationships that once surrounded her are falling apart and everyone is uestioning whether she is insane The thing is she just might be losing her mind and all because of a dreamThis book isn't super long In fact it reads like a novella so it's easy to consume and fast paced enough that about the time you feel really into it it's over It's not a bad thing though because there is a LOT packed into this little story Despite being a story that is explicitly about Yeong hye it is actually never told directly from her perspective Instead we are give about 60 pages a piece from her husband her brother in law and her sister The oddest part about this formatting is unlike many book of this type the perspectives do not overlap Some take place at the time of Yeong hye's decision to become a vegetarian and others take place years after the factTo be totally honest this book is weird It might actually be the weirdest book I've ever read But there's still something beautiful about it It's an honest look at mental illness and how it affects not only that individual but also everyone that cares about them For those who have dealt with abuse it's not as cut and dry to understand why mental illness affects them Instead it's about learning how to cope and manage but also when to let go of those who hold you backAs I mentioned before this book is a roller coaster ride especially in the beginning I sat down to read this expecting to read for maybe 20 minutes later but looked at the clock an hour later and realized that I was so involved in the story that I didn't want to stop reading It's sad depressing at times fun but most of all it's probably the most thought provoking novel I have ever readMy rating I give it 3 stars not because I didn't like it or I don't think you should read it but because I found the pacing of the book to be distracting It starts off energetic fast paced and almost manic During the middle it takes a turn and reads as a desperate plea for approval or attention And in the end it's detailed slower and tired I don't know whether this was an intentional decision but for me as a reader it meant that every 60 pages or so I was forced to feel like I was adjusting to a new writing styleWho should read it? If you enjoy international novels this is an excellent choice I have been told that those who have been deeply affected by the decision to become a vegetarian have loved this story Or anyone who wants to read something that is so unlike anything else out there that there is no way they will forget this book I was provided with a free copy of this book in order to conduct this review WEBSITE | TWITTER | FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM

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채식주의자Before the nightmare Yeong hye and her husband lived an ordinary life But when splintering blood soaked images start haunting her thoughts Yeong hye decides to purge her mind and renounce eating meat In a country where societal s Update Han Kang's book The Vegetarian is the Man Booker international winner WowZERO spoilers I'm going to share my experienceand hope to find other readers to discuss this book with later I couldn't 'not' read this in anything less than one sittingIf I keep thinking about this book not only will I have a knot in my stomach as I do nowbut I just might find myself crying my eyes outI haven't felt so many intense emotions from a book in a long timeZillions of thoughts flooded my mind from when our daughter was anorexic At age 9 Katy came home from school one day and said I no longer eat meat which was just the beginning of her food eliminations This book goes beyond anything I've ever read on the topic of eating disordersthere's exploring a range of themesThe writing is MASTERFULwith many gorgeous passages I'm not sure this book is for everyonebut if you think you can handle minimaldisturbing abuse and horror imagesthere is enough 'meat' pun in this book to keep the cerebral brain doing somersaults for monthsleaving behind many uestions to think about A tidbit which might be useful information for those who read this A Mongolian mark is a bluish birthmark very common among infants of color though uncommon among Caucasian infants that typically disappears by the time a child is around five Having this information would have 'helped' me feel less confused when I first started reading part IIThe Vegetarian is a novel of three linked novellas POWERFULThank You Crown Publishing Netgalley and Han Kang I think Kang is kinda a genius