Victoria Kastner Kastner de Zwischenbergen, Austria
Je l'ai trouvé un peu verbeux et je me suis retrouvé à parcourir certains des passages descriptifs les plus longs. J'ai toujours trouvé les séquences d'action géniales et le point culminant était net. Un bon livre final dans la mesure où la plupart des choses des 3 livres précédents ont été révélées et expliquées.
First of all, this book is awesome because Lirael is a librarian... of sorts. More like a page. Either way, I'm glad my profession is represented, even if the library in question is a terrifying evil place with monsters. This is a sequel, so let's assume for the sake of my argument that you've already read Sabriel. Lirael's kinda nothing like it. It's not a direct continuation of the plotline. It takes place years later, and Sabriel is all growed up, has a family, and is relegated to minor character status. This book is less action-packed. (Such is the life of a librarian.) The Disreputable Dog, Lirael's canine friend, is an amusing and intriguing character, a nice answer to that cat thing from the first book. Lirael's got some problems, mostly that she's not psychic like all her friends at Psychic University or whatever it's called. Because of this, her whining can get a touch tiresome, but if you made it through Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix , then you've got what it takes. Also, the ending was a touch predictable, but it's fine. I like to pretend it's not Nix's fault, but rather because I'm a super-genius. Anyway, highly recommended if you've read Sabriel.