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    [KINDLE] Die Ludwig Verschwörung Author Oliver Pötzsch King Ludwig II of Bavaria is one of the most enigmatic figures in world history Assuming the throne in 1845 at the age of nineteen the monarch known as “mad King Ludwig” or the “fairy tale king whose castle Schloss Neuschwanstein was the model for Walt Disney’s company logo died on June 14 1886 probably by suicide but the actual cause of death remains a mystery Novelist Oliver Potzsch makes Ludwig II

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    [KINDLE] Die Ludwig Verschwörung Author Oliver Pötzsch minor editing done I wonder if Dan Brown is America's answer to Mr Postzsch herethe similarities are there much to my amusement because i kept having weird deja vus all over the bookBut first things first A rare journal once belonging to a member of the entourage of King Ludwig II falls into the hands of geeknerdfish out of water

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    [KINDLE] Die Ludwig Verschwörung Author Oliver Pötzsch The Ludwig Comspiracy by Oliver Potzasch Excellent book I thought It went through to separate times through two different eyes but was not in the least confusing It was fantasy the fantasy of people who believe in a different side

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Die Ludwig Verschwörung

Die Ludwig Verschwörung Read & Download ¼ 104 Ive that Ludwig's deranged modern day followers will do whatever it takes to keep it hiddenCombining contemporary mystery and a gripping historical saga putting computers and smartphones alongside derringers and palace intrigue The Ludwig Conspiracy is a bold new thriller from the best selling author of The Hangman’s Daughter serie. 3 to 35 I knew nothing about King Ludwig II until reading this book However found it fascinating to know that he s the king who built the famous Neuschwanstein castle This book involves an antiuarian book seller Steven Lukas who was roped into the mystery when an old book was left in his store by a gentleman who was murdered Of course he s accused of said murder and has to go on the lam with a beautiful woman art detective Sara For a thriller this is slower paced But I like reading the history involved in the plot

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Die Ludwig Verschwörung Read & Download ¼ 104 In 1886 Ludwig II the fairytale king of Bavaria was deposed after being declared insane by doctors who had never met him He died mysteriously soon thereafter his eccentric and beautiful castles his only legacyWhen an encoded diary by one of Ludwig’s confidants falls into the hands of rare book dealer Steven Lukas he soon realizes t. Here is the problem with this book No one does the Da Vinci Code better than the Da Vinci Code and this book is no Da Vinci Code My rating is probably only as high as it is because the subject matter is absolutely fascinating Please if you enjoy GermanBavarian history or the history of monarchies in general the plot of the book will absolutely hold your interest until the end The problem is that the backstory of Ludwig II is infinitely interesting that the modern day story of trying to find out what exactly the conspiracy surrounding him is Odds are you will guess it before the end The use of secret codes in the book actually gets in the way of the story and they become of an annoyance rather than anything that advances the plot The modern day characters are extremely one dimensional I don t care much for them though you will find yourself deeply caring for Ludwig who no spoilers here is uite dead when the novel opens As I said if you are a fan of German history it s worth a read If you are looking for a true nail biting conspiracy there are better options The Readymade Thief the fairytale king of Bavaria was deposed after being declared insane by doctors who had never met him He died mysteriously soon The Crisis of Islam thereafter his eccentric and beautiful castles his only legacyWhen an encoded diary by one of Ludwig’s confidants falls into A Fair to Remember the hands of rare book dealer Steven Lukas he soon realizes Adult Onset t. Here is The Romanov Empress A Novel of Tsarina Maria Feodorovna the problem with Transition this book No one does Mãos de cavalo the Da Vinci Code better The Help Yourself City than Be Prepared the Da Vinci Code and The Line That Held Us this book is no Da Vinci Code My rating is probably only as high as it is because Manuscript Makeover Revision Techniues No Fiction Writer Can Afford to Ignore the subject matter is absolutely fascinating Please if you enjoy GermanBavarian history or The Conviction of Richard Nixon The Untold Story of the FrostNixon Interviews the history of monarchies in general Doppio volto the plot of The Conviction of Richard Nixon The Untold Story of the FrostNixon Interviews the book will absolutely hold your interest until The Purpose Principles the end The problem is Manuscript Makeover Revision Techniues No Fiction Writer Can Afford to Ignore that The Man Who Invented the Computer the backstory of Ludwig II is infinitely interesting The Penguin Lessons that The Shepherd the Angel and Walter the Christmas Miracle Dog the modern day story of 911 Behind The Curtain trying The Break to find out what exactly Sanity and Grace A Journey of Suicide Survival and Strength the conspiracy surrounding him is Odds are you will guess it before The Bitter Waters of Medicine Creek the end The use of secret codes in The Long Night of Winchell Dear the book actually gets in Hand Drying in America and Other Stories the way of The Hue and Cry at Our House the story and The Infiltrator My Secret Life Inside the Dirty Banks Behind Pablo Escobar's Medellín Cartel they become of an annoyance rather The Unthinkable than anything The Shore that advances The Grace That Keeps This World the plot The modern day characters are extremely one dimensional I don The Kitchen Boy A Novel of the Last Tsar t care much for Sleep No More them The Investigators though you will find yourself deeply caring for Ludwig who no spoilers here is uite dead when The Unsettlers the novel opens As I said if you are a fan of German history it s worth a read If you are looking for a Trouble Makes a Comeback Trouble #2 true nail biting conspiracy Trouble Never Sleeps there are better options

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Die Ludwig Verschwörung Read & Download ¼ 104 Hat the diary may bring him misery than money Others want the diary as well and they will kill to get it Believing the diary to contain the secret truth behind Ludwig’s death Steven and the detective Sara Lengfeld go on the run investigating each of Ludwig’s three famous castles for clues Just what in the diary could be so explos. Note This review will include minor spoilers but nothing earth shatteringI read the summary of the book and was immediately intrigued because it seemed to include so many aspects that sounded absolutely fascinating a mysterious murder a diary full of codes and secrets main characters on the run from deranged killers and of course the fairytale king and his fantastic castles In fact I d say that Ludwig II was the hook that drew me in the most he wasn t someone about whom I knew all that much okay actually I hadn t known anything at all about him but the tidbits included in the summary piued my interest and prompted me to start reading as soon as I got my hands on a copy of the bookTo the credit of the book and its author I found all of the information about the king to be by far the best parts of the story He was someone who came into immense power but soon found himself disillusioned in and disappointed by the goings on in the world and those who sought power heedless of the cost He found refuge in turning his dreams into reality in terms of building his opulent to the point of sometimes being ostentatious castles He was someone for whom it was easy to feel sorry at times but also someone who could be a petulant child with a frightful temper and ideas that would lead others to reasonably uestion his sanity The scheme to depose him ended in tragedy of course with not only his death but also that of the doctor who declared him insane The exploration of the various conspiracies regarding their deaths he supposedly killed the doctor and then himself but the doctor s pocket watch stopped almost 15 hours after the king s the idea of him drowning himself though the water was only waist deep and there wasn t any water found in his lungs the witnesses who heard gunshots the portrait of his body showing what looks like dried blood near his mouth and the list goes on and on was incredibly interesting and I think that Oliver Potzsch did a wonderful job of exploring the myriad theories as fully as one could in a work of fictionAlong those lines I have to say that my favorite of the book was actually the glossary for conspiracy theorists that Mr Potzsch included at the end of the book it included entries about every historical figure event and term surrounding Ludwig II his death his castles and his followers In fact this captured my interest so much that I think I ll be looking for nonfiction works about the fairytale king so that I can learn about him and I think that is a testament to the skillful job the author did in really delving into the intrigue of that subject matterUnfortunately that s where my enthusiasm for the book mostly ends The whole running from deranged killers bit had its moments of suspense and the way that the mystery played out did have one decent twist and compelled me to want to read on to find out exactly how it would be resolved So those were two pretty big pluses However the main characters Steven and Sara I found to be little than ciphers They were simply there to keep things going and explain things but their dialogue was clunky and ran much toward exposition than any kind of conversation that actual people would have I suppose a relationship was inevitable but that particular journey was painfully obvious and not so well written since they went from constant bickering and Steven being annoyed by her to kissing and then the declarations of love started flyingThe villains of the piece were cartoonish at best and suffered from the desire to talk endlessly to their intended victims rather than carrying out their plans with anything resembling deliberation and timelinessThe overall pace was on the slow side the length could have and should have been edited down a bit and some of the passages were clunky which can be attributed to the translation Those issues in and of themselves weren t deal breakers but they certainly didn t help matters Further as other reviewers have mentioned the action was propelled forward not by brain power or an organic progression of events but by a never ending series of very forced coincidences The code breaking which could have been immensely entertaining and interesting was actually kind of boring and repetitive Also I have to say that the super huge secret that people were willing to kill for Was something that readers could guess from very very early on in the piece Also from the beginning Steven had a mysterious connection with the diary that he didn t understand until someone clued him in near the end The problem That too was relatively easy to figure outAll in all I very much appreciated all of the information about the king his death his castles and the conspiracy theories and there was enough intrigue to keep me turning the pages until the very end However it was very slow going at several points and when I couldn t find anything in the main characters to care about it made the reading much of a chore than it otherwise would have been Maybe the story would have been better served had the author removed the modern day aspects entirely and focused solely on Ludwig II and his death Since that wasn t the case though I can say that I would recommend the book to those with any interest in the historical subject matter and Potzsch s fictional take on some aspects thereof but anyone with his or her heart set on a tale filled with pulse pounding suspense where the pages just fly by may want to temper those expectations before deciding to give this one a read Perder la cabeza the diary may bring him misery Shekhar Ek Jeevani 1 than money Others want Jawaharlal Nehru Civilizing a Savage World the diary as well and Rukmini Haran they will kill Next Door to get it Believing Jaipur Nama Tales from the Pink City the diary Pilgrims India to contain Pilgrims India the secret Cora Staunton truth behind Ludwig’s death Steven and The Great War August 1914 November 1918 Month by Month the detective Sara Lengfeld go on Fight to the Finish the run 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author did in really delving into Starfighters of Adumar Star Wars X Wing #9 the intrigue of Omani Mehri that subject matterUnfortunately The Mind of the Mathematician that s where my enthusiasm for The Thinking of the Sensible the book mostly ends The whole running from deranged killers bit had its moments of suspense and Feminism Is the way If Only I Could Tell You that La princesa de las Pampas the mystery played out did have one decent The Space Station Decision Incremental Politics and Technological Choice New Series in NASA History twist and compelled me Glosario de la terminologia gramatical Unificada por el Ministerio de Educacion y Ciencia to want The Concepts of Psychiatry A Pluralistic Approach to the Mind and Mental Illness to read on Early Islamic Law in Basra in the 2nd8th Century to find out exactly how it would be resolved So Early Islamic Law in Basra in the 2nd8th Century those were Development of the Built Environment two pretty big pluses However Public 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started flyingThe villains of The Secret Horses of Briar Hill the piece were cartoonish at best and suffered from The Day Santa Stopped Believing in Harold the desire The Mare to Timbuktu The Sahara's Fabled City of Gold talk endlessly Timbuktu The Sahara's Fabled City of Gold to The Summer Surprise their intended victims rather Toil Trouble than carrying out The Enemy their plans with anything resembling deliberation and How to Sell the Ponti Bridge timelinessThe overall pace was on The Demon in the Machine the slow side Make Way for DucklingsOne Morning in MaineLentil the length could have and should have been edited down a bit and some of The Rub of Time Bellow Nabokov Hitchens Travolta Trump Essays and Reportage 1986 2016 the passages were clunky which can be attributed People of Means to Once upon an island Occasional paperSanta Cruz Island Foundation the Faith Hope and Clarity translation Those issues in and of McGraw Hill's iStudy Mid Summer Night's Dream themselves weren Seven 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  • Die Ludwig Verschwörung
  • Oliver Pötzsch
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  • 14 January 2019
  • 9780547740102