Disk one is damaged and doesn't play.
Not as fabulous as A Wrinkle In Time. The book seemed abrupt and boring to me as an adult, although I loved it as a child. There are numerous themes in the story all jumbled about together: the naming of things and the “Xing” or un-naming of things – the importance of noticing the essence of life - the power of love over evil (loving our enemies and seeing some good in them) - Kything or speaking without babbling - Universal or Cosmic Teachers - and the unimportance of relative time and space but rather the importance of simply BEING. All good stuff, but perhaps the author could have focused on one of these themes and fleshed it out more thoroughly?
I love these stories, they are from my childhood -however... the author is not always the best person to read their story.
Calgovin thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over
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