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[ Pdf Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher ë rus PDF ] by Walter Moers ☆ I know this is going to sound really silly, but this is the best book I ve ever read 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 andsuperiorwriting 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 promise that this book will light up your world and thoughts for a while You shouldn t underestimate the power of Walter Moers words, he ll change your life He has a beautiful, intelligent writing style and the story i dunno this book isnt as cute clever as it thinks it is maybe if i were one of the adults who read harry potter, i would have a better understanding of it, but as it happens, i am not i expected something book dorky, but it was just like reading a childrens adventure story meh.
What it IsWalter Moers and his excellent translator, John Brownjohn love language, and that love permeates ever page, many times Consequently, the book is a comic hymn to the power, beauty and fun of words, along with a cautious love of books which can provoke, or even be, evil The books of the title are dreaming of being read, because that s what brings them to life.
Story and SettingOptimus Yarnspinner comes from a city of authors and travels to Bookholm, a city of bookshops, trying to trace the author of the most perfectly written piece of writing he has ever encountered The fact he is a dinosaur is oddly irrelevant Bookholm turns out to be a dangerous place, especially once he enters the enormous laryrinthian catacombs under the city The sheer variety of bizarre creatures and experiences is startling, unless you re already familiar with Moers work Weird Words and IdeasA ra what an amazing novel ridiculous, irreverant, hilarious, philisophical, snuggly, informative, and many other ives that are positive i don t want to spoil it, as if anyone could, for folks, so i ll just say this a three foot tall dinosaur travels to said city in possession of a manuscript, and in search of its author, and manages to re write the history of Zamonian literature and foil a nefarious scheme.
GO FORTH AND read THIS WONDERFUL NOVEL I reached the end of this tale with such mixed feelings There were times when I felt that the book would never end and I was so very bored 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 Overall, the outstanding moments of imagination and muse far outweighed the plodding aspects of yet another odd and dangerous creature encounter or one night or was it day one can never really tell in the book catacombs.
I m afraid a large part of my boredom with segments of the book stems from the fact I could never feel quite chummy with our narrator protagonist The ambivalence I felt toward him certainly lessened my interest in his various adventures and trials Also, I was not a big fan of the violence and gore and scary creatures granted, ,book lover , , , And that s showbiz kid ,, , The Author Of Lives Of Captain Bluebear Transports Us To A Magical World Optimus Yarnspinner Finds Himself Marooned In The Subterranean World Of Bookholm, The City Of Dreaming books, Where Reading Can Be Dangerous, Where Ruthless Bookhunters Fight To The DeathOptimus Yarnspinner, A Young Writer, Inherits From His Beloved Godfather An Unpublished Short Story By An Unknown Author His Search For The Author S Identity Takes Him To Bookholm The So Called City Of Dreaming books On Entering Its Streets, Our Hero Feels As If He Has Opened The Door Of A Gigantic Second Hand bookshop His Nostrils Are Assailed By Clouds Of Book Dust, The Stimulating Scent Of Ancient Leather, And The Tang Of Printer S InkSoon, Though, Yarnspinner Falls Into The Clutches Of The City S Evil Genius, Pfistomel Smyke, Who Treacherously Maroons Him In The Labyrinthine Catacombs Underneath The City, Where Reading books Can Be Genuinely Dangerous The City of Dreaming books by German author Walter Moers is one of my all time favorite books Since the original is written in German, and my German knowledge is minimal, I read the Dutch translation I tried to look up all the names from the English translation, so everything should be clear, but translations in different languages can always be confusing.
The StoryThe City of Dreaming books tells the tale of Optimus Yarnspinner, an aspiring writer, who inherits his godfather s possessions and finds a manuscript that turns out to be the perfect story He embarks on a journey to Bookholm, a city entirely filled with bookshops, where books dream to be bought, to find the anonymous author of the story When he arrives, the city rises above all his expectations.
The shops, the writers it s all a dream come true, but soon This is one of the most charming and delightful books I ve ever read Highly recommend to anyone who loves books, as they re really the heart of this story both in terms of reading and writing them I found myself smiling while reading most of this because it s just such a joy.
This will definitely be one I need to reread as it s full of quotes I wish I d taken the time to write down the first time but was too focused on continuing reading to do so.
Ein total originelles und auch witziges Buch, ich habe das Lesen sehr genossen

Walter Moers

[ Pdf Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher ë rus PDF ] by Walter Moers ☆ sustanon.pro Walter Moers was born in 1957 and is a writer, cartoonist, painter and sculptor He has refused to be photographed ever since his comic strips The Little Asshole and Adolf were published, the latter leading him to be declared persona non grata by the political right in Germany Walter Moers lives in Hamburg.