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A book is not just for Christmas: 9 Christmas gift ideas for book lovers

Lots of people have already finished their Christmas shopping and to them I say ‘Congratulations!’ I very much wish I was done, but I’m not quite. 369 more words


His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman

His Dark Materials is children’s fantasy trilogy written by Philip Pullman, consisting of the novels Northern Lights (1995), The Subtle Knife (1997), and The Amber Spyglass… 804 more words


Season of light reading

The festive season is the ideal opportunity to enjoy relaxed reading between quality moments with friends and family. It often feels as though all your days from now until January will be filled to the brim with activity, but more often than not, I have found there will be frequent periods of quiet in the mix. 638 more words


Who knows where the time goes?

Well … some of it is down to slothdom and procrastination, and some of it is down to events and body stuff, but the blog… 935 more words


The Golden Compass, by Philip Pullman / *****

I first read The Golden Compass (known originally in Great Britain as Northern Lights, but retitled for its American release) in college, for a course in children’s and adolescent literature, and I was immediately swept up into Philip Pullman’s incredible, imaginative, astonishing world. 878 more words

Book Reviews

Four Tales (Philip Pullman)

Four Tales is the last of my purchases from my UK trip. It’s an anthology of Philip Pullman’s fairy tales – The Firework-Maker’s Daughter, … 1,215 more words

The Book of Dust (Vol 1: La Belle Sauvage) by Philip Pullman: Review!

Title: The Book of Dust, Volume One: La Belle Sauvage
Author: Philip Pullman
ISBN: 9780375815300
Page count: 464 (Hardcover)
Published: October 19, 2017

Synopsis: 957 more words