all reviews of "Rien Ne Va Plus" by Georg Aeberhard (so far…)

5.0 stars of 5 stars What if...? and what if not! 11. Juni 2017 Martin R. Buehler

Rien Ne Va Plus - well not quite yet! Georg (or Jiri) writes an enthralling account of his life, through vignettes (short essays/stories) based on the common theme of coincidences. But: What if there are no coincidences? Or what if everything is a coincidence, the whole life, universe? Either way, Georg invites us to participate in his life's story, which is at times whimsical, sometimes sad, pensive, challenging, but always entertaining. It does help if your own life has been somewhat non-linear, if you have travelled, and if you are the person with patience and the gift to listen to people. Georg is a captivating storyteller, remembering a time in world's history full of change, barriers, bridges and new facts, and I am looking forward to further glimpses of a person whose life took many unexpected turns, be it by following a pattern - or through coincidences.

5.0 stars of 5 stars A moving story Stefanie  24. Juni 2017

I have read this book already for the second time and I still like it very much. It's like a trip into an unconventional world, where something unexpected waits for you upon every step. The episodes roll on easily, full of excitement; it is difficult to stop reading these moving life stories of escape, exile, independence, passion, love, hope, art ... What particularly moved me, was the honesty with which the author tells his life.

5.0 stars of 5 stars THE BOOK  13. Juli 2017

great small book, i enjoyed it, I think our world and our time need more like this book , some spirit, some love, some memories , some intelekt

4.0 stars of 5 stars Four Stars 16. Juli 2017

Fresh and lively stories about live in the US, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.

5.0 stars of 5 stars A great read. 18. Juli 2017 Amazon Customer 

Life is not always strait forward. A great read.

4.0 stars of 5 stars Incidents, precedents, plus happy accidents 17. Juli 2017 Fanfan - 

A nearly famous writer visits the author's apartment. He happens to be drunk. He stumbles toward a bookshelf, pulls out a volume by another nearly famous writer, coincidentally also a drunkard, curses it loudly, walks over to the window, and tosses the book onto the rain flooded street. What happens next? Does the author punch the nearly famous writer in the face and throws him out of the apartment into the rain? Who were the two nearly famous writers, and what was the title of the doomed book?

To find out, buy this unique memoir, don't wait for the movie version, and consider writing a review once you're finished reading it.

5.0 stars of 5 stars What a coincidence that I encountered this book 21. Juli 2017 Jan Vratislav 

Great book about great coincidences that may direct one's life from Prague over Switzerland to USA and back.

4,0 stars of 5 stars Have a go, good read 28. Juli 2017

A memoir of a globetrotter. From the East, towards the West, and back to Europe - a life long trip marked by coincidences.

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