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Part one was a bit slow but you soon follow Gab and wonder for the next bend in his story.
Ursula K. Le Guin uses words with the incredible ability to create a mind's image of people and events that open our imaginations.
The story of the slaves journey to enlightenment in a dim world is fascinatingly told with great attention to detail.
A nice story, but rather Fantasy, without Science Fiction elements. Ursula K Le Guin has a real talent to create credible different worlds, with alternative societies, without... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Surdulescu Mihai
Though the original Earthsea Trilogy remains her tour de force, this series and the subsequent Earthsea books are quality literature.Published 5 months ago by Michael Heffernan
A slow paced start leads the reader to a story that is as complex as people making up a world in which there appears to be great diversity within walking distance. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Steve Lee
The premise is really a good story but I finished it feeling like the characters were only partially filled out and that there should be another couple chapters to end.Published 8 months ago by Winnie Eshragh
I usually like any book written by Le Guin. My favorite is "Always Coming Home" which I have read at least 4 times.Published 9 months ago by Ginny Harlow
I liked this book. For me the most enjoyable aspect was the storyteller nature of the story itself: you get the feeling that Gavir and LeGuin is telling this story. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John
Part one was a bit slow but you soon follow Gab and wonder for the next bend in his story.Published 12 months ago by FridayHarborLisa
The book is wonderful: picturesque details spiced either with a simile or a metaphor and the narrative about Gavir Aytana flows telling us how he was born a free child, how he... Read morePublished 14 months ago by MariA