Der Goldene Kompass (His Dark Materials, #1)



Der Goldene Kompass (His Dark Materials, #1) Lyras Leben gibt schon genug Stoff f r einen Roman her, bevor Sie ihren Onkel Lord Asriel bei einem Vortrag vor Kollegen seiner Fakult t am Jordan College belauscht Das College ist ber hmt f r seine f hrende Stellung auf dem Gebiet der experimentellen Theologie und unterst tzt Lord Asriels Forschung ber die ketzerische M glichkeit der Existenz von Welten, die so ganz anders sind als die Welt Lyras In diesen Welten wird jeder schon mit einem Tier als vertrautem Gef hrten geboren, Magie ohnegleichen ist am Werk, die Tartaren drohen Moskau zu st rmen und der Papst ist ein puritanischer ProtestantPhilip Pullmans lebendige und pr gnante Geschichte spielt in einem England, das uns gleicherma en bekannt und fremd vorkommt, und ist ein Mu f r Fantasy Liebhaber jeden Alters Sie werden es sp ter sicher auch gerne erneut zum Schm kern hervorholen Von den subtilen Hinweisen auf den 1898er Tokajer ber die seltsamen sprachlichen Verdrehungen bis hin zu Fabeltieren wie dem Panserbjorne die Welten werden hervorragend geschildert Die entschlossene, kluge Lyra erinnert stark an die Dido Twite von Joan Aiken Der Kompass selbst ist ein wirklich liebenswerter Bestandteil der Geschichte Leser, die erst jetzt auf Der Goldene Kompagesto en sind, haben Gl ck die Fortsetzung wird bald erscheinen. Best Read Der Goldene Kompass (His Dark Materials, #1) [ By ] Philip Pullman [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 410 pages
  • Der Goldene Kompass (His Dark Materials, #1)
  • Philip Pullman
  • German
  • 18 May 2017
  • 3453137442

15 thoughts on “Der Goldene Kompass (His Dark Materials, #1)

  1. Jayson says:

    B 78% Good NotesA solid story and well written, but very much a children s tale with one child going on a quest to save other children.

  2. Sean Barrs the Bookdragon says:

    This novel is an absolute work of pure genius, and is in my top ten reads of all time Before I go into the depths of character and plot, let me start by saying this book is up there with other fantasy hard hitters by this I mean books like The Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia the books that define the genre This is high praise indeed, and this novel is worthy of it The protagonist of the book is Lyra, a young girl, who is parentless and seemingly friendless She has grown up i This novel is an absolute work of pure genius, and is in my top ten reads of all time Before I go into the depths of character and plot, let me start by saying this book is up there with other fantasy hard hitters by this I mean books like The Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia the books that define the genre This is high praise indeed, and this novel is worthy of it The protagonist of the book is Lyra, a young girl, who is parentless and seemingly friendless She has grown up in an Oxford College and has developed a detachment to her guardians She spends her days enjoying her youth and harassing those that turn out to be some of her greatest allies For her, this book is a journey of self discovery a way of exploring the limits of her character and potential Her adventure sees her befriend an armoured polar bear and become the wielder of the golden compass This is initially described as a lie detecto...

  3. Sean Gibson says:

    I don t love the Beatles Ducks as he is castigated by the seething masses I also don t love green vegetables, punches to the face, or going to the dentist, though I don t think those revelatory disclosures will elicit much in the way of rage fueled attempts to slit my throat with the jagged edge of a broken CD compact disc, kiddos look it up So, why risk a severed jugular on the day before I m going to stuff myself so full of turkey that I ll have a snood coming out of my ear Well, because I don t love the Beatles Ducks as he is castigated by the seething masses I also don t love green vegetables, punches to the face, or going to the dentist, though I don t think those revelatory disclosures will elicit much in the way of rage fueled attempts to slit my throat with the jagged edge of a broken CD compact disc, kiddos look it up So, why risk a severed jugular on the day before I m going to stuff myself so full of turkey that I ll have a snood coming out of my ear Well, because it s the best way I can think of to articulate my feelings about The Golden Compass.I don t LOVE the Beatles, but I recognize their skill and talent and appreciate them for the impact they had on popular music There are Beatles songs that I enjoy I think I might have a Beatles album on my iPod though I ve never actually played it on my iPod But, I m never going to suddenly say to myself, Geez, I really need to hear a Beatles song RIGHT NOW and rush off to listen to one Side ...

  4. Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) says:

    2.5 I never read this as a kid and maybe I would have enjoyed itif I had, but it was just okay for me

  5. Bright says:

    the golden compass trilogy seems like a natural progression in christian literature yes, it is christian literature, the same way the chronicles of narnia are aslan is only a lion when the reader is about 10 or so in the united states after a point, he unrepentantly becomes jesus and the four children are like, the gospels or something and the story is somewhat ruined then, because as an adult, you can t just shoehorn jesus into a lion outfit without snickering a little.pullman however, has the golden compass trilogy seems like a natural progression in christian literature yes, it is christian literature, the same way the chronicles of narnia are aslan is only a lion when the reader is about 10 or so in the united states after a point, he unrepentantly becomes jesus and the four children are like, the gospels or something and the story is somewhat ruined then, because as an adult, you can t just shoehorn jesus into a lion outfit without snickering a little.pullman however, has solved this problem i can t continue without utterly spoiling the story for everyone who has...

  6. jessica says:

    i first read this when i was like 10 or 11 and i remember really liking it i recently came across an online thread about this book series and the message s the author was intending to convey, and i was taken aback i honestly really didnt remember anything except for talking bears that wear armour lol after the reread, i am suprised that i read this as a child this is definitely a childrens book that is not meant for children, in my opinion the deeper meanings are pretty subtle but, rega i first read this when i was like 10 or 11 and i remember really liking it i recently came across an online thread about this book series and the message s the author was intending to convey, and i was taken aback i honestly really didnt remember anything except for talking bears that wear armour lol after the reread, i am suprised that i...

  7. ~Poppy~ says:

    You cannot change what you are, only what you do So Lyra and her daemon turned away from the world they were born in, and looked toward the sun, and walked into the sky

  8. James says:

    I enjoyed the premise and theme of the book Pullman created well thought out and memorable characters It was a little too technical for me in regard to the depths of fantasy, i.e I had to go back and look up the meaning of some of the made up words ...

  9. Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more says:

    9 8 17 1 I cleared my rating If that doesn t sufficiently refute the claim that I just wanted to give THE GOLDEN COMPASS 1.0 star, then you re irrational, and further discussion is pointless 2 I am a BOOK REVIEW BLOGGER That s what I do If you want to make cracks about being a trophy wife, go right ahead, but to insinuate that I would skim a book to have the minimum knowledge required to give the appearance of having read it so that I can give it a bad review b c reasons, is an attack 9 8 17 1 I cleared my rating If that doesn t sufficiently refute the claim that I just wanted to give THE GOLDEN COMPASS 1.0 star, then you re irrational, and further discussion is pointless 2 I am a BOOK REVIEW BLOGGER That s what I do If you want to make cracks about being a trophy wife, go right ahead, but to insinuate that I would skim a book to have the minimum knowledge required to give the appearance of having read it so that I can give it a bad review b c reasons, is an attack on my character and work ethic I m not some conservative religious zealot who think books with magic are sending our children straight to hell I don t have children I m not a Christian I do, however, have four nephews, all under eight years old that I have already given HARRY P...

  10. Caz (littlebookowl) says:

    Rating 3.5 starsListened to this on audio, which was a lot of fun

  11. notgettingenough says:

    Later.A friend said to me today that if you read this book properly, it should make you a better person I d just earlier in the day been thinking pretty much the same thing When I asked S in what way was he made better, he said he couldn t say, just that it had Exactly I think you have a sense as you read this book that Lyra s goodness has rubbed off on you, she s made you better in an entirely non specific way.M then said that she didn t think a book, to be special, necessarily had to Later.A friend said to me today that if you read this book properly, it should make you a better person I d just earlier in the day been thinking pretty much the same thing When I asked S in what way was he made better, he said he couldn t say, just that it had Exactly I think you have a sense as you read this book that Lyra s goodness has rubbed off on you, she s made you better in an entirely non specific way.M then said that she didn t think a book, to be special, necessarily had to have a moral impact, it could give you other terribly important things For her to read the first Harry Potter was to be given back magic And yes, an author, if he can return to you something you had lost and not even realised you had, has done something equally to be treasured.I have promi...

  12. Leonard Gaya says:

    Before quantum mechanics and Schr dinger s cat s paradox, alternate universes were inherently accessible post mortem, either Heaven or Hell that whole other side business had a strong moral and religious bias, obviously However, contemporary science fiction has introduced new possibilities of experimenting with alternate realities, e.g travelling through time Wells Time Machine or through space Stapledon s Star Maker More interestingly, it introduced the possibility of parallel worlds Before quantum mechanics and Schr dinger s cat s paradox, alternate universes were inherently accessible post mortem, either Heaven or Hell that whole other side business had a strong moral and religious bias, obviously However, contemporary science fiction has introduced new possibilities of experimenting with alternate realities, e.g travelling through time Wells Time Machine or through space Stapledon s Star Maker More interestingly, it introduced the possibility of parallel worlds utopias Huxley s Brave New World is a utopia cum grano salis , dystopias Orwell s 1984, Atwood s Handmaid s Tale , uchronias Philip K Dick s Man in the High Castle , fantasy worlds or, if you will, alternate Middle Ages Tolkien s Lor...

  13. Wendy Darling says:

    Hello friends We re reading THE GOLDEN COMPASS together throughout the next few weeks as part of our goal to readclassic YA MG books this year Please join us if you can Discussion on blog February 28th Hashtag tmgreadalong if you d like to discuss as you read on Twitter.More details on the blog review Wildly imaginative and thrilling, this complex and be Hello friends We re reading THE GOLDEN COMPASS together throughout the next few weeks as part of our goal to readclassic YA MG books this year Please join us if you can Discussion on blog February 28th Hashtag tmgreadalong if you d like to discuss as you read on Twitter.More details on the blog review Wildly imaginative and thrilling, this complex and beautiful story follows brave, fierce Lyra Belacqua in her quest to save her childhood friend The book is filled with dazzling adventure and marvelous inventiveness, as well as many scenes that will fill readers with utter horror and pity There are witch...

  14. Charlotte May says:

    Read when I was younger about 8 years ago I reckon didn t really think much of it and only made it half way through book 2 Reckon I would like to try it again if that day ever arrives.

  15. unknown says:

    I really liked this book I think it is easily among the best of the crop of Potter era YA lit even though it actually came out first.The movie was just ok I thought the lead kid did a good job playing Lyra, and Nicole Kidman made a very menacing Ann Coulter But my very favorites were Daniel Craig as the zealot Lord Asriel and Eva Green as badass witch Serafina Pekkala Serafina Pekkala is one of my favorite witches in literature she s grounded in her connection to the earth, she s beautif I really liked this book I think it is easily among the best of the crop of Potter era YA lit even though it actually came out first.The movie was just ok I thought the lead kid did a good job playing Lyra, and Nicole Kidman made a very menacing Ann Coulter But my very favorites were Daniel Craig as the zealot Lord Asriel and Eva Green as badass witch Serafina Pekkala Serafina Pekkala is one of my favorite witches in literature she s grounded in her connection to the earth, she s beautiful, she doesn t have to hover over the cauldron all day to perform her magic, she s i...

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