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February 24, History. Add another edition? The Neverending Story Michael Ende. The Neverending Story Close. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The Neverending Story from your list? Written in English. Translation of, Die Unendliche Geschichte. Number of pages Readers waiting for this title: Check nearby libraries with: Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Reviews Rated 3 out of 5 by Raven from Alright Enjoyed this movie as a child so I wanted to read the book figuring I would get more details of the story.
You will get that in this novel, however, there are many areas that drag on and on needlessly. Con: hard to get through due to slow parts. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Joshua from Amazing book One of the best books that I have ever read Read it often, and enjoy it every time. The movie did no justice to this book.
This book is honestly an extraordinary novel. The story makes so much sense, although there is a lot happening at once. The idea is phenomenal and the writing is just enthralling. I cannot recommend this book enough. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by chelseasarah from My favorite book of all time.
This book is one of the most magical, and fantastic books ever written. I can read this book over and over, and love it every time. I cannot wait until my daughter is a bit older and i can start reading it to her.. And the Neverending Story is by far the most magical book I've ever read.
I have purposely never seen the film, as I find movies always ruin books for me. Since I read this book about 10 years ago, I have read it 5 times, and I think I enjoy it more with each read. I would have to say this is my favorite book of all time.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Samia from Remarkable This book can be read by all ages since it is well written but is still easy to read. It is great for fantasy lovers, and the pages just fly by, even though there are pages.
There are many original ideas that had never occurred to me before. The story kept me interested from start to finish.
A boy gets swept into a magical book, in which he tries to save all the Fantastican creatures, but with every wish he makes loses his memory of the real world. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by chris from Outstanding I find it difficult to get through a complete book as my interest usually fades within the first half. Yet I found myself devouring this book in it's entirety and was dissapointed when I had to put it down.
I thought after seeing the movie with my children that the book would not be of any interest to me but I was wrong. The twists and turns keep you wondering and never on the same page. Don't question it, get it! Michael Ende takes the child in you through this novel. A gorgeous, resonating book that has been on my bookshelf almost all my life. By the end of the novel, you will reflect on those you love.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Jaime from Fantastic I first read this book when i was in grade four, and i really liked it then, but it was a bit too big for me. I took a long time to read it and that somehow dimed the effect, but now I'm 15 and i'm reading it again.
I sort of forgot about it, but it's the kind of book that lingers in the back of your subconscious mind. I've started reading it again after my english teacher mentioned it yesterday during class. I've been picking up on alot of things that i missed the first time around, and I think that it's the most amazing book that I've read for a while, it's full of images and symbols and it is so much fun to read. It's fantastic and an experience that will never end, while I'm reading other books and reading this one again and again.
But it's all really one book, every book is joined together as one text, therefore the stories never really end, every story will be told at another time, and i am happpy as i learn them all. If you've seen the movies, and loved them - then you can be thrilled they only scratch the surface.
This journey of self-discovery truly is unique as Bastian travels into a world unto himself, and a world that he creates from his own imagination at that!