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Krabat Krabat das ist ein j hriger Waisenjunge, im Gro raum Lausitz Dresden, im Jahrhundert, der ein Bettlerleben f hrt Eines Tages sucht er sein Gl ck bei einem M llermeister, der ihn zu sich lockt und als Geselle anstellt Sofort stellt sich heraus, dass mehr hinter dem Meister stecken muss Dunkle Magie, Intrigen, T uschungen, Vertrauen, Freundschaft, Rache und ja, auch die Liebe zeichnen die folgende Geschichte aus Dies alles bildet eine zauberhafte Erz hlung, die m rchenhaft und spannend beschrieben wird

About the Author: Otfried Preußler

Otfried Preu ler sometimes spelled as Otfried Preussler was a German children s books author His best known works are The Robber Hotzenplotz and The Satanic Mill Krabat.He won the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis in 1972 for Krabat.He has sold roughly 50 million copies worldwide.He was born in Liberec German Reichenberg , Czechoslovakia His forefathers had lived in this area since the 15th century, working in the glass industry His parents were teachers After he graduated school in 1942, in the midst of World War II, he was drafted into the Wehrmacht Heer Although he survived the military action on the Eastern Front, he was taken prisoner as a 21 year old lieutenant in 1944 He spent the next five years in various POW camps in the Tatar Republic After his release in June 1949, he was lucky to find his displaced relatives and his fianc e, Annelies Kind in the Bavarian town of Rosenheim They celebrated their wedding that same year Between 1953 and 1970 he was initially a primary school teacher, then a school principal in Rosenheim There his talents as a storyteller and illustrator were put to good use, and often the stories he told the children would later be written down and published Preu ler died on February 18, 2013 in Prien, Chiemsee.

10 thoughts on “Krabat

  1. Manny Manny says:

    Excuse me for sounding smug, but I have managed to read a book in German A real book, 250 pages long with no pictures And, unlike earlier attempts, I did not cheat in any way there was no accompanying parallel text, I didn t look anything up in a dictionary and I hadn t previousl

  2. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    I m not really much of a fantasy reader I find it difficult to get into fantasy novels, especially those set in medieval places it s kind of clich , but The Satanic Mill is definitely a special case with its 16th Century German scene By the way, don t be put off by the Satan thing in the

  3. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* Shelby *trains flying monkeys* says:

    Krabat has dreams of a near by mill The pull is too strong and he ends up going there The Master takes him in and he becomes that needed twelfth to keep the mill going That mill is not just a mill though On Fridays they are taught the black arts by the master.I love folk fairy tales and expected

  4. Manny Manny says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here My German has improved, and I felt compelled to reread this beautiful and poetic novel First time round, I had to guess too many words now I appreciated it properly.The simple and powerful story is divided into three books,

  5. Suzanne Suzanne says:

    As I m rereading my favorite books from childhood, I find myself having to reset my rating system After reading The Satanic Mill, for instance, I see that some other books I noted as 5 stars are really 4, and some 4 stars are really 3.This book is flat out good For a book about good and evil it s free of saccah

  6. Hank Horse Hank Horse says:

    A spooky and humane classic Our young orphan Krabat apprentices at a mill, which turns out to be a magic school farsinister than Hogwarts Essentially a fairy tale, the story resonates on many levels.One of the things I love about it is the way Ottfried Preussler portrays the world of magic as having limits The powerful

  7. Steelwhisper Steelwhisper says:

    A re read Brilliant.

  8. Caren Caren says:

    When I read that this book had been an inspiration for the likes of writers Cornelia Funke and Neil Gaiman, my curiosity was piqued The book appeared in German in 1971 and was translated into English soon after It was re released this year by New York Review of Books in their collection of classic children s titles.The author grew up

  9. Kathrin Kathrin says:

    Krabat as a story is very dear to me although I never read the book But I am familiar with the movie based on the book and I ve seen numerous theatrical adaptions in the last years Supposedly, a children s book Krabat is the rather dark story of a young boy with said name Krabat is an orphan facing a dire faith in 17th century Germany One day

  10. Kate Kate says:

    3.5 Disclaimer I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Krabat is a young boy who is strangely compelled to travel to an old Mill, once there he becomes an apprentice to the miller and his other workers This is no ordinary mill and Krabat learns that the master uses the mill to teach black magic and that once

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