[Free eBook] The Subtle Knife Author Philip Pullman – Intimatenights.co.uk

The Subtle Knife Lost in a new world, Lyra finds Will a boy on the run, a murderer a worthy and welcome ally For this is a world where soul eating Specters stalk the streets and witches share the skies with troops of angelsEach is searching Lyra for the meaning of Dark Matter, Will for his missing father but what they find instead is a deadly secret, a knife of untold power And neither Lyra nor Will suspects how tightly their lives, their loves, and their destinies are bound together until they are split apart



10 thoughts on “The Subtle Knife

  1. Jayson Jayson says:

    A 81% Very Good NotesChanges direction from the last book, expanding the mythology and affirming religion as the key theme of the series.


  2. Dan Dan says:

    The second entry in a trilogy is often, in my opinion, the best The author doesn t have to introduce the universe or the characters, as they did in the first installment, but they don t need to worry about wrapping up all the plot points either Instead, the focus can be on the good stuff elaborating on the story, teasing us , giving action, chopping off Luke s ha


  3. Sean Barrs Sean Barrs says:

    When I read this the first time I completely overlooked a main component of the book I approached it as if was the second book in the series, a massive mistake I wrote a review criticising the fact that the novel felt awkward it had no beginning or end it just felt like the typical content you d find in the middle of the story The ironic point of this is that most cri


  4. ~Poppy~ ~Poppy~ says:

    Every little increase in human freedom has been fought over ferociously between those who want us to knowand be wiser and stronger, and those who want us to obey and be humble and submit Every little increase in human freedom has been fought over ferociously between those who want us to knowand be wiser and stronger, and those who want us to obey and be humble and submit


  5. Lucy Langford Lucy Langford says:

    4.5What is he A friend, or an enemy He is a murderer This book has the introduction of Will a young man boy who is compassionate, caring, brave and a warrior After a frightening account, Will has to go on the run where he escapes to a different world to the deserted city of Cittagaze, and meets an interesting girl called Lyra Belacqua, her Daemon Pantalaimon and her ability to


  6. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Subtle Knife His Dark Materials, 2 , Philip Pullman The Subtle Knife, the second book in the His Dark Materials series, is a young adult fantasy novel written by Philip Pullman and published in 1997 The novel continues the adventures of Lyra Belacqua as she investigates the mysterious Dust phenomenon and searches for her father Will Parry is introduced as a companion to Lyra, an


  7. Fabian Fabian says:

    Weird like The Wizard of Oz, magical like Harry Potter, and interesting, totally unlike Chronicles of Narnia The symbolism is so agog, so strange Obviously, it makes for a great young adult novel


  8. Lucy Lucy says:

    I am not a fan of forwarded emails They frustrate me, because they usually come from the same group of people, people I like a great deal but who never send me a normal hey, how s it going message Just Support our Troops or Tell every woman you know she s special or Microsoft is running a test and if you send this you could get a check for 1,000 When I see the letters FWD in the subject line,


  9. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    I share this review again in the fall of 2017 as a fourth volume though Pullman later wrote two companion pieces to the trilogy, entitled Lyra s Oxford, and Once Upon a Time in the North , The Book of Dust, has been released, to encourage all ages to read As with most great children s books, there are a range of levels on which Pullman is working He s taking on the Roman Catholic view of reality,


  10. Caz (littlebookowl) Caz (littlebookowl) says:

    Mmmmk So I rated this 2.5 stars when I read it a few months ago, and I was unsure if I would finish the series I ve since decided I won t be reading book three I m honestly pretty disappointed with a tweet the author posted and his subsequent responses to those who replied, especially his trans readers In this case, I ve decided not to separate the author from the work.


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