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Characters ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¸ Matias Faldbakken Welcome to The Hills Oslo’s most esteemed restaurant an institution stewed in tradition and clinging to the faded grandeur of old EuropeA neurotic waiter tends to the desires of his regular – and irregular – clientele Aristocrats and artistes wealthy widows and roguish entrepreneu. ➽ book 13 out of 100This book has to be one of the most boring and pointless books I have ever read No shame to anyone who digs this but wow This just felt so weird and old fashioned I genuinely would have believed this to have been written in the 1930s if the author had taken out the few mentions of iPhones I also can’t even really give you a synopsis of the plot because literally nothing happens I’m not exaggerating There is literally no semblance of plot anywhere to be found The most exciting thing that happens in this book is when the main character who is unnamed and has no personality traits beyond working in food service accidentally takes the wrong dish to a table he is serving I wish I was jokingThe thing is this would be all well and good if the book was backed up by something else Unfortunately the writing is very plain and the author hasn’t taken any stylistic risks or done anything interesting with the storytelling If there’s any humour it’s completely lost on me And on top of that the characters are boring and blend into one The majority of the characters aren’t even named and just referred to as ‘the Bar Manager’ or something eually as literal So a lack of plot good prose interesting characters and humour really doesn’t make for something I would like to readIt’s a shame because I feel like the concept of this novel could be very interesting I personally think if the main narrative was between the customers and their whole story is told within the backdrop of a high class restaurant and the nosey waiter being the narrator that could be a story that is interesting and uniue Unfortunately this is not what happened and we experience a slice of life style story about a person we know literally nothing about nor should we care aboutI’m pretty sure the author thinks he’s JD Sallinger because this was one of the most pretentious and boring books I’ve ever read I can’t wait to never think about this again read for book roast's OWL's Magical Readathonyoutube ❀ twitter ❀ instagram

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Download é The Hills Í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Welcome to The Hills Oslo’s most esteemed restaurant an institution stewed in tradition and clinging to the faded grandeur of old EuropeA neurotic waiter tends to the desires of his regular – and irregular – clientele Aristocrats and a Owing into disarray our waiter’s nerves and the delicately balanced ingredients of the roomExuisitely observed and wickedly playful The Waiter is a novel for lovers of food wine and of European sensibilities but also for anyone who spends time in restaurants either side of the service. No real plot The author is trying his hand at “edgy misogyny” Pretty cover art though

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The HillsRs he observes all their dramas with a wit as sharp as a filleting knifeAt table ten sits the impeccable Mr Graham the most demanding of them all impatiently awaiting a special guest When at last she arrives – young beautiful mysterious – she will prove a challenging new flavour thr. Literary fiction rated below 35 stars is totally my jam The narrative voice the minutiae of the waiter’s ceaseless daily routine and his close observations of the regular diners and the interior details they let slip through cracks in their public personae are all absorbing Some things I didn’t like I agree with others that the first half works much better than the second half the unraveling is a bit absurd Also huge eyeroll to the catalyst being the arrival of the Child Lady a beautiful woman of indeterminate age both attractive and repelling If there are still men who can’t function in the presence of a woman they don’t understand they need to cut that shit out Some tidbits I loved“Call me old fashioned but changing what cannot be improved is also known as decline”“I’m not saying there’s any kind of betrayal in fishing out a device rather than rustling the paper; all I’m saying is that it’s noted”“Sometimes when I overhear what is said at the tables it’s not really possible to distinguish between genuine statements and parody”