Le tombe di Atuan
Publish date: 2008
Pages no: 213
Edition language: Italian
Series: Earthsea Cycle (#2)
This is the second book in the Earthsea Cycle series, and I enjoyed it as much as the first one. I was a little disappointed at first because I had hoped to continue reading about the characters who had interested me so much in the first book, but this book focuses on a different main character. I...
It is probably obvious I like this book.
The first book of the original trilogy, A Wizard of Earthsea was centered on a two-named hero, the boy Sparrowhawk who becomes the Wizard Ged. This middle book is focused a a two-named heroine: Tenar, chosen to be the high priestess in childhood as the reincarnation of the last high priestess. She b...
One of my favorite books of all time - I've probably read this one over two dozen times. It's a deceptively simple story, simple in the way that all truths are simple, allegorical in that it can be applied to all of our lives. it's a story of growing up, of claiming freedom and independence, and all...
I read The Tombs of Atuan before the first book in the series, [b:A Wizard of Earthsea|13642|A Wizard of Earthsea (Earthsea Cycle, #1)|Ursula K. Le Guin|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1353424536s/13642.jpg|113603]. So, I missed out on a ton of background about the wizard Ged and world-kn...
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