Die Wolke

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  • Hardcover
  • 176 pages
  • Die Wolke
  • Gudrun Pausewang
  • English
  • 05 January 2017
  • 9780670861040

10 thoughts on “Die Wolke

  1. says:

    Gudrun Pausewang s 1987 novel Die Wolke Fallout , about a large scale nuclear accident disaster in what was then still West Germany and its devastating, far reaching consequences, was published only one year after the 1986 Chernobyl incident and is in my opinion a heavy duty, gripping, generally painfully unpleasant albeit also very much engaging and important reading experience, suitable, acceptable for older teenagers above the age of fourteen or so and thus, the same age as the main protagonist, Janna Berta, who is indeed fourteen.Now basically, Die Wolke is a doomsday and dystopian type of scenario of what happens or to the point, of what realistically speaking might occur in Central Germany during an all encompassing nuclear accident scenario akin to what transpired at Chernobyl After the nuclear reactor at Grafenrheinfeld malfunctions and releases massive clouds of radioactive gases etc., Janna Berta s parents and youngest brother Kai are killed by nuclear fallout and her other brother Uli is then fatally run over by a car as the two try to escape by bicycle and make their way to Hamburg where their aunt lives, Hamburg being located in an area of Germany not directly affected by the radiation, by the nuclear fallout But while Janna Berta survives, due to her having been exposed to radioactive rain and mist whilst on the road, whilst attempting to flee, she does lose most of her hair due to radiation sickness and although the authorities, although both the g...

  2. says:

    ich kann nur sagen wow Es hat mich entsetzt und richtig traurig und nachdenklich und w tend gemacht.Rezension

  3. says:

    Kurz und knappEin schonungsloses, intensives Buch ber ein wichtiges Thema Man merkt dem Roman sein Alter von ber 20 Jahren kaum an und sollte sich davon erst recht nicht abschrecken lassen Nichts f r sch ne Momente und zarte Nerven Lang und breitDie Wolke ist eine schockierende, aufw hlende Geschichte, die keinen Schicksalsschlag ausl sst Mit Janna Berta und ihrem kleinen Bruder Uli zusammen habe ich mich auf die Flucht vor der giftigen Wolke, die durch den Unfall in einem Atomkraftwerk entstanden ist, begeben Auf diesem Weg sieht Janna Berta viele Menschen sterben, muss sich durch panische Menschenmassen und sauren Regen k mpfen, nur um danach die n chste schlechte Nachricht bermittelt zu bekommen Dieses Buch ist nichts f r sonnige Stunden Mit einer unglaublichen Wucht verteilt es Schl ge nach allen Seiten und w rde Janna gegen Ende nicht etwas mehr Zeit bei ihrer lebensfrohen Tante verbringen, h tten sie den Buchtitel auch in Die Wolke der Hoffnungslosigkeit verl ngern k nnen.Was diesen Roman so ersch tternd macht, ist der Realit tsbezug Gudrun Pausewang hat Die Wolke als eine Antwort auf die Geschehnisse in Tschernobyl geschrieben Mit Hilfe eins fiktiven Kernreaktorversagens hat sie die Konsequenzen eines solchen Vorfalls glaubhaft nach Deutschland verlegt Alles wirkt so echt, die Ortsnamen...

  4. says:

    One of the most shocking stories I ve ever read Because the scenario is so real and so possible The two most horrible scenes are when the heroine has to bury her brother on the roadside and when mass panic errupts at the train station and she involuntary lets go of the little kids she was supposed to supervise while their mother tried to barter for tickets You know that they are lost and will get trampled I cannot imagine any realistic book that has effected me in the same way I never, ever want to read it again, but everybody, who is living in a country that uses nuclear power plants should.I just thought about this book when I was w...

  5. says:

    Die Wolke ist ein absolut deprimierendes Buch Wenn man gerade mal zu gute Laune hat und etwas daran ndern m chte, dann empfehle ich, dieses Buch zu lesen Ich verspreche, dass man danach emotional komplett am Tiefpunkt ist.Das Thema, welches Die Wolke auf absolut schonungslose Weise anspricht, ist, dass der Mensch Atomkraft nicht kontrollieren kann, sie unbeherrschbar, gef hrlich, ja sogar t dlich ist Ein sehr sch nes Thema und ich stimme der Autorin in der Hinsicht auch aus vollem Herzen zu.Warum dann nur zwei Sterne Nun, es kommt immer darauf an, was man f r Anspr che an B cher hat Ich mag kritische Werke, die sich mit Themen aus dem echten Leben auseinandersetzen Ich mag es, durch B cher dazu bewegt zu werden, mir ber Themen mehr Gedanken zu machen Aber ich mag es NICHT, B cher zu lesen, die mich so sehr beunruhigen, dass ich st ndig an dieses Thema denke Ich habe das Buch vor 5 Jahren gelesen, dennoch hat sich alles in mein Ged chtnis eingebrannt Der gew nschte Effekt Wohlm glich Aber ich will mich eigentlich nicht mehr an dieses Buch erinnern Ich mache mir ohnehin schon zu viele Gedan...

  6. says:

    was f r ein tiefgr ndiges Jugendbuch Ich kannte bisher nur den Film und bin nun auch noch schwer begeistert vom Buch Gudrun Pausewang schafft es hier auf so wenig Seiten so viel Leid und Drama r berzubringen, dass einem die Tr nen in den Augen stehen.

  7. says:

    I listened to this in German I am not a native German speaker, so I probably missed some of the words, but I understood the reader pretty well The story is not a pleasant one It follows the fate of a 14 year old girl after a large nuclear accident in Germany The book was originally published in 1990, well before the Japanese earthquake and the resulting nuclear accident at Fukushima, but after the nuclear accident at Chernobyl It is obvious that the author is trying to engender fear of atomic reactors and might be criticized as being a tad didactic , and, after the accident at Fukushima, this doesn t seem as unreasonable as some critics of the book might maintain The authorities at Fukushima did not understand the full extent of the damage in the situation and they did not inform the public quickly of the dangers But the actual physical damage takes second place to the resulting psychological damage in the audiobook and it doesn t feel like this is exaggerated It will be interesting to compare this fictional account to biographical accounts, should they eventually come from Japan There ARE safer at...

  8. says:

    Ever since I read this book, I am terrified If what happened in Fukushima hasn t opened your eyes yet, this book will It was published in 1988, not long after Tschernobyl happened, and according to my boyfriend, pupils were forced to read this in school in 6th grade 12 14 year old kids Don t get me wrong, it s an important topic to cover in school, but I am not sure I would have had the stomach for this kind of thing with just 12 years Die sagen dauernd was von einer Wolke , berichtete Uli aufgeregt Und die Wolke, die ist giftig Aber ich hab s nicht richtig mitgekriegt There are so many things you just never think about, because you don t want to think about them Until you are in the middle of them With this book s main protagonist, Janna, you are right in the middle of it She lives 70 80 km away from the nuclear power station in the book, there s a special alarm going off, everyone is panicking, she is on her own with her little brother, her parents spent the day even closer to the station Not knowing what happened with her parents, she has to make all the important decisions now Do they stay in the cellar, or run for their lives...

  9. says:

    I read this book many years ago for school and couldn t for the life of me remember how it ended, which is why I ve wanted to re read it for a long time I finally read it again and fully understand now why I didn t remember the ending The first couple of chapters are action filled and scary, but as soon as the catastrophe is over, nothing else happens It gets really, really boring, although never quite as boring as the strange writing style Nobody in the entire world talks as old fashioned as these characters Not even eighty year olds in the late eighties which is when the book was written talked like this It really bothered me Just like the constant reminders about lying politicians, radical demonstrations and stupid, glorifying peasants who care about nothing else but their valuable belongings Although I think that most emotions described are stereotyped...

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