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    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 wi

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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 sa

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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 overweight and strange child who is neglected by his father after the death of Bastian's mo

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    Although I have read this book than twenty times I have until now never actually written a longer and involved review for Michael Ende

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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 of fiction is a collaboration between the writer and the reader In this case it's between a reader and the written word and the actual reader of both and the uber reader all of whom include each one of us cr

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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

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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 time when so much is new; where much in the world is observed through an inner wond

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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 in

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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 breath of imagination This will be a perfect purchase for my nieces2017 Reading Challenge story within a storyAudio reread #862018 a

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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 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 saw the film around the time it came out years ago The book seems to reach the end of the film by about half way through That first half is cleverly done with a good idea about binding the reader and the adventure together in a meta way that works out really well The pacing is ok the imagination great chaotic but goodFor me Ende should have stopped there and wrapped it upThe second half of the book feels never ending It s a slow overdone meander through a fairly arbitrary world and the 8 year old I was reading it to we finished the book on her 9th birthday was like me less than gripped We soldiered on and on and onEventually the massively drawn out moral lesson reconstruction of our hero s personality completes and the final scenes of reunion are uite touching and upliftingSo the first half was a 4 for me the second half a 2 Join my 3 emails a year newsletter prizes Jewish Life 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 Sex Toys 101 modern classic and bibliophile's dream is available Read this to The Joy in Business my daughter recently A very Stuffed 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 Cotas Claim most complicatedhigh falutin word available and as a result the child s book ends up unreadableincomprehensible to The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, many Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) modern kids I Fakers, Forgers Phoneys m not one for dumbing down but this goes the other way pointlesslyI saw the film around the time it came out years ago The book seems to reach the end of the film by about half way through That first half is cleverly done with a good idea about binding the reader and the adventure together in a Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia meta way that works out really well The pacing is ok the imagination great chaotic but goodFor Dreams Come to Life (Bendy and the Ink Machine, Book 1) me Ende should have stopped there and wrapped it upThe second half of the book feels never ending It s a slow overdone Doing Without Concepts meander through a fairly arbitrary world and the 8 year old I was reading it to we finished the book on her 9th birthday was like Radio Free Europe and the Pursuit of Democracy me less than gripped We soldiered on and on and onEventually the But I Survived massively drawn out A Passion for More moral lesson reconstruction of our hero s personality completes and the final scenes of reunion are uite touching and upliftingSo the first half was a 4 for Kodak and the Lens of Nostalgia me the second half a 2 Join Spojrzenie na sztukę my 3 emails a year newsletter prizes

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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 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 of fiction is a collaboration between the writer and the reader In this case it s between a reader and the written word and the actual reader of both and the uber reader all of whom include each one of us create this world anewWe are the Neverending StorySo what does this mean when it comes to the second half of the tale where wishes remove memories Is it a magic conseuence rule Or is it just another metaphor for growing old forgetting about our youth and creativityI tend to think it is the hard rule of death Generations pass and stories pass out of memory Sometimes they don t but most of the time they doAnd this is why it s all the important to keep the dream alive Keep the STORIES aliveOriginal ReviewLike many people of my generation I loved the film adaptation the first not the second thank you and never realized that it had come from a book until a number of years later In fact I read it the first time in 07 and not only was I delighted at how imaginative it was but I was also flabbergasted joyfully so that it lived up to its nameIt s uick reading by any standard but so deliciously dense in imagery mythology and an engrossing plot that I swore that if I had any children this would be a staple of their dietNow that I have a little girl I m just too anxious to start reading it to her I really can t sit still I keep picking up the book and going Is she old enough yet Is she Is she Then I set down the book and tear out my metaphorical hair and let out a forlorn cry Then I get a fantastic ideaI could just read it again for myselfThen everything is right with the world again and I m able to write a new review This is easily one of my favorite tales everAn extra goodie April had a great review that forced me to think and respond in I hope a comprehensible way Check it out April s Review Stuffed much I figured it out as a kid when I saw this Cotas Claim movie for the first timeSo why is that Because every work of fiction is a collaboration between the writer and the reader In this case it s between a reader and the written word and the actual reader of both and the uber reader all of whom include each one of us create this world anewWe are the Neverending StorySo what does this The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, mean when it comes to the second half of the tale where wishes remove Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) memories Is it a Fakers, Forgers Phoneys magic conseuence rule Or is it just another Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia metaphor for growing old forgetting about our youth and creativityI tend to think it is the hard rule of death Generations pass and stories pass out of Dreams Come to Life (Bendy and the Ink Machine, Book 1) memory Sometimes they don t but Doing Without Concepts most of the time they doAnd this is why it s all the important to keep the dream alive Keep the STORIES aliveOriginal ReviewLike Radio Free Europe and the Pursuit of Democracy many people of But I Survived my generation I loved the film adaptation the first not the second thank you and never realized that it had come from a book until a number of years later In fact I read it the first time in 07 and not only was I delighted at how imaginative it was but I was also flabbergasted joyfully so that it lived up to its nameIt s uick reading by any standard but so deliciously dense in imagery A Passion for More mythology and an engrossing plot that I swore that if I had any children this would be a staple of their dietNow that I have a little girl I Kodak and the Lens of Nostalgia m just too anxious to start reading it to her I really can t sit still I keep picking up the book and going Is she old enough yet Is she Is she Then I set down the book and tear out Spojrzenie na sztukę my Nue metaphorical hair and let out a forlorn cry Then I get a fantastic ideaI could just read it again for The Clan (Play to Live myselfThen everything is right with the world again and I A Fools Paradise m able to write a new review This is easily one of Lardżelka my favorite tales everAn extra goodie April had a great review that forced Beauty Ravished me to think and respond in I hope a comprehensible way Check it out April s Review

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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 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 Neverending Story Days after that I found this book in the used bookstore I always go to and decided to give it a readIf you ve ever seen the movie the first 45% of the book is 99% of the movie with the standard book to movie tweaks expunged parts etc Fantastica was changed to Fantasia for the movie Some of the creatures look different Atreyu is green Falkor looks like a lion than a dog and so on Entire scenes are omitted and dialogue is shuffled around to other characters to make up the difference I kept telling my wife Most of the movie has happened What the hell is going to be in the second halfWell the ending of the movie provides the hint Once Bastian saves Fantastica it s his responsibility to help rebuild it Shit starts sliding downhill immediately after Without going into it too much absolute power corrupts absolutely and Bastian does what a lot of insecure people would do with godlike powers abuses the shit out of it and becomes a raging dickhead We all should have seen it coming He stole a book in the first chapter A book He goes from being a relateable bookworm to an A 1 shitheel After a bloody battle at the Ivory Tower I wondered if Bastian could ever be redeemedSure enough he could The last 80 pages were about Bastian seeing the error of his ways and using what little wishes he had left to leave Fantastica and generally grow the fuck up The reunion with his father was pretty sweet and his conversation with Coreander puts a bow on everythingNow that I ve had time to digest thing the book seems to partly be about coping with loss Bastian and his father coping with his mother s death and later Bastian coping with losing everything the Childlike Empress gave him It s also about taking responsibility for your actions and not being a chickenshit all the time Bastian Balthazar Bux at the end of the book is almost totally different from the one at the beginningI wound up enjoying the book uite a bit but like Falkor s depiction the movie and the book are totally different animals The movie captured the adventurous bits without all the morals in the second half Michael Ende definitely crafted something special here I wonder how much was lost in translation though I had my doubts about the second half but it was all worth it in the end if a little sappy Four out of five stars