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Die Zeitreisenden

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Jonathan und Timothy de Villiers. Margarete Tilney. Waitress Matt Birman Chicago Police 1 Craig Snoyer Chicago Police 2 Rachel McAdams Clare Carly Street Librarian Romyen Tangsubutra Thai Waiter Brooklynn Proulx Clare at Six and Eight Jane McLean Charisse Ron Livingston Edit Storyline When Henry DeTamble meets Clare Abshire in a Chicago library they both understand that he is a time traveler, but she knows much more about him as he has not yet been to the times and places where they have already met.

Edit Did You Know? Trivia The two girls who play Alba when she was younger and older are sisters. Goofs When Clare and Henry are arguing in Clare's studio after his vasectomy, the paper mold she's using goes from right-side up to upside down and back again.

Quotes [ first lines ] Henry at Six : [ giving up ] I can't sing. Annette DeTamble : That was fine, Henry. Henry at Six : I can't sing like you.

Annette DeTamble : Of course not. You're supposed to sing like you. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.

Frequently Asked Questions Q: Is "The Time Traveler's Wife" based on a book? Endlich ist es soweit! Links Verlag erschienen.

Das Buch hat farbig gestaltete Seiten, kostet 14,95 Euro und kann im Buchhandel bestellt werden. Zur Inhaltszusammenfassung und einer Leseprobe geht es hier.

Der pädagogische Leitfaden ist hier abrufbar. And to be completely honest, I had absolutely zero intention of reading this book, ever.

But then it was chosen as my October Bookclub book, so my intentions just became irrelevant. So, now that I've read it I think that this book did have an interesting premise, and in another author's hands, could have been fantastic.

But most of t I am not a romance reader by nature. But most of the time while reading this, I just kept feeling, well, manipulated and skeptical.

All I kept thinking as I read this was how implausible it all was. And I'm not just talking about the time-travel. Just to forewarn you, this long really long Ranty McRanter Review may contain spoilery stuff.

This book's description says "[ Henry and Clare's passionate love affair endures across a sea of time and captures the two lovers in an impossibly romantic trap[ Uh huh.

A trap of some kind, anyway. My biggest issue here is that Clare's life has been entirely determined by Henry, with a little help from his unknown ally, the Catholic Church.

Henry's told her what her life is and will be: She will be his wife. And because of her Catholic upbringing, the concept of predestination is not at all foreign to her remember, God has a plan for us all , and so she accepts it as a matter of course.

She sees him as her closest friend, the person who knows the most about her in the world, the person who loves her the most in the world, and as a young girl who is just starting to form ideas about romantic love, I'd imagine that to her he's like a God.

An all-knowing he knows her future but mysterious because he won't tell her about it, or anything about himself , unconditionally loving I don't think I need to explain this one , metaphysical or supernatural being time traveler, remember?

I don't think it's much of a stretch, honestly. So, leaving aside the paradox of their relationship technically being impossible they only meet in the present because of Henry telling her where they will while visiting Clare in the past , it strikes me as incredibly unfair to Clare that from 6 years old, when she meets a naked man claiming to be a time traveler in the meadow near her house, her life becomes tethered to Henry.

Now, I can see a 6 year old accepting a story of a time traveler. A 6 year old's imagination is a wild thing, and children can accept and cope with concepts that would drive adults to drink.

But as Clare gets older, and learns more about her life with Henry - that they are married, specifically - it becomes less and less plausible to me that someone would be able to accept that.

How does she know that he's not lying to her, or manipulating her into the life he claims she will live with him? She doesn't know anything at all about him other than the fact that he shows up naked in her yard repeatedly and claims to be her husband in the future.

To me, the time travel itself isn't enough evidence. He could be a time traveler AND a liar. It just seems to me like a waste. A waste of a life that Clare could have had that would have been fulfilling and satisfying without Henry in it.

Considering the fleeting nature of their relationship, and the massive extent of time she spent waiting for him, I just don't think it was worth it, and to me, Henry is incredibly selfish for pursuing that life for her.

The waiting is just endless And here's where it gets confusing, because Henry believes that the past can't be changed to affect the future, right?

So, 42 year old Henry meeting 6 year old Clare in the past leads to 28 year old Henry meeting 20 year old Clare in the present. It's destined because 42 year old Henry's past contains that meeting at But, Henry's theory is kind of crap because the whole thing is a paradox.

He went to a past from a future that couldn't have existed UNLESS he changed the past in order to affect the future. And this is another reason why this book felt manipulate-y.

I feel like we're not supposed to examine it in this way, and just read it for the love story and the heartbreaking sadness that this time-travel thing causes in the time traveler's wife's life.

We're supposed to see this as an epic romance. We're supposed to see the relationship as the central focus, we're supposed to accept this at face value as everyone accepts Henry's time travel and 20 years worth of him gallivanting around naked in the Newberry Library without losing his job, which is completely plausible, of course and not give it too much thought, because if we look too closely, we can see there's not much there.

Henry is described as something of a player by everyone but Clare. A cheater, a heartbreaker, emotionally unavailable Not one time. Ingrid who we don't see with Henry in a Clareless present is the bitter, devastated ex, and whatshername Celia?

But I don't buy it. Pics or it didn't happen, as they say. If you're going to claim someone's a player, you need to back it up - in real life and in fictional time travel stories.

Show him time travel back and interrupt his younger self mid-affair. Then I'd believe it. Instead, all we see is Henry the Totally Devoted To Clare.

He loves her more than love ever loved love and therefore they are DESTINED, and so it shall be. Henry knows what's going to happen, and therefore he doesn't even try.

He just sits back and let's the future come to him. Kendrick's going to be his doctor because he is. It happens because it has already happened.

So no need to get all rowdy and make an effort or anything. There's absolutely ZERO conflict in this book. Henry gets arrested for indecent exposure on a freeway in ?

Conveniently he disappears before he's booked. Want something? Take it. Something's weird? Family troubles?

Just introduce your new wife, then all tension is gone. If there's a snag, it's always a momentary one, and it always works out in the end.

Where was I? Oh yes, characters. She is This is going to be unpopular, but Clare is just an older, slightly very slightly less annoying version of Bella Swan.

She has no life other than Henry. Her friends become his friends because it's not like he has any of his own. Oh, wait, his old Korean babysitter counts, I guess.

Her life is completely engrossed by his and there's no part of it that is Henryless. She's completely devoted to this guy who had to ship in an extra to appear at his own wedding because he's too unreliable to actually be there in present time.

Just the kind of life every girl dreams of on their big day! Supposedly Clare's an artist or something? Something like that.

I guess. I live with an artist. There's art and art supplies and potential art supplies and scribbles and drawings and markers and paint and art It's not a hobby, it's a part of the Boy's LIFE.

This creative need. So when Clare is described as making stuff like 3 times in the book, complete with step by step directions and an accompanying Create-It-Yourself!

I don't see her as being an artist. I see her as being a toy that Henry picks up and plays with when he's around, and who sits on the shelf and waits for him to come back and play with her again when he's not around.

And when it's convenient aka: will reinforce the romance, like when she sketches Henry , Niffenegger sticks her in a studio with some art supplies and calls her an artist.

That's not character development, that's just lazy. Oh but wait, you say, what about the bird sculptures? Oh right, those, how could I forget, because they were so massively important to the story that they were mentioned like one time.

Henry's job is mentioned a bazillion times, and Clare's work mentions I could count on one hand. For real. The book is called The Time Traveler's WIFE, why is there not more about Clare?

Why is there not more TO Clare? And, speaking of shopping lists, seriously, I don't need an entire recipe recitation for each and every meal they eat.

And the kinds of meals they eat are ridiculous. I don't believe that a 20 year old and her 2 punk-rock rebel anarchist roommates are drinking merlot and eating wild mushroom risotto.

I can't even roll my eyes enough at that shit. But that's not even the best. I mean, Niffenegger's descriptions are insanely long anyway the quality of the light glinting off of this or that, dew on the thinger I don't care about at all, the texture of the whatchamajig, blah blah blah but at one point Henry is unpacking groceries and EVERY.

THERE WERE 32 ITEMS. I counted. Unlike Clare, I am not fascinated by celery stalks and cans of creamed corn.

Another thing that really bugged me were the miscarriages. There were times that they were written in such a way that I wasn't sure if it was a nightmare of Clare's or reality - I'm still not sure, but I think it was supposed to be reality.

I admit to skimming quite a bit, so maybe I missed something. Blood-soaked sheets and bed, and a little tiny fetus breathing its last in her hand?

Maybe Niffenegger isn't familiar with the stages of fetal development, but lungs are pretty much the last things to develop, so that's just But then finally, FINALLY Clare gets preggers, with her husband who is time travelling from the past.

She cheated on her hubby with her hubby while in bed with her hubby, who is sleeping. But hey, that's OK. Toward the end of the book there are quite a few events that feel manipulative in order to cause a certain event.

Henry's feet are important to him. This is drilled into the reader time and again. He runs because he needs to run when he time travels and lands somewhere buck-naked, raising all kinds of suspicions.

So of course, something happens to his feet. Not just one, which would have had the same effect, likely, but BOTH. For the shock value.

And to me, it was just not necessary at all. Because THE EVENT would probably have happened anyway - it happened in an eyeblink. And the repercussions from that event are We're supposed to be crushed.

I think this book is doing it wrong. I won't lie and say that I wasn't affected, though It was because I imagine myself in the position of losing someone I love, and know how heartbroken I'd have been.

But then I get angry, because in the goodbye letter he leaves for her, the one in which he tells her to live her life and be happy, he mentions - just as an aside, you know!

And that leaves her waiting for him again How horribly selfish do you have to be to do that to someone?

Is that a comfort? I don't think so. I think it's exactly the opposite. It's torture to make someone wait in uncertainty for over half their life for one brief momentary visit.

Such a waste, and the more I think about this book, the more I find to dislike in it. It's not romantic, it's depraved. I could go on, like about how the different perspectives were written and how even with the abrupt shift in POV I could never tell who was narrating unless I either checked or got lucky and one was talking directly to the other, because there was no difference in character voice at all, but the longer I do, the more annoyed I get, and I have better books I could be reading.

View all 35 comments. Oct 13, Jonathan Ashleigh rated it really liked it Shelves: recent. I opted to leave a copy at work and the other at home and I read at least a few pages everyday.

This meant that each time I picked up the book I was slightly lost, and wondering were I was, while I searched to find my place within the pages.

One copy was older and more worn than the other, with writing in the margins and creased corners. The other book was brand new and living in the present.

Even with the time lost searching for my place, this book turned into a quick read. The premise behind it was a great idea and, while the author demanded a lot of faith from the reader, it was fun to get into the story.

Even with all the questions surrounding the strange affliction attributed to the main character, I cared for the characters and worried about their destiny.

View all 9 comments. I almost feel that the author wrote this book in two halves. The first half she wrote while at the pique of her ability and enthusiasm.

The second half she wrote while on some very impressive anti-depressants. The first half of this book is sweet, wistful, beautiful and touching.

The second half of this book is heart breaking, depressing and sloppily written. I finished this book wondering what the hell I'd actually gotten out of it.

My not-so-startling conclusion was: nothing. When I read a book, I almost feel that the author wrote this book in two halves.

When I read a book, I like to come away with something - even if it's merely a story worth remembering to cherish in my mind, or a lesson well learned, or an experience I'll probably never have but I now felt as though I'd had.

This book offers none of that and I'm wondering why Ms. Niffenegger actually wrote it to begin with?

What was she trying to say with this story? Marriage sucks? Religion is for the young and naive? True love lasts until the first heart breaking obstacle?

When you figure it out, please tell me. View all 4 comments. Rating this was really hard, because I really liked it really, really liked it but I have such qualms with the ending, which could very possibly be a testament to Niffenegger's writing, I'm not sure.

There were several things I wanted to talk about while I was reading it, more or less having to do with the notion of time-travel in the book.

Obviously, there's always the immediate connection between Henry DeTamble and Billy Pilgrim, both of which are unstuck in time, Henry because of a b Rating this was really hard, because I really liked it really, really liked it but I have such qualms with the ending, which could very possibly be a testament to Niffenegger's writing, I'm not sure.

Obviously, there's always the immediate connection between Henry DeTamble and Billy Pilgrim, both of which are unstuck in time, Henry because of a bizarre disorder and Billy because of an existential break-down possibly hightened by Post Traumatic Shock Syndrome I believe that's what it's "technically" called, but don't quote me this is also a literary theory I find to be too easy of an excuse.

But also I found parallels between TTW and Octavia Butler's "Kindred," the story of a black woman pulled back through time by one of her ancestors, a white slaveholder, to the period before the Civil War.

The interesting thing I found about both of these are the link between Dana and Rufus in "Kindred" that defies time and space, and an almost identical link between Henry and young Clare as an agenda to look at the concept of "soul mates.

Another aspect that struck me was the idea of time being a biological construct, which was like "holy shit rock on! But the notion that time itself can be a flux in our biological make-up was STUNNING.

If I were a little more awake, maybe I could expound a little more about why that interested me so much. But to that effect, it did bother me a little that Niffenegger told her story more or less linearally, despite the constant jumping back and forth that Henry undergoes.

I almost wish the whole thing was like that, with very little linear telling [which of course would be problematic with Clare's perception of events; hmmm.

IF YOU HAVEN'T READ THE BOOK AND YOU PLAN ON READING IT, PLEASE STOP READING THIS REVIEW HERE! I DON'T WANT TO RUIN THE ENDING FOR YOU!

And this probably wouldn't have been so bad if Henry hadn't lost his feet and could do nothing else but wait for his final moment.

I felt that Henry was such a dynamic character and that he would have been one of those types of people who burn out instead of fade away, if he were a real person, but in the narrative he's not given that chance.

When he flashes back to that morning at the Meadow I wanted him to be running when he's shot, not simply appearing, getting shot, and returning to the New Year's party.

And the story kept going after! Which, granted, it is actually more of Clare's story she is, of course, the time-traveler's wife and gets the first and final words of the story , and this does illuminate Henry's ever-present being in time and space.

And then maybe he's not so much fading away as he is always existing. I don't know. Es muss streng geheim gehalten werden, denn es enthält wichtige Geschehnisse der Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft.

Anhand des Handbuches können die Voyagers herausfinden, was in der Geschichte falsch läuft, wenn das Indikatorlicht des Omnis rot leuchtet.

Das Buch wird in verschiedenen Episoden erwähnt z. Voyagers of the Titanic. Fernsehserie Deutscher Titel Die Zeitreisenden Originaltitel Voyagers!

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