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A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin

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AuthorUrsula K. Le Guin
TitleA Wizard of Earthsea
SeriesEarthsea
Volume1
Year1968
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Anonymous 
(Dec 02, 2005)

This book is vey unique. It has the normal wizards and witches but the author writes it in a way that you are actually there in that world. I would recommond this book who is into 3D worlds and loved fanasty. I think that the book does have a few chapters that are mainly just info which is a little boring but overall it is a grat book.


Submitted by Sambo 
(May 18, 2003)

This is absolutely one of my favorite books. It chronicles the younger days of a wizard named Ged and his beginnings as a legendary hero. The most amazing thing about it is Le Guin's imaginative creativity in forming such a complex, cultured world as Earthsea. The writing style is very powerful and lyrical, like an epic poem.

I definitely recommend 'A Wizard of Earthsea' as well as the rest of the Earthsea series.


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Oct 31, 2002)

Wizard of Earthsea is a great book, showing us all we need to know about archetypes and how one decision shapes the rest of our lives. Ged's journey is one that we all go through, for it is the journey that we call life. I greatly enjoyed this book


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