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Durch mich geht man hinein zu Welten der Trauer

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  86 ratings  ·  8 reviews
In den frühesten Jahren der Geschichte des Universums hat der Weltschöpfer, der allmächtige Urheber allen Lebens, gegen seine Geschöpfe mit unerklärlicher Heimtücke gerichtet. Einer nach dem anderen der regierenden Sonnengebieter wurde wegen verbotenen Wissens gestürzt. Die schreckliche Strafe für ihre Verbrechen ist Isolierung - die Tore, die ihre Welten mit denen des übr ...more
Paperback, 348 pages
Published March 1984 by Goldmann (first published 1982)
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Kathy Doll
Sorry to have to add to the dismal 1 star review.

I read this many, many years ago and wanted to revisit as I couldn't remember anything about this other than the fact it was science fiction which is a big change for Pauline Gedge who is a historical fiction queen (as far as I am concerned).

I found the first 1/3 (that's as far as I got) of Stargate to be incomprehensible for the most part. There are gods that are in charge of several separate and varied worlds with mortals on each world. The worl
S.M.M. Lindström
A bittersweet story, heavy on the bitter. The summary on the backcover was misleading; this is not the tale of an epic all-out war between sun-lords and the Unmaker. Instead it's a story about the end of innocence and of how paranoia and distrust can lead to downfall. In short, it's a tragedy with a hint of hope at the end.

I didn't think I'd like this book as much as I did. There is much description to get through and the POVs switch constantly (but the switches never confused me which is a big
Christine Bowles
While this book was not what I expected, I was pleasently surprised by my enjoyment of it. The story was unique, well written, and the later half of the book held me captive until 1 am as I tried to finish to find out how everything would end.
I recommend this book to other science fiction fans.

For a more detailed review check out my blog post:
I started this book many years ago, but never finished it. I found it on my shelf the other day & tried to read it again, but didn't get any further than I did the first time. What I did read was o.k., but confusing. I skimmed through it and read other parts, but I had to put it down. Maybe in another few years I'll give it another go...
Marge Perko
I was excited to read this book, as a fan of the movie. (It's totally different, by the way.) However, the set-up of the active plot dragged on - you only get real action in the last part of the book. I really tried to love this book as much as her historical novels.
It was terrible....I am reading another by her and I forgot the name as I just started it and it is much better...IT has something to do with the pharaoh of egypt and the down fall...
A rather marvellous mythic fantasy, nothing (I'm glad to say) to do with the truly terrible film or its even worse TV spin-offs.
Raiveran Rabbit
Depressing dressed up as beauty.
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I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, on December 11, 1945, the first of three girls. Six years later my family emigrated to England where my father, an ex-policeman, wanted to study for the Anglican ministry. We lived in an ancient and very dilapidated cottage in the heart of the English Buckinghamshire woodland, and later in a small village in Oxfordshire called Great Haseley. I grew up surrounde ...more
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