The Neverending Story by Michael Ende

By Michael Ende

Read the publication that encouraged the vintage coming-of-age film! From award-winning German writer Michael Ende, The Neverending tale is a vintage story of 1 boy and the e-book that magically involves life. 

When Bastian occurs upon an previous publication referred to as The Neverending Story, he is swept into the mystical global of Fantastica--so a lot that he unearths he has truly turn into a personality within the tale! And whilst he realizes that this mysteriously enchanted global is in nice hazard, he additionally discovers that he's the only selected to reserve it. Can Bastian conquer the barrier among fact and his mind's eye with the intention to keep Fantastica?

"An instant bounce into the mystical . . . lively, leading edge, and perceptive"—The Washington Post

"A trumpet blast for the imagination."—Sunday Times

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Much too long. But we both live in time. You a short time. We a long time. The Childlike Empress has always been there. But she's not old. She has always been young. She still is. Her life isn't measured by time, but by names. She needs a new name. She keeps needing new names. " "No," Atreyu admitted. " "You couldn't have," said Morla. "Not even we can remember it. Yet she has had many names. But they're all forgotten. Over and done with. But without a name she can't live. All the Childlike Empress needs is a new name, then she'll get well.

He remembered an old song: Better the huntsman Should perish in the swamps, For in the Dead Mountains There is a deep, deep chasm, Where dwelleth Ygramul the Many, The horror of horrors. Even if Atreyu had wanted to turn back and had known what direction to take, it would not have been possible. He had gone too far and could only keep on going. If only he himself had been involved, he might have sat down in a cave and quietly waited for death, as the Greenskin hunters did. But he was engaged in the Great Quest: the life of the Childlike Empress and of all Fantastica was at stake.

Came Urgl's angry voice from the cave. "Shame on you! " said Engywook with a sigh. " Atreyu asked. "Do you think they'll respect it? " "Yes, I suppose they are," said Engywook, shaking his apple-sized head. "But to respect it they'd have to see it. And they don't see anything. But their gaze would strike you. And I'm not so sure the sphinxes would obey the Childlike Empress. Maybe they are greater than she is. I don't know, I don't know. " Atreyu asked. "You will have to do what all the others have done.

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