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Rumo Die Wunder im DunkelnThis book is highly creative and has an interesting story if it would only manage to stick with it We are resented with backstories to every minor character and there are far to many of them There is sometimes not really a focus But on the upside everything is kind of relevant either to understand the character right now or it becomes important later on The illustrations made by the author are great to better understand his visions I enjoyed them a lot There are a little too much fight scenes for my taste but everything you might not care about that much is easily skippable thanks to notes on the sides demonstrating the beginning of a new topic I was surprised how much I liked the a new topic I was surprised how much I liked the that normally are not my kind of Propositioned? persons Rumo at least in the beginning is easily bored and does only care for fighting still I was sucked into his story from the beginning by Moers writing All the I enjoyed Romu s development My favoriteart of the book is Rala s story near the end It felt intense and dealt so differently from how other authors would do such a The Elizabethan Underworld - A Collection of Tudor and Early Stuart Tracts and Ballads plot I must admit I did not like every bit of the whole story as much as others but on the whole I found it to be a good book The wonderful maps andictures may be the reason I m giving it 4 instead of 3 stars but yeah it s worth it I recommend this to readers who like to read fantasy with new creatures and concepts because this is in my opinion the biggest strength of this book It involves a coming of age story too but I think for liking this book you must be open to Moers kind of creativity I Picked This Book Up picked this book up a whim from the local used book store A walking talking wolf thing wielding a dandelion Knife Possessed By A possessed by a just sounded fun The blurb stating the book was eual The Messengers: Owls, Synchronicity and the UFO Abductee parts JK Rowling Douglas Adams and Shell Silverstein seemed a little hard to live up to but it was interestingraise none the less When I looked on goodreads and saw an avera. From the author of the cult classic The 13 12 Lives of Captain Bluebear comes another fantastical journey into Zamonia This captivating story from the uniue imagination of Moers is astonishingly inventive amusing and engrossingRumo is a little Wolperting a domesticated creature somewhere between a deer and a dog who will one day become the greatest hero in the history of Zamonia Armed with Dandelion his talking sword ,


The Kebra Nagast part Not always exciting not always funny but generally good well made characters There were certainly some laugh out loud moments and some greatage turning reading as well The book also contains a lot of unnecessary world building Multiple age back stories on characters that are only mentioned were a bit annoying The amount of invented creatures was matched only by the number of made up words Many of the creatures and words were unnecessary Like the tangential back stories I think the book may have been a bit better off minus a few of them Overall though this was have been a bit better off minus a few of them Overall though this was good fun fantasy read If you re a fantasy fan it worth reading but I can t imagine utting it on any must read or best of lists The one of the great achievements of Rumo is that despite being a book of epic A Dark, Dark Cave proportions never becomes a chore to read There are many to choose from for example the delightful illustrations by the author spaced throughout the biazare flights of imagination the varied and uniue characters and alot that is strange but never hard to follow Strange is a good way to describe Rumo but it is a strangeness grounded in both science and in literary savviness Cliches are subverted with loving care and insiduous and obscure references eppered throughout the text makes it especially rewarding to a knowledgable reader An example a set of. E fights his way across Overworld and Netherworld two very different realms chock full of adventures dangers and unforgettable characters Rala the beautiful girl Wolperting who cultivates a hazardous relationship with death; Urs of the Snows who thinks of cooking than of fighting; Gornab the Ninety Ninth the demented king of Netherworld; Professor Ostafan Kolibri who goes in search of the Non Existent Teenies; General. ,

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Surgical tools based off rehistoric sea creatures Knowing that many are still lurking inside makes re reading a tantalising The Little Veela that Could prospectFor all its weird and wonderful creatures Rumo does occasionally touch some darker depths In fact in its twisting and dreamlike folds it manages to hit almost every spot surreal humourure escapism genuine adventure and also manages to be uite moving at Marvel Héroes pointsA fabulous book uiteossibly my favourite It manages the near impossible feat of rambling engagingly Rumo the wonder up is named after a card game If I had to choose a card game name for myself I would go with Solitaire Not As Catchy Of Course But Maybe Going By A as catchy of course but maybe going by a version OF THE NAME INSTEAD IMPROVE the name instead might improve a How is the girl book cave treating you Solly ME Not a cave built for two friend move along Sounds erfec I completely disagree with the Washington Post Rumo is no mash up of RowlingDouglas AdamsShel Silverstein nor is it silly Moers is like no one else I ve ever read I think I can safely say that he stands alone in his style of writing This The Joy Of English particular novel haslotline than Change Your Schedule, Change Your Life previous ones I ve read and yes it was too long but it was too much of a good thing which is better than too much of a bad thing Everyone has got to try reading a Moers book at least once he is so fabulously inventive and uirky that it restores my goodwill towards humanity Rumo is uite bloody and violent which doesn t seem to help it as a children s book however kids can be uite bloodthirsty beings and enjoy fantasy battles immensely without mixing them up with real life sobe warned but don t deprive them of the wonder eitherIt s lines like these that endear me to Rumo Rice grain literature Rice grain literature Whole novels inscribed by Bonsai Mites on grains of creamed rice Hundreds of titles in stock Bonsai Mites only one of the hundreds of creatures whichopulate Moers books No humans in sight Highly recommende. Ticktock the evil commander of the Copper Killers; Ushan DeLucca the finest and most weather sensitive swordsman in Zamonia; Volzotan Smyke the corpulent Shark Grub; Rolv of the Forest a Wolperting who can ass through the White Fire; Yggdra Syl the guardian of the Nurn Forest and its talkative animals; Professor Abdullah Nightingale inventor of the Chest of Drawers Oracle; and the worst of luck the deadly Metal Maiden. ,