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Di sebuah pagi yang murung, Nadira Suwandi menemukan ibunya tewas bunuh diri di lantai rumahnya. Kematian sang ibu, Kemala Yunus - yang dikenal sangat ekspresif, berpikiran bebas, dan selalu bertarung mencari diri - sungguh mengejutkan. Tewasnya Kemala kemudian mempengaruhi kehidupan Nadira sebagai seorang anak ("Melukis Langit"); seorang wartawan ("Tasbih"); seorang kekasi Di sebuah pagi yang murung, Nadira Suwandi menemukan ibunya tewas bunuh diri di lantai rumahnya. Kematian sang ibu, Kemala Yunus - yang dikenal sangat ekspresif, berpikiran bebas, dan selalu bertarung mencari diri - sungguh mengejutkan. Tewasnya Kemala kemudian mempengaruhi kehidupan Nadira sebagai seorang anak ("Melukis Langit"); seorang wartawan ("Tasbih"); seorang kekasih ("Ciuman Terpanjang"); seorang istri, hingga akhirnya membawa Nadira kepada sebuah penjelajahan ke dunia yang baru, dunia seksualitas yang tak pernah disentuhnya ("Kirana").


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Di sebuah pagi yang murung, Nadira Suwandi menemukan ibunya tewas bunuh diri di lantai rumahnya. Kematian sang ibu, Kemala Yunus - yang dikenal sangat ekspresif, berpikiran bebas, dan selalu bertarung mencari diri - sungguh mengejutkan. Tewasnya Kemala kemudian mempengaruhi kehidupan Nadira sebagai seorang anak ("Melukis Langit"); seorang wartawan ("Tasbih"); seorang kekasi Di sebuah pagi yang murung, Nadira Suwandi menemukan ibunya tewas bunuh diri di lantai rumahnya. Kematian sang ibu, Kemala Yunus - yang dikenal sangat ekspresif, berpikiran bebas, dan selalu bertarung mencari diri - sungguh mengejutkan. Tewasnya Kemala kemudian mempengaruhi kehidupan Nadira sebagai seorang anak ("Melukis Langit"); seorang wartawan ("Tasbih"); seorang kekasih ("Ciuman Terpanjang"); seorang istri, hingga akhirnya membawa Nadira kepada sebuah penjelajahan ke dunia yang baru, dunia seksualitas yang tak pernah disentuhnya ("Kirana").

30 review for 9 dari Nadira

  1. 5 out of 5

    Pandasurya

    9 dari Nadira, 1 dari aku, 10 untukmu.. *** Satu kalimat berikut ini sepertinya cocok untuk kisah buku ini: "You don't really know what you've got 'til it's gone.." Dan ada 2 lagu yang menurut sayah cocok dengan beberapa bagian dari kisah di buku ini.. 2 lagu yang enak dinikmati di saat-saat seperti ini.. yaitu "Where'd You Go" dari Fort Minor dan "Honeymoon on Ice" dari The Trees and The Wild.. Dan mungkin memang bukan kebetulan kalo ternyata sang penulis buku ini pun menuliskan di halaman ucapan teri 9 dari Nadira, 1 dari aku, 10 untukmu.. *** Satu kalimat berikut ini sepertinya cocok untuk kisah buku ini: "You don't really know what you've got 'til it's gone.." Dan ada 2 lagu yang menurut sayah cocok dengan beberapa bagian dari kisah di buku ini.. 2 lagu yang enak dinikmati di saat-saat seperti ini.. yaitu "Where'd You Go" dari Fort Minor dan "Honeymoon on Ice" dari The Trees and The Wild.. Dan mungkin memang bukan kebetulan kalo ternyata sang penulis buku ini pun menuliskan di halaman ucapan terima kasihnya bahwa dari sejumlah lagu yang dinikmatinya selama menulis buku ini terdapat pula lagu-lagu dari band The Trees and The Wild.. Where'd You Go by Fort Minor Where'd you go? I miss you so, Seems like it's been forever, That you've been gone. She said "Some days I feel like shit, Some days I wanna quit, and just be normal for a bit," I don't understand why you have to always be gone, I get along but the trips always feel so long, And, I find myself trying to stay by the phone, 'Cause your voice always helps me to not feel so alone, But I feel like an idiot, workin' my day around the call, But when I pick up I don't have much to say, So, I want you to know it's a little fucked up, That I'm stuck here waitin', at times debatin', Tellin' you that I've had it with you and your career, Me and the rest of the family here singing "Where'd you go?" I miss you so, Seems like it's been forever, That you've been gone. Where'd you go? I miss you so, Seems like it's been forever, That you've been gone, Please come back home... You know the place where you used to live, Used to barbecue up burgers and ribs, Used to have a little party every Halloween with candy by the pile, But now, you only stop by every once and a while, Shit, I find myself just fillin' my time, With anything to keep the thought of you from my mind, I'm doin' fine, I plan to keep it that way, You can call me if you find that you have something to say, And I'll tell you, I want you to know it's a little fucked up, That I'm stuck here waitin', at times debatin', Tellin' you that I've had it with you and your career, Me and the rest of the family here singing "Where'd you go?" I miss you so, Seems like it's been forever, That you've been gone. Where'd you go? I miss you so, Seems like it's been forever, That you've been gone, Please come back home... I want you to know it's a little fucked up, That I'm stuck here waitin', no longer debatin', Tired of sittin' and hatin' and makin' these excuses, For why you're not around, and feeling so useless, It seems one thing has been true all along, You don't really know what you've got 'til it's gone, I guess I've had it with you and your career, When you come back I won't be here and you can sing it... Where'd you go? I miss you so, Seems like it's been forever, That you've been gone. Where'd you go? I miss you so, Seems like it's been forever, That you've been gone, Please come back home... Please come back home... Please come back home... Please come back home... Please come back home... Honeymoon on Ice by The Trees and The Wild i’ll be sitting and i’ll be waiting for you cause all this thoughts and all this hopes will go blue time awaits you now and breaks you now i’m on your side i’m on your side i’m on your side and memories is all we got so hold my hand and we’ll ease it out tonight tonight i can feel you in my sleep the fear of eve is in my grief the smile of light is flashing both my eyes i’ll be sitting and i’ll be waiting for you

  2. 5 out of 5

    miaaa

    My sweet lord Hm, my lord Hm, my lord I really want to see you Really want to be with you Really want to see you lord But it takes so long, my lord My sweet lord Hm, my lord Hm, my lord I really want to know you Really want to go with you Really want to show you lord That it won't take long, my lord My sweet lord Hm, my lord My sweet lord I really want to see you Really want to see you Really want to see you, lord Really want to see you, lord But it takes so long, my lord My sweet lord Hm, my lord My, my, my lor My sweet lord Hm, my lord Hm, my lord I really want to see you Really want to be with you Really want to see you lord But it takes so long, my lord My sweet lord Hm, my lord Hm, my lord I really want to know you Really want to go with you Really want to show you lord That it won't take long, my lord My sweet lord Hm, my lord My sweet lord I really want to see you Really want to see you Really want to see you, lord Really want to see you, lord But it takes so long, my lord My sweet lord Hm, my lord My, my, my lord I really want to know you Really want to go with you Really want to show you lord That it won't take long, my lord Hmm My sweet lord My, my, lord My Sweet Lord Composer: Harrison Vocals: George Harrison Year: 1970 Live Clip

  3. 5 out of 5

    Andi

    i wish i could ask for more...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Abrina

    you don't know what you got until it's gone.. you don't know what you got until it's gone..

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amalia

    It’s been a while since the last time I feel this kind of emptiness after reading Indonesian literature. Tragis, tapi realistis.

  6. 4 out of 5

    ninefeetbeneath

    The first word that came out of my mouth as I finished the book: GOD. This book is.. a lot. There is a lot of things to take in. Out of all Leila Chudori's books that I've read, this is the darkest, most emotionally exhausting and time consuming despite it being only 300 pages. I had to take several pauses while reading this book. And by pauses I mean it can take one or two days when I didn't touch this book at all eventhough it is always in my bag. Like I really had to ask myself, am I ready to The first word that came out of my mouth as I finished the book: GOD. This book is.. a lot. There is a lot of things to take in. Out of all Leila Chudori's books that I've read, this is the darkest, most emotionally exhausting and time consuming despite it being only 300 pages. I had to take several pauses while reading this book. And by pauses I mean it can take one or two days when I didn't touch this book at all eventhough it is always in my bag. Like I really had to ask myself, am I ready to continue? Am I in a condition where I can take whatever tragic thing that's happening in Nadira's life without affecting myself so much? Because really when I first read it I was in page 34 and crying at work and almost cannot function properly and I had a really hard time to finish my day because Nadira's grief really took a toll on me. The way Leila Chudori takes us into Nadira's journey--how her mother's death took everything in her, how this one specific event affects every aspect of her life--is extraordinary. Sad is an understatement. This book broke me. Everything that happens to Nadira broke me. It also doesn't help that the writing is so beautiful. The writing is beautiful, carefully and perfectly placed and yet it doesn't lose its soul. It's also filled with cultural references, just like every other of her book. While Laut Bercerita also has the similar tragic vibe to it, Nadira is a whole different of tragic. It's more personal, it's much in-depth and centered (in Nadira) therefore the pain that can be felt through this book is totally in a different level. I also love how Leila took the time to write one full chapter of Satimin, a character that from the outside, seems insignificant and yet it provides another view of how Tara and Nadira's relationship is seen. This book also makes me realize how fragile human are, how messy life is, how we can only control so little things if not at all, and the fact that sometimes no matter how hard we try to seek for answers, some things are still gonna be left unanswered.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Gie

    my reactions when reading this book: Nadira & Tara part: "I want to ask you, Mas... why do so many people seem to think I won't be happy when I marry Niko?" "Well, people tend to be jealous when others are happy, Dira. You shouldn't let it bother you..." "Nadira... I want you to be happy with Niko. That's all..." "Oh thank you, Mas..." ((threw the boook)) Novena (Nadira & Tara's work collegue at office) to Tara: "Mas..." "There's something I've been meaning to ask you... for a long time now..." "Yes?" 'Wh my reactions when reading this book: Nadira & Tara part: "I want to ask you, Mas... why do so many people seem to think I won't be happy when I marry Niko?" "Well, people tend to be jealous when others are happy, Dira. You shouldn't let it bother you..." "Nadira... I want you to be happy with Niko. That's all..." "Oh thank you, Mas..." ((threw the boook)) Novena (Nadira & Tara's work collegue at office) to Tara: "Mas..." "There's something I've been meaning to ask you... for a long time now..." "Yes?" 'Why do you never look at me?" ((nooo *hit the pillow*)) even Pak Satimin (the senior office boy at office) wondered of Nadira & Tara's relation. When it came to kang Arya (Nadira's brother) part: "Well, if it was straightforward, it wouldn't be our destiny." ((nodded my head)) Sucha ironyy

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sekaringtias

    highly promising at first. the enjoyment significantly fades away though as more pages turned. and i just dont like a story with no particular closure. i mean, yes, realistically, life doesn't always offer closure. but i dont think in a book/story, you build a castle for readers to step in and then just leave them be without any clues. yes, no clues. i'd really appreciate just a little consistency that links back to the beginning of the story. but there's none. also, there are too many conflicts highly promising at first. the enjoyment significantly fades away though as more pages turned. and i just dont like a story with no particular closure. i mean, yes, realistically, life doesn't always offer closure. but i dont think in a book/story, you build a castle for readers to step in and then just leave them be without any clues. yes, no clues. i'd really appreciate just a little consistency that links back to the beginning of the story. but there's none. also, there are too many conflicts. i see that this is in trying to build a really dark environment surrounding tha family, but too much has made it just a rough surface. i cant feel sorry for any of the characters. it just isnt there.

  9. 4 out of 5

    nabs

    A sad, sad, sad book about Nadira and her soul, and her characterization is so splendid that I want to know what's going on inside her head. Written so beautifully, I still can remember clearly how many times I think to myself - Nadira is a lot like me and could totally understand her world. Such a great masterpiece. Would love to read more about Nadira and her world. A sad, sad, sad book about Nadira and her soul, and her characterization is so splendid that I want to know what's going on inside her head. Written so beautifully, I still can remember clearly how many times I think to myself - Nadira is a lot like me and could totally understand her world. Such a great masterpiece. Would love to read more about Nadira and her world.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Farah

    I'm not really fond of that ending, unfortunately... I just feel like something is missing from this. Review lengkapku (di sini) I'm not really fond of that ending, unfortunately... I just feel like something is missing from this. Review lengkapku (di sini)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Andi Fauziah Yahya

    I definitely treasure this book!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Reziana Mauliena

    Such an unique novel. Love it!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Johan

    Great!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dian

    Sometimes you read a book and think you can do better. Sometimes you read a book and think. Well, just that: Think.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Joss Wibisono

    a recognizable family conflict

  16. 4 out of 5

    Fany Ayuningtyas

    One of emotional books. Leila really knows how to turn you melancholia. Highly recommended.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dyah R

    i think, this a good book

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alberta Adji

    I was grateful that I met this book coincidentally in an old bookstore, and fell in love with it afterwards. A truly gem in the world of Indonesian Literature.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Deni Aria

    Very impressive story!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Zahran

    yeah

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dani Fardian

    that one book you must have in shelf. The best indonesian book i have read

  22. 4 out of 5

    Erlandik

    ok

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nadira

    actual rating: 4.3/5.0 I finished this book in a freaking one sitting (!!! never happened to my life before i swear to God it only took me a solid 3hrs!!!) without ever putting it down (i did not even have any toilet breaks) because it was that good and gripping and astonishing. although i was not always in the same page with all of the decisions the characters made throughout the story (which reminded me that i was only a mere reader, one that sat in the lowest level of this tale/food-chain), i actual rating: 4.3/5.0 I finished this book in a freaking one sitting (!!! never happened to my life before i swear to God it only took me a solid 3hrs!!!) without ever putting it down (i did not even have any toilet breaks) because it was that good and gripping and astonishing. although i was not always in the same page with all of the decisions the characters made throughout the story (which reminded me that i was only a mere reader, one that sat in the lowest level of this tale/food-chain), i liked how the characters were flawed that it felt so natural (+), i can relate to their minds and the logic clicked. i understood why they made all these freaking horrible decisions and the writer made it possible for i, the reader, to walk on each of every character shoes... but one (i am convinced that Nadira's eldest sibling was an evil incarnate). one thing that unfortunate was that the story ended quite abruptly. until this second i'm still hoping that there will be another story about her. p.s. i must say that it was quite fascinating to read a book with my name as the main character. i guess it helped me to dwell deep into the story haha

  24. 4 out of 5

    Naura Nabila Haryanto

    Congratulation Ms. Leila, you win Best Author Award from me. I thought I would love this more than Laut Bercerita, because the ambience is darker and the resilient line is more clear than Laut Bercerita. But my kind of books is where you mix history, romance, self-help stuffs into a books, so Laut Bercerita is the winner. Nadira inspires me to be a more resilient person, in believing the existence of light at the end pf the tunnel, even if almost all of her life is full of darkness.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Fitria Wardani

    For the first time, it feels hard to understood with the story. But, when this book is going to tell about detail family’s member in Suwandi, especially when Bram and Kemala had returned to Indonesia, I fell for this book. ‘For Nadira’ had a lot of conflicts and left the riddles for the reader. What have been through between Nadira and Tara makes me take a deep breath and feels pity for the ending. I hope For Nadira has a sequel.

  26. 5 out of 5

    alex

    found this in a book fair.. suprisingly good.. it managed to sparked some emotional feeling in me, especially Tara's story. draws you in to each character and you feel like you can emphatize with each one of them. it also tells you some of the darkest days of indonesia, which feel special to me to know them because i haven't been born when the events happened. one downside of this book is there's no real ending to the story. am i missing something? found this in a book fair.. suprisingly good.. it managed to sparked some emotional feeling in me, especially Tara's story. draws you in to each character and you feel like you can emphatize with each one of them. it also tells you some of the darkest days of indonesia, which feel special to me to know them because i haven't been born when the events happened. one downside of this book is there's no real ending to the story. am i missing something?

  27. 5 out of 5

    Gustav

    Amazing story. I honestly jump into Nadira, the main character in this book who perfectly as human being : make wrong decision. But in every stage of life, Nadira character here also make me realize that making mistake is a part of growing up, part of being better human being and sure part of having a chance to taking risk..

  28. 5 out of 5

    Hardianti Elis Dwi

    Nothing fucks you harder than time. Truly hits, too close to home.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nadia Refaniadewi

    I love the plot and craving for more Leila Chudori's I love the plot and craving for more Leila Chudori's

  30. 4 out of 5

    Izzal Muzaky

    Care

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