!!> Reading ➶ Coraline ➮ Author Neil Gaiman – Furosemidelasix.info

Coraline De Dag Na De Verhuizing Gaat Coraline Op Verkenning Hun Nieuwe Flat Heeft Eenentwintig Ramen En Veertien Deuren Dertien Gaan Open En Dicht De Veertiende Zit Op Slot Volgens Haar Moeder Zit Er Een Blinde Muur Achter, Maar Als Coraline Hem Opent, Ontdekt Ze Een Donkere Gang Naar Een Andere Flat, Die Veel Weg Heeft Van De Hare Alles Lijkt Er Geweldig Het Eten Is Beter In De Speelgoedkist Zitten Opwind Engelen Die Door De Kamer Fladderen En Boeken Met Plaatjes Die Kronkelen En Sidderen En Flikkeren Maar Er Is Ook Iemand Die Zich Haar Andere Moeder Noemt Iemand Met Knopenogen En Lange Witte Vingers De Andere Moeder Wil Coraline Veranderen En Nooit Meer Laten Gaan Coraline Weet Te Ontsnappen, Maar Ontdekt Dat Haar Ouders Zijn Gestolen Ze Zal Moeten Terugkeren Naar De Andere Kant Van De Deur Om Ze Te Redden, Als Dat Kan

10 thoughts on “Coraline

  1. says:

    I ve read this book many different times in many different ways I read it off the page when it first came out Later, I listened to Gaiman s narration of the audiobook when I was sequestered in the north woods of Wisconsin in a desperate attempt to fi

  2. says:

    Coraline is a short but delightfully dark and creepy book that just happens to feature one of my absolute favorite characters Is it wrong that I want to be Coraline s best friend Because, she said, when you re scared but you still do it anyway, that s braveCo

  3. says:

    Has anyone ever said to you time heals all wounds Well for the villain of this story that is clearly not the case It s easy to pinpoint Coraline s bravery and talk about her experience, but that s not what this review is about I want to consider the other mother and her

  4. says:

    I saw the film before I read the book, which is not how I like to do things, as it can often be like taping a hockey game and having someone tell you the final score before you ve had a chance to see the game for yourself However, I can say that seeing the film first didn t reall

  5. says:

    I was such a cowardly kid that I never managed to readthan the blurb on the backNow that I ve finally summoned the courage to give it a try I wish I read it sooner I love this novel Unlike Gaiman s fiction for adults, every sentence, every word has its purpose And finally, Gaiman does not

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    Edit I m sorry guys, I won t be able to post the review today because it s already midnight and I was busy REVIEW TO COME TOMORROWShe left us here said one of the voices she stole our hearts, and she stole our souls, and she took our lives away, and she left us here, and she forgot about us in the d

  7. says:

    This a perfect, traditional fairy tale, with a slightly surreal twenty first century warp The writing is as magical as the plot Its thirteen chapters are delightful, dark, and funny, with a heroine many can relate to, as child, parent, or both Coraline is intelligent, inquisitive, slightly contrary, hates bei

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    Coraline, not Caroline, thank you, the little girl who was small for her age, and found herself in darkest danger was the subject of Neil Gaiman s 2002 publication, which was in Gaiman s own words refreshingly creepy Gaiman said that he started writing the book for his young daughter Holly around the time they moved ..

  9. says:

    This is the perfect Halloween read It s creepy, eerie, and beautifully written Now I want to rewatch the movie I loved it D

  10. says:

    Coraline was woken by the mid morning sun, full on her face.For a moment she felt utterly dislocated She did not know where she was she was not entirely sure WHO she was It is astonishing just how much of what we are can be tied to the beds we wake up in in the morning, and it is astonishing how fragile that can be.This is like Stephen K

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