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Bei einem Ausflug in die Katakomben trifft Michael auf den Schriftsteller Henry Wolf, mit dem er in ein Labyrinth finsterer Gänge gerät. Von bizarren Wesen verfolgt, stoßen sie unter einem See auf eine uralte Stadt. Michael wird in den Kampf zwischen zwei gewaltigen Mächten hineingerissen...
Hardcover, 787 pages
Published 1992 by Ueberreuter
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Laura Muhonen
I read this book over and over again when I was fifteen. Loved it. I have it on my bookshelf but havent touched it for years. I wonder would I still love it as much as before? Or would my age make a difference.
i love how in these books one teenager usually happens to find a lost world just somewhere. with all the old lost magic still in it. and always a figh for saving the old world (and sometimes the new world...)
A fantastic book with a twist at the end that I didn't see coming. It was a really great read. Here and there a bit long maybe and some things were repeated two or three times, but it was good.
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Wolfgang Hohlbein is a German writer of science fiction, fantasy and horror fiction who lives near Neuss, North Rhine-Westphalia. His wife, Heike, is also a writer and often works with her husband. She often comes up with the story ideas and therefore is generally credited as co-author. Their daughter, Rebecca, is also a writer.

Writing short stories since age 15, Hohlbein was first recognized as a
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