Der Weg ins Labyrinth (Magisterium, #1)

Der Weg ins Labyrinth (Magisterium, #1) Geschlagen Mit Einem Lahmen Bein Und Einer Scharfen Zunge Ist Der Zw Lfj Hrige Callum Nicht Gerade Der Beliebteste Junge Auf Dem Planeten Doch Das Ist Erst Mal Sein Geringstes Problem Denn Just In Diesem Moment Befindet Er Sich Auf Dem Weg Ins Magisterium Der Unterirdischen Schule F R Zauberei Ein Dunkler Und Geheimnisvoller Ort Dort Soll Er Bei Master Rufus, Dem M Chtigsten Magier Der Schule, In Die Lehre Zu Gehen Doch Alles Was Call Ber Ihn Und Das Magisterium Wei , L Sst Ihn Bef Rchten, Das Erste Schuljahr Nicht Lebend Zu Berstehen

Holly Black is the author of bestselling contemporary fantasy books for kids and teens Some of her titles include The Spiderwick Chronicles with Tony DiTerlizzi , The Modern Faerie Tale series, the Curse Workers series, Doll Bones, The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, the Magisterium series with Cassandra Clare , The Darkest Part of the Forest, and her new series which begins with The Cruel Prince in

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  • Hardcover
  • 332 pages
  • Der Weg ins Labyrinth (Magisterium, #1)
  • Holly Black
  • German
  • 19 August 2018
  • 9783846600047

10 thoughts on “Der Weg ins Labyrinth (Magisterium, #1)

  1. says:

    Cassandra Clare co wrote this, so obviously, there are Shadowhunters in it.Where are they

  2. says:

    What s with all the Harry Potter comments Can authors not write stories about kids and magicians any because it s a rip off of H Potter

  3. says:

    Callum Hunt does not want to be a magician All his life, his father has warned him about the dangers of magic, and the sinister ways of the mages who teach youngsters to use their powers in the underground world of the Magisterium When Callum comes of age and must take his entrance exam for the Magisterium, he tries his hardest to fail But he fails to fail He is chosen to train with Master Rufus, the most prestigious mage in the Magisterium Callum Call is ripped away from his normal life in Carolina, separated from his father, and plunged into a subterranean world his father has said would be worse than death The Iron Trial is a hugely fun, inventive spin on the middle grade fantasy novel Yes, the parallels to Harry Potter are obvious, but as I see it that s sort of the point Clare and Black take those patterns and expectations and deliberately turn them upside down Callum doesn t want to be a magician He wants to fail at magic His experience is not like Hogwarts It s alternately boring sorting piles of sand, anyone and terrifying the elementals are awesome creations , and Call can t be sure who to trust even his parents His mother s dying words Kill the Child, apparently meaning her own infant son And his father has he been protecting Call all these years, or lying to him Is Master Rufus a friend or enemy Will Callum ever be allowed to leave his new home I liked Call a lot His leg was badly broken when he was a baby, and his trouble walking informs his character It s especially poignant when he wonders if he can learn to fly as a magician, thus making him mobile He is mistrustful but empathetic, capable and yet deeply flawed I also liked the cast of supporting characters His fellow apprentices are great, especially Tamara The magic system is inventive and logical The world building is fantastic The Iron Trial sets up the game board for the rest of the series, which promises to be great and after that huge, massive twist at the end no spoilers, but oh boy how can you not want to read on

  4. says:

    Well, first of all, all of you people SHUT THE HELL UP If Cassandra Clare wants to write books about shadowhunters or magic, it doesn t even freaking matter it s her choice on what she wants to write, and wait you don t like it WELL DON T READ IT, GOD You were all ranting about her next series about shadowhunters, The Dark Artifices If I remember correctly, you were all calling her out on milking the shadownhunter cash cow until there was nothing left Now she writes a series on something else and you re still criticizing her SERIOUSLY PEOPLE, STOP Do you even know HOW many books have been written on magic Just because it s written about magic doesn t mean it s a rip off of Harry Potter Harry Potter was the most successful fiction book on magic, but do you know how many others there are If anyone has read the Septimus Heap series, that s also about magic.Also, I hear things about the main character set up from the cover Two boys and a girl, DO YOU KNOW HOW OFTEN AUTHORS USE THAT Percy Jackson, for example None of you dim witted idiots hated on Percy Jackson because the group was similar to Harry Potter SO STOP IT STOP I GET THAT YOU MIGHT NOT LIKE IT, BUT I DON T GET WHY YOU RE HATING ON HER NEXT SERIES WHEN YOU DON T EVEN KNOW HOW IT MIGHT TURN OUT.

  5. says:

    A pre review in Disney Gifs Initial Impression

  6. says:

    You re all thinking it No one wants to say it, but we re all thinking it sigh Okay fine, i ll say it.J.K Rowling to Cassandra Clare

  7. says:

    I really wanted to love this Really wanted The Enemy was a great mage maybe even the best but he went crazy He wanted to live forever and make the dead live again That s why they called him the Enemy of Death, because he tried to conquer death He started pulling chaos into the world, putting the power of the void into animals and even people Sigh.I m thinking that this reminds me very much of someone in the Harry Potter series You must be annoyed of seeing this being so much compared to that series but there are so many similarities To say the least.It wasn t 100% ripped off but you can t just stop comparing it to HP while reading it I have actually no idea what Cassandra Clare and Holly Black are thinking about their work, themselves, but I wonder how they did to NOT see or perhaps they just didn t care the that belongs to the Harry Potter series elements.The beginning, I actually enjoyed It was interesting and I had a good feeling about this book but that only went on for a maximum of 40 pages Then, it all went VERY downhill and I kept thinking stuff like Come on, you can do it Only 200 pages left 150 100, you re almost there, 50 thank god and then it was 50% reading and 50% skimming.There were those silly sentences that made me cringe or just annoyed or confused the hell out of me Seriously, this was a bad reading experience You re closer to the element like you re doing magic, you eat rocks or sand, fire mages can eat matches, air mages might consume blood for its oxygen SERIOUSLY Who would eat rocks, sand, matches or BLOOD, to gain power A sick sick person.The writing was absolutely not impressive nor pleasant If only it had a better and beautiful one, I would have enjoyed this maybe A LITTLE See, the story takes place in our Century so the language is pretty urban I was expecting something different and wanted this to feel like a true fantasy book.As much as I love witches, magic, wizards and boarding schools, those elements in the story weren t, surprisingly, enough to make me enjoy the plot That quite rarely happens to me The Magisterium didn t even feel like a school, like a camp.The events are predictable or just darn boring And, to be honest, I was just not convinced Not convinced by the characters, the friendship, the dialogs, the TWIST I don t even see how this series might get interesting with its sequels It just lacked or contained too many, as I said, similarities to the HP series.So, I would certainly recommend you stay away from this, in my opinion, awful read that will only anger you if you re an HP fan or steal your precious time That was harsh, I know, but it doesn t change that I felt and still feel what I said in this review.PS There are illustrations in this book, mostly at the beginning of each chapter, but, unfortunately, they re not always pertinent.

  8. says:

    I really wanted to love this one, and I could almost give it a 3 star after the fascinating twist at the end, but I just can t For the most part, I couldn t stop seeing the glaring parallels with Harry Potter which annoyed me endlessly I m not one to roll my eyes at similar storylines I don t curse all MG novels about magic school for being Harry Potter rip offs, but there are only so many similarities I can tolerate.So let s see, we have this kid, Call, who was marked at birth by the most evil of its kind someone corrupted by his desire to become immortal called the Enemy of Death but I call him Ed, sounds much ominous don t you think When Call gets to magic school, the best of the masters takes him under his wing, telling him how he has a hunch that he will be something special Then he teams him up with a boy and a girl, telling them they were chosen to form this special combination probably because he saw it in a Harry Potter movie There were , but smaller similarities throughout, like how he finds a small creature that bore resemblance to Dobby not in appearance, but in quirkiness and general oddity of a friend , their whole setup for meals with magic food and general atmosphere of the school, things like that.Parallels aside, the plot kind of bored me for the most part There s a lot of time spent on character building that ended up just being boring A number of chapters wasted on sorting sand not kidding for instance, followed by exercises or tests that ended up being quite pointless for story progression Ok fine, we get to explore the school grounds and learn some interesting history which helped expand the world building a bit, so I do give it some credit, but I felt as if everything that happened, everywhere we went were just detours designed to give further hints towards an eventual twist A twist that was surprisingly really intriguing, but easy to predict after all those not so inconspicuous winks As far as characters, the cast was diverse and engaging enough, but I didn t feel especially attached to any of them Nor did I feel as if I really got to know them, aside from maybe Callum I know the role they each have to play in the story, but I couldn t even recall most of the side characters from one sitting to the next The world could have also used a wider scope How they find students for the Iron Trial had me a bit confused, especially as it said some kids don t even know themselves they have magical abilities It seems like it would be easy for a kid to to fly under the radar At any rate, the entire mage history purpose is briefed in a mere 2 pagesAm I sufficiently intrigued to want to continue with the series I think the twist offers something new and thought provoking enough to make me want to know where it will go from here, so I will be highly tempted, but I m not sure this one will even be memorable enough for me to care by the time it s released Either way, I will always be a fan of Holly Black, but this one left me feeling disappointed An advance copy was provided by the publisher for review.For of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads

  9. says:

    Why does the blurb read like a Harry Potter re mix

  10. says:

    How is it even possible I didn t know about this I mean seriously A series written by two of my favourite authors AND I JUST DIDN T KNOW WTH There s no way I m not going to add this to my to be read pile.Which unfortunately leaves me with 300 books, which also means that the limit I set for myself is thoroughly broken, which means I need to READ the hell out of my to be read,which means I m basically screwed lol BUTHolly Black and Cassandra Clare Jeez I m doomed 333

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