Icefeather31 is going off the movie the Neverending story which is completely different from the book. In the book when Bastian goes to Fantastica, the world in the never ending story, all of his wishes can come true but with every wish he loses a memory. If you run out of memories you can't go home and you wander around Fantastica forever not even knowing your name.
Well, in the movie 'never ending story' it had a kid reading it meaning world destruction for the world inside, then having to save it at the end, then going on a random untold adventure were it only showed the "beginning" with the reader riding a flying gigantic dog beast at some average young around (i think 12 or 13 year olds, not sure) kids who were mean to him. So i guess harassing bullies and riding a gigantic dog beast through the city is bad. (even if epic)
I forgot that The Never Ending Story is confusing as hell. I remember that gigantic dog-thing saying that it was a dragon (or at least that world's version of a dragon). That thing was flying around in Manhattan and nobody noticed, seriously. Necronomicon is still a lot more dangerous universally tho.
Yea, but it's still dangerous. And at the end they said he had a lot of wishes (forgot how many, may just be never ending amount) and that riding on it was one, and they said he had many more adventures. Can you imagine filly Twilight and all those wishes?
The book is from Howard Phillips Lovecraft. The Necronomicon is a fictional grimoire appearing in the stories by horror writer H. P. Lovecraft and his followers. It was first mentioned in Lovecraft's 1924 short story "The Hound" written in 1922.
It's an Army of Darkness reference. In the graveyard Ash is presented with three versions of the Necronomicon. One of these is real and the other two are fake. One of the fake ones bites his hand when he tries to pick it up.