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The Subtle Knife (His Dark Materials)

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The Subtle Knife Review

14 years, 8 months ago at Jun 6 8:11
2 votes
A far faster and lighter read then the first one in the trilogy (Northern Lights), I didn't realise why until I'd finished and compared it to the first one. It was far less detailed then the first but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Rather then spending all that time reading into and absorbing the details you could really get into the story. Although it was a bit more predictable.
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More gripping.

16 years, 7 months ago at Jun 16 10:40
2 votes
This is the second book of His Dark Materials (after Northern Lights, or The Golden Compass in the US, and before The Amber Spyglass).

Will Parry is a twelve-year-old boy living in Oxford with his mother, who's suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder, and his cat Moxie. His father, an arctic explorer, has gone missing almost since the boy was born.

Will's mother ... read more
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Manufacturer: Scholastic Point
Release date: 16 October 1998
ISBN-10 : 0590112899 | ISBN-13: 9780590112895
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