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Excellent

AdvantagesContinues the amazing story of Northern Lights. Un-put-downable!

DisadvantagesHard to read as a book on its own Needs to be read after Northern Lights

...The second in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy takes a giant step into cross-world politics, while keeping the story easy enough for kids to follow. The lead character, Lyra Belacqua, is joined in her quest by Will Parry, a boy who, it seems, also has a destiny to fulfill. Meanwhile, the rest of the heroes from the first book split off on other quests, all of which will eventually...

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Excellent

AdvantagesExciting story, told by an obviously imaginative author

DisadvantagesKids book, so maybe a little restrictive on content in places

...Much has been made of Pullman's Dark Materials Trilogy. In 2005 it was voted the Cilip Awards best ever book(s). It is a critically acclaimed series, and the focus has come to the fore again with the emergence of 'The Golden Compass', the film adaption of 'Northern Lights', the first in the trilogy. Upon starting the book, I was aware of the criticism of anti-religion Pullman has received...

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Excellent

“kids book? PAH!”

published 18/10/2007

Advantagesamazing ending to the best series in 50 odd years

DisadvantagesYou may end up in tears.

...find out the truth about the universe off she pops, hobbling along quite happily, letting her instincts guide her. At the same time a member of the church has been promplty dispatched to kill. The church knows what she is trying to uncover and want it stopped. Now. In this book our heroes will travel through the most heart- wrenching torments, into the deepest darkest depths of hell and back...

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