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Schwarzer Montag - Garth Nix, Axel Franken, Michael Peinkofer, Daniel Ernle
Schwarzer Montag
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3.50 5
Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9783431037128 (3431037127)
Publisher: Ehrenwirth (Verlagsgruppe Lübbe)
Pages no: 349
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: The Keys to the Kingdom (#1)
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Living for the Books
Living for the Books rated it
2.0 Mister Monday by Garth Nix
This book is very different from what I usually read and there's kind of a backstory to why I ended up reading it. I was at the library with my boyfriend and I really wanted him to read The Raven Boys because it's my fave, so I agreed to read a book that he picked out for me. Yeah, our reading taste...
Maybe Tomorrow
Maybe Tomorrow rated it
Twice I picked this book up from the library, and twice I returned it, unable to get much further than Arthur Penhaligon’s step into the mysterious house. However, because I did like the concept behind the Keys to the Kingdom series, I took advantage of the audiobook and finally managed to get throu...
bibliokay rated it
4.0 Mister Monday
The second time around I noticed a lot of Christian imagery mixed in with the subversion of a Christian mythology. It was a little strange. It is clear that Mister Monday represents sloth from the 7 deadly sins and there were wings and angel images all over the place. At the same time we are told...
melsbookshelf rated it
4.0 Mister Monday (The Keys to the Kingdom, Book 1)
Mister Monday is the first book I have read by Garth Nix and I decided to pick it up because I have heard many good things about this author from many other book bloggers out there. I must say it was an interesting story--quite bizarre, actually, though also very intriguing and ultimately difficult ...
The Bittern
The Bittern rated it
This was really fun, and I wish I'd read it when I was younger. I have a suspicion that Nix writes children's fiction because he's not really capable of the depth and pacing that makes good 'adult' fantasy, but that's no terrible thing.
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