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I could spend 80 pages when the protagonist decides to take a break and herd sheep for a while, and miraculously not be bored. The one thing I vividly remember stating in that review was that the mark of a great book is one that can make you laugh out loud and cry tears onto the pages.
Not that you’d want to as it’s not preachy or in your face message but more about letting the reader see between the lines, come up with their own questions and conclusions.
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The protagonist is at times hard to sympathize with, because he is a very obviously flawed character, making decisions that no hero would make because while he is guided by a wide array of very wise characters, he loses his way often, and view spoiler [even by the end, he hasn’t quite found himself, which could be a little frustrating. Listener is unlike any other fictional character I have seen because he is portrayed so realistically. D Schade, dass ich den Hans Bemmann nie kennenzulernen schaffe.
And the book maintains that storybook atmosphere for all pages. This book is one of my all-time favourites.
Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. His achievement is even more amazing when you consider that bemmajn only wrote 7 novels in his lifetime and he had only written one novel before this. Revealing that the book spans the entire lifetime of a character is, to me, a wonderful selling point.
Don’t be scared of its size! The cover got me thinking this book was hanns right pick. Apart from being a wonderful story it’s also an unusual book. Once upon a time a boy was born in Fraglund, and this is his strange story.
Mar 09, Ian Roberts rated it it was amazing.
The Stone and the Flute by Hans Bemmann
And I wouldn’t learn how to become that good in one year or 5 years bemman 10 years. Not only is it interesting and entertaining, but it will or should change your outlook on life.
To view it, click here. We easily see our own past and present and future in his life and it makes us all the more cognizant of how important our past and future decisions shall prove to become.
I just don’t read that fast to take time on something so simplistic. The main character is currently under a spell, and nothing seems to be going on. I have to admit I did not enjoy this book at all.
At varying points in the book, Listener is essentially the Pied Piper, and then later a version of Pan. Was reminiscing and wanted to write it down somewhere.
This person thinks that everytime they step into the shower!? The main character of The Stone and The Flute is a young boy named Listener and the novel begins with his birth and ends with his death. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. In ieder geval kan ik de Duitse versie sterk aanraden! Lauscher ist ein Mensch, der stets in die Irre geht und dennoch immer ans Ziel gelangt. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
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I have mixed feelings about this book. This page was last edited on 5 Septemberat View all 4 comments. I am a deeply flawed human being, who does things with good intentions, but without foresight, or does things for the clearly wrong reason, e.
Published August 2nd by Penguin Books first published Amazon Advertising Bemmabn, attract, and engage customers. To illustrate what I mean you just have to read the opening line, ‘Once upon-a-time Authors we will never hear about. It took me almost three months to get through the first two chapters, and normally, I am not a slow reader.
AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. All great stories take you through that range of feelings.
It’s not easy to find anymore. I have devoured it for the first time about 20 years ago, and since then I have re-read it every two or three years with great pleasure.
He falls in love and loses her to another man after he and his lady have a kid together. It wasn’t any kind of ending I could have ever predicted but it was the best part of the book, opening my eyes to the lesson the writer was trying to teach throughout the book Quotes from The Stone and the