The children’s novel Gindur is divided into 26 chapters and comprises approximately 150 pages of text (15 full-page illustrations). In the introduction we learn about the kingdom of Gindur, the king, his obsession and the other three main characters: Fish, Tuna, and the mysterious magician Sigurd, whom are waving magical powers.
It is impossible to get to the royal castle, if this king does not want people to come. As an unusual ruler the king is, he on his birthday, lowers the entrances to the labyrinth leading to the gate of the castle. The travellers must answers correctly the linguistic riddles. Sigurd (The Magician) asks his brother’s to come in instead of him with the desire to bring him a magic potion – čarovir. This is an unknown substance, that very stinks, and it will return power to him. He also gives them some useful tips, such as, not to walk just strait, since this may lead them into vicious forests, where ancient trees grow (sequins, magnolia, monkey breads, volumes …).
The two brothers, with their pet donkey, successfully master the riddles and in the woods gather unusual smelly things. The evil witch changes the donkey into a snake. The donkey-snake later them proves himself to be quite usefull and saves them several times from difficult situations. The unusual events and unexpected complications of the troubled three lead right to the king’s gate.
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