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Nothing much happens in this book and it is pretty slow, but Ursula K. LeGuin is a beautiful writer and
this is beautifully written. It's worth reading just for that.
I read these as a kid in grade school and gave this to my Boyfriend because he loved "The Name of The Wind." He loves these even though they are "teen" books. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mallory
This one is The Best...Ms Le Guin at her smartest, most lyrical, and very memorable. Can be re read yearly, and still great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzeestorm1
The real power of this slow-moving fantasy isn't in exciting events, but in powerful images. The heroine, though powerful in name, is caught in a world others have constructed for... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ben Bartlett
As usual,Ursula Le Guin wrote a great, fantastical story of wizards, dragons, the archipelago, and speech. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Megan D
Great book, but the "school & library binding" version is tiny, 4" x 7". Very disappointingPublished 2 months ago by Ben