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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The beginning of this book was really suspenseful and kept me frantically turning the pages. Todo el que entra a Erebos, no quiere salir.

Erebos, Young Adult – Annick Press

The Messenger will be watching. He gets irrationally angry whenever he sees her talking to other people——particularly to other boys——and that made me kinda nervous. En esta ursila comparan la inteligencia del protagonista con la de Sherlock Holmes, si claro.

So part of my still wonders how exactly Nick even managed to keep going with the game. Archerafter finishing high school, she began studying Japanese studies, journalism, law and theater. However things start getting a little crazy when he notices strange things happening at school and he hasn’t been let in on the secret – but some other definitely not-cool types are in on it. Hay una realidad en cuanto al comportamiento humano.

Kind of the opposite of the nostalgia trip that yrsula RP1.

Second, he must always play alone. The word that Poznanski built in Erebos was incredible and I felt like I was there. Is it sci fi or fantasy? Return to Book Page. As his character becomes more powerful in the world of Ereboshis quests in the real world become more dangerous, even deadly.


Nobody talks about it, but a lot of students are suddenly skipping school, look ;oznanski all the time, talk in whispers. Aaaaand that’s when things started to fall a little flat for me.

The second half of the book, in which Nick starts to uncover the secrets behind Ereboswas not as interesting to me as the first half. Pick this one up for a thrilling, informative, interesting ride. It turned out to be surprisingly addictive! Los ojos me empezaron a escocer. A runaway international success, Erebos has been translated into over 20 languages.

The game is highly addictive but asks its players to carry out actions in the real world in order to keep playing online, actions which become more and more terrifyingly manipulative. Excellent novel aimed at older teens. She has worked as a medical journalist since Especially under massive sleep deprivation. I wasn’t overly keen on this in the beginning; the writing came off as stilted, I assume from translation, and things aren’t always consistent — it’s set in London and yet the characters say things like “sixth grade” and “Mom” rather than Mum, but whatever.

You only get one chance to play Erebos. Jan 30, Merve rated it it was amazing. But what really killed this book for me was the unadulterated cheesiness of the ending.

Erebos by Ursula Poznanski Book Review

This adds another dimension to the novel as it feels erfbos 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. I think the creepiest thing, though, is that at one point he takes a picture of her when she’s not looking and then thinks about how he’s going to kiss it when he gets home.


Also, the ending was a bit… unbelievable, which is rich of me to say as I have just said how much I enjoyed a book about an omnipresent computer game that controls people.

Ab der Mitte des Buches ist es extrem spannend und ich konnte das Buch gar nicht mehr aus der Hand legen. And what’s this about a super secret computer game making erebps rounds in school? Erebos 43 69 Jul 24, Post a Comment Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.

He must agree to anonymity both inside and out of the game. Books by Ursula Poznanski. The easiest way to describe this, I think, is to call it a darker, creepier, more current Ready Player One.

First, he has to have private computer and internet access. An advance reader copy was kindly supplied by Netgalley.