Luke Tierney Tierney itibaren Beloye, Tverskaya oblast', Rusya, 171530
This was a quick little read. The setting is a few years after the events of the His Dark Materials trilogy. It's a one-off adventure, maybe 60 pages long. The story is not overly intriguing on its own. It's in the same writing style as the other books, though, and it features Lyra and Pan, which I enjoyed. My favorite thing about the book is the presentation. It's hardcover, but with the dimensions of a small paperback. I like the materials used; it feels old fashioned. There's cool woodblock artwork inside, along with a foldout map and a postcard and some brochures and things, in what I think of as an Alan Moore style. It's a nice diversion of about an hour or so if you find yourself bored at the library or in a bookstore, and you've read His Dark Materials.