His Dark Materials: Der Goldene Kompass-Schuber, Das Magische Messer, Das Bernstein-Teleskop
Publish date: October 31st 2007
Pages no: 456
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: His Dark Materials (#1)
An utterly absorbing tale, which sparkles in its creativity and reaches young and older readers alike, with the quality of Pulman's writing. The characterization is exceptional, the plot intriguing and the pace superb. A modern classic series which really does deserve the description, page-turner.
My favorite book series. Highly underrated. Such a unique story and loved the idea of souls living outside our bodies in the form of daemons. Lyra was an amazing protagonist—so strong and able, especially considering her young age throughout the books. My favorite was The Subtle Knife. Loved the ide...
I read this as a child and was completely caught up by the magic of it. I have fond memories of playing elaborately constructed games set in Pullman's universe with my friends--we had such fun inventing daemons for ourselves! Any book that inspires excellent childhood games is automatically excellen...
Pullman's His Dark Materials have been described as an "atheist's Narnia." It's certainly the only series I've read comparable in ambition and quality in the genre, and as such I think it shares the major attractions and weaknesses of C.S. Lewis' Christian fantasies for children. I read Tolkien, a f...
So far very capturing...
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