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"Everything means something," Lyra said severely. "We just have to find out how to read it."

I finished His Dark Materials (maybe better known as The Golden Compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in Lyra’s home after her travels, Oxford. The book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of Lyra’s Oxford. It also includes a cruise brochure, pages from Baedecker’s guide to Oxford, a post card from Mary Malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that Oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

The story is entitled Lyra’s Oxford but the subtitle within is, and on every page, appears, “Lyra and the Birds,” which made me think that this story just might be the opening of this big book that he says he is writing, The Book of Dust, set in the Gold Compass world.The pace of it is slow as if it were the beginning of a novel, though things here also happen quickly, finally, and somewhat satisfyingly, which is to say the writing is wonderful but not very much actually happens.

The story begins with Lyra Silvertongue and her daemon Pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. The daemon tells Lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and Lyra decides to help. That happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

As a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. I still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, Once Upon a Time in the North. More!!

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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

the story is entitled lyra’s oxford but the subtitle within is, and on every page, appears, “lyra and the birds,” which made me think that this story just might be the opening of this big book that he says he is writing, the book of dust, set in the gold compass world.the pace of it is slow as if it were the beginning of a novel, though things here also happen quickly, finally, and somewhat satisfyingly, which is to say the writing is wonderful but not very much actually happens.

the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

the story is entitled lyra’s oxford but the subtitle within is, and on every page, appears, “lyra and the birds,” which made me think that this story just might be the opening of this big book that he says he is writing, the book of dust, set in the gold compass world.the pace of it is slow as if it were the beginning of a novel, though things here also happen quickly, finally, and somewhat satisfyingly, which is to say the writing is wonderful but not very much actually happens.

the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

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the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

the story is entitled lyra’s oxford but the subtitle within is, and on every page, appears, “lyra and the birds,” which made me think that this story just might be the opening of this big book that he says he is writing, the book of dust, set in the gold compass world.the pace of it is slow as if it were the beginning of a novel, though things here also happen quickly, finally, and somewhat satisfyingly, which is to say the writing is wonderful but not very much actually happens.

the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

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the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

the story is entitled lyra’s oxford but the subtitle within is, and on every page, appears, “lyra and the birds,” which made me think that this story just might be the opening of this big book that he says he is writing, the book of dust, set in the gold compass world.the pace of it is slow as if it were the beginning of a novel, though things here also happen quickly, finally, and somewhat satisfyingly, which is to say the writing is wonderful but not very much actually happens.

the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

the story is entitled lyra’s oxford but the subtitle within is, and on every page, appears, “lyra and the birds,” which made me think that this story just might be the opening of this big book that he says he is writing, the book of dust, set in the gold compass world.the pace of it is slow as if it were the beginning of a novel, though things here also happen quickly, finally, and somewhat satisfyingly, which is to say the writing is wonderful but not very much actually happens.

the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

the story is entitled lyra’s oxford but the subtitle within is, and on every page, appears, “lyra and the birds,” which made me think that this story just might be the opening of this big book that he says he is writing, the book of dust, set in the gold compass world.the pace of it is slow as if it were the beginning of a novel, though things here also happen quickly, finally, and somewhat satisfyingly, which is to say the writing is wonderful but not very much actually happens.

the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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i finished his dark materials (maybe better known as the golden compass trilogy) this summer for the second time and finally turned to this short story sequel, set in lyra’s home after her travels, oxford. the book is small, and packaged beautifully, with wonderful engravings and a map of lyra’s oxford. it also includes a cruise brochure, pages from baedecker’s guide to oxford, a post card from mary malone, and an epigraph from that suggests that oxford is a place where “windows open up to other worlds.”

the story is entitled lyra’s oxford but the subtitle within is, and on every page, appears, “lyra and the birds,” which made me think that this story just might be the opening of this big book that he says he is writing, the book of dust, set in the gold compass world.the pace of it is slow as if it were the beginning of a novel, though things here also happen quickly, finally, and somewhat satisfyingly, which is to say the writing is wonderful but not very much actually happens.

the story begins with lyra silvertongue and her daemon pantalaimon watching a flock of birds from which emerges someone’s daemon. the daemon tells lyra that it needs to find a local alchemist and lyra decides to help. that happens, and there is some reflection on the complex nature of meaning.

as a story it may not warrant four stars, but the package is cool, and to go backin such an elegant way, yay. i still have to read the short story prequel he wrote, once upon a time in the north. more!!
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