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Kai Schreiber

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Average rating: 3.9 · 39 ratings · 3 reviews · 2 distinct works
Wahre Lügen: Warum wir nich...

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A nice bit of color, but since the sekelton of this story is already in the books, it makes a little less sense to me to retell it.

Also, this is the final of the novellas, now I'll have to way for Leviathan to finally fall.

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I noticed the hook of this as soon as he entered the page, but it still took me the massive hint they drop about two thirds in to figure out his shape and name. I didn't try too hard, though, I like following the authors' idea of unfolding story when ...more
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Kai Schreiber Maik wrote: "Riddley Walker Die Ursuppe für "Book of Dave", postapokalyptische Linguistik in halbgeflutetem England, ohne Taxis, weniger lustig, aber genau so gut. Sollte dir gefallen."

Kaum hatte ich das in Deinem Profil gesehen, schon hab ich mir ein Eselsohr an den Titel und noch zwei an den Autor gemacht und es weit nach vorne auf die Leseliste katapultiert. Jetzt natürlich quasi pole position. Ich bin jedenfalls sehr gespannt.


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