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The energetic, adventurous characters of this fantasy book made this book an exciting one to read. Aside from that, this book got into so much details on little things that it occasionally got a little tedious to read. [Series: Dark Materials #3]
posted Aug 19, 2004
Sometimes, the last book in a trilogy is a let- down. That stereotype has been completely anhialated with this work. Among it's unassuming pages, you will find an unearthly war, a walk in Death, and the reasons behind Dust and the very Creator himself. I really was blown away! [Trilogy: His Dark Materials #3]
posted Oct 13, 2004
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The best book. The longest book. The final book. You will be torn in two.. or three...or maybe five.
posted May 23, 2008 at 4:53PM
Amazing triology, read from the start and you will end up in a fantasy and exiting world. The movie has not done justice to the story.
posted Jul 28, 2011 at 12:50PM
The third and last book of the His Dark Materials Trilogy. It was an interesting book, but it is not a book I would ever want to read agian. The basic plot was a good idea, and even the sometimes boring characters I could overlook, but the complete fancination for discriminating against the authority of the church was a appalling. Because of this, I would not recommend this series, although the second book is the best.
posted Jan 22, 2012 at 8:24PM
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Lyra Belacqua, aka Lyra Silvertongue
Lives on the grounds surrounding Oxford University in a universe parallel to ours; half-wild; captured.
Lyra's personal "daemon", her soul in animal form.
Struggling to keep his mother safe; searching for his missing father and the truth behind his disappearance; comes from another Oxford in an alternate universe different from Lyra's; enter's Lyra's world through a portal; owns a blade that can cut between worlds; determined to rescue Lyra.