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I read the original German version when it was published I loved it very much Minotaurs, Ugglies, Dwarfs, Druids, Puppets, and all manner of weird and wonderful books It can only mean one thing More madcap adventures with Optimus Yarnspinner, who after a couple of centuries is recognized as the greatest writer in all of Zamonia He is treated better than the most famed rock stars with statues everywhere and streets named after him in every city To say this has stroked his ego is an understatement tee hee Yarnspinner has vowed never to return to Bookholm The City Of D Minotaurs, Ugglies, Dwarfs, Druids, Puppets, and all manner of weird and wonderful books It can only mean one thing More madcap adventures with Optimus Yarnspinner, who after a couple of centuries is recognized as the greatest writer in all of Zamonia He is treated better than the most famed rock stars with statues everywhere and streets named after him in every city To say this has stroked his ego is an understatement tee hee Yarnspinner has vowed never to return to Bookholm The City Of Dreaming books But when a forged document comes into his possession curiosity will lead him back What he find is a place even weirder than before with all manner of books and theaters featuring all manner of literature including his own The question of who sent Yarnspinner the document and why is almost an afterthought in what is another visionary adventure Charming engagements with weirdly zany situations make for a delightfully bookish read that is essential reading for fans of amazing worlds and humor @Download Book ⚜ Labyrinth of Dreaming Books ½ It has been than two hundred years since Bookholm was destroyed by a devastating fire, as told in Moers s The City of Dreaming Books Hildegunst von Mythenmetz, hailed as Zamonia s greatest writer, is on vacation in Lindworm Castle when a disturbing message reaches him, and he must return to Bookholm to investigate a mystery The magnificently rebuilt city has once again become a metropolis of storytelling and the book trade Mythenmetz encounters old friends and new denizens of the city and the shadowy Invisible Theater Astonishingly inventive, amusing, and engrossing, this is a captivating story from the wild imagination of Walter Moers The Visual Dictionary of Ships and Sailing as told in Moers s The City of Dreaming Books Hildegunst von Mythenmetz Fact and Artifact: Writing Nonfiction hailed as Zamonia s greatest writer The Suicide Exhibition (The Never War is on vacation in Lindworm Castle when a disturbing message reaches him The Suicide Exhibition and he must return to Bookholm to investigate a mystery The magnificently rebuilt city has once again become a metropolis of storytelling and the book trade Mythenmetz encounters old friends and new denizens of the city and the shadowy Invisible Theater Astonishingly inventive Language, Truth, and Logic amusing Uniform Dolls and engrossing Short Stories by William Faulkner this is a captivating story from the wild imagination of Walter Moers Curse you, Walter Moers x D prtf This book is a fucking joke I want my 26 back NOTHING happens in here Well First things first I m not entirely sure whether it s my fault or the book s, but I m not exactly impressed And not because it s only part 1 that I could have handled although to be fair, I don t understand why they didn t advertise it as such Anyway, the thing is that I had a hard time getting into the book, which could be due to my simply not being in the mood I didn t hate it, but I have to admit I find that as a book, it s almost completely unnecessary It feels like a gig Well First things first I m not entirely sure whether it s my fault or the book s, but I m not exactly impressed And not because it s only part 1 that I could have handled although to be fair, I don t understand why they didn t advertise it as such Anyway, the thing is that I had a hard time getting into the book, which could be due to my simply not being in the mood I didn t hate it, but I have to admit I find that as a book, it s almost completely unnecessary 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 And while it may all be on purpose and I may be missing the point of the whole thing, it still feels like one giant filler Although you have to admire the kind of writer who can spendthan 50 pages on a recap of the prequel I suppose you really can argue that whoever doesn t recognize the genius of Walter Moers is stupid, but I m not sure whether he isn t actually making fun of his readers here I don t know, just about everything about this book rubs me the wrong way I was so prepared to love this book I really, really was The City of Dreaming Books this title s predecessor was all kinds of brilliant and imaginative and just fabulous genius This one Not so much.I loved Optimus Yarnspinner in the first Bookholm book because he was fantastic in it I loved his characterisation and how quaint and naive he was Fast forward 200 years to this guy Not so much I mean, really He goes on and on and on and on and on about needless little details that aren t n I was so prepared to love this book I really, really was The City of Dreaming Books this title s predecessor was all kinds of brilliant and imaginative and just fabulous genius This one Not so much.I loved Optimus Yarnspinner in the first Bookholm book because he was fantastic in it I loved his characterisation and how quaint and naive he was Fast forward 200 years to this guy Not so much I mean, really He goes on and on and on and on and on about needless little details that aren t necessary for the reader I mean, at least a quarter of this book was Yarnspinner repeating the plot of his first book because he saw an adaptation of it in a puppet theatre Not to mention the needless and dragging description on the world of Puppetism I would have loved Puppetism descriptions if it wasn t so 1 totally unnecessary to that detailed I love detail as much as the next detailist but come on 2 completely boring I got really excited with how this book started I literally had to set it aside after the first five paragraphs because I remember how powerful Moers writing is and the first images you get are nothing short of fantastic Then you get to around five chapters and it starts getting winding and you leave yourself wondering on when he s going to get into the good stuff Spoiler He doesn t At least, not until the end.This title, this overly long title, was a giant prologue to the next book, honestly Everything that was on this book could have easily been squeezed and edited from 400 pages into a neat, concise, thrilling, fast paced yet detailed 100 pages I was disappointed, I regret to say, after having such high expectations for this due to how mind bogglingly brilliant the first book was Don t get me wrong, I m still sure as hell getting the next one, but this title seriously just made me want to throw it across my bedroom, yelling at Yarnspinner to GET ON WITH IT ALREADY.I like the twist with Smyke and the Biblionauts, I have to say Inanzia proves to pique my interest and oh my goodness, Kibitzer made me cry But that s about it It was okay but it could have been so, so, so much better Wow, I am really disappointed at least until the second part isn t released, yet.The whole book yeah it is only the first part just plays on the overground of the city with completely nothing happening at all NOTHING Additionally approximately one third of the book is just a recapitulation of the first book he joins a theater play about the story of the first book The second third is just a loose collection of facts about puppetism This is ridiculous and boring And at THE mom Wow, I am really disappointed at least until the second part isn t released, yet.The whole book yeah it is only the first part just plays on the overground of the city with completely nothing happening at all NOTHING Additionally approximately one third of the book is just a recapitulation of the first book he joins a theater play about the story of the first book The second third is just a loose collection of facts about puppetism This is ridiculous and boring And at THE moment he returns to the caves Oh yeah I am sorry I had not enough time to finish the whole book, so I decided to split it into two Alright, lets face the other facts I don t like the protagonist anyHe is just a pedant with no sympathy at all All the time he is complaining like old gra mas looking out the window or is having emotional attacks panic, sadness, ranting You just don t like him Though the narrator Andreas Fr hlich is a really talented one he also reads Eragon , he just does not fit with the characters All other books of Walter Moers were narrated by the German commedian Dirk Bach and he was doing an amazingly great job The Zamonian world is a world of cartoonistic creatures and Dirk Bach had a talent to make them sound alike But Andreas Fr hlich is just too serious It just does not fit into this universe and most of the characters sound like they are really nasty persons.Unless the first book, this time the audio edition is narrated including the footnotes I was missing this small detail at the audio version of the first book.I don t think this is a bad book However, it is just a half book and this complete part is just boring and uninteresting So I am waiting for the second part and hope the whole book can get better grades Ah, Moers Only Moers can manage to write a brick where nothing really happens, which is but a prelude to the story to come, where you still are glued to the pages and not feel bored for one single paragraph And then you finish the book, and only then do you realize how long it was and how little has actually happen And the reaction Are you mad Angry No You want the next volume, now Write on, Moers, and make it snappy, please I love books about books, but this book was almost solely about puppetism, and had next to no plot It drags out and refers to this itself , only to end on a cliffhanger just as the plot was getting underway And the next book in the series is nowhere in sight I longed to go back to Bookholm solely because it was a city all about books Alas it is noPuppetism is all the rave in new Bookholm, and it s the only thing main character Optimus Yarnspinner reads about I bet puppets coming al I love books about books, but this book was almost solely about puppetism, and had next to no plot It drags out and refers to this itself , only to end on a cliffhanger just as the plot was getting underway And the next book in the series is nowhere in sight I longed to go back to Bookholm solely because it was a city all about books Alas it is noPuppetism is all the rave in new Bookholm, and it s the only thing main character Optimus Yarnspinner reads about I bet puppets coming alive in some way or form will probably be used as a creepy plot device in the next book Maybe I was also annoyed with Optimus arrogance and stupidity It was usedsparingly in the first book andlike a form of hyperbole Moers speciality Now it just served to make the main character unlikeable.I love Moers unique type of weirdness, but in this book it doesn t work as well because it s mostly exposition There are long sections about different types of puppetism that has sprung up in Bookholm, and a very long and detailed description of a play narrating the plot of the previous book This was completely unnessesary because you should still read The City of Dreaming Books before this one Or stop there, as it is vastly superior This all seemes to be done on purpose, or atleast the author seems to be very aware of it The critique of the main character s books, that used to be quite good, are now very negative Is Moers telling us that he knows this book is bad, and trying to tell us in some sort of meta way that just like Optimus Yarnspinner, he used to be a good author, but success has made him lazy