The Farthest Shore

The Farthest Shore

Book - 1972
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A young prince joins forces with a master wizard on a journey to discover a cause and remedy for the loss of magic in Earthsea.
Publisher: New York, Atheneum, 1972.
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: J LEG
Characteristics: 223 p. illus. 25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Garraty, Gail - Illustrator

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MinniGappieo Jun 29, 2012

The third book in the Earthsea series focuses on Ged, the Archmage, and Arren, the prince of Enlad. Arren agrees to go on a journey with Ged out of admiration and develops love towards him as they travel. They visit a few different towns trying to find information about why people are being tricked into dying/ following people who kill them. The focus of this book is life, death, and fear. My favorite part of the book was the last 30 pages or after the introduction of the dragons. Overall, all of the Earthsea books are equally memorable in my mind and I don't have a favorite.

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amderdog
Apr 12, 2011

This is third book in the series in the Earthsea series

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