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La Belle Sauvage: The Book of Dust Volume One (Book of Dust Series)

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E Hypable Once again Pullman s fantasy arrives precisely when it can teach us the most about ourselves as if it were guided by Dust itself Entertainment Weekly High octane adventure accompanies ingenious plotting The TimesLondon Lyra Silvertongue Lyra Belacua but really just Lyra one of those characters Pip Emma Lolita who is on first name terms with her public The New York Times Magazine Pullman s imagery is as dazzling as ever La Belle Sauvage reveals the incredible ways in which ordinary children can react whenplaced in extraordinary circumstances with kindness bravery and cunning The Bookseller A rollicking adventure DelightfulMother Jones A stunning otherworldly journey La Belle Sauvage dives deeply into magic and intrigue What a gift it is to be allowed back into this universe BuzzFeedFull of acute observation A rich imaginative vividly characterized rite of passage tale London Sunday Times Thrilling and thought provoking Times Literary SupplementA singularly beguiling work of fantasy Pullman is perhaps the best fantasy writer alive The AV ClubA profoundly compelling foundation for a new trilogy Vox This tense adventure packed book will satisfy and delight Pull.

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Reading this novel is like standing in a room in which suddenly all of the windows have blown open at once SlateIt s a stunning achievement the universe Pullman has created and continues to build on The New York TimesA phantasmagoric waterborne odyssey Mr Pullman is a supple and formidable writer The Wall Street JournalEnthralling enchanting The first half reads like a thriller The story becomes darker deeper and evenengrossing when a cataclysmic flood overtakes Southern England Too few things in our world are worth a seventeen year wait The Book of Dust is one of them The Washington Post Pullman s writing is as deftly brilliant as ever A triumphant return to the alternate Oxford we love Bustle The Book of Dust passes by in one tumultuous wave of literature that leaves you ueasy but wanting the next volume as uickly as possible It deserves not only a reread but an unpacking It is not a one and done novel something that in a time where binging and passing is the status uo This is a novel to digest One to take in let settle and then revisit We are lucky to have Pullman s words Words that will continue to nourish the souls and imaginations of readers for a long long tim.

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Man s fans and leave them eager to see what s yet to come Publishers Weekly starred review Pullman is an easeful storyteller and an intricate and inventive world builder and everything he has to write is worth reading The Telegraph Magisterial storytelling will sweep readers along the cast is as vividly drawn as ever and big themes running beneath the surface invite profound responses and reflection Kirkus Reviewsstarred review Luminous prose heady philosophical uestions and a lovable protagonist combine with a gripping plot sure to enchant fans and newcomers alike SLJstarred review Pullman demonstrates that his talent for world building hasn t diminished nor has his ability to draw young characters here Malcolm who is layered enough to carry an adventure through multiple dimensions Bookliststarred review Pullman s immense powers of kinesthetic visualization keep the story pulsing on an epic scaleThe GuardianAn immersive creepy edge of your seat adventure Shelf AwarenessTo connect oncewith a fictional universe of such great power is a delightFinancial TimesPhilip Pullman returns to the world of His Dark Materials with this magnificent first volume of The Book of Dust.


About the Author: Philip Pullman

Philip Pullman was born in Norwich on 19th October 1946 The early part of his life was spent travelling all over the world because his father and then his stepfather were both in the Royal Air Force He spent part of his childhood in Australia where he first met the wonders of comics and grew to love Superman and Batman in particular From the age of 11 he lived in North Wales having moved back to Britain It was a time when children were allowed to roam anywhere to play in the streets to wander over the hills and he took full advantage of it His English teacher Miss Enid Jones was a big influence on him and he still sends her copies of his booksAfter he left school he went to Exeter College Oxford to read English He did a number of odd jobs for a while and then moved back to Oxford to become a teacher He taught at various middle schools for twelve years and then moved to Westminster College Oxford to be a part time lecturer He taught courses on the Victorian novel and on the folk tale and also a course examining how words and pictures fit together He eventually left teaching in order to write full timeHis first published novel was for adults but he began writing for children when he was a teacher Some of his novels were based on plays he wrote for his school pupils such as The Ruby In The Smoke He is best known for the award winning His Dark Materials series consisting of Northern Lights The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass


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