The Other Wind

The Other Wind

Book - 2012
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The sorcerer Alder has the power of mending, but it may have become the power of destruction: every night he dreams of the wall between the land of the living and the land of the dead, and the wall is being dismantled. If the wall is breached, the dead will invade Earthsea. Ged, once Archmage of Earthsea, sends Alder to King Lebannen. Now Alder and the king must join with a burned woman, a wizard of forbidden lore, and a being who is woman and dragon both, in an impossible quest to save Earthsea.
Publisher: New York : Houghton Mifflin, [2012]
Copyright Date: ©2001
ISBN: 9780547773728
0547773722
9780547722436
0547722435
9780547851419
0547851413
Characteristics: 266 pages ; 22 cm

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tocch101
Oct 07, 2012

A fitting end to a wonderful series where the world and characters are constantly changing. Vibrant, and full of what life is and means.

MinniGappieo Jul 03, 2012

The Other Wind is exactly what it needed to be ; an ending. The final book in the Earthsea series follows Tehanu, who has completely dropped her old name, and the king, Lebannen. The book starts with Alder who had been seeing the land that people went to when they died. He travel to try and save his sanity and meets a cast of characters we are already familiar with, if you have been following the series. We are introduced to one other new character, the princess of the Kargad lands (and Lebannen's future bride). The whole book felt like a conclusion and I have to say I appreciate the story Le Guin has created and will remember it for many years to come.

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amderdog
Apr 12, 2011

This is the final book in the Earthsea series.

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