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Der Schatz im Silbersee Reading Der Schatz Im Silbersee Karl May Xxlhuge.eu Der Schatz Im Silbersee Mit Seinen Sagenhaften Reicht Mern Ist Das Ziel Einer Bande Von Tramps Unter F Hrung Des Ber Chtigten Roten Cornel Winnetou, Old Shatterhand, Old Firehand Und Weitere Gef Hrten Ziehen Den Gleichen Weg, Um Wei En Und Indianern Hilfreich Zur Seite Zu Stehen, Die Von Den Verbrechern Bedroht Sind.

10 thoughts on “Der Schatz im Silbersee

  1. says:

    Danas je mo da ne bih ocenila peticom, ali prvih deset puta kad sam je itala jo kako bih, pa nema ni smisla da omladinsku knji evnost ocenjujem iz sada nje matore perspektive Obo avala sam je iako je neujedna ena smenjuju se izuzetno uzbudljiva poglavlja i neke pri e koje su se slobodno mogle i izostaviti , a vidim da nije izgubila dra ni za sada nje klince sinak ita bez daha, nosi u krevet da ita bar dok ne zavr i poglavlje, a sutradan vidimo na podu izniklo indijansko selo, tatine figurice kauboja i Indijanaca raspore ene u skladu s opisanim do ivljajima, postavljaju se pitanja da li bi Old eterhend sredio Old Fajerhenda kad bi se potukli i tako Dragi Karl Maj, ulep ava svako detinjstvo A na one zamerke da je malo preterao sa ...

  2. says:

    I don t know why it works again after almost 45 years but it does I couldn t say what the book s or its author s secret is, nevertheless it still is an excellent read.

  3. says:

    My favourite book of Karl May.

  4. says:

    This was one of my favorite books while growing up It stood against the test of time, still good

  5. says:

    One of my childhood favorites

  6. says:

    This was a good occasion with this book to recall my favorite novels from childhood Winnetou, Old Surehand and other such stories from the wild west, written by the master of this genre, Karl May, were all part of my first few novels I have read And of course I have loved them and like many children, I imagine myself sometimes even playing with my brother and other children how it is to be Winnetou or a white hunter in the Great Plains.The premise is extremely simple and usual for children novels the opposition between good and evil and of course that good always wins Pretty predictable but you cannot expect something else from children s lit This is why I will give it a 3.Regarding the form, this is another element where the genre is fairly strict and this novel does not make an exception Apart from this, I liked the names of the characters that were reflecting the traits the author gave them I did not like that it felt like the authors controlled excessively their actions so that the plot and the planned actions twists end up as he wanted This was something that I did not noticed when I was a child but now it ruins the pleasures of some parts Thus, I will rate it with a 2 for form.In terms of originality, I had the impression that a large part from the novel is recycled from other works of the same author Although the genre of western does not allow a high degree of originality, with this additional element I am forced to rate it with an 1.In terms of characters, they ar...

  7. says:

    The Book That Started It All nostalgia More than thirty years ago, this book made me fall in love irreversibly with books, these printed delights that open up new worlds when your options are limited, add color to whatever seems black and white, nuance to whatever seems dishearteningly categorical, and create possibilities where there are none.I had read this book twenty times by fourth grade It still brings back such sweet memories of sleepless reading nights I loved the adventure, the characters, the story, the dialogs in fake foreign language, the good old romanticism of good vs bad I now know he had written these stories before he ever visited the Wild West and without seeing an Indian but who cares I visited relatively few places and talked to few people, but thanks to the reading journey this book had set me on, I ve neverth...

  8. says:

    Mit Der Schatz im Silbersee von 1955 wird nun nach Winnetou die zweite gro artige Produktion des Westdeutschen Rundfunks in dieser Reihe ver ffentlicht Die beiden Blutsbr der Winnetou und Old Shatterhand jagen hinter Cornel Brinkley her Der skrupellose Ganove versucht mit aller Macht, den Schatz im Silbersee zu finden, und um an den Geheimplan des Schatzes zu kommen, geht er ber Leichen Winnetou und Old Shatterhand werden bei ihrer Verfolgungsjagd immer wieder von verfeindeten Indianerst mmen aufgehalten, mit denen sie sich heftige K mpfe liefern Schlie lich erreicht der Schuft Brinkley die Schatzh hle und glaubt, am Ziel seiner Tr ume zu sein Die Tonqualit t l sst stark zu w n...

  9. says:

    The story is good, but this was translated by a non English speaker The grammar is not quite English sometimes Nevertheless, I ll be looking for Karl May books.

  10. says:

    ak i me u mayevim knjigama, ova je za manje zahtjevnu publiku.

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