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on 20 August 2013
Really well written fantasy trilogy, beautiful cover illustration and something that is definitely impossible to put down! A must read!
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on 7 August 2014
Interesting second instalment. Different main characters from sabriel but everybody is still involved and the book gets really good
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on 14 February 2011
arrived in good condition and on time. lirael is the second in the triology enjoyed both looking forward to reading the thrid.
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on 18 August 2014
One of my favourite series of books, have returned to them many times and have enjoyed every time just as much as the last.
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on 14 July 2013
A good read but only if your into the trilogy otherwise not something I'd recommend for new readers although well written.
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on 19 November 2003
This book is a sequel to Sabriel and it carries on the story but 20 years on from the previous one. Lirael is a clayr and each birthday goes by and she does not get the 'sight'. It also follows Sam - sabriels son who is the abhorsen in waiting, who does not like death. Which is unusual for someone who will have the job of going into death and benishing dead creatures to beyond the ninth gate. He wants to know what has happened to his friend who has crossed the border coming to visit him, when he tells sam that he has met a guide who has offered to take him to him and then there has been no contact Sam fears the worst and sets off to find his friend at the 'lightning trap' - the place he was heading to first of all. Sam sets off and meets up with sabriel followed by many of the dead. So what has happened to his friend? Why does he feel that he has met Lirael before? There is a big secret revealed at the end of this book that will solve many of the questions that have arised. But the same question occures:
"Does the walker chose the Path. Or the Path the walker?"
A good book overall but it does get boring in places. Some of it is very predictable and I prefer the first book. But i look forward to the final book in this trilogy - 'Abhorsen'.
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on 9 July 2015
A thrilling exprerience. A book that you will read over and over, you wil not get scared but can have some jumps.
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on 16 September 2015
I love the idea of the Charter. The unpredictability of the characters. The twists and turns. It all just works.
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on 28 July 2010
A great work of fantasy. Very descriptive and well written. Captivating. Had difficulty putting the book down.
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on 11 December 2015
Great 2 Nd book can't wait to read the next one. I love the fantasy of the story and the different characters
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