The Binding Site bietet smarte Lösungen für Ihr Labor: Assays für die spezielle Proteindiagnostik, Analysegeräte und Support weltweit. Erfahren Sie mehr über. Jeder braucht eine Geschichte – auch wenn es schmerzhaft ist. Emmett Farmer arbeitet auf dem Hof seiner Eltern, als ein Brief ihn erreicht. Er soll bei einer Buchbinderin in die Lehre gehen. Bridget Collins: The Binding. Dieses Buch ist einzigartig. Unerwartet perfekt! Süchtigmachend. Und dabei geht es gar nicht nur um den Plot, der mir so viel mehr.
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Brilliant concept, truly extraordinary writing and a killer plot' - Anna Mazzola, author of The Unseeing 'Pure magic. Collins' prose is spellbinding' - Laura Purcell, author of The Silent Companions 'A moving, spellbinding book with a powerful love story at its heart and one of the best twists I've read in a long time.
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Lee Child. Maggie O'Farrell. A Burning. Does that concern you? Could one really tell the difference?
Novels , they call them. They must be much cheaper to produce. You can copy them, you see. People who enjoy imagining misery, I suppose.
People who have no scruples about dishonesty. People who can spend days writing a long sad lie without going insane…My father, of course, is a connoisseur.
He claims that he would know instantly if he saw a novel. He says that a real, authentic book breathes an unmistakable scent of…well.
He calls it truth , or life. I think maybe he means despair. I doubt that despair is what you will experience on reading The Binder.
This is a marvelous read, a thoughtful, engaging novel, featuring a large dollop of Dickensian social commentary, while following an appealing everyman through the perils of coming of age, and offering in addition insightful observations on memory-as-self and the power of books.
I was sure I had something more to say, but I seem to have forgotten what that was. In order to accommodate the text beyond that I have moved it to the comments section below in what is currently comment 5.
View all 38 comments. Dec 09, Paromjit rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy , historical-fiction , netgalley , mystery.
Bridget Collins has written a beautifully imagined piece of fantasy historical fiction, a sumptuous love story, of poor farmer's son, Emmet Farmer, and the wealthy, privileged Lucian Darnay, doomed to be star crossed lovers.
In this world, books are not what we would recognise them to be, books are for all those things that people feel destroyed by and cannot live with in their lives.
They are extraordinary hand crafted, leather bound repositories of actual peoples memories, their secrets, grief Bridget Collins has written a beautifully imagined piece of fantasy historical fiction, a sumptuous love story, of poor farmer's son, Emmet Farmer, and the wealthy, privileged Lucian Darnay, doomed to be star crossed lovers.
They are extraordinary hand crafted, leather bound repositories of actual peoples memories, their secrets, grief, and pain, erased for good after being stored in a book.
Books are feared and forbidden, as Emmet finds to his cost when he is drawn to buy one. An unwelcome letter arrives for Emmet, an apprenticeship he cannot refuse, he will train to be a bookbinder under Seredith's tutelage, a sacred calling.
For a while, Emmet has been ill, unable to contribute to the farm as he once did, but he, like others is afraid of bookbinders, a profession surrounded with ignorance, prejudice and superstition.
He travels to Seredith's remote home, and surprisingly finds solace in his daily tasks, surrounded by a silence that turns out to be what he needs to bear his illness.
The narrative goes back and forth in time, from the time Emmet and his sister, Alta, meet Lucian Darnay, to the development of their relationship, and to Emmet's experiences with other bookbinders and their clients.
The reader comes to understand how Emmet came to develop his mystery illness, and the effects and repercussions of bookbinding on his and Lucian's lives.
Seredith turns out to be a remarkably ethical and moral bookbinder, storing and safely locking away the books in her vault. This is in sharp contrast to others, some bookbinders are happy to practice a corrupt, horrifyingly venal form of bookbinding for the rich and powerful that uses and abuses people.
These bookbinders illegally sell and trade the books for profit, often to those with a prurient interest in the secret lives of others, and for the purposes of blackmail.
In a story of murder, magic, separation and ruthless powerful forces, do Emmet and Lucian's love stand any chance in a hostile world? Collins engages in complex world building in this utterly beguiling novel, making this world come vibrantly alive with her detailed descriptions of time and place, whilst relating a moving and original love story that charms and captivates.
This is brilliant storytelling, that immerses the reader in a past where books are a dangerous and secret commodity, and a forbidden love that threatens to destroy Emmet and Lucian.
Highly recommended. Many thanks to HarperCollins for an ARC. View all 44 comments. Jan 02, h o l l i s rated it it was ok Shelves: abuse , assault , baa-baa-black-sheep , buddy-read-sorta , coverly-love , lgbtqia , romance , disappointing , reads , hate-to-love-romance.
I'm starting to become a little disillusioned with upcoming releases by unknown or new-to-me authors. THE BINDING has an excellent marketing campaign, a gorgeous cover, and was a book I wanted to get into my hands, desperately, due to a inaccurate comparison to a book I love.
However, for this reader, the insides don't match the outsides. This book has three parts to it. The first act is slow, plodding, and mired in the familiar 'other characters know things but cannot tell the protagonist for I'm starting to become a little disillusioned with upcoming releases by unknown or new-to-me authors.
The first act is slow, plodding, and mired in the familiar 'other characters know things but cannot tell the protagonist for reasons' trope.
Act two is a major reveal, a flashback, and the only part of the story I enjoyed. Act three is a new perspective, misery, and extra unpleasantness..
The concept of binding memories, locking away emotions, is fascinating. But ultimately all it did was introduce more terrible characters into a book that wasn't filled with many good ones to begin with.
I struggle to think of more than one. There is darkness to this story, unpleasantness, and any of the magic I was hoping for was really just limited to the strange practice of the binding and the few binders who could do it.
This was a lot less fantastical than I thought it would be and the only surprise was that there is a queer romance within these pages. If I rated this book by the parts of it, it would be a slow terribly paced two star for part one, a sweet blush of a three for the middle, and an awful one star for the final section.
There is a HEA of sorts but.. This was just a lot more depressing or maybe just.. Great premise. Some potential. And when I was reading it, it was a smooth read; though once put down it was hard to build up the desire to pick it back up.
Overall, though, I wish I could bind my memories of THE BINDING and go back to when I still had stars in my eyes at the thought of reading something new and wonderful.
View all 52 comments. Pat Brand Have jyst written my own very similar review. I yawned through most of it and won't be investing any time in a follow up.
Have jyst written my own very similar review. Faith Agreed. I've given up in the first part because it's just so slow, and I'm fairly sure I've guessed exactly what's going to happen later Magical realism is never my first choice and it is the genre I hardly ever decide to read but I never refuse a novel that manages to incorporate it into a good story.
And this is a splendid example of such combination that forced me to continue reading till late hours. The idea of binding your memories into books and leaving none left is both brilliant and terrifying.
The Binding cast a spell on me that I will take some time to reverse provided I want it …. Nov 24, Umut Rados added it.
It sounded like it has fantasy elements, some magic with interesting characters. The book is divided in 3 parts.
I loved the first part, but things went into a completely different direction starting from the second part.
The rest of 2. The rest of the book is just a romance story. Also, there are lots of trigger warnings in this book, rape, sexual abuse, murder.
This darkness and the amount of pages spent on it took me by surprise. So, I think that original idea is lost in between attempts of a bit of LGBTQ content and too much darkness.
In addition, there are characters we spent a lot of time on in the first part, that were not touched upon in the other parts.
It was lacking character development. In the end, it was not for me. Thanks so much to Harper Collins for an ARC of this book, in exchange for an honest review.
View all 13 comments. Oct 06, Amalia Gkavea rated it really liked it Shelves: magical-realism , historical-fiction , british-literature , gothic-fiction , mystery.
The wind murmured in the thatch and drove another gust of rain against the window-pane, but the house was thick-walled, solid, as old as rock. His parents are of little help, engrossed in how to find a wealthy husband for his sister, absorbed by their wish for money without even trying.
When a strange call arrives, Emmett has to answer. And so it happens and his path is crossed with a fascinating woman, a binder who specializes in unique books.
Emmett has to fight. He has to understand his vocation, he has to learn how to stand up to the ones who want to use him as a tool, against a world that doesn't understand.
What if we could erase every negative memory from our minds? What if we could capture all those incidents that made our lives a struggle into a book, bind them and store them away, out of sight and out of mind?
What if this gift fell into the wrong hands? What if vile men forced their victims to have their memories erased so that they could come clean and unpunished?
They have hurt us, they still hurt and will go on hurting us. We all have wished for them to disappear and leave us be. They have shaped our course, our principles, our future choices.
That embarrassing moment has taught us to be wiser, that pain, seemingly unbearable, has made us stronger, that failure has made us more cautious and determined.
And how do we erase the memory of someone who entered our lives and vanished, along with all the moments we spent together? Collins depicts the dilemmas within an alternative 19th century England, through the eyes of a young man who tries to untangle the knots in his difficult life.
Despised and scorned because of his low social status, recognized by a wise old woman for his gift and courage, burdened with an emotional load that has dire consequences.
Collins creates a very approachable character in the face of Emmett. His insecurities and doubts, the naive choices he may make are a token of a human disposition, a youth standing on a crossroads.
Even though he likes to think he is unimportant, he is courageous and honest. The evil lies with the people who surround him, the ones who oppress and terrify him.
They are the problem. The only issues I faced had to do with the romance plotline which was tiresome and not to my personal taste but this is my approach to every romance included within a story so it was to be expected.
Collins created a world where moral dilemmas clash with social norms, where gifted people are used to the benefit of the aristocracy, where books can be a salvation or a tyranny.
A perfect novel for dark autumn nights… ''An owl called, distant and then closer; something scuttled in the corner of the yard. I imagined the owl circling, silent now, waiting for the glint of tiny eyes, the twitch of a tail.
A death like that you wouldn't hear it coming. View all 15 comments. Shelves: genre-romance , genre-fantasy , abuse , reads. The premise of The Binding in one sentence : terrible people are terrible, and when I say terrible what I really mean is everyone.
It's terribly gruesome and disturbing at times and portrays abuse in many shapes, yet I couldn't look away. For the past few days, I've been wondering why I was so damn affected by a novel that many of my friends found lacking.
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