Alcatraz und das Pergament des Todes
Publish date: October 6th 2008
Pages no: 304
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Alcatraz (#2)
People that read the first book of the series know that our world is in the clutches of the Evil Librarians. They control the flow of information and he who controls the spice information controls the universe. Exactly like the news outlets do. If this is not the proof that the Evil Librarians are r...
Surprise, surprise, book two is as fun as the first book! These are going to be a family favorite, I can already tell. I'm off to tell my friends--and to start book 3. The Value of a Star: Ratings Explained
The second book in Brandon Sanderson's "Alcatraz" series proved to be so much fun, probably not with as much apparent zaniness as the first book, but I enjoyed it immensely. Yes, Alcatraz is still the lovable unreliable narrator that he was in the first book, but this book has him undertaking a dif...
The joke in this series is that Alcatraz's talent is to break things; the meta-joke is that Alcatraz breaks the story by lying, lying about lying, intruding on the story to explain its structure, and generally gumming up the narrative works. This second volume is less self-conscious and more relaxed...
Alcatraz is on his way to a safe place when he gets a call from his Grandfather, who is at the Library of Alexandria. The stronghold of the Librarians. His dad has entered and his Grandfather is going in after him. So Alcatraz, along with some new relatives, take a detour to rescue everyone. Inter...
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