Tuesday, May 04, 2010

First German Review of D2L!

I'm like the David Hasselhoff of zombie fiction! No, not because of my physique. Not because of the awesome videos you can find on YouTube of me drunk and eating a hamburger. But because Germans LOVE ME! (And Justin Bieber doesn't know who I am, either!)

But, here's the review!

"Ich habe das Buch heute in einem Rutsch gelesen und kann jetzt, wo die Eindrücke noch frisch sind sagen, dass es mir sehr gut gefallen hat. Die Atmosphäre ist sehr dicht, durch die vielen Beschreibungen wirkt die Geschichte zum Greifen nahe. Dem Autor ist es gelungen, die apokalyptische Welt, die von Zombies beherrscht wird, so farbig zu gestalten, dass man das Buch kaum aus der Hand legen kann und unbedingt weiter lesen möchte. Es erinnert beim Lesen auch an einige Zombiefilme, zB. 28 days later, was trotzdem nicht negativ ist. Ich kann es nur empfehlen."

And the I-Google mechanical translation:

"I have read the book in one go today and can now, when the impressions are still fresh to say that I liked it very well. The atmosphere is very dense, by the many descriptions of the story seems close enough to touch. The author has succeeded in the apocalyptic world dominated by zombies make, so colorful that you can hardly put the book out of his hand and absolutely want to read more. It also remembers reading some zombie movies, for example. 28 days later, which still is not a negative. I can recommend it."

1 Comments:

Blogger Stewart Sternberg said...

There is something romantic about the German in a strange way. I think I'll change my name to dunkelhurst. Hmm...that's not spelled right. Darkheart.

10:39 AM  

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