I see men complaining about how this book is all about womens powers, I see women complaining about how this book shows women as weak.
"Tehanu" is a necessary link between the two halves of the Earthsea series, but Le Guin's lack of story and soapbox mentality make it more a penance than a pleasure.
It takes a very long time for the plot to thicken in this book; the characters are so deeply developed that the author leaves little room for an actual plot.
I loved the first three in the series, but this book was a step above.Published 1 day ago by A. Brown
It has been so long since I read the first three novels of the Earthsea Cycle that the book might as well have been a stand alone. Read morePublished 29 days ago by mzney
It was short, so not a total waste of time to read - just be warned there is almost no magic in the book at all. It's more of a slow moving romance. Read morePublished 3 months ago by BellaGrace
it was wonderful to finally find the truth about this individual and her part in the greater story. imagine her own wonder at herselfPublished 9 months ago by D from Md
Tenanu is the fourth book in the series. These are all decent books for a person who enjoys Lord of the Rings style books. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Cody Knows
I'm afraid That I give this particular Story a bad rating,because,compared to the first three books in the series;it really seems to Take a turn towards the totally mundane,and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Yukon Jack
I got this whole series for my husband and he enjoyed it so much, he read all of the books in a week.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Almost every book I buy is used, and they usually come in perfect condition. This one was no exception. Good book.Published 20 months ago by Carolyn D Gibbons