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  • Die Haarteppichknüpfer
  • Andreas Eschbach
  • English
  • 21 March 2020
  • 9780765314901

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characters Die Haarteppichknüpfer characters Die Haarteppichknüpfer 100 Andreas Eschbach õ 0 characters Since the time of pre history carpetmakers tie intricate knots to form carpets for the court of the Emperor These carpets are made from the hairs of wives and daughters; they are so detailed and fragile that each carpetmaker finishes only on. Briefly I m no expert but I ve not read science fiction uite like that before Well written and it did entertain me In fullThere is a planet where fathers spend their lives making hair carpets They only use the finest hair from their wives and daughters Towards the end of their lives the carpets are sold and are said to enhance the glory of the Emperor s palace The money effectively keeps their families going until the son completes his hair carpet However there are stories of strange men who say that the empire has fallen and the Emperor is dead This must be heresy mustn t itSo starts the first story in this book I found it was engaging and deceptively simple The writing in this is very good in passing kudos to the translator too as this can make or break a book The stories are here are woven too and the you read the of the bigger picture you see This widening of the viewpoint builds steadily The setting appears to be a post apocalyptic one The Empire and the Emperor are all encompassing but are they really still there And why does the Emperor really want all the hair carpetsThe narrative is non linear narrative which left me puzzled sometimes Not all the stories were eually good for me either Those that did though were very good This really was uite unlike any other Sci Fi books that I ve read although I must confess it is a genre I only dip into from time to time The Hair Carpet Weavers is an unusual book with a lyrical feel to the writing and the stories This is not an action packed thriller the brain is far useful than ray guns While I do not consider this one of the best books I ve read I really enjoyed reading it If you are looking for something a little different in Sci Fi this rather strange book is well worth considering 455Note I received an advance digital copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a fair reviewhttpsviewsonorgukscience fictio

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characters Die Haarteppichknüpfer characters Die Haarteppichknüpfer 100 Andreas Eschbach õ 0 characters Ets What these strangers discover is beyond all belief than anything they could have ever imaginedBrought to the attention of Tor Books by Orson Scott Card this edition of The Carpet Makers contains a special introduction by Orson Scott Card. Overall I definitely enjoyed this book although there were some aspects of it that I didn t like so much The chapters jump around a bit there wasn t much in the way of female characters who weren t defined by sex and the reveal at the end came in a package I didn t find all that believableThat said the story that gets revealed was completely unexpected and goes to show what ultimate power can do It isn t a pretty sight I can t discuss the best aspect of the story without giving away the ending so although I don t claim that this is the best book ever it certainly is worth the read to find out what s behind the mystery It gives a lot of food for thought

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characters Die Haarteppichknüpfer characters Die Haarteppichknüpfer 100 Andreas Eschbach õ 0 characters E single carpet in his entire lifetimeThis art descends from father to son since the beginning of time itselfBut one day the empire of the God Emperor vanishes and strangers begin to arrive from the stars to follow the trace of the hair carp. The Carpet Makers is a well thought out expansive sci fi story that despite it s scope manages to deliver a simple morality tale about human nature during times of changeIt took me a few chapters to get used to the author s style Each chapter seemed to start a new narrative following a different group of characters with few repeat appearances from previous characters or story lines The book could almost be read as a collection of short stories A few chapters in I started to see the relationship between the seemingly disconnected narratives and began to enjoy putting together the puzzle pieces and unraveling the mysterySci fi fans who can appreciate a challenging mystery involving alien worlds an oppressive empire brave rebellion and a morality tale that touches the heart of human nature will definitely enjoy this book