This book really answers all questions left unanswered by the first two books. It really hit home how people get so caught up in "doing right" that they end up not being able to see the forest for all the trees. The outcome was not as I had hoped, but very appropriate for the characters. I could have done with some explanation of Will's experiences after the adventure, like was done with Lyra. But still a very wonderful, thought provoking, and inspirational story. Would recommend the trilogy to anyone!!!
i love how the author bashes the catholic church i thought it was hilarious and such a great book this has become one of my favorite books of all time. I'm now starting on the Gargoyle all things in a book bound by love the first chapter grips you and can't stop reading
I'll give everything a try
I love this trilogy. Best one I ever read. I'm a picky reader, but this book had me spellbound. I loved how the author made the story flow. The nirator is great. However, I couldn't say I liked the ending, but it some how sounded right. This book was one of the many books that had me attached to Will and Lierah. I'm sure everyone would enjoy reading this trilogy.
This is a good end to an amazing series. I won't spoil the ending, but it is within keeping of the rest of the series- no other ending would have been as true to the characters. I strongly recommend this series to everyone- even if you don't like it, it makes you think which is never a bad thing.
my husband is not easy to please when it comes to audio books. i bought this series and he couldnt put it down!!! there is soo much in the story that it keeps you thinking about it after the story ends. my entire family listened to this entire series and we still discuss the book. it is a great story. great for teens and adults.
These type of productions are not my favorite. It gives the impression of a television show or movie and not a book.
It also has some anti christian undertones which is a turn off for me.
However, it was entertaining enough for me to listen to all 3 of the trilogy. It reminds of a B rate Narnia story.
I really enjoyed book one and two; the third book was lacking. I didn't not care for the ending I felt his views on relgion were the main focus. It was definitely lunch box let down.
This book is not for Christian believers. It teaches self reliance, pride and no such thing as heaven or God.