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The book turned out to be an extension from my escape from reality and it awakened my love for litterature. The City of Dreaming Books, for example, is filled with witty literary critic, and has tons of famous authors featured, hidden behind anagrams. 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 death.

Das Labyrinth der Träumenden Bücher by Walter Moers

Especially if you really-really-really, are into books and the title makes it even better. Refresh and try again. Hildegunst von Mythenmetz ist erwachsen geworden, fast Jahre alt. This book is a fucking joke.

I’m a bit hestitant to talk about the book or its fantasy world, because I don’t want to spoil anything! Es ist das Wunderliche, Nie-dagewesene, das den Leser zum Lachen bringt, ihm das Gruseln lehrt und in Erstaunen versetzt.

I can only conclude by saying that I found it deliciously readable and a lot of fun. Ob das jetzt Moers’ Fehler oder der des Verlages ist, ist nicht an mir zu sagen.

Narrated by trepid adventurer Optimus Yarnspinner, he describes his perilous journey to find the identity of the author of a manuscript that is the most accomplished Zamonian writing ever put to paper. The sheer variety of bizarre creatures and experiences is startling, unless you’re already familiar with Moers’ work. What he find is a place even weirder than before with all manner of books and theaters featuring all manner of literature. After the Shadow King frees the Booklings’ library and gains entrance to Smyke’s personal library, they are ambushed by the Bookhunters, who are hypnotized into killing each other by the Booklings.


Had I known that I think I would have enjoyed The Labyrinth of Dreaming Books a lot more than I did, but I spent most of the book wondering when on earth the action would actually start.

However, it is just a half book and this complete part is just boring and uninteresting. Lists with This Book. Dawnie i don’t think that it matters in which order you read this book.

Books with rare perfumes. You can skim most of the contents 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. Life is just a journey to a place unknown.

Und er ergibt einen Sinn. It feels like a gig from a band that’s not too keen on playing – they do a well enough job because they’re good at what they do, but they lack spirit. Many such words can be found in Chapter And again, and again, and vuecher.

The City of Dreaming Books

Did I fail to mention that books are revered in Zamonia? To me a book as lovable, sradt and exciting as this is worth much more as art than a thousand Serious Art Novels written for critics and academics rather than a reading audience who loves a good story and sympathetic characters.

The City of Dreaming Books also contains fictional words, found in most of Traeu,enden work. 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. And is the Shadow King that inhabits the book catacombs friend or foe?


I vowed never to surprise him again! Auch hier steckt der Name des Vorbilds im Namen des Buchlings. Weil es ein zweites Teil geben sollte kann ich ja nur hoffen dass dies dem Fall ist, aber ich frage mich wieso dieses erstes Teil geschrieben worden ist.

Nearly everyone is an author or avid reader. Ist das Ding wirklich ein Zweiteiler? AND it was towards the end of the Tolkien group read, so I was a bit burnt out on reading in general by that point. I can only imagine what kind of imagination he has.

Below are a few listed in alphabetical order by the last name of the real-world author:. Is the Orm said to give inspiration to authors real? Between that, and the enormous goodwill Moers has earned through four excellent novels, I’ll certainly be picking up the next book when it comes out.

I was so prepared to love this book.

Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher

This is the wittiest book I have read in a long time. I often think of looking for a good Puppet theater to donate them to since we have not used them since the kids my little. In diesem Buch passiert nichts. I’ll tell you straight away what I wish I had known before starting this book: Published March 1st by Vintage first published