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Ogen van tijgers: een toekomstroman

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Jock Martijn is ontslagen als planeetonderzoeker op Venus. Nu is hij kunstschilder op de Aarde en voelt zich een gevangene. De Aarde is één grote stad, getemd door techniek. De tijgers zijn uitgestorven...
Toch heeft de rebelse jongen Bart Doran een ongeluk veroorzaakt op Route Z. Was het werkelijk een verwilderde kat waarvoor hij remde, en geen robot?
Jock Martijn ziet over
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Hardcover, 389 pages
Published November 2005 by Leopold (first published 1982)
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Ronald_h
I always remembered this as one of the best books I read in my youth, if not the best. 25+ years on, I decided to read it again. The story is about a former planet investigator (literal translation) now turned painter. He used to be stationed on Venus,and as rumours start to spread about a major discovery there, he has to come to grips with a new found ability. This is about as far as I can go without spoiling the plot ;-)

What made this book so special, is that it probably was the very first you
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Johan Haneveld
Better than 'Torenhoog en Mijlenbreed', the prequel! I didn't have very high hopes for this novel, because it is set on an overcrowded earth and not on the planet Venus (or Afroi) of the first book, where there is still verdant nature to be found, and because the plot of the first book was slight, with some juvenile characterisation. A bit of that is to be expected in a YA-novel, but because I had high hopes for the first book (based on a part I read as a young teenager) I was a bit disappointed ...more
Juul
Exspecially nice for teenagers beween the age of 14 till 18.
Els
This book deserves more fame. It should not be tucked away in the childrens section. It is a wonderful, touching and original story, set in a future that does not seem so far away anymore. A worthwhile read!
Maud
I remember not being able to get through this book at first, but eventually suddenly loving it most of the three. It's a very interesting world Tonke Dragt created here.
Annick
Loved this book when I was a young adult. The books by Tonke Dragt were basically the first fantasy books I loved.
Thomas
It's been way long since I've read this book. All I remember about it is that it's awesome! Find it. Read it.
Rogier
my favorite children's book ... ty tonke ;-)
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Tonke Dragt werd in 1930 geboren in Indonesië, en heeft daar het grootste deel van haar jeugd doorgebracht. In 1942 kwam ze met haar moeder en twee zusjes terecht in een Jappenkamp, en daar heeft ze ontdekt dat ze ze kon ‘ontsnappen’ door verhalen te verzinnen. Ze schreef en tekende in eerder gebruikte uitgegumde schriftjes en zelfs op wc-papier, want er was bijna niets. Samen met een vriendinnetj

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