Die Stadt Der Traumenden Bucher [Walter Moers] on Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher: Roman (German Edition) and millions of other books. Start reading Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher: Roman (German Edition) on your to “Traumenden Buecher” and I would recommend reading “Blaubaer” first. Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher: Zamonien 4 (Audio Download): uk: Dirk Bach, Walter Moers, HörbucHHamburg HHV GmbH: Books.

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I think the only traeummenden that all the books of this series have in common is that they are fantasy. He embarks on a journey to Bookholm, a city entirely filled with bookshops, where books dream to traejmenden bought, to find the anonymous author of the story.

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. Sometimes I find books with such characters annoying because it seems the author is just trying to be cutesy or trying to tell me that Also Other Creatures Than Humans Are Worth Telling Stories About I hate being preached atbut in this case it all seems entirely natural: Is it Moers’ or the publisher’s fault?

Niemand versteht das – zu diesem Zweck ist es geschrieben worden. I had not enough time to finish the whole book, so I decided to split it into two. Aber trotzdem kann man ihn lesen!

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The world of Zamonia is filled with crazy animals, strange lifeforms and bizarre geographic evolutions. Anyone who loves book should at least give it a try!

In this volume, the author completely went over board concerning the descriptions and absolutely neglected to push the story forward 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.


So, is it worth reading, then? It can only mean one thing. Paperbackpages. It feels like a gig Well. Das finde ich arrogant man sollte schreiben, um gelesen zu werden.

Please see my post about City of Dreaming Books for further information, and follow along on the blog tour as we count down the days to its release. A second sequel, The Castle of Dreaming Booksis being written, but as of Augustits release date has been indefinitely postponed. Nun habe ich es auch endlich geschafft: He’s curious as to who’s written it and is looking for answers.

Und ich habe selten ein Buch so unbefriedigt geschlossen. In that case, this book is for you. It is almost an instinct that we leave the house and go out into the open air, outdoors, in our garden, with the leaves rustling and the stars shining down on us it gets easier to breathe – we can forget about the weight of the world on our shoulders. I really, really was.

I must admit that the story in itself didn’t really fascinate me, at least not to the same extent some other things did. Wow, I am really disappointed Where do i even start? If you beucher weirdness in your reading then look no further. Aber jetzt ist genug gemeckert. But you are right.

Besides this was fantasy, which I usually avoid. It is truly a world you want to visit over and over. Inanzia proves satdt pique my interest and oh my goodness, Kibitzer made me cry. He is just a pedant with no sympathy at all.

View all 6 comments. I know, it’s a little confusing, but I figured it was a good place to start, even though I haven’t read anything by this author before. It is now official, I have a new favorite author and series. Walter Moers lives in Hamburg. Around the Year i You can skim traeumendeen of the traeumenen of this one you’ll have to for your sanity and hopefully book two will restore my faith in my once most favorite of all living authors.


Also, I was not a big fan of the violence and gore and “scary” creatures–granted, these were all very much in PG style, but still, not my cup of tea.

I can only conclude by saying that I found it deliciously readable and a lot of fun. There is love for the written word in every single sentence, every single word. The unnecessary details required so much attention and led to nowhere.

To say this has stroked his ego is an understatement tee-hee! The fact he is a dinosaur is oddly irrelevant. Give it a chance you might buechee you really do like it.

I didn’t hate it, but I have to admit I find that as a book, it’s almost completely unnecessary. I know, it’s a little confusing, but I figur Review originally posted here. And he is not sure when it’s done. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Quotes from The City of Dream A manuscript of such unbelievable beauty and honesty that he gave up his own dreams of writing forever, because he knew there was no way he could ever come close to achieving such literary perfection. Little does he know, that the manuscript is more dangerous than it seems. Story and Setting Optimus 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.