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Il ragazzo dei mondi infiniti

Il ragazzo dei mondi infiniti Alcuni pensano che Joey sia strano Altri che viva in un mondo parallelo E non hanno torto Un giorno infatti Joey finisce in una realt in cui uomini che fanno surf su dischi volanti lo inseguono e un

  • Title: Il ragazzo dei mondi infiniti
  • Author: Neil Gaiman Michael Reaves Giuseppe Iacobaci
  • ISBN: 9788804613336
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Alcuni pensano che Joey sia strano Altri che viva in un mondo parallelo E non hanno torto Un giorno infatti Joey finisce in una realt in cui uomini che fanno surf su dischi volanti lo inseguono, e un misterioso eroe lo salva conducendolo in un altra dimensione Sar lu a rivelargli questa nuova, invisibile verit ogni volta che si profila un bivio, l universo si scinAlcuni pensano che Joey sia strano Altri che viva in un mondo parallelo E non hanno torto Un giorno infatti Joey finisce in una realt in cui uomini che fanno surf su dischi volanti lo inseguono, e un misterioso eroe lo salva conducendolo in un altra dimensione Sar lu a rivelargli questa nuova, invisibile verit ogni volta che si profila un bivio, l universo si scinde in una serie infinita di mondi possibili, che solo i Camminatori come Joey possono attraversare Mondi in cui si possono avere le ali, la pelliccia di un lupo, lamine metalliche al posto della pelle o semplicemente essere la propria versione maschile o femminile Ma agli estremi opposti di questo insieme di mondi imperano due universi in guerra tra loro Esa, pervaso di magia, e il mondo binario, governato dalla tecnologia Riuscir l InterMondo, l esercito creato dai Camminatori, a proteggere l equilibrio dei mondi sopravvivendo alle feroci creature che ne sorvegliano i confini

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    1. (B+) 76% | GoodNotes: A clever concept done too cookie-cutter to be anything special, with a hero too vanilla and ill-defined to be relatable.

    2. In an infinity of worlds, anything is not only possible, it's mandatory.Enter Joey Walker - armed with his extraordinarily bad sense of direction and a burning desire to pass his final exam - he manages to actually get lost on our planet and walk to another one. Joey discovers that he's a Walker and that he's not the only one. Throughout all the multidimensional universe every conceivable possible version of Joey Walker has this potential but only a small fraction discover their abilities. After [...]

    3. I didn't know what to expect. Once I knew, I expected more. I got less.Interworld is the coming-of-age story of a boy finding himself, quite literally. Joey Harker is your typical kid, whose main concern is a certain girl and popularity at school. He comes off fairly average, but the way he's written, you're never sure if he's smart or stupid. Whatever the case, he sure did know a lot of pop culture references through out the ages, regardless of his own age and point of reference, so I would hav [...]

    4. I must be a real geek. I laughed my butt off at the phrase "opposition is unproductive." Only a real Star Trek geek would have been able to translate that to "resistance is futile." I'm in no way sure what "InterWorld" is. It's part science fiction, part fantasy, part allusion to all things in geekdom. Take some of "Ender's Game" and mix it up with "Neverwhere." Toss in some Star Trek, some Twilight Zone, and some Wizard of Oz for fun. I started this book at dinnertime last night and it's almost [...]

    5. I’m always a bit shocked when a Neil Gaiman book manages to make a public release without me knowing about it. I wonder if I’m paying close enough attention to the blogs and journals that let me know about new releases. I mean, it’s Gaiman, and I didn’t know about it? What network did I miss?InterWorld is a juvenile novel, not even a YA novel, though, and that might be how I missed it. I almost missed out on M Is for Magic, and I remember the first time I saw Coraline was long after it h [...]

    6. "Opposition is unproductive." This phrase appeared in the book and cracked me up. All I could think of was: "Resistance is futile." (Trekkies out there will know what I'm talking about.)I didn't realize that this was a Young Adult title when I requested it from the library. Since I had already downloaded it, I figured I would give it a listen anyway, and I'm glad I did.This wasn't the usual Gaiman fare, it's a sci-fi tale about a young man named Joey Harker who discovers he's a "walker." I'm not [...]

    7. With open heart and open mind, I set out to love this book.I read everything 'Gaiman' at some point.I own every copy of "Sandman" and have several signed (I waited on line, yes I did).I own all his books.I even own some rarities such as, "Being an Account Of The Life And Death Of The Emperor Heliogabolus" (#1927 our of 2000-signed) and his "Three-Penny Opera."Yeahfanboy.This book was recommended to me as I must have missed its release somehow.I rushed to read it andt so much.Perhaps it was the f [...]

    8. It pains me to give this book three stars. Physical pain! I love Neil Gaiman and almost everything he touches. His children's books are generally just as enjoyable for me as his adult fiction. This was clearly YA. I read a lot of YA, so the three stars aren't because of that. The byline for this particular novel includes Michael Reeves. Perhaps this is the real problem. Reeves may be an excellent writer, but Gaiman he is not.There is an explanation, framed as an author's note, explaining how thi [...]

    9. The premise of this book was very inventive, but I never really felt like I was reading a Neil Gaiman book. True, it was co-authored with Michael Reeves, so perhaps his was the overriding influence of the novel. There are some Gaiman hallmarks: wonderfully strange ideas about alternate universes that are created each time a monumental decision must be made (thus creating a separate universe for the possible outcome of each alternative offered by that decision) as well as fantastic creatures inha [...]

    10. See Ceridwen's review, but additionally: Why all the nonsensical quantum mechanical mumbo jumbo when there's magic in the book? If there's magic it's a fantasy and trying to justify it in an SF way only makes you look apologetic. Skip all that and go the Moorcock route: he had a fantasy multiverse before everybody else (I think) and he doesn't justify it at all, because none is required.

    11. No lo puedo continuar. Parece escrito por un joven de 15 años al que todavia no le llego el cambio hormonal ni le pego la adolescencia.No puedo creer que Gaiman publicara esto con su nombre. El otro no tengo idea quien es y espero no volverlo a leer.Literalmente hablando, cualquier persona del mundo puede hacer un mejor trabajo que esto. Si lo ven de esa manera, es un mensaje esperanzador en realidad. Todos tenemos la capacidad de escribir mejor que este libro de Gaiman y el otro comosellame.

    12. The concept is brilliant: Joey Harker finds that he's capable of walking between worlds, alternate realities of every variety, from the fully magical to the fully technological to everything in between. And every alternate version of Joey Harker is capable of doing the same. They've gathered together as a sort of paramilitary force to keep the forces of pure magic (Hex) and pure technology (the Binary) at bay. And there's the best part of the whole book: the concept.The story itself is a bit pai [...]

    13. INTERWORLD BY NEIL GAIMAN AND MICHAEL REAVES: Most people are familiar with Neil Gaiman, who has written such great novels as Neverwhere, American Gods, and Coraline for younger readers, but not so many know Michael Reaves. Reaves has written for Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Twilight Zone, and Batman: The Animated Series, as well as the New York Times bestseller Star Wars: Darth Maul – Shadow Hunter. Gaiman and Reaves began working on the idea for Interworld in 1995 wishing to make it a [...]

    14. Quite an enjoyable work by Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves. Again while I wonder just how "youthful" the young readers this book is meant for ought to be(as it's quite dark in a few places) is well plotted, written, and "characterized".This an adventure with many familiar points placed in a science fiction world that most YA readers will like. There is adventure, daring do, misunderstood youth, homesickness, even a slight twist on the "boy and his dog". I enjoyed it and think, being sure that the [...]

    15. Questo libro è stato una bellissima scoperta! Avevo sempre sentito parlare della bravura di Neil Gaiman e finalmente ho avuto la possibilità di leggere questo capolavoro della fantascienza che realizzó insieme a Michael Reaves. Leggendo, mi capitó svariate volte di rimanere sbalordita dall'immensa fantasia racchiusa in questo libro, mi chiedevo come avesse fatto la loro mente a dare origine a un intero "universo" formato da una miriade di mondi paralleli, all'idea che a salvare questi mondi [...]

    16. Buku ini tipe-tipe buku yang padat, bergerak cepat, banyak ketegangan, banyak teka-teki, dan banyak membahas sains yang bikin pusing, tapi (kataku) asik 😂Aku suka Joey dan si gelembung! Lucu. Adegan favoritku selalu tiap Joey melintas ke dunia alternatif lain. Dan aku suka penyelesaian konflik di buku ini. Antara tegang dan deg-degan dan keren dan lucu~

    17. 2.5 starsIt's more children's book than YA and it's probably weakest Gaiman's book I read.It's ok, rather amusing book but not outstanding in any way, it doesn't feel like something written by extraordinary writer like Gaiman.

    18. Joey Harker has no sense of direction. He has even managed to get lost in his own house.But one day, on a social studies assignment, he outdoes himself. He wanders out of his own world into a neighboring dimension where he doesn't exist.Beings from assorted other neighboring worlds and dimensions are now after him for his worldwalking ability. There are the people from Hex, who want to boil him down to his essence, and use him to power their ships. There's also another empire among these alterna [...]

    19. InterworldThree months ago I saw that a new book by Neil Gaiman titled The Silver Dream was out and being the fangirl that I am, I ordered it without a second glance. When I held my copy in my hands a few days later, a closer look at the cover revealed that it was “A sequel to”. A sequel? A sequel to what?!? Interworld? Hang on, that sounded familiar. And I realised that I’ve been given this for a birthday or Christmas a couple of years ago and it had been sitting on my shelves unread sinc [...]

    20. Este, sin lugar a dudas, es uno de los libros más raros que he leído. No sólo por la trama, que por sí sola ya es bastante loca, sino también por los escenarios y las descripciones que te dejan la cabeza a un paso del cortocircuito porque es dificilísimo imaginárselos. Pero, a pesar de todo eso, InterWorld es una historia única -al menos para mí, pues no había leído nada parecido- y bastante entretenida. Aunque, claro, nada de todo eso le quita lo liosa y confusa que es por partes. Va [...]

    21. Science fiction is not usually Neil Gaiman's forte, but I doubt many would suspect that after reading Interworld. Granted, he doesn't quite abandon his use of mysticism and, in my opinion, it's one more thread adding to a rich tapestry of story weaving.Like with Coraline, Gaiman is appealing to a younger audience than the one he usually writes for. Unlike Caroline, I don't think he quite hit the mark. The general plot and some of the vocabulary might prove frustrating to someone younger than hig [...]

    22. It seems a shame that just after reading the just-now-Newbery Medal-winning The Graveyard Book I would pick up the all-together pedestrian* and disappointing Interworld by Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves. An afterword reveals that the pair wrote the book as an extended pitch for a TV show concept they had created years ago and that when it failed in its purported purpose, it lay in the proverbial desk drawer for years. Perhaps it should have stayed there.* Alright, for certain values of "pedestri [...]

    23. lammothsblog/2012Представете си, че всяко наше значимо решение създава нов алтернативен и паралелен свят. Така световете оформят една вселена във формата на арка. В двата края на тази арка властват две империи - тази на бинарните и противниците им от МАГ. Това са съответно световет [...]

    24. Книгата започва много вълнуващо и бързо. Първите две части се четат на един дъх и после нещо се изгуби. Някак твърде бързо и лесно дойде развръзката, някои неща от света бяха само загатнати, но не и развити. Може би за това и коректорът след 16-а глава беше оставил толкова мног [...]

    25. Not so good, not bad. But expected a lot more from Neil Gaiman. Although from what I read, this one was not written entirely by him. So

    26. Neil Gaiman's name, along with the superhero-looking cover, brought me to InterWorld. I didn't know much about it, and I don't think I'd even heard of it the first time I checked it out of the library, though I didn't actually get around to reading it that time, since I'm pretty notorious for checking out an impossible pile of books. As has been the case with my prior experiences with Gaiman, InterWorld proved an imperfect read for me, being primarily focused on world building rather than charac [...]

    27. I enjoyed this book probably more than I ought to have - I found it in the discount bin of my college bookstore with a "Kids" label on it for $5.99. In hardcover. But it said Neil Gaiman on the cover, so I swallowed my questions and bought it.And honestly, I'm really glad I did. It's patently a book with a four-star ceiling, as the characters aren't quite developed to the point that I would have liked (the afterword reveals that the original idea was for the whole thing to be a children's cartoo [...]

    28. Worlds are cheap. Kata-kata itu yang menyelamatkan saya dari menutup buku ini dan membiarkannya tak selesai. Gara-garanya, saya membaca buku ini di Minggu siang yang malas dan sepantasnya diisi oleh buku-buku ringan yang 'mudah' dibaca. Tapi yang saya temui malah, di antaranya: Multiverse, Altiverse, quantum differentation, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, multiple world lines mau nyerah rasanya! Secara saya nggak pernah pintar fisika dari dulu :PTapi dengan mengabaikan segala macam teori itu [...]

    29. The story is about a boy - Joey Harker - who can walk between alternate Earths, a skill shared by all the other "Joeys" (in quotations because they have different names and genders and forms). These Joeys form an army in order to keep the balance between science and magic used in the Altiverse. This book focuses on the villains who wish to use magic to dominate the Altiverse.It is a quick read, and there are some questions that could have been delved more into. It made me wonder about what makes [...]

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