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  1. says:

    One of my favorite books of all time; this one is definitely closest to my heart I've certainly read it than any other End

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    Read this to my daughter recently A very mixed bagFirst off I should say that although the book was written in 1979 it reads as though it were written in 1939 The translator has consistently reached for the most complicatedhigh falutin' word available and as a result the child's book ends up unreadableincomprehensible to many modern kids I'm not one for dumbing down but this goes the other way pointlesslyI s

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    Die Unendliche Geschichte The Never Ending Story Michael Ende The Neverending Story is a fantasy novel by German writer Michael Ende first published in 1979 An English translation by Ralph Manheim was first published in 1983 The novel was later adapted into several films The book centers on a boy Bastian Balthazar Bux a ov

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    Although I have read this book than twenty times I have until now never actually written a longer and involved r

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    Re Read 41020After yet another re read I've come to a simple conclusion I decided to write fiction because I loved this story so much I figured it out as a kid when I saw this movie for the first timeSo why is that? Because every work

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    долу и на български но по прибрано ;The first and still most luminous story that urged me to stop running away from my life into books and start weaving books back into my life If this sounds too

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    I loved most of what I read yet I’m stopping on page 352; I just can’t continue And you know I’m not entirely sure why I can’t continue – I just know that I can’t But I have a theoryHaving loved the movie version of this in my youth the whole story is etched into the part of my psyche that deals with childhood; that tim

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    I liked the movie better than the book I do love how all the chapters started with the alphabet Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾

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    The Nothing is devouring Fantastica bit by bit and The Childlike Empress tasks Atreyu with stopping it Meanwhile holed up in his school's attic Bastian Balthazar Bux reads a purlorned book and soon finds himself pulled into The Neverending StoryNot too long ago I bought my wife tickets to see the rerelease of The Dark Crystal in the theater and we got to talking about fantasy movies from the 1980s which lead to rewatching The N

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    I read this every year This time I'm doing an audio version I absolutely adore this novel and shared it with every class I taught I'll never forget the students who acted out the swamps of sadness in the middle of a walk through river mud sucking off our shoes That's really what the gift of this book is the br

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Die unendliche Geschichte

This epic work of the imagination has captured the hearts of millions of readers worldwide since it was first published than a decade ago Its special story within a story is an irresistible invitation for readers to become part of the book itself And now this modern classic and bibliophile's dream is available. One of my favorite books of all time this one is definitely closest to my heart I ve certainly read it than any other Ender s Game being a close second Which is interesting because it s almost nothing like any of my other favorites besides maybe Watership Down Maybe it s because it s the first main character I was able to truly identify with Or maybe because Bastian does what I had always dreamed of as a child since the day I started reading to enter inside a book to turn my imagination into reality And what is this book if not the most beautiful ode to imagination and story tellingThe first time I read this I was probably about 11 or 12 and it was after seeing The Neverending Story II in the theater Till that moment I had never known The Neverending Story was a book and just happened to notice this in the credits Thank god I did The fact that it led me to the book is probably the only redeeming factor of that film I read the book all in one day from morning till night with nothing but the same lunch Bastian packed for himself in the movie I may have cheated later on at night It s tough when you re not actually hiding in the attic of your school but lounging on your bed And I ve probably read it at least once a year since then Even as an adult am I really one of those now I still love being transported to this world and I think it s a testament to the power of this book that it can still take me there From Atreyu s uest to Bastian coming to fantastica to their travels and adventures and Bastian s eventual journey home I m with them the whole way A secret part of me still hopes that the Childlike Empress will appear before me and that I can join Bastian and Atreyu for real in fantastica Till then the book and my imagination will have to do For anyone who loves reading through and through and who still has that sense of childhood wonder inside of them please read this book

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In hardcover againThe story begins with a lonely boy named Bastian and the strange book that draws him into the beautiful but doomed world of Fantastica Only a human can save this enchanted place by giving its ruler the Childlike Empress a new name But the journey to her tower leads through lands of dragons gia. The first and still most luminous story that urged me to stop running away from my life into books and start weaving books back into my life If this sounds too abstract consider the Human Library a child of The Neverending Story a sister of MoonchildThis book made me polish my German enough to read it in the original And make notes of important mistakes in the Bulgarian translation It made me itch to create a MUSH where no two lands of Fantastica ever stay in the same place so good luck with making your way from point A to point B D and the Temple of a Thousand Doors prods you to ponder Who am I and you get to help Atreyu with completing at least a few of those stories started by Bastian and you meet others others like you like me like usIt made me look for my truest wish the one that doesn t go away and doesn t throw the past away unless it s truly time to let go and move onIt made me who I am along with A Reuiem for Homo Sapiens and The Last Unicorn than any other bookAnd for the academic types among you it epitomizes a host of ideas distilled in The Encyclopedia of Fantasy 16012016 The Encylcopedia of Fantasy

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Nts monsters and magic and once Bastian begins his uest he may never return As he is drawn deeper into Fantastica he must find the courage to face unspeakable foes and the mysteries of his own heart Readers too can travel to the wondrous unforgettable world of Fantastica if they will just turn the page front fl. I loved most of what I read yet I m stopping on page 352 I just can t continue And you know I m not entirely sure why I can t continue I just know that I can t But I have a theoryHaving loved the movie version of this in my youth the whole story is etched into the part of my psyche that deals with childhood that time when so much is new where much in the world is observed through an inner wonder of the mind and a stirring of the soul a magical state by adult standards Freud may have been a kook with some of his beliefs but psychologists today with all their studies and time tested proofs and technology measuring brainwaves chemicals etc now heavily emphasize the impact our childhood has on our adult self And self is everythingMuch of what I read captured me putting me in a state in which I was accessing stirred up feelings through a strange inner memory that I m incapable of generating even partly on my own without help as an adult The inability to directly replicate the magical feelings that used to be a normal part of our existence as children yet somehow being aware of them in some odd way now is in part I think why our childhood has the power to affect us so greatly Even though past thought processes can t be fully realized our greater psyche has a keen memory of them it knows exactly what once existed And sometimes we can reinvigorate hints of what we felt during parts of youth through songs pictures books and movies and if it s something that was specifically wonderful to us as children all the magical and powerful our hint of feeling now will be if triggered properlyI hadn t seen the movie in many years not since youth in fact So reading this swept me into that childlike place of consciousness where everything is awash in wonder Each piece of familiarity was somewhat cognizant yes I knew I had experienced these scenes before through the movie but the feelings they evoked were wonderfully vague and surreal awakening reminding some part of my inner self how the world seemed when newness and innocence ruled the day an encompassing sense of past magicThe movie version is completed at the book s halfway point so it shouldn t have been a surprise that that was when my captivation vanished The book is very well written and fantasy fans are sure to completely dig it it s a smart engaging book with important themes But its strong pull left me and I was unable to continue in the same state of enthrallment and wonderment Just like now as an adult I can never truly feel like a complete child again I can only hope to get dashes of that former self and can only do so in rare circumstancesBut when I am gifted such magic I will gladly take it and realize it for the priceless treasure that it surely is

  • Hardcover
  • 396
  • Die unendliche Geschichte
  • Michael Ende
  • English
  • 25 January 2017
  • 9780525457589

About the Author: Michael Ende

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