Written by Philip Pullman, this novel concludes the His Dark Materials trilogy. Hailed by The Cincinnati Enquirer as “the last great fantasy masterpiece of the twentieth century,” the series is one that I grew up with and continue to admire for its blend of fantasy, morality, science, magic, and religion. Armored ice bears, an infinitesimally powerful knife, proud Gallivespians, Dust-hungry Spectres, and an epic war between churches all drive this novel to its riveting conclusion-and the start of a new hope for Lyra Belacqua and Will Parry.
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An aspiring grad student and a novice writer trying my hardest to break in to the YA scene. I have two inimitable works so far: "In the Words of Your Love" and "Complex," two novels that I am shaping up. When I'm not writing, you can find me racing in triathlons, helping out with the Boy Scouts, and listening to as many remixes of Lady (Hear me Tonight) as I can find. I enjoy using my blog to share my YA fiction and poetry, as well as reviews of movies, YA novels, and horror video games that truly unsettle me. I hope you'll feel right at home here! View all posts by rmcalzada