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THE SUBTLE KNIFE Discussion Throughout October

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The bn.com editors describe our October discussion of HIS DARK MATERIALS this way:

"A Moderator-led discussion of The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman

Join readers as they continue to read Philip Pullman's unforgettable His Dark Materials trilogy. In this, the second book, a determined, unhappy boy named Will, son of a long-vanished arctic explorer, finds a window from Oxford, England, into another world. There he meets Lyra and her dæmon, who have come to the city in search of a mysterious substance called Dust. Will she abandon her own mission to help Will find his father?"

Join us as we continue to discuss this series throughout October!

~ConnieK

Message Edited by ConnieK on 10-10-2007 09:33 AM
~ConnieAnnKirk




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