Baukov šegrt

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Baukov egrt Kod Bauka su na nauk dolazili mnogi ali ih je veoma malo zavr ilo obuku re e mama a i oni koji jesu nisu mu ni do kolena Slabi i su neznalice ili kukavice To su prevaranti koji napla uju lo e ob

  • Title: Baukov šegrt
  • Author: Joseph Delaney Aleksandra Čabraja
  • ISBN: 9788674368541
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kod Bauka su na nauk dolazili mnogi, ali ih je veoma malo zavr ilo obuku , re e mama, a i oni koji jesu, nisu mu ni do kolena Slabi i su, neznalice ili kukavice To su prevaranti koji napla uju lo e obavljene poslove Sada je sve na tebi, sine Ti si poslednja prilika Poslednja nada Tomas Vord, sedmi sin sedmog sina, postaje Baukov egrt Posao je te ak, Bauk nepristu Kod Bauka su na nauk dolazili mnogi, ali ih je veoma malo zavr ilo obuku , re e mama, a i oni koji jesu, nisu mu ni do kolena Slabi i su, neznalice ili kukavice To su prevaranti koji napla uju lo e obavljene poslove Sada je sve na tebi, sine Ti si poslednja prilika Poslednja nada Tomas Vord, sedmi sin sedmog sina, postaje Baukov egrt Posao je te ak, Bauk nepristupa an, a mnogi egrti pre njega lo e su zavr ili Tomas e morati da nau i kako da isteruje duhove i vezuje ve tice i bukavce Ali kad ga Majka Malkin, najopasnija ve tica u kraju, prevarom navede da je oslobodi, po inje pravi u as Uzbudljivo zastra uju e , Funday Times

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    1. Evgeny on said:

      Warning: my long and boring rants follow. There are some things that bug me and this review happened to be a good place for them. Sorry.If you own a farm you never split it between your children, otherwise several generations later there will be nothing left to split. You give the farm to the oldest child which leaves you a very tough problem to find a place in life for the rest of your kids. Now imagine you have seven sons - and you yourself were the seventh son, but managed to come up with som [...]

    2. ✘✘ Sarah ✘✘ (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans) on said:

      I read YA and survived. Imagine that.Now now, no need to be slightly horrified, my Little Barnacles, or fear for the future of the planet. The fact that I did not convulse while reading the book doesn't mean I loved it. Which means doom and destruction will have to wait for a bit [insert sighs of utter, total and complete relief here]. Okay, to be honestly honest, I didn't, you know, not love the book and stuff. I might even have enjoyed it a little. ← you didn't read that. You're drunk. But I [...]

    3. Mario on said:

      'Warning: Not to be Read after Dark' This is written on the back of the book. And I really wish I took that advice. Cause for a children's/ya book, this one is freaking scary.From the beginning this book grabbed my attention, and it held it all the way to the end. I liked the characters, especially Tom and Alice. I loved how Tom grew throughout this book, and I enjoyed reading about his journey. I liked the world, this was set in. I also really liked where the story went, and there were even som [...]

    4. Amelia, the pragmatic idealist on said:

      Excellent! Excellent! Excellent!I have a very, very good feeling about the rest of the books in the Wardstone Chronicles after completing this book (it's called Revenge of the Witch in the US) - First of all, a very, very engaging and rather original plot! It's similar to HARRY POTTER in this: both take place in England, and both have a lot to do with folkoric creatures and legends: witches, boggarts, and the like. But there's where the similarities end. You can read the synopsis up at the top a [...]

    5. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) on said:

      I'd really rather give this one 4.5 stars, because it was an excellent book. Although a young adult book, it is definitely sophisticated enough for an adult to enjoy it (I don't consider myself sophisticated, but I still think a person who is would like it). I liked that the suspense builds. There are no cheap thrills or shock value scares. Instead, the author takes his time and builds up the menace so that you spend your time trying to prepare yourself for the scare. Even still, you won't hear [...]

    6. Marian on said:

      Intensely scary. There was a time or two I raced up the stairs to jump into the safety of my bed after listening to this book. Thank goodness I'm left-handed which, according to the book, gives me a slight advantage over anything creepy that goes bump in the night. One star had to go for things like coffin maggots and carnivorous hogs--gross!Of the books I have recently listened to on CD this one has the best narration by far. It is excellent.

    7. Gorgona Grim on said:

      "Baukov šegrt" je prva od 13 knjiga u serijalu, kod nas je naravno i jedina prevedena (hvala u i Googleu na postojanju). Pomalo mi je krivo zbog toga jer je ovo jedna od boljih knjiga za mlade koju sam pročitala u poslednjih nekoliko godina.Pre svega, otvara nam se novi svet u kojem postoje raznolika bića za koje smo delimično čuli: veštice, bukavci, duhovi, a tu su i različite biljke koje je potrebno izučavati u okviru botanike i mnogo toga drugog. Kako bi se održao mir i zaštitili ne [...]

    8. Xabi1990 on said:

      Bah!, nada nuevo ni especialmente bien contado. Brujas secuestraniños y un aprendiz de brujo ( en terminología Sapkovskiana) que aquí llaman Espectro. Lo dicho, prescindible. Tres estrellas porque al menos me lo he acabado. ¡Anda, si hay peli del libro! Pues para la famosa madre del topo.

    9. Jonathan Terrington on said:

      As has grown it seems there are more and more people looking for recommendations for YA series in a similar vein to Harry Potter or The Hunger Games. As you can guess from the tangent I'm making: this is one of those books.If you're not into Dark Young Adult Fantasy then it may take you a minute to adjust to this book. And I must warn you that the series gets darker and darker - highlighting the 'adult' part of young adult. But all that said, there is a film adaptation on the way, along with th [...]

    10. Mel on said:

      This was pretty good! I enjoyed it. It wasn't much and it wasn't complicated but I liked this as a simple middle grade fantasy series. I don't have a lot to say about it, but I will likely continue with the series!

    11. Shadowdenizen on said:

      I liked this book overall, certainly far better than the movie based on it!A little slow-paced initally, but very moody and evocative, and certainly seems to set the stage for some plot threads to be followed up in further books.3.5 stars(Rounded up to 4.)

    12. Nikoleta on said:

      Ο μαθητευόμενος του Σπουκ είναι ένα καλό παραδοσιακό βιβλίο φαντασίας, σε μερικές στιγμές του λίγο πιο σκοτεινό και για αυτό το λόγο παρότι ακολουθεί τη πεπατημένη, είναι ακατάλληλο για τις πιο μικρές ηλικίες αναγνωστών. Όμως στάθηκε αδύνατον να μην το αγαπήσω ιδιαίτερα, δ [...]

    13. Tatjana on said:

      Simpatična priča predominantno YA žanra, no lako je mentalno se vratiti u te godine obzirom na izuzetno lagan, pitak stil pisanja. Kome treba psihičko opuštanje - topla preporuka!

    14. Cooper on said:

      Although clearly written as a children's book (over explanation and reminders of what has previously occurred) - it is quite dark, with bone witches and strip the flesh from fresh corpses and blood witches that drain blood from living children, eat babies and make blood cakes to increase their strength. It does a good job of watering these parts down, but they are still there, I would not recommend it for it's target audience, and it definitely would not be night time reading for that age unless [...]

    15. Mike (the Paladin) on said:

      Okay.t let give a sort of introduction. I liked this book, and that's a relief as the last several YA books I've read have been, disappointing. Since I read the Harry Potter books (each as it came out) "with" my own children (though they were grown by the time the series completed) I've continued occasionally reading a YA book as some of them are excellent and not to be missedeven if "we" are old, grown-up, and decrepit. LOLNow as to this book. I considered giving it a lower rating, and after th [...]

    16. Victoria on said:

      Vraiment très sympa ! C'est jeunesse, mais certains moments font frissonner, et l'univers en général est très intéressant, avec diverses créatures maléfiques, et une ambiance qui s'assombrit Je lirai avec plaisir la suite à l'occasion !Mention spéciale pour les petits bonus de mon édition: une carte, une présentation des personnages, des pages du carnet de Tom

    17. Anne on said:

      2.5 starsI read this in the hopes it would be something my son might want to read. I'm thinking this wouldn't really be his thing, though. The setting is 'old-timey' and the writing is a bit dry compared to what he normally seems to prefer. I had a pretty easy time putting it down, and considering it took me three days to read 160 pages? YeahI'm probably not going to be passing this one on to him.Anyhoo, this would probably work for a kid who is looking for a spooky series, and doesn't mind the [...]

    18. Netta on said:

      ספר פנטזיה משובח, ממתק לחובבי הארי פוטר ודומיו. קראתי הכי לאט שיכולתי כדי שלא יגמר ונהניתי מכל רגע.ישנה טענה בגנות השוביניזם הבוטה של "הצל", אחת משתי הדמויות הראשיות בספר, אך עד כמה שהעניין צורם, מדובר בשיקוף של הדמות הספציפית, ולא כתפיסת עולם המאפיינת את הספר.מצער מאד שיתר ספר [...]

    19. Stuart on said:

      Spook’s is such a quaint English tale that it almost disarms you when the real horror begins.Spook’s Apprentice is was a YA debut novel by Joseph Delaney, so I’ll be find *crosses heart*. Spook’s is one of those a-typical British fantasy novels, where it takes a lot of influences through the English countryside and English mannerisms (J R R Tolken, C S Lewis etc). It reminded me of sitting in front of the TV when I was 10, watching The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe being scared half t [...]

    20. Maria on said:

      Σε αυτό το βιβλίο πίστευα πως θα διάβαζα άλλη μια ιστορία για μάγους και μαθητευόμενους. Κι όμως ξεχωρίζει αρκετά απο τα υπόλοιπα τέτοιου είδους που κυκλοφορούν. Οι σκοτεινές εικόνες που σου μεταφέρει ανά σελίδα του σε εξιτάρουν και προσωπικά το ευχαριστήθηκα αρκετά.

    21. Cait (Paper Fury) on said:

      While it was good it was decidedly ungreat, which disappoints me. I'm a HUGE fan of Rangers Apprentice:The Ruins of Gorlan and The False Princewhich seemed to have a similar vibe to The Spook's Apprentice. So I fully expected to adore this! I honestly felt much to old. Which is sad, because I agree with CS Lewis on his quote "A children's story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children's story in the slightest.” <-- Very wise. So that's why I'm confused that I didn't attac [...]

    22. Traci on said:

      This “young adult” book actually offers more chills and thrills than adult horror books I have read. Surprisingly well written. There were moments that actually made me have that feeling we all know of when we are watching a horror movie and we want to cover our eyes. The language and words the author chose made for a very eerie atmosphere. In my limited experience in reading horror (Stephen King, John Saul) I have rarely gotten frightened by anything I have read. Though when it comes to mov [...]

    23. Charity on said:

      So the other day I was bored (common occurrence with me) and plucked the movie "Seventh Son" off the library shelf even though most of the reviews said it was rubbish, and two hours later I thought, "Eh, that wasn't too bad, bet the book is better."Imagine my surprise when the movie is almost nothing like the book and the book, had it been turned into a movie, is about a hundred times creepier than anything the movie came up with. I liked the book a lot. The boggart who fixes breakfast and takes [...]

    24. JP Capili on said:

      Plot: A young boy apprentices to the Spook and learns to defend the County and combat the growing threat from the witches.Good: interesting plot, good illustrationsBad: no character depthI have decided to give this book a shot because it is being adapted into a major film. This was definitely a children's book, but the horror element may be too gory for very young kids. The writing was simple. It had an interesting plot, but the characters were under-developed. The book felt more like a summary [...]

    25. Elizabetha on said:

      En realidad 4.5, sólo porque me hubiese gustado que desarrollara algunas partes de la trama de una manera más extensa, pero, a veces (como decía mi profesora de Historia Moderna), menos es más :) Se agradece, pues esto es algo que generalmente los autores de literatura juvenil no entienden y es así como nos llenamos de trilogías innecesarias y de libros que, más que tramas bien construidas, le sobran hojas.La historia engancha, la prosa está muy bien utilizada y hay partes que realmente [...]

    26. Sesana on said:

      Neat world building. I like how Delaney draws from Medieval ideas about witches, while still having a lot of elements that strike me as being rather original. The witches are really quite dangerous, and the options for dealing with them are very limited. Adds a nice bit of tension. Unfortunately, the story depends on the main character doing something very foolish for no apparent reason. For somebody training to be what is essentially an exorcist, he's horribly lacking in genre savvy. I mean, if [...]

    27. Jessica on said:

      How did I not know about this series sooner? I mean, I vaguely remember seeing them in bookstores . . . but NO ONE has told me to read them! I picked this up when I saw the trailer for the (rather silly-looking) movie version that is coming with Jeff Bridges and Ben Barnes. And what did I find? An excellent fantasy adventure, set in a place that feels very much like witch-hunt era England (or even America), about a young man who is apprenticing as a witch hunter. It was fast-paced, it was pretty [...]

    28. Simona Stoica on said:

      O serie perfectalarisme/chef/carti/76-car„Să vezi viitorul este periculos şi să dezvălui ce vezi este de două ori mai periculos. Magistrul tău trebuie să-şi urmeze calea lui. Trebuie să-şi găsească propria lui cale. Fiecare dintre noi are o voinţă liberă. Dar există o întunecare înaintea noastră şi trebuie să fac tot ce îmi stă în puteri să preîntâmpin lucrurile cele mai rele care s-ar putea întâmpla.”

    29. Clarice on said:

      Although this is categorized as a Young Adult book and has a little blood and gore, to me it really seems tame enough to read with your 7+ year-olds, probably ok for 11+ year-olds to read on their own and might appeal to some adults as well. The story is told in first person from the 12-year-old protagonist’s perspective. He is the 7th son of a 7th son, and, although he does have a “gift”, he is not a super-hero. He is a very likable and believable character. He is not supremely self-confi [...]

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