Elefantpassernes børn

Elefantpassernes børnPeter And Tilte Are Trying To Track Down Two Notorious Criminals Their Parents They Are The Pastor And The Organist, Respectively, Of The Only Church On The Tiny Island Of Fin Known For Fabricating Cheap Miracles To Strengthen Their Congregation S Faith, They Have Been In Trouble Before But This Time Their Children Suspect They Are Up To Mischief On A Far Greater Scale When Peter And Tilte Learn That Scientific And Religious Leaders From Around The World Are Assembling In Copenhagen For A Conference, They Know Their Parents Are Up To Something Peter And Tilte S Quest To Find Them Exposes Conspiracies, Terrorist Plots, An Angry Bishop, A Deranged Headmaster, Two Love Struck Police Officers, A Deluded Aristocrat And Much Along The WayPart Adventure Story, Part Study Of Human Nature, The Elephant Keepers Children Is A Delightful And Thought Provoking Novel From The Prizewinning Danish Author Peter H Eg

Peter H eg was born in Copenhagen, Denmark Before becoming a writer, he worked variously as a sailor, ballet dancer, and actor He published his first novel, A History of Danish Dreams 1988 , to positive reviews However, it was Smilla s Sense of Snow 1992 , a million copy best seller, that earned H eg immediate and international literary celebrity His books have been published in than th

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  • Hardcover
  • 400 pages
  • Elefantpassernes børn
  • Peter Høeg
  • English
  • 01 February 2017
  • 9781846555848

10 thoughts on “Elefantpassernes børn

  1. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  2. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  3. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  4. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  5. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  6. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  7. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  8. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  9. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

  10. says:

    I regret to say that I didn t really enjoy this book, The Elephant Keepers Children by Peter Hoeg, that I won on Goodreads, and I ll tell you why the prose was overwrought and overcomplicated, and it made me feel like I was stupid, and keep in mind, the narrator is a fourteen year old boy, and shouldn t sound like he is a Rhodes scholar there are far too many characters to keep track of and I kept getting confused because the prose was so confusing to me, I barely even absorbed what was happening I honestly felt the author was trying to purposely use huge words to sound intelligent, when in reality he didn t have to do such a thing it came across to me as a total condemnation of religion and society that depends on a higher powerI really tried to give it a chance, but it just wasn t for me.

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