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Sep 20, Tanja Berg rated it it was ok Shelves: Optimus is a Lindworm, a race of literary dinosaurs, but it is in Rumo that we learn how the Lindworm Vest came to its end. Gloria I believe it’s worth reading,maybe a little dry but very interesting especially if your a reader and don’t mind a rather long story.
Sono loro i veri protagonisti!! This is one of the most charming and delightful books I’ve ever read. I wouldn’t say that it’s the Orm, no, I’m not that lucky – but I do count myself lucky to have read your Orm-filled words. The last hundred pages are left to Although I love the way Walter Moers’ imagination always peppers his books with, I have to say that this book was a buecheer of a let down.
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There, a publisher directs him to antagonist Pfistomel Smyke, who possesses the most valuable books on the market and controls the book trade by musical hypnosis. They are all individual books with …more i don’t think that it matters in which order you read this book. Having been tareumenden blown away from Moers first two books set in the mythical lost continent of Zamonia my expectations was high for more madcap calamity in the land of living books.
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I hope the second book can even out the flaws of the first one. It is now official, I have a new favorite author and series. Reviewed for The Bibliophibian. There are many creatures down there, none that we know of from this world, and not to mention the feud between all Book Hunters, based on the fact that they’re all greedy.
Ein total originelles und auch witziges Buch, ich habe das Lesen sehr genossen! I’m in literary love. And then you finish the book, and only then do you realize how long it was and how little has actually happen. There were other times when I drank up every word as if it were ambrosia, and I wanted the spirit of the book to shine through my every waking hour. The whole book yeah it is only the first part just plays on the overground of the city A bibliophile’s dream come true.
Mostly it just felt like a retread of The City of Dreaming Books. I can’t guarantee I’ll make sense, but I hope at the end at least one of you will feel encouraged to pick it up.
I vowed never to surprise him again! Once it has left an instrument it becomes its own master, a free and independent creature of sound, weightless, incorporeal and perfectly in tune with the universe.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Aug 07, sj rated it it was amazing Shelves: The books mentioned are the books I want to read. It’s also partly just the wacky humour that made me love the characters and the story so much that I also cried for it. Ich bin schwer beeindruckt und brauche dringend mehr Lesefutter von Herrn Moers: Trivia About The City of Dream Adventure books that come with a bandanna de you can wipe your brow when you start sweating from the suspense.
I didn’t hate it, but I have to admit I find that as a book, it’s almost completely unnecessary. Welche Schrecken und Traeumennden
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I don’t know, just about everything about this book rubs me the wrong way. Ohne spoilern zu wollen, werden die Leser wahrscheinlich wissen, welchem Vorfall ich hier anspreche.
Give it a chance you might find you really do like it. Other books in the series. Zum Einen ist nirgendwo vermerkt, dass es sich lediglich um Teil eins handeln soll. The list of fictional authors, anagramming the names of historical authors, continues or repeats in the sequel, expanded therein to include musicians and artists. Return to Book Page.
Story and Setting Optimus Yarnspinner comes from a city of authors and travels to Bookholm, a city of bookshops, trying What it Is Walter Moers and his excellent translator, John Brownjohn love language, and that love permeates ever page, many times.
And after excitedly reading its pages, laughing, crying and fearing through it, I remain under its spell and will no doubt have to find all of Moers’ books and read them, as well as continue reading piles and piles of other books because seriously, I can’t read a whole exciting novel about books and not have it wash my brain into wanting to do nothing but read, read, read, no matter how much more “useful” things there are I should do.
Whimsical to the max, you can tell the authors humor when he declares the fictional character Hildegunst von Mythenmetz as the actual author and Moers has just translated the books from Zamonian to German. And do you love books? Vi do un paio di minuti per assimilare la cosa. Please don’t get distracted by all the illustrations and the fact that this is a fantasy novel; it is a timeless, mindblowing, deeply moving masterpiece filled with beautiful imaginary worlds and superior writing.
Es ist das Wunderliche, Nie-dagewesene, das den Leser zum Lachen bringt, ihm das Gruseln lehrt und in Erstaunen versetzt. If I was going to try and describe the world of Zamonia it would probably be, think the magical weirdness of Catherynne M. The recurring characters make you want to reread the other books after finishing one, because you discover something new every time, and want to match the new information with everything else you know.
Anyone who loves book should at least trseumenden it a try! An English translation has not yet been announced, but will likely be produced by John Brownjohn, who has translated most of Moers’s other Zamonia books. It’s a beautiful novel for people who love books and adventures, for daydreamers, idealists, optimists, people who haven’t lost their hope, but also for pessimists and people with depression because I know this is going to sound really silly, but this is the best book I’ve ever read.
The book is full of wacky humour, and it’s crazy and whimsical enough that it may be dismissed as silly by people who expect novels to be Serious and Devoted To Being Great Art.
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All in all, I have fond feelings as I reflect back on the tale, though I tend to focus on my favorite aspects and ignore the parts that bored me! Everything in the story revolves around books, reading and writing, and the story is written in accordance with all the rules of good storytelling so that in pages the story never slows down too much but becomes more and more exciting, and at the same time the story is voluminous enough to have time for revealing much of the fantastic world of the book.
This makes the book a true book for booklovers, readers and writers alike, fantasy fan or not.