9 edition of The city of dreaming books found in the catalog.
Originally published: London : Harvill Secker, 2006.
|Statement||translated from the Zamonian and illustrated by Walter Moers whose German text was translated into English by John Brownjohn.|
|LC Classifications||PT2673.O293 S73 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||455 p. :|
|Number of Pages||455|
In The City of Dreaming Books, Walter Moers transports us to a magical world where reading is a remarkable adventure. Only those intrepid souls who are prepared to join Yarnspinner on his perilous journey should read this book. We wish the rest of you a long, safe, unutterably dull and boring life!5/5(3). Optimus Yarnspinner finds himself marooned in the subterranean world of Bookholm, the City of Dreaming Books, where reading can be dangerous, and ruthless Bookhunters fight to the death. pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # INF More information about this seller | .
Book: The Dreaming City Chronological — The creation of the Dreaming City and Eleusinia, as well as the stories of the Awoken in and around the Dreaming City. Sure, Larry McMurtry’s got his own book town in Texas, and then there’s Sedbergh and Hay-on-Wye over England way. But none of them can compare to the setting of Moers’s (Rumo and His Miraculous Adventures, , etc.) semifabulous tale of treasures with no patience for the syrupy, who eschew easy puns, who upchuck when Paolo Coelho’s name comes up, .
The City of Dreaming Books: A Novel from Zamonia by Optimus Yarnspinner. Translated from the Zamonian and illustrated by Walter Moers. Whose German Text was translated into English by John Brownjohn. Vintage Books, London, Book borrowed from the public library. Overall, this book is tremendously rewarding upon finish. For readers, writers, and those who are merely alive, Walter Moer's 'The City of Dreaming Books' shows what it's like to face a challenge, feel despair, but ultimately succeed--even if you're constantly pursued by /5(2).
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The City of Dreaming Books is a book that anyone who loves fantasy literature should run out and buy immediately. Don't get it at your local library because you'll want to have a copy of it on your shelf to lend to all of your friends or jealously re-read again and again, in which case you should buy two copies so that you can share this /5(92).
The City of Dreaming Books is the fourth book in Walter Moers' Zamonia series, but first in the Dreaming Books series. I know, it's a little confusing, but I Review originally posted here. I've been trying to write a review of this book since I finished it almost a month ago, but haven't been able to find the words/5.
In The City of Dreaming Books, Walter Moers transports us to a magical world where reading is a remarkable adventure. Only those intrepid souls who are prepared to join Yarnspinner on his perilous journey should read this book. We wish the rest of you a long, safe, unutterably dull and boring life!/5(59).
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The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Walter Moers. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.
The main characters of this fantasy, fiction story are Hildegunst von /5. ‘A City Dreaming’ is not really a novel so much as a collection of well written and interconnected vignettes, individual verses of the love song to the city. They are tales of the magician, M, and his exploits and especially his relationships with other magicians in New York City, particularly Manhattan and Brooklyn/5(84).
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The City of Dreaming Books by Walter Moers Goodreads Review Author: Walter Mores Genre: Fantasy Age: YA/Adult POV: 1 st told from the view of Optimus Yarnspinner Summary: After his godfather’s death, Optimus Yarnspinner much go to Bookholm to track down an author who wrote a strange Yarnspinner falls prey to the city’s evil genius who traps.
The City of Dreaming Books is my favorite book-period. It is so well written, beautiful, funny, and strangely sad that I actually wept at the end; I didn't just produce crocodile tears but full on whole-hearted giant gasping sobs.
The City of Dreaming Books Quotes Showing of 37 “Reading is an intelligent way of not having to think.” ― Walter Moers, The City of Dreaming Books. The City of Dreaming Books by Walter Moers,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K).
The City of Dreaming Books is a fantasy novel by German author Walter 's a tribute to books and reading, but also chock full with Lampshade Hanging and tropes of all kinds. The novel takes place on the fictional continent of Zamonia, which is populated mainly by anthropomorphic animals or other types of imaginary creatures.
The story follows Optimus. The City of Dreaming Books (original title: Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher) is the fourth novel in the Zamonia series written and illustrated by German author Walter Moers, but the third to be translated into English by John German version was released in Autumnand the English version followed in Autumn In this new Zamonian adventure.
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Optimus Yarnspinner inherits from his godfather an unpublished manuscript by an unknown writer and sets off to track down the mysterious author, who disappeared into Bookholm—the so-called City of Dreaming Books. Read online free book The City Of Dreaming Books.
The moment I opened this book (and yes I know I say this a lot) I knew. It is a fantastic tale for every book lover. Optimus Yarnspinner inherits from his godfather an unpublished manuscript by an unknown writer and sets off to track down the mysterious author, who disappeared into Bookholm—the so-called City of Dreaming Books.
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The brilliance of The City of Dreaming Books (and Moers's other novels) is that it is clearly a book written by a highly intelligent, learned, and thoughtful author, but it remains eminently accessible and entertaining throughout. It's a metafiction about books and reading, but refigured into a fantasy adventure novel.
It keeps the book from feeling excessively narrow Author: Caleb Dunaway. The City of Dreaming Books - The City of Dreaming Books audiobook, by Walter Moers Following The 13┬¢ Lives of Captain Bluebear and Rumo & His Miraculous Adventures comes a third hilarious and beloved Zamonia book, the most popular yet.
It is a fantastic tale for every book lover. Optimus Yarnspinner inherits from his godfather an unpublished manuscript 4/5. The search for the author’s identity takes Yarnspinner 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 ink.5/5(3).- The City of Dreaming Books (original title: Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher) is the fourth novel in the Zamonia series written and illustrated by German author Walter Moers, but the third to be translated into English by John Brownjohn.
The German version was released in Autumnand the English version followed in.Spooky October is better with a book. Particularly one with dinosaur leads, whimsy, wordplay, and monsters. Take a break from frightful ghouls and noxious cauldrons to follow Optimus Yarnspinner as he seeks the author of an anonymous work in .