Why do I hate people
Julius Fischer hates people. It starts with children. Puberty doesn't work either. Only students are actually even more caustic. And of course working people. They are the worst. But nothing compared to retirees. In his new book he talks about how he tries to avoid all these people. And how he fails.
"Like Bernhard's› wood felling ‹- only cute." Marc-Uwe Kling
The audio book with an unabridged reading by Julius Fischer at DAV.
I hate people. A digressionBook 16.00 EURBrochure with flaps
I hate people. A digressionebook 8.99 EUR
This is a hilarious testimony to misanthropy, precisely observed, deliciously written.New press
Everyday scenes taken to extremes. Social comment wrapped up in a funny way. And people on the train again and again. ›I hate people‹ is satire, which is why it works particularly well there: on a train ride.Radio Fritz
[...] a wonderful book [...] that makes you laugh.Angela Förster, Graff bookstore
[...] a panopticon of rolling eyes, a kaleidoscope of situation comedy, a colorful palette of sighs and annoyance [...]Chris Popp, booknerds
[...] a philosophical train travel novel, with flashbacks, digressions, circles of thought [...]. [Fischer is] exactly where Schopenhauer landed when he began to think more intensely about reason, understanding and the cognitive ability of people.Ralf Julke, Leipziger Internet Zeitung
It may be that the title of his new book ›I hate people‹ sounds a little undifferentiated. But who would judge a text by the title alone? It depends on the content, says Hegel, a German thinker. Fischer is keeping up with that. He hates subtle, nuanced and reasoned.Karin Großmann, Saxon Newspaper
›I hate people‹ is a book to smile about yourself, to get an understanding of the completely understandable hatred of people and to take less seriously - yes, everything.Kia Kahawa, book ensemble
[...] trampling on the nerves of other children (and pensioners), loudmouthed students, empathy-free professionals and the like. Fischer takes them all on - at least a train ride, during which his thoughts slide into past experiences with strange people in a highly entertaining, amusing way. Seldom has an addition to the title been more appropriate than "a digression"!Edgarschichtl, ekz.bibliotheksservice
... the writer [ponders] about the insanity of his fellow human beings, of society, actually of the whole world. Including you and me. That is [...] really very, very funny.Karsten Zimalla, Westzeit
Julius Fischer is really, really funny - his humor never seems forced, but very authentic. Through the exaggerated representation of everyday scenes, he relies on the reader's identification with what has been experienced. It is one's own misanthropic traits that one recognizes when reading.Evelyn Meyer, writer (o) urblog
With every new hate topic you can feel: I had this feeling myself.Michael Schäfer, Göttinger Tagblatt
If you want a funny, entertaining read and don't shy away from laughing at the bizarre peculiarities of people and sometimes yourself, this book is well advised.Julia Kuschel, love to read
Fischer's digressions, held together by Deutsche Bahn, work in any case and prove that misanthropy is best viewed with humor.Holger Moos, Goethe Institute
Fischer entertained me perfectly with his narrow book and made me laughRomy Henze, Travel Without Moving Blog
The most beautiful hiking trails of the hiking whoreBook 14.90 EUR2nd Edition
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The most beautiful hiking trails of the hiking whoreebook 7.99 EUR
The most beautiful hiking trails of the hiking whoreAudiobook (MP3 download) 6.99 EURSelected book chapters
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Playing time: 56 min
To be released May 21, 2021 Julius Fischer hates people. Starting with your own wife. Family doesn't work either. Only friends are actually even more caustic. And acquaintances, of course. They are the worst. But nothing compared to any other. In this book he talks about his desperate attempts to do nothing with all these assholes ...
I hate people. Kind of a love storyBook 15.00 EURHumorous narrative
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I hate people. Kind of a love storyebook 8.99 EUR
Between first-person shooters and the »Magic Mountain«, Anna Nicole Smith memory strings and minnesang, hipsters and the animals of the forest - Julius Fischer's alter ego is a boy from yesterday who reads one of the books and is not on Facebook. "I want to smell like my cat" is a collection of Julius Fischer's best stage texts. On the CD for the book you can ...
I want to smell like my catBook 13.90 EUR
I want to smell like my catebook 6.99 EUR
Christian MeyerJulius FischerThe Fuck Hornisschen Orchestra
On their fourth album PALMEN, The Fuck Hornisschen Orchestra show themselves surprisingly politically and are themselves a little shocked by their anger, which they convey in their usual unusual and amusing way. With the help of rap it goes against capitalism, with techno against the content-free flood of information and a cappella against the constant excessive demands. A …
PALM TREESAudio CD 14.90 EUR
André had actually thought that he had finally made the jump from his home in the province of Saxony-Anhalt. Away from class reunions, weddings and thermal mixes. If it weren't for his grandfather, who has dementia, moves into the home and loses touch with the world a little more every day, and his best friend Maik, who ...
Change of placebook 20.00 EURnovel
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304 pagesUnfortunately out of print, now available in paperback
Unabridged audio book read in by the author himself. André had actually thought that he had finally made it out of his home in the province of Saxony-Anhalt. Away from class reunions, weddings and thermal mixes. If it weren't for his grandfather, who has dementia, moves into the home and loses touch with the world a little more every day, and his ...
Change of place - audio bookAudiobook (audio CD) 18.00 EURMP3 CD
Unabridged, read by André Herrmann
Change of place - audio bookAudiobook (MP3 download) 15.99 EUR
The reading duneJulius FischerMaik MartschinkowskyMarc-Uwe KlingSebastian Lehmann
The reading dune returns with a new book. This book brings together some of the most momentous texts in real humor. A book not only for craftsmen, kangaroos, heroines, parents, the unemployed, tourists, vegetarians, punks, ticket inspectors and piccolo flautists. "The reading dune is as politically and subtly socially critical as many cabaret artists would like to be." Leipziger Volkszeitung
About working and being readyBook 11.00 EUR
About working and being readyebook 5.99 EUR
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