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Mengele zoo: Roman Unknown Binding – 1989


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  • Unknown Binding: 378 pages
  • Publisher: Solum (1989)
  • ISBN-10: 8256006366
  • ISBN-13: 978-8256006366
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Odland on 17 Feb. 2009
It is a wonderful book. A must read!
Voted "Folkets favoritt" (people's favourite) the 1st of June 2007 at Lillehammer literature festival.

An eco-crime novel.
Mengele Zoo is the story of a young boy, Mino, who is born in the rainforest in South America. From an early age he starts collecting butterflies as his father taught him and he loves the sounds, the colors, and the wonders of the rainforest. However, he simultaneously witness the destruction of the jungle done by multinational companies. Then one day, the disaster, the destruction and the extermination also strikes his village. Mino Aquiles Portuguesa is suddenly in the center of the rainforest tragedy. After this, Mino changes..He turns into a dreaded warrior with an unfulfilled need for revenge. Leader of a notorious organization, he goes out in the world and spread terror and fear.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Riverside on 2 Sept. 2011
I think it will be a long while before I read anything else by this author.
Just finished the book called "Mengele Zoo" by Gert N. The first half of the novel is believable, then it simply takes off in an effortless spree of terror actions conducted by a teenage boy that acts like a James Bond from the jungle. The story is unbelievable, the contents might hold a large substance of truth, but it is almost as if the substance of truth, if you will, takes precidence over the novel itself and that the authors own view and quest for nature preservation as well as radical political views shines through early on and kills the novel. The characters are indeed shallow, and if that book is considered one of his best then; Thanks, but no thanks to another one.
I am shocked it won the award it did in Norway, you might ask the question how wide of a representation from the entire population participated.
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