My dad read the first four to us when we were tiny smol, and then I reread the trilogy as a teen, so it’s very hard to separate this book from my memories of this. Learn more about Czarnoksiężnik Z Archipelagu by Ursula K. Le Guin. Add to your book collection on Bookogs, find a copy in the Marketplace, or save for later. Title / Author, Type, Language, Date / Edition, Publication. A Wizard of Earthsea, A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K Le Guin · A Wizard of Earthsea.
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The only issue I might have with this quick read is now I want to reread the rest of the series if that can really be called an issue. Are they all aimed at the same audience? See Featured Authors Answering Questions.
Why is this book tagged as Science Fiction, are there elements of sci-fi that isn’t apparent from the description? David Leow This is a beautifully written book but it is not Harry Potter. I have no great archipekagu of it. Muccamukk rated it 11 months ago http: A one-book-a-year reader shouldn’t.
Log in Sign up. Calyre rated it 12 months ago http: He likes characters, action and humour? Nicholas Lezard has written ‘Rowling can type, but Le Guin can write.
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Load 5 more questions. I love all the Hainish stuff and also recently read The Powers and loved it. Books by Ursula K. I’ve heard this book is a sort of Lord of the Rings-lite. Hannah Bnana It’s Similar in that it’s ‘mythic’. Anyway, It’s not a lighthearted book. But is this aimed at a much younger audience then? Would you recommend this for a 10 year old? Another cracking read where you cAn disappear into a world of magic, but with more of a steampunk edge.
A whole universe exists inside the story ULG has created. It is almost always fun to revisit books you have not read in a longish time and this one was no exception.
What did you like and dislike about it the most? Have you read the Chrestomanci series by Diana Wynne Jones? Rowling’s books are plot driven team based struggles while Le Guin’s tales are woven …more This is a beautifully written book but it is not Harry Potter.
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If you have any interest in morality or spirituality you may find these books profound and deeply affecting. Log in with Facebook. My dad read the first four to us when we were archipelgu smol, and then I reread the trilogy as a teen, so it’s very hard to separate this book from my memories of this book, which are vague but wondrous.
Anyway, …more It’s a “can read”, not a “must read” my opinion. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Czarnoksiężnik Z Archipelagu
A 10 years old heavy reader should get to reading it. LOTR is heaps longer, lots of walking around and not so relevant background info, but read the Hobbit and see how you go with that first. The rating is solely because I don’t like high fantasy I do like low fantasy. I’ve only read the first one so I can’t speak for all of the books in the series, but the quality of the writing arcihpelagu quite good and the setting was very well-developed.
Is there another book by an author who is not Tolkien that fits this description more? I’d say you don’t have to read all the books in order but if you want to learn more of Ged’s background and the world, I’d recommend reading them in order so that you know what’s happened before and some of the minor details the other books make more sense.
I’ve only read the first one so I can’t speak …more It is aimed at a young audience, but like Lord of the Rings, you can appreciate it as an czzarnoksinik as well. Do I really need to read these books in order?
Please, check your email, the code to access your BookLikes blog was sent to you already. Rowling’s books are plot driven team based struggles while Le Guin’s tales are woven around the metaphysical.
When so many adult critics were carrying on about the “incredible originality” of the first Harry Potter book, I read it to czarnoksinlk out what the fuss was about, and remained somewhat puzzled; it seemed a lively kid’s fantasy crossed with a “school novel”, good fare for its age group, but stylistically ordinary, imaginatively derivative, and ethically rather mean-spirited.