Erebos [Ursula Poznanski, Judith Pattinson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ‘Enter. Or turn back. This is Erebos.’Nick is given a sinister. Erebos. Ursula Poznanski, trans. from the German by Judith Pattinson. Annick ( Firefly, dist.), $ (p) ISBN First published in Germany in , Erebos became a runaway bestseller and gained international recognition after winning Germany’s Youth.

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He must agree to anonymity both inside and out of the game. Is it one singular person with a twisted agenda? Ja, ik heb genoten en ik ga meteen op zoek naar meer boeken van Ursula. Erebos Ursula Poznanski, translated by Judith Pattinson.

Nach Beendigung des Gymnasiums Studium der: Once the mystery started to become clear…once the man behind the er…monitor… was revealed…I lost interest pretty quickly. Archerafter finishing high school, she began studying Japanese studies, journalism, law and theater.

This book has been translated into English, with the same title: I could feel my old gaming addiction starting to stir as I read descriptions of what began and was frightened to see the lengths that he would go to in order to continue playing. Suffice it to say, they can be life-consuming monsters of endless play that wreak havoc on your social and personal lives. Why is it asking players to commit such heinous acts? Just remember that Erebos was translated, therefore you might find some sentences and wording a bit odd.

Second, he must always play alone. Der Schreibstil ist schon recht einfach, aber man darf auch nicht vergessen das Erebos ein Jugendbuch ist. Aug 17, Ece Sayin rated it it was amazing.

Yeah sure, “kiss it”. Translating German fiction is her idea of heaven.

Erebos by Ursula Poznanski Book Review

But it’s hard to describe what I mean without giving away some huge spoilers. Will be on the look-out for more poxnanski by Ursula Poznanski.


When Nick first started playing Erebosit really freaked me out. Poznansku would recommend this to pretty much anyone who enjoys erebo good story — check it out! On his way to becoming a doctor provided he survives his Chemistry classespart of the basketball team and well-liked by his peers, there’s not much missing from his life.

I did enjoy the part of the book where the whole mystery of the game was being solved, but I must admit it did feel just a tad too convenient and some more serious repercussions would have been good to see. Het boek heeft eigenlijk wel alle kenmerken om een toppertje te zijn. Mar 01, Jo rated it really liked it Shelves: Whenever his life bar was dwindling…well, I was certainly holding my breath. Teenagers start swapping pirated copies of the eregos around school, which is how it falls into the hands o Nick took advantage of his friend’s change of mood and asked one last question.

The characters were well-developed and I grew rather fond of Nick and his friends. Curious, Nick joins the game and quickly becomes addicted. But I have to admit that the setting was rather anonymous. It’s not as innocent as it seems at first – trust me, I devoted 10 years of my life to it. A game that talks to you. Teilnehmer 16 57 Jun 02, Refresh and try again. Nick eagerly accepts the conditions and takes the CD labeled Erebos.

He’s always thinking judgmental things poznansmi everyone, both inside and outside the game. View all 3 comments. poznandki

Erebos by Ursula Poznanski Book Review

Settings Tips on technique 3: It turned out to be surprisingly addictive! And what’s this about a super secret computer game pozannski the rounds in school?

But Erebos knows a lot about the players and begins to manipulate their lives. Wrebos have to find out on your own. But when the lines between Erebos and real life start to blur, Nick realizes that the game might have a very sinister agenda. This adds another dimension to the novel as it feels as though you, the reader, are transported into the game and start to see and hear what Sarius sees and hears, and you forget that this is only a game and that Sarius is being controlled by Nick.


The game is highly addictive but asks its players to carry out actions ursjla the real world in order to keep playing online, actions which become more and more terrifyingly manipulative. I loved the idea of it assigning people little tasks that all added up into one huge scheme. Though skeptical at first, after being given the chance to play, Nick quickly becomes immersed in the world of the mysterious game Erebos, enough to be compelled to carry out ‘its bidding’ in the real world as well.

Just watch out for the messenger with the yellow eyes. To ask other readers questions about Erebosplease sign up. What I loved about this novel is when Nick is actually playing the game as the novel converts to the perspective of his character, Sarius.

Einen Abzug gibt es, weil es manchmal kleine Unklarheiten gab und das Ende mir nicht ganz gepasst hat. The two set off on a dangerous mission in which the border between reality and the virtual world begins to blur.

Ideen, Leidenschaften, sogar Wahnsinn.

He must never tell the other characters in the game who he is in real life, and he must never talk about the game with his friends or divulge his character name, even if he knows they are playing the same game. Allerdings finde ich das Buch sehr besonders, lesenswert und ziemlich gut recherchiert. There are ponanski a ton of really abrupt, almost jarring transitions between scenes.