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Though it starts slowly initially, once it picks up POWERS will have readers engrossed.
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.
Though the original Earthsea Trilogy remains her tour de force, this series and the subsequent Earthsea books are quality literature.Published 3 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 4 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 7 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 8 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 8 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 10 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 13 months ago by MariA
Decided to start reading novels again in my retirement. So I chose to try one of my favorite authors first. I really liked it and started reading another of the series. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Bishop Adams