Review Novel Golden Compass

Senin, 10 Oktober 2011

GOLDEN COMPAS

by Kay Woodward, Philip Pullman (Creator)

When Lyra sets out to rescue her friend Roger, she has no idea her adventure will lead all the way to the frozen North, where an epic struggle between good and evil will determine the fate of the world—and perhaps other worlds as well. This movie storybook is a full-color, easy-to-read adaptation of key scenes from the movie.

Saya: Kisah yang begitu panjang, bertubi-tubi, penuh khayalan, namun menyembunyikan sebuah kemuakan akan otoritas Gereja Katolik Roma yang sudah begitu besar dan berkuasa. Buku ini hanya bisa dibaca dalam “terang” dunia kekristenan yang makin hari makin tidak menyenangkan dengan doktrin-doktrin yang terkesan takhayulis.

Sylvia: Penasaran juga pengen baca kelanjutannya setelah mengikuti petualangan Lyra yang diceritakan dengan terburu-buru di buku berhalaman 48 lembar ini. Ya jelas lah, buku yang aslinya 399 halaman diringkas menjadi 48 halaman pasti terkesan buru-buru.

Ilustrasi yang diambil dari film dengan aktor dan artis pemerannya membuat asik baca buku ini. Gak pa-pa deh ceritanya singkat, sing penting kan dah tau lah inti ceritanya. Tinggal nyari filmnya deh di rental :D

Tapi suwer, jd agak penasaran baca lanjutannya: The subtle knife. Semoga cepet dibikin storybook 48 pages juga biar gak mesti baca yang 326 itu *ngarep*

Laila Dimyanti: Reading to the world of The Golden Compass is like reading through kaleidoscope. Beautiful, mesmerizing every reader.

Brooke Faulkner: Was very good for the open minded and made me want more i cant wait until the 2 movie is out!!!!!!!:)

Yetunde: I really love this story....its a good friction that leave you wishing you were in that world.

Allison Park: it's quite captivating,filled with breath taking characters and intriguing suspense....

Haylee: This is a really great book. It is the first novel of one of my favorite trilogies!!!

Alicia Perez: I am reading this for the book club. I actually couldn't find the correct book cover - it should just be "the Golden Compass" plain and simple. This was the closest I could find...