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The golden compass

by Pullman, Philip, 1946-

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Where To Find It

Call number: Teen Fiction, Y Fiction

Available Copies: Downtown Teen, Downtown Youth, Malletts Teen, West Teen

Additional Details

Originally published as: Northern lights.

Accompanied by her daemon, Lyra Belacqua sets out to prevent her best friend and other kidnapped children from becoming the subject of gruesome experiments in the Far North.

Community Reviews

The golden compass

It may take a few readings to properly understand The golden compass

Good

Great book. However, the plot is confusing the first time you read through the book.

Fantastic

This book is excellent. Pullman spins a brilliant tale of a world that is eerily similar to ours, and his language and writing are gorgeous. Lyra is a character that you truly want to root for, and I absolutely fell in love with this book. Everyone should read it; it's enjoyable for readers of all ages. And if you like it, I also recommend the sequels!

Good

This was a good book, but I got scared when I read this book when I was younger.

good

it is a good read. I still think that harry potter was better

Nice

Awesome

<3 <3 <3

I love this book. It has an amazing story line that is impossible to put now. This book is full of action. I could reread how this book a million times.

Polar Bears!!!

I absolutely LOVE this book!! It's nearly impossible to put down once you start it. It's a beautiful story I remember trying to read this book in kindergarten but most of it didn't make sense to me, but I could read and pronounce everything correctly. I've read this book too many times to count and I know I will keep re-reading it in the future!!!

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