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5d80d7912b Contents 1 Plot 1.1 Hans-Thomas 1.2 Sticky bun book 1.3 Crossing over of worlds 2 Reception 3 References . The sticky bun book tells the story of an old baker whose grandfather gave him a drink of a wonderful liquid he called Rainbow Fizz (Rainbow Soda in the American edition). Whilst on their journey, a strange little bearded man at a petrol station gives Hans-Thomas a magnifying glass, saying mystically: "You'll need it!" and persuades them to drive the long route that takes them through a small village by the name of Dorf. that are ingenious and startling", reminding the reviewer of the philosophical fantasies of the Victorian writer George MacDonald, too much of the book is "repetitious, the imagery hazy, the conclusions unsurprising". Kirkus Reviews. Hans-Thomas begins to read the tiny book using his new magnifying glass and the story then alternates between Hans-Thomas's journey and the story in the sticky bun book. Home>>Ebook. References.
The two stories of Hans Thomas's journey and the events in the sticky bun book start to overlap:. Its main target audience is young adults, but the themes of the book transcend any age group. On the island lived an old sailor called Frode as well as 53 other people who did not have names and they referred to themselves as the numbers on playing cards (52 cards plus a Joker). Kabalmysteriet won Gaarder the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature in 1990.. Not long afterwards, Hans-Thomas and his father stop at a roadside caf in this village, then Hans-Thomas wanders around the village and gets a giant sticky bun from the village's kind baker to eat on his journey. The review concludes that the book is "Fascinating and frustrating in equal measure.". The baffling thing for Hans Thomas is that he stopped for the cake merely by chance, and chose to eat a sticky bun by chance - how is it possible that a tiny book from a random bun is telling him things about his own life?.