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A very sumptuous and lovingly crafted but tantalizingly brief book , Lyra's Oxford begins when Lyra and Pantalaimon spot a witch's daemon called Ragi being pursued over the rooftops of Oxford by a frenzied pack of birds. The daemon heads straight for Lyra (the creature was given Lyras name as somebody who might help) and is given shelter. Together Lyra and Pan try to guide the daemon to the home of Sebastian Makepeacean alchemist living in a part of Oxford known as Jericho--but it is a journey fraught with more danger than they had at first anticipated. (Age 10 and over) --John McLay --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Lyra's Oxford is a very short story. But it is still perfect. As I love the writing of Philip. And there is Lyra. And Pan. And it is beautiful. But yess. It is very, very short. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Carina's Books
Although short, this is a good read for this who have read the dark materials trilogy. I would pass until you have read them.Published 4 months ago by Scott Collins
Graphic pgs tiny, and they are important. Too small to read. Text is ok. What a shame. Keep your money.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Weirdly, I couldn't get into this even though I loved the other books in the series proper.Published 5 months ago by Swank Ivy
I bought this book for the Original Kindle. This is the 4th book by Philip Pullman about the Gold Compass series. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paul Corti
Lyra and Pan back again to their mischief and adventure.
This story is cute and brought back all the adventured of the duo.
The language was simple , and straight. Read more