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The Most Beautiful Place Joschko Was Fourteen When He Left The Little Fishing Village Of Igrane To Find The Most Beautiful Place On Earth, A Place Where He Could Do Something Special, Something Magnificent With His Friend, The Little Brown Donkey, Joschko Travelled For Almost A Year He Met People Who Dissapointed Him And People Who Were Kind And Always He Remembered What An Old Woman Said To Him You Must Know That People Are Weak All The People In The World Joschko Did Not Find His Place With The Gipsies He Met Nor In The City Which Enchanted And Dazzled Him Nor In The Valleys And Fertile Plains Nor In The Loneliness Of The Mountains But He Learned Many Things About The World And The People In It He Learned Something About Life And Death And About Himself, And At Last He Found The Most Beautiful Place Description From Dust Jacket.

4 thoughts on “The Most Beautiful Place

  1. says:

    This is hard to rate, most of the story was 4 or 5 stars for us but last page changed this.Joschko is an orphan who lives in a remote fishing village They are poor but have the sun and the sea, singing and enough to eat Joschko listens to the men talk of the world beyond the village and he decides to look for a place, a most beautiful place, so after mentioning his decision to the adults who either weren t listening or didn t believe him he leaves and sets off on a long journey.We enjoyed how this book didn t tell us where the story was set, although we could have found this out perhaps if we had researched some clues We love donkey stories and bought this book on the strength of the donkey being rescued by Joschko and becoming a friend We loved Margery Gill s cover artwork We liked the way it was told in a detached way that read like a folk stor...

  2. says:

    Although like my GR friend Hilary, I have found the ending of Gina Ruck Pauqu t s The Most Beautiful Place which I actually ended up reading in the German original Joschko dismal and frustrating, my main objections are not really all that much because Joschko s donkey is killed although indeed, I would personally have preferred a postive and less horrid outcome for the pair and do find the pretty graphic nature of the author s description of the donkey being attacked and mauled by wolves a bit potentially problematic in a novel clearly meant for Middle Grade readers, not to mention that novels depicting wolves as generally vicious also tend to make me rather angry No, what has actually been the most annoying and problematic for me on both a personal and intellectual level is how The Most Beautiful Place ends so abruptly and nonsensically, with the police who had been searching for Joschko for weeks to return him to his home, to the fishing village of Igrane, suddenly being of the opinion that he can find his own way home and simply leave, and that the explanation of the old woman to Esra that Joschko s donkey had to die to demonstrate to him that life is both darkness and light and that one has to experience both in order to be truly human f...

  3. says:

    Because I need to find out what the author meant by the ending as described by H

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