Das Kartengeheimnis

Das Kartengeheimnis Nach Dem Berw Ltigenden Erfolg Von Sophies Welt Gibt Es F R Alle Fans Des Neugierigen M Dchens Eine Gute Nachricht Sophie Hat Einen Bruder Im Geiste Bekommen Der Junge Hat Den Etwas Langweiligen Namen Hans Thomas Und Ist Die Gar Nicht Langweilige Hauptperson Im Neuen Roman Von Jostein Gaarder Das Kartengeheimnis Das Buch Erz Hlt Die Geschichte Dreier Reisen Die Erste Reise Ist Eine Urlaubsreise Sie F Hrt Hans Thomas Zusammen Mit Seinem Vater Nach Griechenland, Um Die Mutter Zu Suchen, Die Vor Jahren Aufbrach, Sich Selbst Zu Finden Unterwegs Machen Vater Und Sohn Rast In Einem Verschlafenen, Winzigen Schweizer Bergdorf Dort Findet Hans Thomas Auf Mysteri Se Weise Ein Geheimnisvolles Buch, Das F R Ihn Eine Zweite, Abenteuerliche Lesereise Bereith Lt Eine Dritte, Nicht Minder Spannende Reise Unternimmt Hans Thomas In Das Gro E Reich Der Philosphie Hier Hat Er Im Vater Einen Fachkundigen Reiseleiter W Hrend Vieler Zigarettenpausen Auf Dem Weg Nach Griechenland Besch Ftigen Vater Und Sohn Die Gro En Fragen Wer Sind Wir Woher Kommen Wir Gibt Es GottDas Kartengeheimnis Ist Eine Wunderbar Kunstvoll Ineinandergebaute Geschichte Mit Strenger Komposition Allerdings Mu Sich Der Leser Vorbehaltlos Vom Autor An Der Hand Nehmen Lassen, Beispielsweise Die Existenz Von Zwergen Akzeptieren, Oder Sich Auch Durch Mini B Cher, Die In Br Tchen Versteckt Sind, Nicht Aus Der Fassung Bringen Lassen Zun Chst Ergeben Die Losen Handlungsf Den Der Geschichte Scheinbar Keine Ordnung, Um So Berraschender Ist Das Ergebnis, Wenn Alles Zueinanderpa T, Sich Ein Faden In Den Anderen Schlingt Jostein Gaarder Spielt Mit Der Neugierde Seiner Leser Und Ihrer Offenheit, Sich Auf Philosophische Fragestellungen Einzulassen Versucht Sich Der Autor Doch An Nichts Geringerem Als Dem Gottesbeweis W Hrend Sophies Welt Auch Als Ein Unterhaltsames Lehrbuch Der Philosophie Zu Lesen War, Ist Das Kartengeheimnis Ein Phantasievoller Roman Mit Philosphischen Fragestellungen Auf Drei Verschiedenen Ebenen Werden Ganz Unterschiedliche Reisewege Beschritten, Doch Der Interessanteste Weg Ist Zweifellos Die Vierte Reise Dies Ist Allerdings Ein Ganz Individueller Ausflug, Den Jeder Leser W Hrend Der Lekt Re F R Sich Allein Unternimmt Die Vollendete Abrundung Des Buches Gelingt Dem Illustrator Quint Buchholz, Der Sich In Seinen Bildern Vieler Liebevoller Details Des Textes Annimmt Da Gibt Es Tats Chlich Sechsbeinige Tiere Zu Bestaunen Oder Das Spiegelbild Eines Jokers Zu Entdecken Das Kartengeheimnis Von Jostein Gaarder Wird Durch Quint Buchholz Zum Lesegenu Mit AugenschmausManuela Haselberger I don t belong anywhere I am neither a heart, a diamond, a club, nor a spade I am neither a King, a Jack, an Eight, nor an Ace As I am here I am merely the Joker, and who that is I have had to find out for myself.Every time I toss my head, the jingling bells remind me that I have no family I have no number and no trade either I have gone around observi
Kabalmysteriet The Solitaire Mystery, Jostein GaarderThe Solitaire Mystery Norwegian Kabalmysteriet is a 1990 fantasy novel by Jostein Gaarder, the Norwegian author of the best selling Sophie s World Its main target audience is young adults, but the themes of the book transcend any age group The Solitaire Mystery, as with Sophie s World, has a philosophical content but, unlike Sophie s World, it does not explicitly mention philosophers and theories thus readers of the book may be unaware Kabalmysteriet The Solitaire Mystery, Jostein GaarderThe Solitaire Mystery Norwegian Kabalmysteriet is a 1990 fantasy novel by Jostein Gaarder, the Norwegian author of the best selling Sophie s World Its main target audience is young adults, but the themes of the book transcend any age group The Solitaire Mystery, as with Sophie s World, has a philosophical content but,
The Solitaire Mystery is a very unusual fantasy novel by the Norwegian author Jostein Gaarder, the first novel he wrote after his bestsellingSophie s WorldIt was published in 1990 asKabalmysteriet , and won the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature In common withSophie s World , it has a lot of philosophical content, although The Solitaire Mystery does not specify particular philosophers, or explicitly refer to philosophical theories It can be read as a YA novel, but the themes trans The Solitaire Mystery is a very unusual fantasy novel by the Norwegian author Jostein Gaarder, the first novel he wrote after his bestsellingSophie s WorldIt was published in 1990 asKabalmysteriet , and won the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature In common withSophie s World , it has a lot of philosophical content, although The Solitaire Mystery does not specify particular philosophers, or explicitly refer to philosophical theories It can be read as a YA novel, but the themes transcend this, and apply to all ages The book has an interesting structure, with each chapter represented by a different card in a pack From the start the reader is aware of an intriguing premise, and a subtext The superficial story, which weaves together all the other themes, is narrated by a 12 year old boy, Hans Thomas, who lives in Arendal, in Norway.In the story, Hans Thomas and his father set out on a car trip to find Hans Thomas s mother, who had lef
I suggested a translation theme to my small group of GR friends for this weekend which later turned into mystery translation , and this was the book that came to my mind It was short to read over the weekend, a translation, and has been out under mystery category by GR members To be honest, I thought it to be a murder mystery with a 12 year old protagonist But once I started reading I found that I was very wrong Once I finished reading this book, I told myself not every mystery is about m I suggested a translation theme to my small group of GR friends for this weekend which later turned into mystery translation , and this was the book that came to my mind It was short to read over the weekend, a translation, and has been out under mystery category by GR members To be honest, I thought it to be a murder mystery with a 12 year old protagonist But once I starte
This is my all time favorite book, and Gaarder is one of my all time favorite authors His sopho effort is the strongest, I feel, for many reasons complex enough to keep you interested, interesting and whimsical enough to keep i
You can really read this book at any age and appreciate it on different levels every time On one level this is a mystical tale about a Norwegian boy and his father driving across Europe to find the boy s mother who left his father several years months time isn t exactly linear in this novel.Along the way, the boy is given a tiny little book hidden in a sticky bun and then a magnifying glass with which to read the book In the book unfolds a fantastical tale about life of an island.Muche You can really read this book at any age and appreciate it on different levels every time On one level this is a mystical tale about a Norwegian boy and his father driving across Eu
This novel, which was published in Norway before Sophie s World , is another offbeat, delightful ontology masquerading as an ingeniously constructed fairy tale It tells the story of the 12 year old Hans Thomas, who is driving with his father from Norway to Greece in a quest to retrieve his errant mother.I was captivated by the twin storyline of Hans Thomas who left Norway with his philosophical father in search of his mother who had went out into the world to find herself and that of Baker This novel, which was published in Norway before Sophie s World , is another offbeat, delightful ontology masquerading as an ingeniously constructed fairy tale It tells the story of the 12 year old Hans Thomas, who is driving with his father from Norway to Greece in a quest to retrieve his errant mother.I was captivated by the twin storyline of Hans Thomas who left Norway with his philosophical father in search of his mother who had went out into the world to find herself and that of Baker Hans, Albert Klages whose mother died when he was a child, Ludwig the German soldier and Frode who found himself stranded on an island with nothing but a pack of cards for company This is a story within a story in which fantasy and reality, the past and present, are brilliant
I m really toying the line between 3 and 4 stars so I ve settled with 3.5 It s a hard one, as the concept with this book was so clever and different and it s not like me to say but I almost think it was too different Hans Thomas and his father travel across Europe in search of his mother, who they believe is in Athens While on this journey Hans Thomas is given a magnifying glass by a dwarf and shortly after 4 sticky buns from a baker, the largest one containing a very small book inside So b I m really toying the line between 3 and 4 stars so I ve settled with 3.5 It s a hard one, as the concept with this book was so clever and different and it s not like me to say but I almost think it was too different Hans Thomas and his father travel across Europe in search of his mother, who they believe is in Athens While on this journey Hans Thomas is given a magnifying glass by a dwarf and shortly after 4 sticky buns from a baker, the largest one containing a very small book inside So begins a story within a story within a story threefold Even my head was struggling to keep everything straight During the story within the sticky bun book we learn of a magical island with 52 dwarves each a card from a pack of playing cards so 2 of diamonds, king of spades etc.Throughout we learn that this information passes on to another every 52 years, and by the very end of the book we learn how this island and the men who have learned all of its secrets and t
I may never look at a deck of cards the same way again The Solitaire Mystery is another imaginative, clever, and thought provoking philosophical tale by Jostein Gaarder This time, the protagonist is a 12 year old boy named Hans Thomas, a bright boy who is quickly exiting childhood and trying to make sense of the world around him This story does not have too much in common with Sophie s World it s muchlike a fairy tale I did not expect this, and yet I enjoyed it very much, and thought I may never look at a deck of cards the same way again The Solitaire Mystery is another imaginative, clever, and thought provoking philosophical tale by Jostein Gaarder This time, the protagonist is a 12 year old boy named Hans Thomas, a bright boy who is quickly exiting childhood and trying to make sense of the world around him This story does not have too much in common with Sophie s World it s muchlike a fa
This book is a modern fairy tale, a lighthearted philosophy lesson, and a reminder that life is a miraculous and beautiful gift As the story begins, Hans Thomas and his father are traveling to Greece in search of Hans Thomas long lost mother The plot thickens when a strange little man gives Hans Thomas a magnifying glass, and a kind old baker gives Hans Thomas a sticky bun containing a tiny book that can only be read using the magnifying glass The book contains a fantastic fairy tale about a This book is a modern fairy tale, a lighthearted philosophy lesson, and a reminder that life is a miraculous and beautiful gift As the story begins, Hans Thomas and his father are traveling to Greece in search of Hans Thomas long lost mother The plot thickens when a strange little man gives Hans Thomas a magnifying glass, and a kind old baker gives Hans Thomas a sticky bun containing a tiny book that can only be read using the magnifying glass The book contains a fantastic fairy tale about a shipwrec

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  • Paperback
  • 338 pages
  • Das Kartengeheimnis
  • Jostein Gaarder
  • German
  • 14 August 2018
  • 3423125004