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The plot is gripping, the story rich in detail, the characters complex and engaging.
Philip Pullman's dark fantasy trilogy, His Dark Materials, ostensibly written for children, is actually literature of a much higher order.
It just gets better and better and better in the two books following "The Golden Compass," And you'll read for hours on end, mystified.
Brilliant fantasy/steam-punk. It's critique of the church is obvious, and fairly brutal; the authorial intent is fairly obvious. Overall, a well shaped story.Published 7 days ago by Xcelr8pb
Good product at a reasonable price. I bought it as a gift for my granddaughter.Published 23 days ago by David L. Goepfert
I loved reading this series of books. Aimed at a younger audience, I found that it was enjoyable to read as an adult.Published 23 days ago by Mabel Mudlark
excellent book if you dont mind the blasphemous side to it. it is a quick read for all three books. would definitely recommend.Published 1 month ago by emily g
Wow. What a series! If you are looking for an escape, this is it . Amazing character development and intertwined storiesPublished 1 month ago by Leyna Allred
The first book is interesting, exciting and fun. The magic bears sell the ending.Unlike the movie the end of the book leads you to the second book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by michael j carney